Four lifelong friends have their lives forever changed after reading Fifty Shades of Grey in their monthly book club.
Six Californians start a club to discuss the works of Jane Austen. As they delve into Austen's literature, the club members find themselves dealing with life experiences that parallel the themes of the books they are reading.
Bunny (Angell Conwell) and Carlyle (Lyriq Bent) are roommates and have been best friends since college. Despite their undeniable attraction for one another, they have managed to keep their friendship platonic. Bunny's group of friends, including the very outspoken Rona (Elise Neal), plus Bunny's meddling mother (Jack̩e Harry), would love to see the best friends cross that line once and for all - and they use their Ladies Book Club meetings to try to spark a love connection.
When Kate joins a book club as a favor to her friend Hannah, what begins as a chore quickly turns into recess when Kate recommends a lesbian novel to the group of unassuming straight socialites.
A book club has a meeting.
BOOK CLUB takes viewers on an emotional and personal journey through the lives of eight American women, bonded by a book club formed 70 years ago. At a time when social standards prohibited married women from continuing their careers, a group of women decided to use their book club to keep up with what was going on in the world. What they didn't anticipate, were the poignant words of the authors uniting them not only for these monthly gatherings, but binding them together for the journey of a lifetime.
First Tuesday Book Club is an Australian television show that discusses books ostensibly in the style of a domestic book club. Hosted by journalist Jennifer Byrne, it uses the panel format made popular in The Glass House with two regular members–book reviewer Jason Steger and author/blogger Marieke Hardy – and two guest members. The show first aired on the ABC on 1 August 2006 and is scheduled as a monthly program.
Tuesday Night Book Club is a candid reality show that began airing June 13, 2006 on CBS, which delved into the lives of a group of upper-class women in the Phoenix suburb of Scottsdale. It was meant to play as a reality-based version of Desperate Housewives, and the network's response to Bravo's The Real Housewives of Orange County. The program was executive produced by Jay Blumenfield and Tony Marsh and produced by The Jay and Tony Show for Magic Molehill Productions, Inc. The program was set up so that the women of the 'club' were to meet for a discussion of one book a week. However, this was merely a plot device in order to bring the women together in a room, and the book of the week was discussed only sparingly as most of the women didn't even read the suggested title. The episodes instead chronicled the day-to-day drama encountered as the women attempted to raise their children, maintain their households, and satisfy their husbands and continue to maintain their social standings within the community. According to the network, the women would "discuss everything... from sex to spouses to inner-most conflicts" during these weekly 'book club' meetings.
Teenage Book Club was a primetime television series on the American Broadcasting Company which premiered on 27 August 1948. It was a discussion program about books for teenagers which aired Fridays at 8:00pm ET.