#Thursdaypremiere w. 43-44
Excitement, humor and drama in this week's Thursday premieres.
When Cami divorced her husband Craig, it affected her and her daughter Aster's relationship. But when Craig unexpectedly dies, Cami and Aster meet his widow and daughter. Soon several secrets comes up and it turns out to be a real challenge for all members of the new family in The rest of us.
The author Charles Condomine has been commissioned to turn his latest novel into a film. When he finds it hard to write, he hires the spiritualist Madame Arcadi to get inspiration in My better halves.
Navy officer Johnny Firpo is assigned to crush the league responsible for illegal gambling in Florida, following police failure. Johnny Firpo gets the brilliant idea to infiltrate the league and enlists the help of ex-player Charlie Firpo in the action-comedy Trinity: Gambling for High Stakes (Odds and Evens) from 1978.
Little foot is a mini-Bigfoot with a big heart. When his penguin friends Zoey and Flip tell about the villain Barclay Blunderboar's insidious plans that threaten all the magical creatures in the galaxy, he decides to take matters into his own hands. Together with his best friend, the polar bear Murray, he takes up the fight against the enemy in Little foot.
In the comedy Making babies, Eliza Coupe and Steve Howey play the involuntarily childless couple Katie and John. Having children was supposed to be easy, but it turned out to be more difficult than they thought. They now decide to try all methods available on the market to get their much longed for child.
In Alfred Hitchcock's 1937 film classic Young and Innocent, the actress Christine Clay (Pamela Carme) is found murdered on the beach by one of her boyfriends, the author Robert Tisdall (Derrick De Marney). When he runs to call the police, two witnesses believe he is the killer.