Brookside(1982 - 2003)
Brookside, based in a cul-de-sac in Liverpool, first appeared on November 1982 with the launch of the fourth British terrestrial channel, Channel 4. It differed from other soap operas because it was filmed in real houses in a real street, in an attempt by the producers to add to the show's realism....
Brooklyn South(1997 - 1998)
Brooklyn Bridge(1991 - 1993)
The Bronx Zoo(1987 - 1988)
Bronk(1975 - 1976)
Bronk was a short-lived CBS detective show that starred Jack Palance as Lt. Alex Bronkov, a widower with a wheelchair-bound daughter (the result of an auto accident that also killed his wife) who helps the mayor of a fictional California city fight corruption & crime.
Bronco(1956 - 1962)
Bronco was a Warner Bros. western originally broadcast on the ABC network from 1958 to 1962. The star was Ty Hardin who played Bronco Layne, an ex-Confederate soldier turned adventurer.
Broken Badges(1990 - 1991)
BROKEN BADGES follows the humorous escapades of Cajun cop Beau Jack Bowman and his unorthodox crime fighting unit, comprised of local police talent from the TARP section (Temporary Assignment of Restricted Personnel) who have exhibited stress or related psychological aberrations that have required t...
The Brittas Empire(1991 - 1997)
British sitcom starring Chris Barrie as a jobsworth Lesuire Centre Manager. Disaster strikes in every episode as Gordon Brittas' ruthless following of the company rules leads to death and destruction. Eventually Brittas is killed saving the life of a baby, only to be bizarrely brought back to life...
Britt Allcroft's Magic Adventures of Mumfie(1994 - 2002)
From the creator of Thomas the Tank Engine and Friends (Britt Allcroft) and the maker of Los Fruittis (D'oCon), this co produced animated show follows the adventures of a young elephant named Mumfie and his friends Scarecrow and Pinkey as they went on adventures and helped their friends.
Britpop Now(1994 - 1995)
Damon Albarn introduces a 1995 compilation of live studio performances from the 90s generation of British guitar-pop bands.