Porridge(1973 - 1977)
The first episode of Ronnie Barker's Comedy Playhouse-like Seven Of One introduced the northern shopkeeper Arkwright, who went on to become a firm TV favourite in Open All Hours. But the following week's edition, Prisoner And Escort, provided viewers with their first sight of the Londoner lag Norman...
The Porky Pig Show(1971 - 1982)
"The Porky Pig Show" packaged classic Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies cartoons many of them starring that famous stuttering pig, Porky. Most of the cartoons shown were produced in the 1930s and 1940s, though more than a few from the early-to-mid 1950s surfaced. First aired as a Saturday morning net...
Popular Mechanics for Kids(1997 - 2000)
Jay, Elisha, Tyler, and Vanessa are the hosts of this amazing television series that explains to children, about how technology in the world works and gives large amounts of information to learn from. Along the way, Charlie shows you how to build and perform different, exciting things. For the fourt...
Popular(1999 - 2001)
Two girls who despise each other due to being on opposite sides of the popularity scale are forced together upon learning of their singles parents impending nuptials.
Popples(1985 - 1987)
The Popples was a 30-minute cartoon based on a series of toys created by American Greeting Cards & Mattel. The show aired from 1985-87. These fuzzy, colorful and magical creatures could pull anything out of the pouches on their backs from a hammer to an elephant. They also flipped into their pouches...
Popeye and Son(1987 - 1988)
This show is the is the last segment of the Popeye series that feature Olive ,pappy ,wimpy ,Bluto,With New characters like Popeye's son and the others
Popeye the Sailor(1933 - 1958)
Thimble Theater was adapted into an animated cartoon series originally produced for Paramount Pictures by Fleischer Studios, run by brothers Max Fleischer (producer) and Dave Fleischer (director) in 1933. Popeye made his film debut in Popeye the Sailor, a 1933 Betty Boop cartoon (Betty only makes a...
Poltergeist: The Legacy(1996 - 1999)
Polka Dot Door(1971 - 1993)
Polka Dot Door was a children's television series produced and broadcast by TVOntario from 1971 until 1993. The music was played, written, and directed by Canadian pianist John Arpin. The show, which aired Monday to Friday, was set in a large playhouse. Each episode had two human hosts, always on...
Politically Incorrect(1993 - 2002)