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Code Name: Foxfire

Code Name: Foxfire logoThe President of the United States assigns his brother to assemble a covert team of female counter-intelligence operatives, reporting only to him. The leader is former CIA operative Liz "Foxfire" Towne, who just got out of prison after serving four years for a crime she didn't commit. Her operatives are reformed con artist and burglar Maggie Towne and streetwise driver Danny O'Toole, assisted by Phillips the butler.

Cold Feet (US)

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Come to Papa

Come to Papa logoPapa is an aspiring comedy writing who works as a reporter for a large newspaper in New Jersey.

Commando Cody

Commando Cody logoEarth is menaced by an evil alien "Ruler" who desires to add the Earth to his list of conquests. The Ruler uses a number of diabolical devices to carry out a series of attacks against the Earth. These devices generate floods and typhoons, spread germ warfare, block out the sun, generate additional suns, and pull the Earth and the moon out of their orbits. Scientist Commando Cody develops a "Cosmic Dust Blanket" to protect the Earth. However, the Ruler uses guided missiles to penetrate the shield. Cody, assisted by Joan Gilbert and Ted Richards, constructs an atomic-powered rocketship to travel into space and combat the Ruler and his evil henchmen and robots.

Committed

Committed logoCommitted is the latest comedy with an edge from creators/executive producers Eileen Heisler and DeAnn Heline (Roseanne, Murphy Brown and Ellen) that casts an off-kilter eye on the bizarre whirlwind courtship of two opposites who attract each other despite outrageous circumstances. Brilliant yet neurotic Nate (Josh Cooke, Century City) is a tightly wound ball of phobias until he accidentally unravels when he meets eccentric yet eternally upbeat Marni (Emmy Award winner Jennifer Finnigan, NBC's Crossing Jordan). As fearful Nate and fearless Marni awkwardly begin their mating dance -- amid the eclectic craziness of New York -- their relationship's yin and yang somehow match despite a closet-full of obstacles. In fact, free spirit Marni has a dying clown (Tom Poston, Newhart) quietly living...

Conviction

Conviction logo"Conviction", a new legal drama from Dick Wolf (˜Law & Order'-brand series), focuses on young assistant district attorneys in New York as they struggle with a demanding case load that challenges their lack of experience. Although this is not a spin-off of any "Law & Order" show, this show still takes place in that universe, proven by Stephanie March returning as ADA Bureau Chief Cabot from "Law & Order: SVU".

Cool McCool

Cool McCool logoCool McCool features the adventures of a hip, trenchcoated spy, who defeats villains despite being comically inept.

Crime & Punishment

Crime & Punishment logo"Crime & Punishment" (previously "Trial & Error") has been described as a cross between a drama and a documentary or "drama-mentary." The series will follow the professional and personal lives of five first-year assistant district attorneys in a medium-size city. Based on reports from real-life cases. This show is from Dick Wolf, creator and executive producer of NBC's powerhouse Law & Order franchise

Crime Story

Crime Story logoChicago police lieutenant Mike Torello (Dennis Farina) wages an epic battle against organized crime in Michael Mann's arresting combination of cops and robbers, prime time soap, and film noir. Like Eliot Ness and the Untouchables, Torello and his Major Crimes Unit (MCU) have a formidable opponent in Ray Luca (Anthony Dennison), a young, ambitious thug who'll do whatever it takes to claw his way to the top.

Crisis

Crisis logoWhen Washington's most powerful players are pulled into an international conspiracy, an unlikely puppeteer will bring everyone from CEOs to The President of the United States to their knees by threatening the things they hold most dear.
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