After the unexpected death of his survivalist father, an eleven year old boy raised in the Alabama wilderness must learn how to make a home in the modern world.
Henry Matthews is an exceptionally talented young R&B singer whose happy family life is disrupted when his father, a marine, is re-deployed to Afghanistan. Despite all the obstacles including losing the family home and being forced to move in with his grandfather who hates his music, Henry is inspired to enter a teen singing competition in the hopes of winning and escaping a world that is falling apart.
Ex-cop Burke Wyatt (Johnny Messner, "The O.C.") has one chance to get his life together, but this assignment might be his last. Wyatt is sent deep undercover into brutal Cainesville State Prison to investigate a string of bizarre prisoner murders. Once inside he discovers the truth: a fight ring in which the inmates are forced to fight to the death. With no way out, Wyatt must survive "the cage" or be sent six feet under.
Family-man David's success in business with partner-friend Chris Wells got him set up in a wonderful residence, but since his wife died in an accident his teenage daughter Emily, who wickedly wants to remain the mistress of the house, and her kid brother Ben mercilessly chased at least 20 nannies, pulling such stunts as planting a pet rat and sabotaging domestic appliances. However penniless Kate Hewitt, who is studying for a teacher degree and taking care of her terminally sick dad Jerry, takes it all with a smile and stays. Soon young Ben is won over by her maternal side and her successful homework coaching makes him and dad proud. David ac...