Title Recommendations based on Rayna Jaymes
At home and school, she's Miley Stewart, a typical teenager, but when the lights go down and the curtain goes up, she emerges as the glamorous and talented Hannah Montana. Keeping her identity under wraps leads Miley and her friends into some hilarious capers as she tries to balance her normal life with her rock star persona.
Each day, two kindhearted suburban stepbrothers on summer vacation embark on some grand new project, which annoys their controlling sister, Candace, who tries to bust them. Meanwhile, their pet platypus plots against evil Dr. Doofenshmirtz.
Veronica Mars is a high school detective with more moxie than Philip Marlowe. Behind the saucy storylines and hard-boiled atmosphere, Veronica Mars is essentially a coming-of-age story that is complex, smart, and not without plenty of humor.
Jessica Day is the "New Girl" living with three single guys in a converted warehouse apartment in Los Angeles. As a girly girl, Jess does her best to fit in with the football-watching, beer-drinking, masculine atmosphere of her new apartment.
Gilmore Girls is set in Stars Hollow, an idyllic New England town with one traffic light and ton of kooky characters. Lorelei Gilmore is a single mom raising Rory, the daughter she had when she was only 16. She doesn't follow any parenting instruction manuals; she raises Rory as only she could. That means Chinese food-fueled movie marathons and gabbing at the local coffee shop.
The William McKinley High School glee club competes on the show choir competition circuit with other glee clubs, but the competition inside their school is even more intense. It's a disparate group consisting of popular cheerleaders, outcasts, and divas. In order to win, they'll need to find a way to work as a team.
The Big Bang Theory makes nerds cool. In Pasadena, California, geniuses Sheldon, Leonard, and Howard play Dungeons and Dragons, watch Star Trek, and idolize superheroes—while figuring out how to deal with those with a lower IQ. But that's not easy as Sheldon admits: "I often forget other people have limitations. It's so sad."
Friends revolves around Manhattan 20-somethings: Rachel (socialite turned waitress), Monica (neurotic chef who loves her friends), Phoebe (singer, masseuse, and free spirit), Chandler (could he BE any funnier?), Joey (lover of women and sandwiches), and Ross (the butt of most of their jokes).