Mega Man(1994 - 1995)
In the distant future, the robotic hero Megaman, Rush, Dr. Light and his sister, Roll thwart the Evil Dr. Wily's plans of taking over the world. Based on the action-packed Capcom video game series.
Megabeast Investigator Juspion(1985 - 1986)
Ejin, a space hermit has found a very disturbing prophecy in the galactic bible which statetd that when the Dark Universe god Satangorth awakens he will bring forth the end of the entire universe.Thus when Satangorth finally makes his appearance Ejin sends out Juspion along with Anli (android) and D...
Mega Babies(1999 - 2001)
This show is about three young babies named, Meg, Derrik and Buck, each having acquired super powers as a result of being struck by lightning. Along with their nurse, Lazlo, who was also struck by lightning, the babies try to thwart evil plots that come up within their town.
Meet the Press(1947 - Current)
Meet the Press is a weekly American television news/interview program that is broadcast on NBC. It is the longest-running program in American television history, though its current format bears little resemblance to the one it debuted with on November 6, 1947. Like similar shows that have followed i...
Meego(1997 - 1997)
"Bronson Pinchot returns to series television as Meego from planet Marmazon 4.0, an alien wise beyond his 9,000 years, whose spaceship crashes onto Earth. Meego is discovered by three children: Alex, Maggie and Trip Parker, who could use a little TLC and pass him off to their single dad, Dr. Edward...
Medical Detectives(1995 - 2000)
Medical Center(1969 - 1976)
Medical Center was a medical drama set in a metropolitan hospital & the stories about the doctors, nurses & patients & their experiences. James Daly starred as Dr. Paul Lochner, the hospital's chief of staff. Chad Everett was Dr. Joe Gannon, a colleague of Dr. Lochner. The series ran on CBS from 1...
medabots(1999 - 2000)
Medabots, known in Japan as Medarot (ã¡ãããã, Medarotto?), is a role-playing video game franchise developed by Natsume and published by Imagineer in Japan in 1997. The video game franchise was later adapted into a Japanese anime television series produced by Bee Train. Spanning 52 episodes,...
Meatballs and Spaghetti(1982 - 1983)
This show was about a struggling husband and wife rock duo and their stoner guitarist/freeloader friend trying to make the big time. The looks and characteristics of "Meatballs" and "Spaghetti" were loosely based on singers Meatloaf and Cher.
McMillan(1971 - 1977)
Rock Hudson plays Stewart McMillan Police Commissioner. Susan St. James plays his wife, Sally. This series was loosely based on the 1930's and 1940's "Thin Man Movies" which starred William Powell and Myrna Loy. The series also rotated on "The NBC Sunday Night Mystery Movies" with McCloud and Colum...