MTV's Say What Karaoke!(1998 - 2000)
Guests would sing karaoke along to songs in front of a live audience and were judged and eliminated. The finale of each show included spinning a wheel and sing whatever song the landed on. A pre-American Idol like show.
MTV's Celebrity Deathmatch(1998 - Current)
In this claymation series boxing and wrestling become one with no rules involved except one: A celebrity has to die. Or both celebrities fighting in a deathmatch could die, which did often happen. The show was very popular and thrived in the days of Tom Green and other MTV memorables. The show also...
MTV's The Blame Game(1998 - 2000)
Mrs. Pepper Pot(1983 - 1984)
The show is about an elder woman, who lives with her grumpy man in a house in a forrest. She has a teaspoon on her necklace and at the most inconvenient times, she shrinks to the size of the teaspoon. When she is small, she can talk to animals. Together with the little girl next door (who knows of...
Mrs. Munger's Class(1997 - 1998)
Mrs. Munger's Class was a series of shorts that aired in between shows on ABC's One Saturday Morning. It features Mrs. Munger and her 15 unusual students where they have adventures in their classrooms and field trips. The students and Mrs. Munger are in a yearbook setting. But the show got cancelled...
Mr Rogers neighborhood ending(1983 - 1983)
Here's a clip of the ending of Mr Rogers neighborhood aired in 1983
Mr Men(1974 - 1974)
Its an animated series for children there are several different mr men shows they are basically shapes and moods.
Mr. Wizard's World(1983 - 1990)
Don "Mr Wizard" Herbert brought science into all of our homes with his Nickelodeon show Mr. Wizard's World. The show aired from 1983 - 1990 and reruns were shown until 2000. This makes Mr. Wizard's World the longest running show in Nickelodeon's history.
Mr. Spim's Cartoon Theatre(1993 - 1996)
Cartoon network series that aired movies and half hour tv specials!
Mr. Show(1995 - 1998)
A sketch-comedy show hosted by David Cross and Bob Odenkirk which combined live acting with recroded clips into an even flow of non-stop halarity. Every episode followed a theme.