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Fox's Peter Pan and the Pirates(1990 - 1992)
This re-imagined look of the exploits of Peter Pan, Wendy and the Lost Boys against the forces of Captain Hook took on a larger scale which included more villains and new characters.
Foster's Home For Imaginary Friends(2004 - 2009)
Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends is an American animated television series created and produced at Cartoon Network Studios by animator Craig McCracken, creator of The Powerpuff Girls. It first premiered on Cartoon Network on August 13, 2004, as a 90-minute television movie, which led to a series...
For Your Love(1998 - 2002)
For Your Home(1996 - Current)
Fort Boyard(1990 - Current)
This is a French game show that has been remade all over the world. The English version is no longer filmed. Filmed at the real Fort Boyard in France, contestants compete in various challenges for prize money.
Forever Knight(1992 - 1996)
Nick Knight is an 800 year old vampire currently residing in Toronto, Canada. After centuries of merciless evil, he has turned over a new leaf and become a homicide detective in an attempt to repent for his past sins and regain his humanity. But fighting crime while keeping his curse a secret isn't...
Force Five(1980 - 1981)
Force Five was a syndicated anime block during the early 1980s. It was produced by Jim Terry and his company Jim Terry Productions, and consisted of four imported Japanese giant robot heroes and 1 group of intergalactic space knights (originally produced in the mid-1970s by Toei Doga Animation) in...
Foofur(1986 - 1988)
A Hanna Barbera cartoon about a spunky blue hound and his dog friends. It ran for 2 seasons on NBC.
The Fonz and the Happy Days Gang(1980 - 1981)
A young (purple) woman arrives in 1957 with her time machine and befriends the Fonz and the "Happy Days" gang. They join her in her time machine and have time traveling adventures on Earth and in Space.
Foley Square(1985 - 1986)
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