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House Calls(1979 - 1982)
A British born hospital administrator(Lynn Redgrave)finds herself falling in love with one of the unruly doctors(Wayne Rogers) under her charge.
House(2004 - 2012)
Dr. Gregory House, a drug-addicted and misanthropic doctor leads a team of diagnosticians at the Princeton Plainsboro Teaching Hospital. Despite the fact that he is a medical genius, his assumptions are often disagreed upon by his colleagues.
Hour of Power(1970 - Current)
This American weekly christian television program was founded and first hosted by Robert H. Schuller from 1970 to 2013. His Elder son, Robert A. Schuller hosted the program from 2006 to 2008. Bobby Schuller has been the host since 2013.
Hour Magazine(1980 - 1989)
A syndicated program that featured lifestyle, home decor, how-to and others. Produced by Group W and hosted by Gary Collins before he was from ABC's The Home Show fame.
Hot Shots(1986 - 1986)
Hot Line(1995 - 1996)
Hot L Baltimore(1975 - 1975)
Hot L Baltimore was a controversial show created by Norman Lear. It's about a hotel that lost the E in hotel. The show was about the lives and loves of its characters. The love between the desk clerk and April the hooker seemed to always take center stage. The show was based off of Lanford Wilson...
Hot Fudge(1976 - 1980)
(also known as The Hot Fudge Show) is an American children's television series that was produced in Detroit by WXYZ-TV (owned and operated at the time by ABC) and distributed by the Lexington Broadcast Services Company.[1] Originally airing only in Detroit beginning in 1974, the show grew in popular...
Hotel(1983 - 1988)
For five years, audiences checked into a cushy drama set of San Francisco's ritzy St. Gregory, where visitors found considerably more than a free bar of soap. They encountered romance, glamour, and excitement in this Aaron Spelling series based on Arthur Hailey's novel (which was first a 1967 movie...
Hotch Potch House(1996 - 2002)
a 1996 BBC television series aimed at preschool children. It starred Richard Coombs as Raggs, Francis Wright (Art Attack) as Shelley and Rebecca Nagan (Rosie and Jim) as Woolie. It was directed by Vivienne Cozens and shot at Grip House Studios. The stated aim was to "have the puppets teach children...
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