The Tortellis(1987 - 1987)
The Torkelsons(1991 - 1992)
It starred Connie Ray as Millicent Torkelson, who was a single mother with five children. The five children were Dorothy Jane, played by Olivia Burnette; Steven Floyd, played by Aaron Michael Metchik; Chuckie Lee, played by Lee Norris; Ruth Ann, played by Anna Slotky; and Mary Sue, played by Rachel...
Top of the Pops(1964 - 2006)
It's still number one, it's Top of the Pops!" First airing at 6.35pm, Wednesday 1st January 1964 on BBC ONE, broadcast live from a disused church in Manchester, Top of the Pops was only supposed to last a few episodes. Instead it exceeded all expectations, revolutionised music fans lives and sparked...
Top of the Heap(1991 - 1991)
'Top of the Heap' was Fox's extremely short-lived spin-off of the network's firmly established sitcom 'Married with Children'. The show was created by 'Married' creator Ron Leavitt and 'Married' Producer Arther Silver. The show starred Joseph Bologna as Charlie Verducci and future 'Friends' star M...
Top Cops(1990 - 1993)
Top Cat(1961 - 1962)
Set in the Alleys of New York, "Top Cat" tells the story of a gang of low-life cats with their charismatic Leader, Top Cat. With ability and mischief, Top Cat will always try to get rich gambling, to eat for free, or to play jokes on someone, but he is always being watched by Officer Dibble, who is...
too something(1995 - 1996)
Toonheads(1996 - 2003)
A show formily aired on Cartoon Network that told us about amazing and interesting facts about our past cartoons.
Toonami(1997 - Current)
Toonami debuted on March 17, 1997 to the United States Cartoon Network originally it aired weekdays from 4-6pm than in summer 1999 when the TOM era began it extended to 4-7 than in summer 2001 it was shortened to 5-7pm than in summer 2002 went back to it's old 4-7pm format and from there it's had he...
Too Close For Comfort(1980 - 1985)
Based on the British sitcom "Keep in the Family", Too Close For Comfort was set in San Francisco and starred Ted Knight and Jim J. Bullock. It ran on ABC from 1980-1983, then it was sold for syndication and was re-titled "The Ted Knight Show" where it continued to be a success until Ted's passing...