TV Shows

Sort By

American Journal(1993 - 1998)
American Idol(2002 - Current)
First created by Simon Fuller as an American version of the British show Pop Idol, the show soon expanded into a nationwide phenomenon. Each season, a group of individuals from each city audition in front of a panel of judges, originally Randy Jackson, Paula Abdul, and the very harsh and critical Si...
American Gothic(1995 - 1996)
The small southern town of Trinity has many dark secrets. Most of the townsfolk would prefer those secrets to stay buried as they have 'deals' with the sherriff Lucas Buck, who may or may not be the devil.
American Gladiators(1989 - 1996)
Two teams (one male, one female) compete in games of physical strength against the "Gladiators" - very athletic body builders who attempt to halt the contestants from scoring points in any of the competitions. In the first part of Season 1, there were only six Gladiators (Malibu, Zap, Nitro, Lace...
American Experience(1988 - Current)
Documentary series on PBS about the great American history. The program airs documentaries, many of which have won awards, about important or interesting events and people in American history. A trademark of the series is its ability to take lesser-known events in history, such as the history of Con...
American Dreamer(1990 - 1991)
American Dragon Jake Long(2005 - 2007)
Set in New York City, this animated series tells the story of thirteen-year-old Jake Long who must balance ordinary adolescent transformation with the amazing power and ability to change into the form of a dragon.
American Dad!(2005 - Current)
Created by Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane American Dad is about the life of conservative Republican CIA agent Stan Smith in the town of Langley Falls, Virginia. He is married to Francine, a ditzy woman trying to make up for her wild past life. His daughter Hayley is extremely liberal and is a co...
American Bandstand(1952 - 1989)
In 1952, an afternoon dance show began airing on television in the Philadelphia area. In 1956, Dick Clark became the host of that show, and on August 5, 1957, he brought American Bandstand to the national airwaves for the first time. The show aired weekday afternoons and went on to play over 65,000...
America 2Night(1978 - 1978)
Quote O' Matic
  • Joan Crawford: Ah, but nobody ever said life was fair, Tina. I'm bigger and I'm faster. I will always beat you.

    -Joan Crawford
  • Mommie Dearest