Street Hawk(1985 - 1985)
When Jessie Mach is crippled after an assault by an old enemy, his position as motorcycle cop seems finished. That was before a computer technician named Tuttle recruits him for a special government project. He is to be the test pilot for the Street Hawk, an advanced motorcycle that carried tremendo...
Street Frogs(1987 - 1987)
"Who can do Hip-hop better than a frog can...?" The show followed around a bunch of "Hip Hoppin'" frogs in their neighbourhood. The only way to describe it is "Battle Toads" meets "Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids".
Street Football(2006 - 2010)
As they endeavor to start a Street Football World Cup, Tag and his friends apply their passion for football to battle the hardships around them. This show airs internationally as in the United States, it is shown on Netflix.
Street Fighter Alpha(1996 - 1997)
Unmade film by Jim Danforth that happened to predate two films: STARGATE (1994) and JURASSIC PARK (1993). One of the greatest movies never made.
Street Fighter: the Animated Series(1995 - 1997)
Street Fighter: The Animated Series was featured on the USA Network's Cartoon Express and Action Extreme Team. Based mostly off of the Street Fighter movie and the fighting game Street Fighter II, the series follows the events after the movie. William F. Guile leads a team of international fighters...
Strawberry Shortcake(1980 - 1980)
The show might have only lasted 6 episodes, but Strawberry Shortcake's empire continues to this day. Strawberry was originally conceived by Hallmark in 1980 as a greeting card character. Soon the village of Strawberryland grew lots of friends including Raspberry Tart, Apple Dumpling, Blueberry Muffi...
Strange World(1999 - 2002)
Strange Luck(1995 - 1996)
A photographer- appropriately named Chance- suffers from strange luck and good and bad events occur to him on a daily basis. Starring D.B. Sweeney
Storytime(1992 - 1997)
A children's reading television series that aired on PBS during the 90s. The show was hosted by a puppet named Kino, and co-hosted by two women named Lucy and Mara. This educational series also featured celebrity guest stars that would read to children in the audience and to viewers at home.
The Story of Cinderella (Cinderella Monogatari)(1996 - 1996)
A 26-episode story of Cinderella. Produced by Tatsunoko Prod. (Japan) and Mondo TV (Italy).