After Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans handyman and blues singer-songwriter Gabe Recolte (Keb' Mo') was bereft. Left homeless and heartbroken, he had been forced to evacuate and relocate before he could tell club owner Hattie (Holness) how much he cares for her.
The team work to reunite a wedding dress with its rightful recipient, but find that they may have far more to do. Meanwhile, Rita and Norman’s wedding plans present new challenges.
A mix up on her first day of work sends Shane to the Dead Letter Office, where a group of quirky characters led by Oliver try to deliver the undeliverable. Though Shane wants out of this strange detail, she can't help but get caught up in the story of one misdirected letter mailed by a dying young woman to the man she was falling in love with. As circumstances around the letter get more complicated, Shane and the group break all the rules to see the letter delivered and justice done.
When the Postables discover an antique vase, they trace it back to three girls who attempted to sell it in to save their family farm. With the farm again facing hardship, the Postables must choose between doing what's legal and what's moral.
When Oliver O’Toole and his team of postal detectives confront a vintage disposable camera from the 1980s that was found in a mailbox, the undeveloped photographs contained therein set them off on a cross-state search for a seven-year-old boy who could be in tremendous danger.
With a duty to deliver every last letter before Christmas, the beloved quartet of post office detectives—Oliver, Shane, Rita and Norman—are working around the clock to redirect Santa’s mail just as Oliver runs into his former Sunday school teacher. When they receive an emotional last-minute plea not meant for Saint Nick, but instead written to God, they must delay their own travel plans to make sure one little girl doesn’t lose her Christmas joy—something Oliver and Shane are also struggling to find as they each face painful holiday memories. With a little guidance from a mysterious post office volunteer, Jordan, the Postables are more surprised than anyone to discover they've been a part of more than one miracle on this Christmas Eve.
A gang raid a bank, making off with a nice tidy sum and head off to a hideout in the mountains to take refuge (with a few women in tow to keep them company).
The POstables are on a mission to deliver a soldier's letter from Afghanistan to a teenager who's being relentlessly bullied, while Oliver's estranged father surprises him with news that shakes him to his core. Stars Eric Mabius, Kristin Booth, Crystal Lowe and Geoff Gustafson.
The Postables, Oliver, Shane, Rita and Norman, explore the mystery of true love as they deliver divorce papers to one couple the same day Oliver's missing wife reappears.
The Postables work against the clock decoding a letter to rescue a soldier in Afghanistan and reunite her with her family, while Rita competes for the national Miss Special Delivery title in Washington, D.C.
The beloved POstables discover a 200-year-old valentine that could change history, while their investigation of a damaged letter leads them to a public figure who could be brought down by its contents. And in the aftermath of Valentine’s Day, Oliver, Shane, Norman and Rita are each dealing with heartbreaking circumstances
One of Clint Clobber's tenants keeps a seal in his flat. After discovering the seal, Clint goes mad. He then tells his tenant he can't keep Alvin (the seal) because no animals are allowed. A man looking for a circus act visits the tenant, and is not highly impressed by the seal, until Clint chases Alvin. The man then wants to sign the seal and Clint as a "clown with seal" act. Alvin doesn't want to work with Clint and she moves to another flat with its owner. Clint is upset, because he thinks he could have been a "clown superstar".
Documentary filmmaker Christian Blackwood profiles controversial Filipino director Lino Brocka, detailing his rags-to-riches rise in the mainstream film industry of the Philippines. Primarily using interviews with the effusive director himself, Blackwood allows Brocka to describe, in his own terms, the common thematic threads tying together his work, from his own homosexuality to the political repression suffered by Filipinos at the hands of Ferdinand Marcos' dictatorial government.
Immediately after a Palestinian man signs an online petition, he is thrown into a panic-inducing spiral of self-doubt. Over the course of a conversation with an understanding friend, he analyzes, deconstructs and interprets the meaning of his choice to publicly support the cultural boycott of Israel.
Oliver's (Eric Mabius) Divine Delivery Theory is put to the test when he and the POstables (Kristin Booth, Geoff Gustafson and Crystal Lowe) seem to be unable to deliver a damaged letter from a military veteran that's a matter of life and death
Lead postal detective Oliver (Eric Mabius) and his associate Shane (Kristin Booth) have been doing a figurative dance with each other, swaying back and forth with the possibility of a relationship. Finally, on their first date at a romantic supper club, Shane begins wondering if it's a date or not, as she sees the contrast of their relationship next to the extraordinary dance performances of a couple who express the longing of her heart. As Norman (Geoff Gustafson) and Rita (Crystal Lowe) work alongside each other, their personal relationship hits a bump in the road.
Three music moguls search for new artists for their record labels. Unsigned hip-hop and R&B artists undergo auditions and workshops to hone their craft and determine if they really have what it takes to get signed to a deal.
A group of postal detectives work to solve the mysteries behind undeliverable letters and packages from the past, delivering them when they are needed most.