R&B’s original bad boy Mr. Bobby Brown returns to the television screen for another reality show with Bobby Brown: Every Little Step. After facing immense tragedy and adversity in the public eye, the Browns are ready to invite fans into their world as they embark on a new chapter of life in the 12-episode docuseries Bobby Brown: Every Little Step.
The other animated chipmunks you grew up with receive a live-action feature film in Chip ‘n Dale: Rescue Rangers from director Akiva Schaffer. Chip and Dale live amongst cartoons and humans in modern-day Los Angeles, but their lives are pretty different now. It has been decades since their successful television series was canceled, and Chip (voice of John Mulaney) has succumbed to a life of suburban domesticity as an insurance sales clerk.
Actor Brian Presley takes a trip to the Wild West for his directorial debut in Hostile Territory from Saban Films. Hostile Territory is a rousing western action-adventure inspired by a true story that tells the story of former P.O.W. Jack Calgrove moves to Heaven and Earth to be reunited with his children Lizzy (Emma Presley), Lilly (Ruby Presley), and Charlie (Jackson Presley) following the Civil War.
From Saban films, espionage, fisticuffs, and gunplay fill director Grant S. Johnson’s latest directorial effort, Agent Game. Harris (Dermot Mulroney), a CIA interrogator at an Agency black site, finds himself the target of a rendition operation after being scapegoated for an interrogation gone horribly wrong.
Filmmaker Craig Singer collaborates with writer Robert Dean Klein for the time loop horror flick 6:45 from Well Go Entertainment. A pulse-pounding psychological thriller about a dream vacation gone very, very bad 6:45 tells the story of Bobby Patterson (Michael Reed), who is taking one last romantic shot at saving his rocky relationship with his girlfriend, Jules Rables (Augie Duke).
Adrian Lyne returns to directing following a two-decade hiatus with Deep Water from Hulu. An adaptation of prominent mystery writer Patricia Highsmith’s 1957 same-titled novel, Deep Water, introduces us to the Van Allen’s, Vic (Ben Affleck), and Melinda (Ana de Armas), who appear to be the picture-perfect couple.