The Arsenio Hall Show(1989 - 2014)
The Arsenio Hall Show made its debut in 1989 and ended in 1994. It was later revived in 2013 but ended in 2014. This late night talk show was made to compete with the likes of The Tonight show and David Lettermen. Arsenio began his show with his trademark catchphrase "Let's get busy!"
Around the World With Willy Fog(1983 - 1988)
Willy Fog (a member of the London Reform Club) is challenged to prove his theory that it is possible to travel the world in eighty days. The origin coutry is actually Spain.
Around the World in Eighty Dreams(1992 - 1993)
This animated series was a French-American coproduction. Distributed by Saban Entertainment (now owned by Disney). The main character, Carlos, is living on a tropical island with some children.
Arnie(1970 - 1972)
A short lived sitcom starring Herschel Bernardi as a blue collar worker who suddenly gets promoted to an executive position.
The Army Show(1998 - 1998)
Armored Trooper Votoms(1983 - 1984)
The end of the 100 year war between the planets Bavalant and Melkia does not allow Melkian soldier Chirico Cuvie a moment of peace. His accidental involvement in a clandestine mission places him in danger, requiring him to escape and attempt to survive on what is left of his war-torn homeworld.
Armored Police Metal Jack(1991 - 1991)
Twenty years into the future, a city now called "Tokyo" has developed into one of the few world-class high-tech centers, "Tokyo City." The main character, Ken Kanzaki, is a young investigator assigned to the criminal investigation section of the Metropolital Police. He is one of the finest sharp sho...
Arli$$(1996 - 2002)
Ark II(1976 - 1976)
After Earth has been devastated by years of pollution and nuclear war, a group of scientists send out a team of young people as well as an intelligent chimpanzee to seek out the surviving pockets of human beings in order to help rebuild civilization. Also, as they meet these people they take time to...
Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader?(2007 - 2015)
Hosted by Jeff Foxworthy a single contestant must answer ten questions from between first and fifth grade textbook levels for a chance to win $1,000,000. Each contestant can get help from answering questions from a student classmate. If the contestant gets a question wrong or chooses to end the gam...