Mannix(1967 - 1975)
A private eye series starring Mike Connors and Gail Fisher created by Richard Levinson and William Link the "Columbo" creators. Season 1 featured Joseph Campanella as Mannix's boss at Intertect. Season 2 he became a private investigator. The series was produced by Paramount TV and ran on CBS from 19...
Solid Gold(1980 - 1989)
First appearing before music videos had become commonplace, this show featured the week's top hits in pop music. Guest performers would occasionally appear on the show to play their songs. But the show is most widely know for the infamous Solid Gold Dancers, a dozen or so dancers, in leotard-type ou...
You Don't Say(1963 - 1979)
You Don't Say! was original a local show in Los Angeles, airing on KTLA/channel 5 in 1962. It was so popular that it went national on NBC on April 1, 1969. The original show had two celebrity/civilian teams giving clues as to the identity of the fames of famous people or places. The clues were se...
Electra Woman and Dyna Girl(1976 - 1977)
This show is about two women, Laurie and Judy, who are newspaper reporters for the world famous Newsmaker Magazine who coincidentally also happen to be the super heroines Electra Woman & Dyna Girl. With the help of Crimescope, the two reporters can transform themselves from everyday reporters to the...
Search(1972 - 1973)
A high-tech detective working with a team of scientists monitoring his every move and providing information and advice. Search was futuristic, suspensful, well executed and clever. NBC picked up the movie/pilot, changed the name to Probe 3, then to Search, and aired 23 episodes, Wednesday at 10:00 P...
Name of the Game(1968 - 1971)
Name Of the Game was an "umbrella" series about 3 men connected to the magazine publishing business who dealt with various crises ranging from business rivals to organized crime. The show starred Gene Barry, Tony Franciosa & Robert Stack. It ran on NBC from 1968-1972 & was produced by Universal.
The Arsenio Hall Show(1989 - 2014)
The Arsenio Hall Show made its debut in 1989 and ended in 1994. It was later revived in 2013 but ended in 2014. This late night talk show was made to compete with the likes of The Tonight show and David Lettermen. Arsenio began his show with his trademark catchphrase "Let's get busy!"
Jupiter Moon(1990 - 1991)
William Smethurst is the creator and producer of TV series Jupiter Moon, a space opera set in the mid-21st century. Launched in 1990 by BSB, the show ran for 150 (30-minute) episodes. After the merger of BSB with Sky, Jupiter Moon was repeated on the Sci-Fi Channel in 1995.
Johnson and Friends(1991 - 1995)
Johnson and his friends, which include McDuff, a concertina, Diesel, a truck, Alfred, a hot water bottle, and Squeaky, a robot, are toys that belong to a boy named Michael, unseen except for asleep in his bed. They reside in his bedroom, and but do not move or show any signs of life until he has lef...
Early Edition(1996 - 2000)
His name is Gary Hobson. He gets tomorrow's newspaper today. He doesn't know how. He doesn't know why. All he knows is when the early edition hits his front door, he has twenty-four hours to set things right.