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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.
Working Girl(1990 - 1990)
Premiered: April 16, 1990, on NBC A former secretary adjusts to life as a newly promoted junior marketing executive in a sitcom that failed to cash in on the 1988 hit movie that starred Melanie Griffith and Harrison Ford. The show's chief asset is a pre-stardom Sandra Bullock giving it her all....
WordWorld(2007 - 2011)
Preschool show about animals shaped like the words they represent
Wordplay(1986 - 1987)
Host Tom Kennedy and the Announcer Charlie O'Donnell.
Wordgirl(2007 - 2015)
The adventures of of a highly intellegent superhero & her monkey sidekick, Captain Huggyface.
Woofy(2004 - 2005)
In a household where no pets are allowed, a dog, in cahoots with his little boy master, passes himself off as a stuffed animal. Formerly a stray, Woofy and Antoine have forged a special bond which has led to Antoine taking the dog home and claiming to have won a “stuffed animal” at school. From that...
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