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Blend S (2017 - Current)
A 12-episode anime television series adaptation by A-1 Pictures aired from October to December 2017.High school girl Maika Sakuranomiya has trouble finding a part-time job because of how scary she looks when smiling. However, she is scouted one day by an Italian man who is also the manager of Stile,...
Bless This House (UK) (1971 - 1976)
Series Produced by William G. Stewart .... producer (1 episode, 1971) ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Series Production Design by Lawrence Collett (unknown episodes, 1974) David Ferris (unknown episodes) Norman Garwood (unknown episodes...
Bless This House (US) (1995 - 1996)
Blind Date (1985 - 2003)
Blind Date was a British dating game show produced by ITV contractor London Weekend Television. Although unscreened pilots were made with comic Duncan Norvelle as presenter, it was eventually hosted by Cilla Black and ran from 1985 - 2003 and aired on Saturday nights. At its peak, it attracted 14 mi...
Blinky Bill (1992 - 1994)
This is an Australian Classic Show lets not forget that this show was from AUSTRALIA. Blinky is just adorable character we all adore and grew up with. There was a version of this show aired in America with a different theme song. "Yahoo, didgeridoo Blinky Bill and all his crew Nutsy, Flap, and...
Bliss (2002 - 2004)
Bliss was a Canadian adult series that focused on the sexual desires of women.
Blister (2003 - 2004)
Hosted by Bill Sindelar, the series was the very first to show on G4 and was among the more popular with fans. The series showed narrated trailers for action games through the character's point-of-view.
Blizzard Island (1987 - 1988)
a television show consisting of twelve episodes produced by CBC between 1987–1988.[1][2] These episodes were later edited together to form the 1990 movie The Argon Quest. History Edit The Canadian children's television program "Blizzard Island" was created by Terry Angus and Stoney Ripley from Nova...
Blockbusters (UK) (1983 - Current)
First letter first The UK version of this original American show consisted of twenty lettered hexagons. If a contestant nominated a particular space (say, W), host Bob Holness would read out a question in the format "What W is the most north-westerly state in mainland USA?" Master of ceremonies,...
Blockbusters (US) (1980 - 1987)
Bill Cullen hosted this game show to see if two heads really are better than one. For a solo player faces a family in a contest of connecting a chain a hexagons from one side of the board to the other, earning $500 for doing so. The first player/team to win two games wins $1,000 and the right to pla...
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