A naval officer reprimanded after Pearl Harbor is later promoted to rear admiral and gets a second chance to prove himself against the Japanese.
A gritty crime drama about the interconnecting lives of drug dealers, criminals, cops, a washed up actor, a sociopath and an innocent man and woman all on a deadly collision course with each other.
This entry in Gordon Forbes's documentary series examines the complicated and ever-changing definition of war and national security from the perspective of the Navy SEALs whose operations include everything from narcotics trafficking to terrorists. Forbes's four-part documentary explores the ultra-secret world of the country's most elite maritime commando unit demonstrating exactly what it takes to be a Navy SEAL.
When the new kid in town isn’t exactly cool, what’s a guy to do? Being nice is one thing, but letting him hang around with you . . . well, that’s another thing entirely. Can Dylan see past Elliot’s “nerdy” actions to his inner value? A critical choice and a powerful lesson await in this exciting tale of friendship and love.
It’s 1941 and the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor has destroyed America’s morale. The US President Franklin D. Roosevelt then decides to risk it all by bombing Tokyo and raise more hope for his citizens. After completing its mission, a unit of the US Air Force is forced to make an emergency landing in China. Its commander Jack Turner (Emilie Hirsch) barely survives but gets rescued by Ying (Crystal Liu), a local widow who will stop at nothing to hide him from the Japanese occupant.
In Harm's Way is a one-hour American reality television series on The CW that looked at the lives of people who do dangerous jobs. Each unscripted episode followed the individuals who risk their lives in life-threatening jobs, including war photographers, oil well cappers, the Alaskan Coast Guard, bicycle messengers in Boston and minesweepers. The show was hosted by a former US Navy fighter pilot, Hunter Ellis. The first episode was broadcast on October 5, 2008, at 7 pm Eastern time. The season averaged 0.69 million viewers and 0.2 of adults 18-49. It was cancelled after just five episodes, along with the other MRC-produced series, and was replaced by re-runs of Jericho, with three produced episodes unshown.