Aubrey Anderson, a 21-year-old former cheerleader, tries out for the LA Renegades. She falls in love with player, Wilson. Brooke — a “Renegade Girl” and Wilson’s ex-girlfriend — is found murdered, and police arrest Wilson. Police incriminate Wilson, Aubrey believes his innocence. Aubrey sets out to find the killer, investigating several suspects: the creepy janitor, the bitter coach, the jealous, competitive cheerleader.
Cynical reporter Charity (Amber Stevens West) gets the opportunity of a lifetime when her boss, Janet (Cheryl Ladd) assigns her to profile Erik Gallagher (Marco Grazzini), a handsome bachelor who organizes millions of dollars to help the less fortunate every Christmas. Erik claims his charity is all funded by Santa Claus, so Charity’s assignment is to discover where the money really comes from-something other reporters have failed to find out. Knowing this assignment could make or break her career, Charity is initially frustrated that Erik and his associates reveal hardly any information about his mysterious source of funding. But as Charity spends more time with Erik, she begins to appreciate his unwavering conviction that anything is possible if you just believe. With her article’s deadline approaching, Charity discovers the real source of Erik’s funding and must decide whether or not exposing the truth is worth ruining her newfound belief in the magic of Christmas and love for Erik.
A voyage to the frontier of artistic expression, Iconicity takes a road trip from the Coachella Valley to the dying Salton Sea in an intimate exploration of the powerful forces that drive our humanity.
Hannibal Buress returns with his first comedy special in four years, Miami Nights, premiering via YouTube live stream. The special comes three years after the Chicago native’s 2017 arrest by Miami police for alleged “disorderly conduct.” Buress uses this special to discuss his experience in Miami, alongside the backdrop of a national and international conversation around police brutality and the Black Lives Matter movement.
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