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The John Larroquette Show(1993 - 1996)
Short-lived television sitcom about a recovering alcoholic who becomes the manager of a bus station in St. Louis, Missouri.
Joey(1975 - 1975)
This musical/variety show was seen sunday nights on CBS TV during the summer of 1975. Actress/singer and dancer:Joey Heatherton and her father..entertainer/ radio & tv broadcaster and NYC's first children's tv wraparound host/performer :Ray Heatherton("The Merry Mailman")would per...
Joe Forrester(1975 - 1976)
DRAMA
Joe Bash(1986 - 1986)
A short lived dark comedy starring Peter Boyle as a cynical New York City cop.
Joanie Loves Chachi(1982 - 1983)
In this spin off of"Happy Days",Joanie Cunningham(Erin Moran)and Chachi Arcola(Scott Baio) move to Chicago to pursue music careers.The show was short lived,lasting only 17 espisodes.After cancellation,Moran and Baio returned to"Happy Days".Ellen Travolta and Al Molinaro co-starred.
The Jim Henson Hour(1989 - 1990)
Jim henson updated the muppet show in this hour long series. The Jim Henson Hour was modeled after the old Walt Disney Presents specials, in which every week Disney would show off the latest innovations and creations of his production company. At the beginning of each episode, Jim Henson would en...
The Jim Henson Hour(1989 - 1989)
Jim Henson presents two types of programs on one hour-long show. The first half hour is MuppeTelevision, which introduces new muppet characters; Digit, Bean Bunny, Ubu, Zondra, Leon, Lindy, and other new muppets to the more well-known muppets; Kermit the Frog, Miss Piggy, Fozzy Bear, Gonzo, and t...
Jim Henson's The Storyteller: Greek Myths(1990 - 1990)
A spin-off of "The Storyteller" featuring variations of Greek Myths.
Jim Henson's The Storyteller(1987 - 1988)
Classic stories from ancient lore told by The Storyteller. He and his dog sat by the fire recalling tales heard on his travels. The Storyteller was made by the creators of "The Labyrinth" and "Dark Crystal." It won the 1987 Emmy for Outstanding Children's Program.
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