This is the trailer for the movie version of Sex and the City (2008). It follows fashionista and writer Carrie Bradshaw, along with her three female best friends, as they deal with romance, dating and commitment in modern-day New York City. The film was a spin-off of a popular television show that ran on HBO from 1998-2004.
This Subaru car commercial depicts an animated Subaru driving through various neighborhoods and landscapes. Throughout the advertisement, written questions scroll on the bottom of the screen, asking big questions about the nature of life. "How do you see yourself?", "What do you see yourself doing?", "Where do you see yourself going?", "How will you get there?" At the end of the ad, we the car stops by a lake, and two men get out of the vehicle, walking together.
Teen Mom is a reality television show that first aired on MTV in 2009. It follows the lives of four teenage girls – who were originally featured on the show 16 and Pregnant – in the years following the birth of their children. The struggles of teen parenthood are portrayed by documenting their evolving and challenging relationships with family, the fathers of the children and other boys.
The Cosby Show was an NBC sitcom that ran from 1984-1992. Centering on the Huxtable family, it was praised for breaking traditional racial stereotypes, portraying African Americans who were educated and successful. In this clip, the Huxtables' daughter Vanessa is distraught because her friends at school think she is a rich girl.
Despite receiving modest ratings, HBO's The Wire (2002-2008) is considered one of the greatest TV dramas of all time, recognized for its realistic portrayal of urban life and deep exploration of sociopolitical themes. This scene from its first season shows low-level drug dealers D'Angelo, Poot, and Wallace having a conversation while waiting for drug buyers in the housing projects of inner-city Baltimore.