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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...
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...
Horseland(2006 - 2008)
Far away, in spectacular countryside, there's a fantastic place called Horseland - a complex of stables, arenas, barns, rolling green pastures, and riding trails through verdant mountain forests. A lot of kids board horses here. We follow the adventures of three girls and one boy, all 11-12 years ol...
Horrid Henry(2006 - 2015)
Horrid Henry is a British animated television series, based on the book series by Francesca Simon. It is produced by Novel Entertainment, Henry Four Limited (Season 4) and Nelvana Limited (Season 1), broadcast from 31 October 2006 on CITV in the United Kingdom. The animation style differs from the T...
Hope Island(1999 - 2000)
Hope and Gloria(1995 - 1996)
The adventures of Hope (Cynthia Stevenson) and her new best friend Gloria (Jessica Lundy). Hope is a producer on a local talk show anchored by Dennis Dupree (Alan Thicke, Growing Pains); Gloria is a hairdresser. Louis (Enrico Colantoni, Just Shoot Me) is the man whom Hope was married to -- twice.
Hope & Faith(2003 - 2006)
Hope Shanowski is a homemaker who lives with her husband Charlie and their three children. Her sister Faith Fairfield is forced to move in after her soap opera character is killed off of the show. The series is based on the life of Joanna Johnson.
The Hoop Life(1999 - 2000)
Hooperman(1987 - 1989)
Hong Kong Phooey(1974 - 1975)
Hong Kong Phooey #1 Super Guy! In the 1970’s a Kung Fu craze was sweeping the nation and Hong Kong Phooey was Hanna-Barbera’s contribution to it. Hong Kong Phooey was a mild-mannered janitor named Penrod Pooch that worked in a police station with sergeant Flint and Rosemary the telephone operator....
Quote O' Matic
  • Peter: Hey Lawrence, where you work do people say "It looks like someones got a case of the Mondays?"
    Lawrence: What? No. No man, you'd get shot!
  • Office Space