Wordplay(1986 - 1987)
Host Tom Kennedy and the Announcer Charlie O'Donnell.
Wordgirl(2007 - Current)
The adventures of of a highly intellegent superhero & her monkey sidekick, Captain Huggyface.
Woof!(1989 - 1996)
Woof! was a Children's ITV television series produced by Central Independent Television about the adventures of a boy who turns into a dog. It was based on the book by Allan Ahlberg. It was directed by David Cobham (Tarka the Otter). It was written by Richard Fegen and Andrew Norriss. The show wa...
The Woody Woodpecker Show(1988 - 1994)
This is a fun little series about this wacky, funny, little woodpecker named woody and he has all kinds of outrageous adventures with his friends and stuff!
The Woodwright's Shop(1979 - Current)
The Woodwright's Shop is a traditional woodworking show hosted by Roy Underhill on PBS. It is one of the longest running "how to" shows on PBS, with 28 13-episode seasons filmed. Since its debut in 1979 the show has aired over 360 episodes. Initially only broadcast on public TV in North Carolina, th...
The Wonder Years(1988 - 1993)
The Wonder Years was the story of Kevin Arnold and the trials and tribulations of adolescence while growing up in suburbia in the 1960's.
Wonder Woman (Korean )(1979 - 1980)
Korean cartoon starring wonder woman. They didn't get the ok dc comics!
Wonder Woman(1975 - 1979)
Wonder Woman, based on Charles Moulton's comicbook superheroine of the 1940s, developed gradually into a regular TV series. It was first seen in TV movies in March 1974 and November 1975, then in a series of specials called The New Orginial Wonder Woman beginning in March 1976. After popping up...
Wonder Showzen(2005 - 2006)
Wonder Showzen is an American sketch comedy television series that aired between 2005 and 2006 on MTV2. The show's format is that of educational PBS children's television shows such as Sesame Street and The Electric Company (e.g. use of stock footage, puppetry, and clips of children being interviewe...
The Wonderful World of Disney(1954 - Current)
While currently shown in the U.S. as a time slot for family films on the weekends ("The Magical World of Disney Junior", airing Friday-Sunday at 6pm EST), this program originally started as a prime-time feature, hosted by Walt Disney himself, that showcased original programming from the Disney Studi...