If you're looking for something to show in class then try the We are New York series. It's available online (free) and was developed for adult ESL classes. The site is complete with full length episodes, scripts (in several languages), lesson plans, and study guides. The site is a bit tricky to navigate so I'm including the links below.
On the other hand, if you're looking for additional practice at home I would recommend Modern Family. You'll have to view it for yourself to determine if it's too racy. It's a fun look at contemporary culture and the actors sometimes look into the camera and provide internal monologue to help viewers understand their actions. If that sounds too difficult, then try a reality show like Super Nanny or Dirty Jobs.
I usually prefer short film for my ESL students. I have used NY times learning network a lot.
This website have various films as well as lesson plans, which you can modify based on your students' proficiency level.
Thank you for these suggestions! I'd also like to suggest a website, for adults, called "LyricsTraining.com" Cloze exercises for tons of popular songs.... Lots of ads, but if you use an adblocker, it's not bad. You can print the cloze exercises too...AND modify them from easy to hard! (Only have to be careful to screen for appropriate (or inappropriate) content!!!)