Maude(1972 - 1978)
A spin-off series of "All in the Family" focusing on the life of Maude Findlay, a liberal women living in New York with her family.
Good Times(1974 - 1979)
The spin-off series to "Maude" features an African American family in Chicago.
Dragon Quest: Dai's Great Adventure(1989 - 1991)
An anime series loosely based on the game Dragon Warrior III. Its english dub by Saban was surprisingly good. It doesn't seem like a hackjob at all heck they even used nicely ochestrated versions of the game's music as well. Unfortunately they never gave Akira Toriyama credit which resulted in a alw...
City Hunter(1987 - 1988)
A mostly episodic series that is half comedy, half crime drama. It stars Ryo Saeba, the famous "City Hunter" in which is a renowned sweeper whom excels in his skills. An expert marksmen and skilled in hand-to-hand combat he accomplishes his jobs with great expertise. However there is one bit of a...
Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman(1993 - 1998)
Set in the late 1800s this show takes place when a woman from the east coast, where people are much more high matenice goes to the western frontier and learns about life. She is a female docter causing much controversie, her 1st client ends up dieing , leaving docter Quinn with three kids to raise.
The Tom Green Show(1993 - 2000)
This Canadian cult show, started on public access TV in Outtawa, Canada in the early 1990s. It was picked up by MTV and became a huge hit, than the show's star got a little too famous! (Freddie Got Fingered, anyone?)
New Monkees(1987 - 1988)
The "New Monkees" lived in a strange mansion with a mysterious butler and a sassy computer! Unlike the television show "The Monkees", which revolved around a central narrative plot, "New Monkees" television show was more of a variety show with music, short films and 'spoof' commercials. Although s...
The Goodies(1970 - 1982)
This long-running surreal British comedy was in many ways, more like The Monkees, than the more famous Monty Python. It followed the silly and absurd, cartoon-like adventures of a wacky trio called the Goodies, whose motto was to do "Anything, Anytime, Anywhere" and they tried to do just that, (but...
The Gong Show(1975 - 1980)
Average people who had a stupid stunt or hidden talent, they wanted to show off, could go on this show, if the celebrity panel (usually B and C-listers like Jaye P. Morgan, Jamie Farr, and Rip Taylor)like their act they would be given points (the one with the highest points won a small cash prize),...
Monty Python's Flying Circus(1969 - 1974)
The show that made John Cleese, Graham Chapman, Eric Idle, Terry Jones, Micheal Palin, and Terry Gilliam famous! The irreverent Monty Python comedy troupe present a series of skits which are often surreal, baudy, uncompromising, tasteless, but inevitably hilarious. Between sketches is often comedic...