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The New Treasure Hunt(1973 - 1982)
"The New Treasure Hunt" was a revival of the classic 1950s Jan Murray-hosted game show, this time produced by Chuck Barris ("The Newlywed Game," "The Dating Game"). Hosted by Geoff Edwards, this show offered a lucky female contestant the opportunity to win valuable prizes contained within mystery bo...
Newton's Apple(1983 - 1998)
Newton's Apple was a PBS science show. Each episode included a few segments on various science related topics. In-studio demonstrations with guests, field reports, and spotlights on wildlife were used. Some common segments are: "On the Spot", "Newton's Lemons", and "Science Try-its". "Science of...
The New Three Stooges(1965 - 1966)
A series containing live action and animated shorts featuring The Three Stooges. Each episode began and concluded with a live action segment featuring the trio and 4 animated shorts between them (with Moe Howard, Larry Fine and Curly-Joe DeRita reprising their classic roles). 156 cartoons and 4...
NewsRadio(1995 - 1999)
NewsRadio" is a sitcom that explores office politics, relationships, and crises through a group of co-workers at WNYX NewsRadio, New York's #2 newsradio station. Dave Foley stars as the haggled news director, Phil Hartman and Khandi Alexander portray sniping anchor people, Maura Tierney is the ambit...
The New Soupy Sales Show(1979 - 1980)
This is a nationally synidcated version of "The Soupy Sales Show" ..which was taped in color and had Soupy and his puppet pals: "White Fang","Black Tooth","Pookie The Lion" and "Hippie The Hippo"performing comedy dialogue,skits and banter with guest stars. The series also featured performanc...
The New Smurfs(1984 - 1990)
From Hanna-Barbera Productions. This is a sequel to The Smurfs, which aired from 1981 to 1990. The new Smurf series has been broadcasted in TechniColor.
The New Show(1984 - 1984)
The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer(1995 - 2009)
The nightly news show on PBS. After the resignation of co-anchor Robert MacNeil in 1995, the show was re-named The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer. The series featured extra-length interviews with people that the other network's shows did not feature. After Lehrer retired in 2009 the show was renamed the P...
The New Shmoo(1979 - 1980)
Al Capp's Lil Abner Comics from the late 1940s about the lovable shape shifting white seal-looking Shmoo. In this series, he is accompanied by three teenagers: Mickey, the logical thinker and somewhat leader of the group; Nina, the beauty of the group; and Billy Joe, the big, soft-hearted yet gulla...
The New Sesame Street(2002 - Current)
"The New Sesame Street" was a sequel to the TV series Sesame Street. It was originally aired on PBS, the Public Broadcasting Service, and the Children's Television Workshop, now Sesame Workshop, which ran from 1972 to present. Sesame Street characters and the logos are trouble in the sign, and there...
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