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Set in a world where the animals control the planet and humans are the minority. Because of people's in ability to quench their thirst for oil and consumption of resources, we basically ruin the planet, and the planet fights back. And part of that is the quick evolution of many of the animals. Takes place in North America, where people are literally living in forts, and the animals are running free. It's not like dogs and cats are killing people, it's that the strong have survived. Lions and bears and animals like that have all evolved, and they're slowly eating away at the human population.
I.S 318 is an inner-city school where more than 65% of students are from homes with incomes below the federal poverty level. It also happens to have the winning-est junior high school chess team in the country.
"Bye Bye Birdie" centers on Conrad Birdie, an Elvis Presley-type rock 'n' roll star who is drafted into the Army, much to the horror of his broke agent, Albert Peterson. In an attempt to get some publicity to get rich and marry his sweetheart, Rose, Albert makes arrangements for Conrad to appear on "The Ed Sullivan Show," where he will give his last kiss as a civilian to a girl. The lucky recipient, Kim, is selected from Conrad's fan club, and the group sets out to Sweet Apple, Ohio, to meet her, much to the dismay of Kim's new boyfriend, Hugo. Relationships begin to unravel as Rose gets impatient with Albert, and the jealous Hugo knocks Conrad out cold during the televised kiss.
CIA assassin Mitch Rapp battles a Saudi billionaire bent on revenge, an ex–East German Stasi spy and a deadly husband-and-wife team of assassins. There’s a $20-million contract out on Mitch’s head, and to add injury to insult, he hurts his leg during a morning run. After a knee operation and an even more serious mishap, Mitch is out of the hospital and hot on the trail of the evildoers. Besides terrorists and assassins, Mitch has to battle the new national director of intelligence, a craven, hypocritical, inside-the-Beltway operator.
A suburban husband and father going through a midlife crisis discovers a mysterious man-cave in his basement. The fantasy world provides his version of the perfect life, which ultimately gets called into question.
A lonely, desperate woman in her late-'30s is hopelessly addicted to social media. She seeks revenge when the most popular girl from her high school de-friends her on Facebook.
Trained since birth to be nearly superhuman in every way, Doc Savage, or the Man of Bronze, uses his skills and powers to fight evil all over the world.
Scoff Kelly struggles as a C- student but then later trains as a Navy test pilot. His highly competitive nature drives both he and his identical twin brother, Mark, as they both become astronauts. Scott becomes a pioneering NASA astronaut by spending 340 days in space aboard the International Space Station. He retires in April 2016 with the record for the most days spent in space for an American with 382 days, which includes previous missions.
A society, which has figured out how to predict the future based on a method called psychohistory, sets up a foundation devoted to scientific research to protect itself and ensure its survival.