TGIF(1989 - 2005)
TGIF was a Friday night block of sitcoms on ABC. The block was designed by ABC as a family-friendly alternative to other channels. ABC was known for featuring family-friendly Friday night programming since the 1950s. When Jim Janicek became president of ABC, he envisioned a new programming block to...
The Tex Avery Show(1996 - 2002)
A showcase of shorts from one of animation's most influential directors.
Terrytoons Show(1969 - 1970)
classic cartoons with mighty mouse and others.
The Terrible Thunder Lizards(1993 - 2012)
The Terrible Thunder Lizards are Doc Tari, Bo Diddley Squat and Daze E. Kutter (otherwise known as Doc, Squat, and Kutter) who try to get rid of the pesky cavemen Bill and Scooter, and they often run afoul of their arch-enemies, the skeletal robed Thugasaurs. Aired on Fox Kids after Eek The Cat.
Terrahawks(1983 - 1986)
The show was a puppet type show as you would expect. There were the Terra Hawks who protect earth from the granny character, the leader of the good guys would say "expect the unexpected". Show had these grey balls which talked and bounced about on the good side and the bad side had cubes. In the cre...
Ten Speed & Brown Shoe(1982 - 1982)
Tenchi Muyo(1998 - 2000)
Yuri Amano .... Kiyone Takeshi Aono .... Katsuhito & Nobuyuki Masaki Petrea Burchard .... Ryoko, Soap Opera Actress (voice: English version) Jennifer Darling .... Ayeka (voice: English version) Debi Derryberry .... Ryo-Ohki, Reiko, Mitsuki, Mirei, Yura, Additional Voices (voice...
Tenacious D: The Greatest Band on Earth(1997 - 2000)
Tenacious D: The Greatest Band on Earth is a TV series that ran on HBO in 1997, 1999 and 2000. It featured the fictional accounts of the real band Tenacious D, which is composed of members Jack Black and Kyle Gass.
Television (US)(1988 - 1988)
Teletubbies(1997 - 2001)
Teletubbies is a show aimed at babies and toddlers, premiering in March 1997 in the United Kingdom and April 1998 in the United States. The show was a very different kind of kids show for its time. The series centers around the four titular Teletubbies, named for the television screens on their abdo...