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VH1 New Visions(1986 - 1993)
This show featured videos from genres like New Age and Smooth Jazz.
VH-1 Where Are They Now?(1999 - 2004)
This show was a program that served as a chance to catch up with retro talents from singers to actors and actresses.
Codename Kids Next Door(2002 - 2008)
Codename: Kids Next Door, also known as Kids Next Door or by its acronym KND, is an American animated television series created by Tom Warburton and produced by Curious Pictures in Santa Monica, California. The series debuted on Cartoon Network on December 6, 2002 and aired its final episode on Janu...
Kidsworld(1976 - 1986)
This was a show that featured kids doing news stories for kids. Interviews were often featured as well.
A League of Their Own(1993 - 1993)
On and off the field with members of the 1940s women's baseball team called the Rockford Peaches, playing while the men are fighting in World War II. Based on the hit 1992 movie; however only a handful of episodes aired.
Day By Day(1988 - 1989)
Douglas Sheehan,Linda Kelsey,Courtney Thorne Smith,and Julia Louis-Dreyfus,star in this short lived spinoff of"Family Ties".Brian Harper(Sheehan) was a stockbroker,and his wife Kate(Linda Kelsey) was a lawyer.After the birth of their second child,the couple leave their jobs,and open a daycare center...
The New Three Stooges(1965 - 1966)
A series containing live action and animated shorts featuring The Three Stooges. Each episode began and concluded with a live action segment featuring the trio and 4 animated shorts between them (with Moe Howard, Larry Fine and Curly-Joe DeRita reprising their classic roles). 156 cartoons and 4...
Hail to the Chief(1985 - 1985)
Few hailed this irreverent sitcom about the first female president of the United States. Julia Mansfield manages to run the country while getting little support from her unfaithful husband, Oliver, and an oddball cabinet. Among those who weren't amused by the series was its creator, Susan Harris (`S...
Hard Copy (1987 series)(1987 - 1987)
Hard Copy aired on CBS in 1987, premiering as the lead out program for the Super Bowl. This show is unrelated to the tabloid series that aired throughout the 1990s.
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