Chris O’Donnell

The Company (2007)

Rated NR

Inspired by the book by Robert Littell, this historical miniseries follows rookie CIA agent Jack McCauliffe as he trains under the watchful eye of mentor Harvey Torriti, aka the Sorcerer, during the Cold War. Meanwhile, fellow agent James Angleton, aka Mother, is driven to a near-breakdown by the hunt for a mole in the agency.

Grey’s Anatomy (2005-2006)

Rated TV-14

In ABC’s Golden Globe winner for Best Television Drama, the interns of Seattle Grace Hospital are at it again, trying to save lives while dealing with the drama in their own. Meredith is caught in a love triangle with Dr. “McDreamy” and his wife. Meanwhile, Cristina tests the waters with Dr. Burke. Alex, George and Izzie cross the boundaries as well.

Kit Kittredge:An American Girl (2008)

Rated G

With a star-studded cast that includes Julia Ormond and Stanley Tucci, this Depression-era drama inspired by the American Girl line of dolls follows aspiring young journalist Kit Kittredge, whose ingenuity and courage help save her family’s house. While Kit’s father is away looking for a job, the family savings are stolen during a series of robberies — and young Kit sets about finding the thief.

NCIS:Los Angeles (2009)

Rated NR

Going deep undercover to protect U.S. interests, the Los Angeles Office of Special Projects Division of NCIS is composed of a tight-knit group of agents who rely on high-tech gear and one another to take down threats to national security. Lara Macy leads a crack team that includes “G” Callen, who changes identities like other people change their underwear, and ex-Navy SEAL Sam Hanna in this CBS drama.

The Sisters (2005)

Rated R

Based on Anton Chekhov’s play “The Three Sisters,” this drama explores the nuances of family relations. At a birthday party, three maladjusted sisters, their brother and friends discuss their lives, maliciously chipping away at one another’s facades.

Synopsis by Netflix.

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