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Wow Wow Wubbzy(2006 - 2010)
Wow Wow Wubbzy! was a preschool children's show that aired on Nick Jr. It follows Wubbzy and his friends Widget, Walden, and Daizy in fun adventures. The series was created by Bob Boyle and lasted from 2006-2010 on Nick Jr.
Worzel Gummidge(1979 - 1982)
Based on the books by Barbara Euphon Todd, this series follows the adventures of a scarecrow who comes to life.
World Wide Wrestling(1975 - 2012)
This nationally syndicated pro wrestling series ran from 1975 to 2001. Launched by producer Jim Crockett Jr., the show was initially shot at the studios of WRAL-TV in Raleigh, North Carolina. It moved to WPCQ-TV studios in Charlotte, North Carolina in 1981. By 1983, the show began taping on the road...
World of Quest(2008 - 2009)
Quest is large, but Nestor's in charge in this pumped up odd couple comedy!
The World of Peter Rabbit and Friends(1992 - 1994)
The magic world of Peter Rabbit and friends is about a young naughty rabbit named Peter who ends up in trouble with Mr McGregor and ruining his garden. Also followed by other animals adventures too in their humanine world.
World Ninja War Jiraiya(1988 - 1989)
The only non-armored hero of this era of shows, this program features an actual ninja master from a historically known ninja clan preparing his son, daughter, and youngest child, along with a family relative and a police officer with ninja roots to combat the re-emergence of a centuries-old demon sa...
World's Wildest Police Videos(1997 - 2002)
World's Wildest Police Videos is a documentary series of police videos showing chases, robberies, riots, and subsequent arrests. Narrated by retired officer John Bunnell.
World's Wildest Police Videos(1998 - 2012)
World's Wildest Police Videos is a reality TV series that dealt with police videos from across the world. Video footage of car chases, subsequent arrests, robberies, riots and other crimes appeared on the show, hosted by John Bunnell.
Working Stiffs(1979 - 1979)
Michael Keaton and James Belushi work in their uncle's building as janitors. Slapstick silliness that helped launch both their careers, even though it lasted only 8 episodes.
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