In this action thriller set in post-Katrina New Orleans, business owner Jack Vermillion (Laurence Fishburne) is struggling to run a legitimate shipping company while bad guy Ernest Pike (Karl Urban) is struggling to get his family's illegal gun collection out of the country. When their paths collide, Jack realizes that exposing Pike might get him just the sway he needs to persuade law enforcement officials to treat his imprisoned son kindly.
Hamburg Transit was a German crime television series that first aired in 1970. It ran for 52 episodes over four series until 1974. It depicts the officers of the Hamburg CID. It was a successor to the show Polizeifunk ruft which ran between 1966 and 1970.
When a body is found on the bridge between Denmark and Sweden, right on the border, Danish inspector Martin Rohde and Swedish Saga Norén have to share jurisdiction and work together to find the killer.
Warriors in Transit is a 1992 Papua New Guinea theatrical television series, written and directed by William Takaku and Albert Toro. It consists in eight episodes, lasting twenty-five minutes each. It was the first ever "broadcast-length drama wholly conceived and produced by Papua New Guineans". Its production cost approximately €125,000. The series "depicts political duplicity and the disintegration of a family in the Port Moresby settlements". Its central characters are parents who attempt, unsuccessfully, to look after their sick child. Takaku has stated that the parents' characters represent the Papua New Guinean government, while the child represents the nation.
High School student Sayuri is falling in love with Yui, the daughter of her father's fiancee.
This docuseries chronicles the lives of four couples during trying times in their marriages. In each of these marriages, the wives have recently found out that their husbands have been keeping a secret for years about wanting to become a woman.