NEW Genre: Comedy Available: Wed 13 Oct Season: 1 Episode: 8 (first two eps from 13 Oct, then weekly) Runs: 25-30min TVSW says: Brassic-style capers
This comedy series – airing on Star on Disney+ – about four Native American teens growing up in rural Oklahoma received rave reviews when it was screened in the US earlier this year.
The eight-parter follows Elora, Bear, Cheese, and Willie Jack, who long to escape their dead-end lives and head for the excitement and sunshine of California. The only problem is, they don’t have the funds to get there – so they set about finding the money any way they can.
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Max accuses Daniel of sleeping with Summer
It’s Weatherfield High’s Ice Ball, but Max is in no mood to party as he continues to get the wrong idea about Daniel and Summer. First off, he sees Daniel holding Summer’s arm, unaware that the teacher is just steadying her as she suffers a dizzy spell. Then he sees Daniel slip an energy bar into her bag.
Body of evidence
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PICTURE PERFECT MURDER
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Can the return of Ben Stokes bring England glory as the action begins at the Gabba?
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Raise a cocktail as Miranda, Carrie and Charlotte reunite in a Sex and the City sequel
Back to the castle
I’m a Celebrity... returns to Gwrych Castle – and promises to be tougher than ever
It's CRUNCH time!
The heat is on as Paul Hollywood and Dame Prue Leith judge the Bake Off final
BOND'S Golden Girl
DUCHESS KATE STOLE THE RED CARPET IN A SHIMMERING GOWN BY DI’S FAVORITE DESIGNER.
CRAIG TOO CREAKY TO PLAY BOND!
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Discovering the Self: The Art of Removing and Creating Habits
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TESLA REPORTS STRONGERTHAN-EXPECTED Q3 SALES
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Principle Gallery presents the exhibition Disrupted Realism, curated by John Seed, featuring work by artists who are challenging and changing traditional realism.
Caring for Silverplate
Whether the design is Rococo, Aesthetic, or Art Deco, silverplate is collectible—and needs care.
The Boo Crew
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BLOWERS, MOWERS AND MORE: AMERICAN YARDS QUIETLY GO ELECTRIC
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How I Fell for Formula 1
Netflix got Americans like me to finally care about auto racing. The NFL might want to take notes.
Make Your Own Money!
NOT-SO-GREAT EXPECTATIONS! THEY MAY BE LOADED, BUT THESE CELEBS AREN’T GOING TO LEAVE THEIR KIDS A DIME.