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    Eon Kid

    Eon Kid

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    The CW (ended 2008)
    An eleven-year-old boy named Marty fuses with the legendary Fist of Eon that has been lost for a century and soon finds himself caught up in all kinds of supernatural adventures. As he learns more about his family's mysterious past, he encounters an evil General and his minions who are are after Marty's newfound weapon, along with Ally, who is also a huge target, and the mysterious Gaff, the family guardian, who will help him to understand his new powers and aid him in surviving the great adventure into which he has been thrust. This show tends to follow a story arc-type format, having continuing series of episodes that are part of an overall plot. A total of 26 episodes have been created for the first season.moreless
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    The New Scooby-Doo Movies

    The New Scooby-Doo Movies

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    CBS (ended 1974)
    After the original run of Scooby-Doo Where Are You (1969-70), Hanna-Barbera continued the success of the great dane and his mystery-solving sidekicks Shaggy, Daphne, Fred, and Velma in their first spinoff series The New Scooby-Doo Movies which debuted about two years later on the CBS Saturday morning schedule. The formula remained the same as they investigated several mysteries, resulting in the capture and unmasking of a ghost or monster as a villain in disguise making efforts to carry out some nefarious plot. However, there were two significant differences. First, the episodes were double the length of the original series (about 45 minutes without commercials), and second, the gang was joined by a number of guest stars, from real life celebrities like Sonny and Cher, Jonathan Winters, and Jerry Reed, to fictional characters like the Addams Family, and even crossovers with characters from other H-B series, including Jeannie, Josie and the P u s s y cats, and Speed Buggy. The majority of episodes in this series had two titles. The official titles are the ones primarily listed here at TV.com. The secondary titles are usually seen as "Scooby-Doo Meets _____________", which will be listed in episode notes. But there were exceptions for those episodes in which certain stars appeared multiple times, as the episodes featuring the Three Stooges, Batman and Robin, Don Knotts, and the Harlem Globetrotters only had one title. Overall, this was a fun and entertaining series and it was pretty cool to see Scooby and the gang interact with favorite stars from the old era. From the real life celebrities, to superheroes, and even their fellow H-B stars, the Scooby gang was always bound to have a grand adventure working alongside guest stars traveling the country and solving mysteries. The New Scooby-Doo Movies is among several Hanna-Barbera series that air every now and then on Boomerang from Cartoon Network. Check your local listings.moreless
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    The Pirates of Dark Water

    The Pirates of Dark Water

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    ABC (ended 1993)
    When Ren, a young lighthouse keeper, rescues a stranger foundering in the rocks near his home, he learns the man was his father, the former king of Octopon. Ren is given a magic crystal Compass that guides him to the Thirteen Treasures of Rule. Unfortunately, the evil pirate captain Bloth is also aware of the Treasures and is relentless in pursuing Ren to get them. On his side, Ren soon acquires companions like Ioz the pirate, Tula the Ecomancer, and Niddler the fussy monkey-bird. His quest becomes all the more urgent when Ren learns that the Dark Water, a carnivorous black liquid that consumes anything it snares, threatens to envelop and destroy his world, and only the Treasures he seeks can stop it.moreless
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    Ben 10: Alien Force

    Ben 10: Alien Force

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    Cartoon Network (ended 2010)
    Ben 10: Alien Force is the sequel to the hit Cartoon Network series, Ben 10. The series takes place five years later after the original. Ben no longer wears the Omnitrix, and his cousin, Gwen, has honed her skills in magic. But when an alien invasion of the DNAliens strike Earth and Grandpa Max goes missing, Ben decides that it's hero time once again. He's not alone, as he is joined by Gwen, and even his old archenemy, Kevin Levin. Now it's time once again for Ben to begin his quest to find his grandfather and stop the invasion from the evil DNAliens. Our heroes will cruise around with Kevin and his car. The show will tackle some mature issues, although the target audience will be the same. Ben's allies seem to be a mixture of aliens and humans; so far the first confirmed is a Pyronite (Heatblast's alien species) kid. Alien Character Bios: Big Chill - Big Chill can drop temperature to the level of absolute zero, can fly, and become invisible. At anytime, he has the ability to pass through solid matter, giving him the ability to be almost invincible. Powers/Strengths: Invisibility, manipulation of cold temperature, flight. Weakness: He may have spectral abilities, although that does not mean he cannot be detected. Species: Necrofriggian Planet: Kylmyys Name Origin: "Big" as in 'large', and "Chill" as in 'cold/scary'. Debut Episode: "Kevin's Big Score" ---------------------- Chromastone - Chromastone is an alien made of the hardest known elements in the galaxy. He is nearly indestructible, and has the unique ability to absorb and redirect energy to his enemies. Powers/Strengths: Nearly indestructible, absorbs energy. Weakness: He is indestructible, yet anything he absorbs affects him in different ways. Species: Crystalsapien Planet: MorOtesi Name Origin: "Chroma" as in 'color', and "stone" as in rock/earth. Debut Episode: "All That Glitters" ---------------------- Echo Echo - With the ability to emit steel shattering sonic waves and duplicate, this alien does way more than what his little body can handle. Powers/Strengths: Can emit amplified sound waves, and duplicate himself. Weakness: Small, yet vulnerable. Debut Episode: "Ben 10 Returns Part 2" Species: Sonorosian Planet: Sonorosia Name Origin: "Echo + Echo" as in 'reflection of sound'. ---------------------- Goop - Can stretch his limbs, can regenerate, and shape shift. Powers/Strengths: Indefinite shape-shifting and regeneration. Weakness:Without the UFO following him, Goop is unable to "solidify." Debut Episode: The Gauntlet Name Origin: "Goop" as in slime/goo. ---------------------- Humongousaur - All alien muscle and brawl. As he increases, his strength increases. Powers/Strengths: Super-strength, super- Weakness: Even though he's big, he is still vulnerable. And his means clumsiness and slow-movement. Species: Vaxasaurian Planet: Terradino Name Origin: "Humongous" as in gigantic, and "saur" as in 'dinosaur'. Debut Episode: "Ben 10 Returns Part 2" ---------------------- Jetray - Flies and swims many times faster than sound. Pointy stinger with poison in it. Jetray can also make neuroshock blasts from his tail and eyes. Species: Aerophibian Planet: Aeropela Name Origin: "Jet" as in super-fast, and "ray" as in 'light-beams'. ---------------------- Spidermonkey - Super climbing. Can spin webs. He also has multi limbs and has super human agility. Species: Arachnichimp Planet: Arachnascimmia Name Origin: "Spider" as in 'spider', and "monkey" as in 'monkey'. ---------------------- Swampfire - Shoots fire, controls plants, regenerates. One of Ben's strongest aliens. Powers/Strengths: Fire, controls plants, roots, regenerates. Weaknesses: He may be part fire, but since he's more of a plant he can't stay in cold climates for a very long time. Species: Methanos Planet: Methanosian Debut Episode:Ben 10 Returns: Part One Name Origin: "Swamp" as in 'swamp/plant' and "fire" as in 'fire/flame'. ---------------------- Brainstorm - Super smart, if he concentrates hard, he can make electrical storms, shock enemy brains, and make force fields. Powers/Strengths: Super intelligence, Electrical storms, telekinesis, force fields. Debut Episode: Pier Pressure Name Origin: "Brainstorm" as in 'thinking/intelligent' and also 'stormy/lightning'. --------------------- Heroes: Ben Tennyson - Now 15, he is as adventurous as ever. But with Grandpa Max missing, he must become a responsible leader. The Omnitrix has re calibrated, allowing Ben to access a new set of alien heroes. However his omnitrix has a new weakness, any damage he takes on in alien form is passed down to his human form. Gwen Tennyson - Gwen has grown out of her tomboy phase and is now a confident teen. Her abilities have grown as well. Gwen can manipulate natural energy to create shields, tentacles and powerful blasts from her hands. Kevin Levin - Kevin is a streetwise bad boy and is a former nemesis of Ben. He can turn his body into any solid substance he touches. Secretly Kevin has a crush on Gwen. But he'd never admit to it. Grandpa Max - Max is a semi-retired member of an interplanetary police organization known as the plumbers. He mysteriously vanished after investigating a secret Highbreed plot. Villains: Highbreed - Highbreed believe that their DNA is the purist of all alien species, and seek to cleanse the galaxy of lower life forms. They traveled to Earth to exterminate humankind. Species: Atasian Planet: Augstaka DNAliens - DNAliens are part-human, part-alien drones who serve the Highbreed. Using special identity masks, DNAliens can appear human. That means they could be anywhere or anyone. The Forever Knights - Originally formed in the middle ages, the Forever Knights are a secret organization that trades in illegal alien technology. Unaware of the Highbreed's ultimate goal, they've formed an alliance with them. The series won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Sound Mixing - Live Action and Animation.moreless
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    Chicago P.D.

    Chicago P.D.

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    NBC (Returning September 24)
    The story of Windy City's Police Department in Chicago.
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    Tom and Jerry

    Tom and Jerry

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    CBS (ended 1980)
    Tom and Jerry was originally the very first, and earliest of the Hanna-Barbera Cartoons. It went through many phases and took place from anywhere from inside a house, to anywhere in outer space. The show was of course, about a cat and a mouse, and several other characters. The two never really talked, even though they do sing, yell, gasp, laugh, count, or say "Aha!!"; and that several other characters spoke more often. They would later end up in several TV series, and also in a few movies, however many would say that they didn't like the way the movies turned out. All of the episodes were distributed by MGM. Here's more info about the show in general: Pilot Episodes: The Pilot Episode was called "Puss Gets The Boot" and was also the first one with Mammy in it. Tom looked very different and was called Jasper. It was produced by Harman-Ising Productions. Fred Quimby: Fred Quimby was the Producer of Tom & Jerry for many years. He is also the Producer of Tex Avery's Cartoons. Tom's fur would eventually become blue. CinemaScope: These cartoons had more people in them. There were narrators, and many conversations between the adults. Lewis Marshall became an Animation Director, and Hanna-Barbera were the Producers. Rembrandt: Only seeing the older Tom & Jerry cartoons, and not having enough information on the show, Ted Pierce, Gene Deich, and William L. Snyder and the rest of the crew had trouble in producing their episodes of Tom & Jerry. Sib Tower 12 Incorporated: One of the last producers of Tom & Jerry, this version has the famous opening with the yellow background and the red letters (except for the 5 letters O and J) where Tom hisses and Jerry waves. The producer was Chuck Jones, and the cartoons look ahead of their time. There were several new characters, including a yellow bulldog, and Tom's Girlfriend, The Shark, Jerry's Dog, and several robots where Tom was a security operator at a cheese mine. Other people that worked on the show were Les Goldman, Maurice Noble, Michael Maltese, Tom Ray, Earl Jonas, Lewis Marshall, Eugene Poddany, Bill Lava, Dean Elliott, Carl Brandt, Mel Blanc, June Foray, Abe Levitow, Ben Washam, Don Foster, and Walter Bien. They would later do several Dr. Seuss cartoons along with Depatie-Freeling Entertainment, the Cricket seties, Duck Dodgers, and many other Award Winning shows. Filmation: Many years later, Filmation attempted to produce Tom & Jerry. It was a TV show called The Tom & Jerry Comedy Show. It seemed to look like all the Tom & Jerry cartoons in the 1950s and 1960s. They also aired and produced some other MGM cartoons, like the ones that are directed by Tex Avery. The episodes of The Tom & Jerry Comedy Show are mentioned here. TV: The New Tom and Jerry Show and The Tom and Jerry Kids Show: HB's TV versions. Neither lasted long, but several people still remember Them. They weren't that violent either. They were about the characters trying to solve everyday problems. Tom & Jerry Kids had other charachers as kids that were also produced by Fred Quimby, Including Tex Avery's Cartoon Characters. Now: Tom & Jerry was recently produced by AOL Time Warner and Turner Home Entertainment. They aren't the best cartoons. Tom and Jerry is currently airing on Cartoon Network! Check your local listings! Every episode of Tom & Jerry can be seen on Cartoon Network and Boomerang for one hour, and also The Sib Tower 12 Inc Cartoons can be seen with The Chuck Jones Show.moreless
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    WCW Monday Nitro

    WCW Monday Nitro

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    TNT (ended 2001)
    WCW Monday Nitro was the weekly show designed by Eric Bischoff to compete against Vince McMahon's WWF Monday Night Raw. The show began broadcasting on TNT in September, 1995. WCW Monday Nitro's ratings really exploded in 1997 when Goldberg, The Flock, and nWo were introduced. After a huge fall in the ratings, WCW Monday Nitro was cancelled by AOL/Time Warner in March of 2001 by Head of Programming Jamie Kellner, and parts of WCW were subsequently bought by Vincent K. McMahon's World Wrestling Federation Entertainment (World Wrestling Entertainment). Despite plans of a WWE Entertainment version of "WCW Monday Nitro" returning on a different channel, and possibly, on a different day, it never did. Did you Know ... That Nitro went on to lead in the ratings for an amazing 80+ weeks. That Lex Luger debuted on the first episode on WCW Monday Nitro. That the nWo storylines are argued by many as one of the best ever in professional wrestling history.Related Programs - WCW Pay-Per View - WCW Thunder - WCW Saturday Night - WCW WorldWide - WCW Main Event - WCW Clash Of The ChampionsBuy The DVD/VHS of the "WWF/WCW Monday Night Wars" courtesy of Amazon.com When the WWE bought out WCW, many of the WCW's wrestlers made a name for themselves on WWE programming. Here is a list containing links to the WWE.com profiles of the current WWE superstars that wrestled on WCW Monday Nitro. Big Show Bill DeMott Billy Kidman Booker T Chavo Guerrero Chris Benoit Chris Jericho Eddie Guerrero Eric Bischoff Eugene Mark Jindrak Rey Mysterio Ric Flair Shannon Moore The Hurricane William Regal The last WCW Champions WCW World Heavyweight Championship: Chris Jericho by defeating The Rock at WWF Vengenace on the 9th December 2001. With the Victory, the WCW World Title and the WWF Title were unified. WCW Television Championship: Hacksaw Jim Duggan found the title in a garbage bin and started defending it throughout the year of 2000, defeating people such as Robert Gibson. WCW United States Champion: Edge by defeating Test on RAW 12th November 2001. The title was then unified with the WWF Intercontinental Championship. WCW Cruiserweight Championship: Tajiri defeated Billy Kidman on RAW (22/10/2001), and the title unified with the WWF Light Heavyweight Championship, becoming the "WWF Cruiserweight Championship." WCW Hardcore Championship: Meng defeated Terry Funk on the 14th January 2001, and Meng turned up at the WWF Royal Rumble shortly after winning the title, it was vacated. WCW Tag Team Championship: The Dudley Boyz (Bubba Ray and D-Von Dudley) defeated the Hardy Boyz at WWF Surivior Series 2001, and the titles unified with the WWF Tag Team Championship.moreless
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    Kim Possible

    Kim Possible

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    Disney Channel (ended 2007)
    Disney's smash hit Kim Possible is focused on the everyday life of a high school teen. Kim Possible has to find a balance with everything school related, and battling super villains on a regular basis. Of course, all heroes need a wisecracking, clumsy partner. Kim is no exception. The comic relief of the heroic duo, Ron Stoppable, is always there for Kim, though his pet and second best friend Rufus, the naked mole rat, is always there to help out the duo when the going gets rough. The series won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Sound Mixing - Live Action and Animation.


    Character Guide:

    Kim Possible: High school cheerleader by day, crime fighter by. . . well, day as well. She still has to be home by curfew, after all. Kim has no secret identity, which makes her that much more of a hero in that people can relate to her and don't seem to make a big deal out of it, mostly at her insistence. Her fiery red hair is a symbol of her attitude that is best summed up by the phrase, "I can do anything." She is stubborn, strong-willed, and has a fuse shorter than a grenade with a three second delay. Despite all of this, however, she is extremely humble, refusing to take credit for her truly amazing actions.

    Ron Stoppable: Kim's best friend, partner, and in fourth season boyfriend. His nonconformist "never be normal" philosophy is applied to all facets of his life, and he has taught Kim a thing or two about peer pressure. He takes great pride in eating, and is the proud inventor of the Naco. Unlike Kim, who refuses to take credit for her actions, Ron is, as Kim puts it, "prone to big-headiness." While he's a bit of a glory hound, he always shares it with Kim (often to her chagrin) instead of soaking up the limelight. His unwavering devotion to Kim is simultaneously his greatest strength and his greatest weakness, for while it is the trait that makes her take notice of him, it also leads to her taking him for granted more often than not.

    Dr. Drakken: For a supergenius, Theodore "Drew" P. Lipsky aka Dr. Drakken is pretty stupid. He has the brains to come up with some great ideas, but he lacks the patience it takes to iron out all the kinks and get his inventions fully functional. If it wasn't for Shego, he would have been out of the villain game a long time ago.

    Shego: Essentially Kim's dark reflection. Both are smart, athletic, attractive, not to mention they both have green eyes. The only difference is that Shego has raven black hair as opposed to Kim's auburn locks, and the fact that she chooses to use her powers for evil rather than good. And boy, does she have powers. Her fiery personality is illustrated perfectly in her ability to encapsulate her hands in green plasma, as well as shoot these bursts of plasma at whomever she chooses. Shego takes great pride in sidelining Drakken's megalomaniacal ranting with the occasional snide remark and attempts to act as the voice of reason but fails utterly because Drakken is, well, insane. Why exactly she sticks around other than that is uncertain, but it may have to do with some feelings that may forever go unexplored.

    Wade: As Kim's gadget guy and operator of her website, Wade is an invaluable addition to Team Possible. Despite only being 13, he holds several PhDs and can type at over 300 words per minute. He is a genius at all things technical, and proves invaluable as a support operator. He would be world renowned if he ever left his room, but the fact that he has only left it once shows signs that Wade suffers from agorophobia, the fear of going out into public.

    Mr. Dr. Possible: As a rocket scientist, he's a living analogy for intelligence. He views women as equals with their own opinions rather than as underlings to be ordered around, and for this reason he is a great father to Kim and lets her live her own life, but he has letting go issues. He just can't handle the fact thas someday somebody will take away "his" Kimmie-cub, who will forever remain four to him. But with Kim now dating Ron, he'll have to let go sooner or later.

    Mrs. Dr. Possible: Top brain surgeon and mother to Kim, Mrs. Dr. Possible has yet another analogy attached to her name. She is essentially Kim all grown up. Smart, independent, attractive, and not afraid to have a little fun, the Possible matriarch is a little more lenient than her husband, but she still enforces the rules when they truly matter.

    Jim & Tim Possible: Kim's twin brothers or "Tweebs" as she calls them. They are super smart, but they use their intelligence more to annoy their sister than anything else. Despite the annoyance that they can be, twin supergeniuses can be quite useful on a mission.

    Bonnie: If Shego is Kim's dark reflection, then Bonnie is Kim's polar opposite. Her stuck up, pessimistic, OCD, holier-than-thou attitude makes her the typical cheerleader. She makes it her mission to make Kim's social life miserable, but ends up failing most of the time.

    Monique: Essentially a guidance counselor in the form of an African American teen. "Wise beyond her years" is the understatement of the century when it comes to Kim's best female friend. She has the uncanny ability to identify the source of and solution to other people's problems, which means she'll make an excellent therapist some day. Like Kim, Monique stands up for herself and refuses to let herself be controlled, earning a steady salary as a salesgirl at Club Banana. She is also an avid wrestling fan, which gives her and Ron something in common.moreless
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    Southland

    Southland

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    NBC (ended 2013)
    Southland has redefined the police drama genre with its raw, authentic look at the lives and work of Los Angeles detectives and beat cops. Shot on location in the streets and neighborhoods of Los Angeles, the series captures a realistic, natural environment where similar situations can and often do occur in real life. Created by Ann Biderman, executive producers are John Wells and Christopher Chulack. Southland is produced by John Wells Productions in association with Warner Bros. Television.

    Southland was a short midseason replacement series used by NBC to plug the hole at Thursday 10:00 pm left by the end of ER. While its viewership never matched ER’s heyday, the numbers were strong enough to give it a nod for a second 13-episode season that was announced by the network on May 1, 2009, three weeks before the end of the first season. Unfortunately, the show’s fortunes changed over the summer. The transition of the Tonight Show to Conan O’Brien’s hands left Jay Leno as a free agent. NBC President and CEO Jeff Zucker, determined not to lose Leno to a competing network, gave Leno a nightly variety show that would air Monday through Friday at 10:00 pm. This displaced a number of heavy-duty dramas like Law & Order: SVU and Southland which would be moved to 9:00 pm slots – before television’s safe harbor. On August 25, 2009, NBC announced they were pushing back the season two premiere from September 25, 2009, to October 23, 2009 (a Friday at 9:00 pm berth). NBC claimed the move was for the good of the show, taking it out of direct competition with the season premieres of Medium – newly moved to Fridays – and Dollhouse. On October 8, 2009, though, NBC cancelled the show. Press reports at the time said the network felt the show was too "dark and gritty." The decision also left the network with six filmed-but-unaired episodes of season two.

    John Wells and WB Television determined not to give up on the show. After NBC reduced its fees for the unaired episodes, they were free to shop it to other networks. TNT was rumored as the interested network by the end of October 2009, and on November 2, 2009, TNT made it official with a press release. It purchased the rights to the six-episode second season and the previously aired first season for a run in early 2010. A decision on a third season funded by TNT would be ratings dependent. TNT ultimately renewed Southland for three more seasons because of a very loyal fan base and critical acclaim. It announced the show's cancellation on May 10, 2013, three weeks after the fifth season finale.

    Seasons one through three of Southland starred Arija Bareikis as Officer Chickie Brown, Michael Cudlitz as Officer John Cooper, Jenny Gago as Det. Josie Ochoa, Shawn Hatosy as Det. Sammy Bryant, Regina King as Det. Lydia Adams, Michael McGrady as Det. Daniel "Sal" Salinger, Ben McKenzie as Officer Ben Sherman, and Tom Everett Scott as Det. Russell Clarke. Season four starred Michael Cudlitz as Officer John Cooper, Shawn Hatosy as Officer Sammy Bryant, Regina King as Det. Lydia Adams, and Ben McKenzie as Officer Ben Sherman, reflecting a reduced budget. In season five, C. Thomas Howell as Officer Billy "Dewey" Dudek was promoted to regular from recurring cast.


    Broadcast History:

    NBC
    Season 1 – Thursday at 10:00 pm

    TNT
    Seasons 2 - 4 – Tuesday at 10:00 pm
    Season 5 – Wednesday at 10:00 pm


    Awards:

    2013 Critics' Choice Award
    Won – Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series: Michael Cudlitz
    Nominated – Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series: Regina King

    2013 Prism Award
    Won – Performance in a Drama Episode: Michael Cudlitz
    Nominated – Drama Episode – Mental Health: "Legacy"

    2013 Peabody Award

    2012 Emmy Award
    Won – Outstanding Stunt Coordination: Peewee Piemonte

    2012 Critics' Choice Awards
    Won – Best Guest Performer in a Drama Series: Lucy Liu
    Nominated – Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series: Regina King

    2012 Prism Award
    Won – Drama Series Multi-episode Storyline – Substance Use: “The Winds” / “Failure Drill” / “Graduation Day”
    Nominated – Male Performance in a Drama Series Multi-episode Storyline: Michael Cudlitz
    Nominated – Male Performance in a Drama Series Multi-episode Storyline: Ben McKenzie

    2012 Screen Actors Guild Award
    Nominated – Outstanding Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Television Series

    2011 Emmy Award
    Nominated – Outstanding Stunt Coordination: Peewee Piemonte

    2011 Critics' Choice Award
    Nominated – Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series: Shawn Hatosy

    2011 Screen Actors Guild Award
    Nominated – Outstanding Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Television Seriesmoreless
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    Gotham

    Gotham

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    FOX
    Explores the origin stories of Commissioner James Gordon.  He is still a detective but he has yet to meet Batman and the villains who made Gotham City so famous.
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    Baywatch

    Baywatch

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    (ended 2001)
    Lifeguards (and beautiful ones at that) patrol the beaches in sunny Los Angeles, California.
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    Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated

    Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated

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    Cartoon Network (ended 2013)
    This edition of the Scooby-Doo franchise is based in the small town of Crystal Cove, a place with a long history of ghost sightings, demons, phantoms and other paranormal activity. What better place for Scooby and the gang to put down roots?moreless
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    In Plain Sight

    In Plain Sight

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    USA (ended 2012)
    In Plain Sight follows the story of a Federal Marshal with the Witness Protection program who must hide her high-risk, high-impact job from her family. To those that know her, Mary Shannon is a glorified meter maid, but her real job is much more dangerous. She must oversee federal witnesses who have been relocated through the Witness Protection program and make sure that they stay safe.

    The series stars Mary McCormack in the title role and Lesley Ann Warren as her mother, Jinx. (Working title - Mary Sunshine)

    In Plain Sight is produced by Universal Media Studios for USA Network.moreless
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    The Rifleman

    The Rifleman

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    ABC (ended 1963)
    In an unusual twist on the standard Western, widower Lucas McCain struggles to successfully homestead his ranch in North Fork, New Mexico while raising his son Mark. Unfortunately, the Marshall of North Fork has a difficult time handling the weekly "bad guys," and Lucas must repeatedly get out his Winchester Rifle to protect himself, his son, and his neighbors. The Residents of North Fork: Lucas McCain....................................Chuck Connors Mark McCain.......................................Johnny Crawford Marshal Micah Torrance...................Paul Fix Sweeney, the bartender....................Bill Quinn May Sweeney, the bartender's wife.Helen Beverly Charlie Willard, storekeeper............Russell Collins Hattie Denton (1958-1960)..............Hope Summers Miss Milly Scott (1960-1962)...........Joan Taylor Lou Mallory (1962-1963)..................Patricia Blair Eddie Holstead, The Hotel Clerk...John Harmon Nels Svenson, the blacksmith.......Joe Higgins Nels Svenson, the blacksmith.......John Dierkes Dr. Jay Burrage..................................Edgar Buchanan Dr. Jay Burrage..................................Jack Kruschner Dr. Jay Burrage..................................Ralph Moody Angus Evans, the gunsmith............Eddie Quinlan Ruth, a hotel waitress......................Amanda Ames John Hamilton, the banker..............Harlan Warde Miss Aggie Hamilton........................Sarah Selby Josh Moore, Hardware Store..........Charles Tannen Toomey, the undertaker...................Robert Foulk Freddy Toomey, undertaker's son..Robert Crawfordmoreless
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    Transformers

    Transformers

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    ABC Family (ended 1987)
    "Many millions of years ago, on the planet Cybertron, life existed, but not life as we know it today. Intelligent robots that could think and feel inhabited the cities. They were called Autobots and Decepticons. But the brutal Decepticons were driven by a single goal: Total Domination. They set out to destroy the peace loving Autobots and the war between the forces of good and evil raged across Cybertron, devastating all in its path and draining the planet's once rich resources of energy. The Autobots, on the verge of extinction, battled valiantly to survive..."moreless
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    Cheyenne

    Cheyenne

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    ABC (ended 1963)
    Cheyenne Bodie was a big man, a former army scout who went west after the American Civil War and drifted from job to job, here a cowboy, there a lawman, and always a larger-than-life hero.moreless
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    Kojak

    Kojak

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    CBS (ended 1990)
    An independent-minded police detective solves crimes on the streets of New York City. Lt. Theo Kojak is a bald, lollipop-sucking detective also known for his trademark catch-phrase, "Who Loves Ya, Baby?" His boss is Capt. Frank McNeil, with whom Kojak has a lot in common, who was later promoted to Chief of Detectives. His most trusted assistants are Det. Bobby Crocker and Det. Stavros.moreless
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    ReGenesis

    ReGenesis

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    The Movie Network (ended 2008)
    The future is here. Bioterrorism. Designer babies. Frankenfoods. Suddenly Humanity possesses the ability to play god. But is it progress -- or madness? Will cutting-edge science be our salvation? Or our demise?


    ReGenesis is a new, 13-part one-hour, dramatic series about NorBAC, an organization formed to investigate questionable advances in biotechnology.


    The Pandora's box of biotech is wide open. It's a modern gold rush, where billions will be made and geo-power will be staked. And everyone's involved: governments, multinational drug companies, rogue states, and terrorist. But ideas can't be put back in -- once they're out, they're out.


    Regenesistv.commoreless
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    Miami Vice

    Miami Vice

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    NBC (ended 1989)
    Miami Vice was one of the most innovative and powerful TV series of all time. Focusing on the Miami Metro-Dade Police "Vice" Department and it's continued battle against the illicit drug, prostitution, and firearms crime underworld of the city of Miami. It used fashion, color, and a varied musical selection in order to accentuate and amplify the emotional undercurrent of the drama it portrayed.moreless
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    21 Jump Street

    21 Jump Street

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    FOX (ended 1991)
    21 Jump Street is about a group of under-age looking cops who go undercover at high schools to catch young criminals before they become older, more dangerous criminals. In later seasons, the team went less and less undercover on high schools, and the plots focused more on the cops' personal lives. THEME SONG: The theme song was written by Liam Sternberg and sung by Holly Robinson - with backup vocals by Johnny Depp and Peter Deluise. The lyrics were: We never thought we'd find a place where we belong. Don't have to stand alone, we'll never let you fall. Don't need permission to decide what you believe. I said jump, down on Jump Street. I said jump, down on Jump Street. Your friends will be there when your back is to the wall. You'll find you'll need us cause there's no one else to call. When it was hopeless a decision is what you need. You'd better be ready to, be ready to jump. 21 Jump Street. FILMING LOCATION: The series was filmed on location throughout Vancouver, BC, Canada.moreless
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