Twitter @thetvking RSS Facebook Feedback


National Broadcasting Company

Chicago P.D.

Chicago P.D. logoDistrict 21 of the Chicago Police Department is made up of two distinctly different groups: The uniformed cops who patrol the beat and deal with street crimes, and the intelligence unit, the team that combats the city's major offenses, such as organized crime, drug trafficking and high-profile murders. Leading the intelligence team is Sgt. Hank Voight, a man not against skirting the law in the pursuit of justice. Demanding and tough, only those who can take the heat survive under Voight's command. Take Det. Antonio Dawson for example. Despite a troubled history with his boss, Dawson has ambitions of running the unit. If that means facing off against Voight every day, he’ll persevere. From the street cops with dreams of moving up to the elite crew who are already in, "life on the job" is ...

Chicago Sons

Chicago Sons logoUnsuccessful sitcom based on male-bonding in an increasingly feminized universe (yes, even in working-class Chicago) -- sort of My Two Brothers Behaving Badly. "Three blue-collar brothers in their twenties, born and raising in work-class Cicero, Illinois, attempt to co-exist peacefully when they find themselves living under the same roof once again. Harry Kulchak is a single, successful architect who lives in the ultimate bachelor pad, overlooking Wrigley Field in Chicago. He would lead the perfect life if not for his older brother Mike, who's been sleeping in the spare bedroom since his wife threw him out, and his younger brother Billy, a born hustler who dropped out of college to set up headquarters in Harry's living room. The brothers Kulchak find solace on the roof of the apartment b...

Chico And The Man

Chico And The Man logoChico and the Man debuted in 1974 on NBC. The setting was East Los Angeles in a small run down garage. The owner, Ed Brown, became partners in the business with a young Chicano, Chico Rodriguez. Major changes occured toward the end of the 3rd season when Freddie Prinze, who played Chico, committed suicide. The final three episodes of the third season where filmed explaining Chico had gone to Mexico for a visit. The following season, Chico was written out of the show as going into business with his father. A new "Chico" was introduced at the beginning of the fourth and final season in Raul Garcia, a young boy whom Ed calls Chico. Other characters include, Louie Wilson, the garbage man who dropped by the garage and Della Rogers who ran a food stand not far from the garage. <p ALIG...


CHiPS logoLighthearted look at the adventures of two Highway Patrol officers in Los Angeles. The main characters are Jon Baker and Frank Poncherello, two motorcycle officers always on the street to save lives.
Instantly watch from thousands of TV episodes & movies streaming from Netflix. Try Netflix for FREE!

Christmas In Rockefeller Center

Christmas In Rockefeller Center logoNBC Lights up the night with an incredible array of musical performances and the lighting of the world's most famous Christmas tree during the annual "Christmas in Rockefeller Center" telecast. The one hour specials include artists' powerful performances from beautifully decorated stages located beneath the iconic statue of Prometheus and in front of the majestic tree.


Chuck logoChuck is an "average computer-whiz-next-door" who receives an encoded e-mail from an old college friend now working in the CIA; the message embeds the only remaining copy of the world's greatest spy secrets into Chuck's brain.

Circus Boy

Circus Boy logoWelcome to the Circus Boy guide at TV Tome.

City Guys

City Guys logoWelcome to the City Guys guide at TV Tome.

Clash of the Choirs

Clash of the Choirs logoClash of the Choirs features five artists that each put together their own choir from their hometown. Each group will perform against each other to the voting public to see which choir will come out on top.

CNBC Originals

CNBC Originals logoHighlights of CNBC Original Productions including documentaries and special prime time series hosted by CNBC anchors and reporters.
This Week