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    Bramwell

    Bramwell

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    ITV (ended 1998)
    Bramwell is a drama series about a woman doctor in late-Victorian London, and her struggle to gain acceptance in a virtually all-male profession. It was the brainchild of Lucy Gannon (creator of Soldier Soldier and Peak Practice), together with Bramwell's producers, Harriet Davison and Tim Whitby.moreless
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    Inspector Alleyn Mysteries

    Inspector Alleyn Mysteries

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    BBC (ended 1994)
    Welcome to The Inspector Alleyn Mysteries guide at TV.com. This detective drama was based on the novels by Ngaio Marsh, a contemporary of Agatha Christie's. Her detective, Chief Inspector Roderick Alleyn, was an Old Etonian at Scotland Yard from the 1930s onwards. In the pilot, Simon Williams played Alleyn, but he wasn't available in 1993, so Patrick Malahide took over the role. After the first series the BBC ordered three more episodes, all broadcast as specials during 1994.moreless
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    Highlander: The Raven

    Highlander: The Raven

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    (ended 1999)
    In this spin-off of the popular syndicated series HIGHLANDER, 1200-year-old immortal thief Amanda becomes involved with Nick Wolfe, a detective who resigns from the force after his partner is murdered by crooked cops, and his superiors try to cover up the incident. Working as a freelance security expert, a private investigator and occasionally even a bodyguard, Nick teams up with Amanda to thwart a number of dastardly doings, most of them involving other Immortals.moreless
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    Prey

    Prey

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    ABC (ended 1998)
    Forty thousand years ago, the most advanced species on Earth was wiped out by a powerful new life form... Us. Now another new species has evolved-- stronger, smarter, and dedicated to our annihilation. Leading the fight against them is Dr. Sloan Parker, the bioanthropologist who uncovered their existence. Once again, it's survival of the fittest...and this time we are the Prey. A new, advanced species of humanoids is discovered and the humans must fight for their survival as the new species has more on their agenda than survial. They intend to dominate the planet and eliminate the humans.moreless
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    Return to Lonesome Dove

    Return to Lonesome Dove

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    CBS (Mini-Series 1993)
    This mini-series takes off where Lonesome Dove ended. Captain Woodrow F. Call (Jon Voight) decides to head back to his Montana ranch with a heard of wild horses. Call's unacknowledged son Newt Dobbs (Rick Schroder) has been left in charge of the ranch in his absence.moreless
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    Eerie, Indiana: The Other Dimension

    Eerie, Indiana: The Other Dimension

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    Global (ended 1998)
    It's the eeriest city on the planet, Eerie, Indiana where two teenagers, named Mitchell Taylor and Stanley Hope, are the only ones who actually encounter weird things occurring and they are the only ones who want to stop these strange happenings. The two children receive help from a bartender named Mr. Crawford if they are in trouble. The show is a sequel to the original series Eerie, Indiana. Unfortunately this show didn't pick up as expected and only ran for about four months. In the first episode we see the link between the original show and this sequel.moreless
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    Wish Me Luck

    Wish Me Luck

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    Acorn Media Group
    Wish Me Luck was a British television drama about the adventures of female secret agents during World War II who worked for a group code named 'The Outfit.' This group was based off of the real life Special Operations Executive group of WWII. It aired from 1987 to 1990 on the ITV Network, lasting three seasons. The show was created by Lavinia Warner and Jill Hyem and was made by London Weekend Television. It was filmed on location in France and England. It dealt with its character seriously, showing strong female characters who dealt with extreme conditions during wartime. The first season was directed by Gordon Flemying. The second and third seasons were directed by Bill Hays. The first two seasons revolved mainly around the missions of SOE agent Nancy Wake. Keeping with the realistic tone of the series, much of this character's dialogue was taken from the real Nancy Wake's autobiography 'The White Mouse.'moreless
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    Elvis

    Elvis

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    ABC (ended 1990)
    An interesting look at the early years of the king of rock and roll, Elvis Presley (Michael St. Gerard). St. Gerard lip-syncs to country singer Ronnie McDowell. Despite overwhelmingly good criticism, the series was cancelled due to poor ratings.moreless
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    Equal Justice

    Equal Justice

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    ABC (ended 1991)
    Welcome to the Equal Justice guide at TV.com.
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    The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones

    The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones

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    The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones is the ABC television series that shows the childhood of the legendary adventurer Indiana Jones. Originally airing as The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles, the show was executive produced by George Lucas, and starred Sean Patrick Flanery and Corey Carrier as the young versions of the title character. Indy's adventures were fun for viewers but also educational, with appearances from historical figures and many important events throughout history. The episodes usually begin with the elderly Indiana Jones (George Hall) in present day, telling stories of his adventures, leading to flashbacks of the 10 year old Indy (Carrier) and the teenage version (Flanery). Young Indiana came across figures like Leo Tolstoy, Howard Carter, and John Ford, traveling all over the world to places like Egypt, India, China and more. After three seasons the series came to an end, but four made-for-TV films were made to continue the series, and the original series were re-edited into 22 TV films in 1999, as The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones.moreless
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    The Big Easy

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    USA (ended 1997)
    Welcome to The Big Easy guide at TV.com Series created by Jacqueline Zambrano Season 1 theme written by Wardell Quezergue & Chief "Smiley" Ricks The Big Easy was a cop show with a drawl and a glint in the eye. Det. Remy McSwain, a smooth-talking ladies's man, tracked down criminals in the colorful alleyways of New Orleans. Always ready to bend the law to get things done - as was everyone else in the Crescent City, apparently - Remy met his match in uptight federal attorney Anne Osborne, who came to investigate a crime and decided to stay. Civil War buff, C. D. was both Remy's uncle and his boss on the police force. Darlene was his man-hungry co-worker. Smiley his jazzman friend and street informant, and Lightnin' the scheeming D.A., and Janine Rebbenack his protege in season two. Filmed on location in New Orleansmoreless
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    The Magician's House

    The Magician's House

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    BBC (ended 2000)
    Three courageous children and a sometimes wise, sometimes wrongheaded magician come together to stop the destruction by the magician's rebel apprentice-400 years in the past!
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    Middlemarch

    Middlemarch

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    BBC Two (ended 1994)
    Middlemarch, based on the novel by George Eliot, tells the story of English society on the verge of the Industrial Revolution. The 6-episode mini-series was produced by BBC.
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    The Final Cut

    The Final Cut

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    BBC
    The Final Cut is a 1995 BBC television serial, the third and final part of the House of Cards trilogy. Directed by Mike Vardy, the serial, based on Michael Dobbs's 1995 novel of the same name, was adapted for television by Andrew Davies. It details the conclusion of Francis Urquhart's reign as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.moreless
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    Ballykissangel

    Ballykissangel

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    BBC (ended 2001)
    This is one of the best British primetime shows ever seen on British television. The story follows people living in a village called Ballykissangel. Their hopes, fears, romances, mysteries, but mostly very calm stories without criminal acts and something similar are followed by million of viewers. The show was first based on a life of Peter Clifford, a young priest that arrived to Ballykissangel and no one liked him at first, but later turned out to be great while trying to connect to Assumpta Fitzgerald. But, after three seasons, Stephen Thompkins who played Peter leaves the show. Season four starts with new characters of which mostly important is a new priest that replaces Peter, Father Aidan O'Connell who just came out of monastery. The show aired continuously by seasons from 1996 to 1999 and went into a break, just to return later in 2001 for one more season. There were 6 seasons and 57 episodes. In 1997 the show also had a Christmas Special episode.moreless
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    Beverly Hills Bordello

    Beverly Hills Bordello

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    Showtime (ended 2008)
    This adult anthology series portraying business and life in an exclusive bordello housed in an upscale residence located in the "world famous" City of Beverly Hills California. Originally aired in 1996 this series can be seen on Showtime and Showtime 2. The first thirteen episodes feature Nicole Gian in the role of Madam Victoria Winston. The series returned in 1998 without Ms. Gian. Instead it featured Monique Parent in four episodes and Gabriella Hall in eight. Two episodes did not include the character Madam Winston.moreless
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    Emily of New Moon

    Emily of New Moon

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    CBC (ended 2000)
    Based upon the trilogy by Lucy Maud Montgomery, Emily of New Moon follows the life of orphaned Emily Bryd Starr who is sent to live with her stern Aunt Elizabeth and kind Aunt Laura. She becomes friends with Ilse Burnley, whose mother mysteriously vanished when she was a child. Nearby lives Teddy Kent, whose mother is overbearing and to complete the cast of characters is the charming Perry Miller, the chore boy at New Moon. While the TV series is not faithful to the books, it is still good family entertainment. Original Books: Emily of New Moon Emily Climbs Emily's Questmoreless
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    Undressed

    Undressed

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    MTV - Music Television (ended 2002)
    Welcome to the Undressed guide at TV.com. From the acclaimed director, Roland Joffé comes Undressed, a sexy MTV anthology series that follows lives of couples, of different races, preferences, and genders with their relationship problems. From teenagers at high school, to college, and as far as post college. This is only place that you'll find accurate information about the episode synopsis, the stars, the guest stars, the writers as well as directors information. Which no site, besides Jeff Goode's site, tries to tackle onto Undressed's very complex episode guide. Season 1 (Darko) Bree Turner who played Tina, appears the most in the season, with 17 appearances. The second most appearances is by Sarah Lancaster who played Liz, Tina's sister with 13 appearances. Season 2 (Darko) Eddie Ebell who played Jamie, appears the most in the season with 16 appearances. The second most appearances is by Lackey Bevis who played Jamie's girlfriend, with 15 appearances. Season 3 (Darko) Brandon Davis who played Michael appears the most in this season with 12 appearances. The second most appearances goes to Monica Serene Garinch, and Ryan Carlberg with 11 appearances each. Season 4 (undressedisdabomb) Despite ordering 40 episodes, This is so called "down fall." They did not include those fun storylines (as they did with the first three seasons.) Season 5 (Darko and undressedisdabomb, synopses from matthew02) Pushing the tv limits on wearing cock rings, and then showing it! (not his private part of course, but the ring itself) Season 6 (Darko) Most episodes & gay storylines up to date. They filmed in Montreal, Canada. The introduction credits do not follow the typical brown background with the faces of each character; rather, it is more colorful, w/ pictures of bananas and certain hott scenes throughout the series. Undressed also airs in Canada on PrideVision TV. Check local listings for airings in your area. Curious about the ratings? Well on the timewarner site, it said durning July 15, 2002, Undressed (Season 6) took in 2.2 in the ratings. But since it's on cable ratings ranges from .9 - 3.6 (maybe at the most). You can pretty much predict that Undressed averages somewhere between .6 to 2.5 in the ratings per episode. In 2001, they released an original soundtrack which is now out of print. You can still buy it at MTV's storemoreless
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    Heartbreak High

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    ABC1 (ended 1999)
    Heartbreak High is a hip and realistic series about the lives of teenage students, their families and teachers at a high school. Heartbreak High is set in an inner city school at Sydney Beach, Hartley High, within a multi-racial area. Heartbreak High was originally a stage play which producer, Ben Gannon, turned into a successful film The Heartbreak Kid in 1993. The show captured more than 70 per cent of the youth audience in its first five weeks of broadcast in Australia. Heartbreak High originally began broadcast on Australia's Channel 10, highly viewed as a more Youth Oriented network compared to the other "Commercial" Networks, Seven & Nine. After the 1996 season, the series became a very rare example of an Australian Soap being bought by another network and new episodes commissioned, this time on the government-owned ABC Network (The most famous example is Neighbours moving from Seven to Ten in 1985 which then became a ratings bonanza during its late 80's Kylie & Jason Heydays). They only made a few changes (The show had already made a number of changes to the cast, truly reflecting a real school environment where the students and staff all evolve, thus making it less jarring than it normally would be), but the most notable was shortening the episodes to 25mins each - including re-editing Channel 10's original, slightly more adult content-filled scenes, into 2x20min episodes. It quickly became a cult institution for schoolkids & teenagers across Australia at teatime, when Mon-Thurs @ 6pm, everyone tuned in to see what would happen next (due to there being no available spoilers). The show ultimately wrapped up (due to funding issues) at the peak of its popularity and is extremely missed, but is shown worldwide still even to this day where its popular in places as far out as Egypt. Heartbreak High is currently Screening in edited 20-25min Episodes on ABC3 in Australia @ 8pm EDST from the very beginning.moreless
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    Kodocha

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    ColoursTV (ended 1998)
    Kodocha is a shojo anime series that aired in Japan in 1996-1998 as the name Kodomo no Omocha. It is based on Miho Obana's manga series which, in the US is titled Kodocha: Sana's Stage. Kodocha is directed by Akitaroh Daichi, who also directed Fruits Basket. In the US, the English dub was covered by Funimation, and stars Laura Bailey as Sana, and Jerry Jewell as Akito, and many of the familiar voices from Fruits Basket and other Funimation shows. With the American voice acting and sound, the show takes on a fresh appeal despite being a series from the 1990s. Sana Kurata, 11 years old, is living a superb childhood. She is the star of a popular TV-series (Kodomo no Omocha / Child's Toy). Her mom is an award-winning novelist, and she calls her manager Rei her driver, boyfriend, and pimp, even though she has no idea what that last word means. Sana is enjoying life to the fullest, except for the hassle in her cIass. A gang of boys have turned the cIassroom into chaos, preventing the teacher from doing anything but cry. Sana is very irritated about this problem, and confronts the rash but smooth talking boss monkey, Akito Hayama, doing everything she can to stop the ruckus that upsets her life and studies. But as she becomes more involved in Akito's life, she realizes that everything isn't as black and white. Akito's family isn't perfect, and it turns out her family has some secrets as well. Sana and Akito encounter new incidents and people that mix up their lives even further, growing their friendship, and possibly a relationship? Show Information Number of Episodes in Japanese broadcast: 102 episodes plus a pilot OAV. Originally aired: 1996-1998 in Japan Number of Episodes in the US Release: 51 episodes, designated as Season One. Originally aired: 2006-2008 on Funimation Channel / Colours TV License status: Funimation has licensed the first 51 of the 102 episodes. It is unknown whether they have freed up the second half of the series although they reported they are not producing them. The story arcs generally follow this format: ep 1-20: Promised Summer Episodes ep 21-39: Anime Original Episodes ep 40-51: Take-chan Episodes ep 52-65: Junior High Episodes ep 66-81: New York Episodes ep 82-102: Return to Japan Episodes Opening Theme "7 O'Clock News" by Tokio (eps 1-51 JP) "Ultra Relax" by Tomoe Shinohara (eps 52-102 JP, ep 1-51 US) Ending Theme "Panic" by Still Small Voice (eps 1-51 JP,US) "All Right!" by Tomoko Hikita and Babbit (eps 52-102, JP) US DVD Titles (release date) Vol. 1: School Girl Super Star (August 2, 2005) Vol. 2: Hayama Hijinks (October 4, 2005) Vol. 3: Crush of Truth (November 15, 2005) Vol. 4: Moving and Shaking (January 10, 2006) Vol. 5: Spilled Beans (March 7, 2006) Vol. 6: Sana's Bombshell (May 2, 2006) Vol. 7: Adult-sized secrets (August 22, 2006) Vol. 8: Sana's Duty (August 22, 2006) Vol. 9: Fixing Friends (October 17, 2006) Vol. 10: Birthday Kisses and Misses, Oh My! (December 12, 2006) Vol. 11: Down the Drain (February 6, 2007) Vol. 12: Akito's Rival (April 3, 2007) Vol. 13: That's a Wrap! (June 5, 2007) Boxset #1 Vol 1-6: February 27, 2007 / August 5, 2008 Boxset #2 Vol 7-13: August 5, 2008 Character Profiles Main Characters Sana Kurata - She is an 11 year old child actress and member of the Komawari Theater acting group. She's the star of a popular series called Child's Toy. She's very energetic and talks extremely quickly. Akito Hayama - He is a laid back boy who commands fear and respect as a bully or boss monkey in Sana's sixth grade cIass. After being confronted by Sana in the early part of the series, he tones some of his behavior down, but adopts a different agenda. Rei Sagami - He is a twenty-something year old guy who always wears sunglasses. He lives at the Kurata residence, and serves as Sana's chauffeur, manager/agent, boyfriend, and "pimp". Tsuyoshi - He is Akito's best friend. He wears glasses and is normally a very mellow and shy guy, but when provoked or angered, he goes into these emotional rages like the Incredible Hulk. Aya Sugita - She is Sana's school buddy with the straight, shoulder length hair. She gets a crush on Tsuyoshi early in the series. Misako Kurata - Sana's mom is an award-winning novelist who has a fancy for funny hats and hairpieces since she has a chipmunk named Maro who resides in her hair. Babbit - He's the mascot in the series, a rabbit with bat wings. While he doesn't interact directly with the characters, he appears frequently and chimes in some remarks. Zenjiro - He is the buck-toothed actor host of Sana's TV school sitcom, Child's Toy. Naozumi Kamura - He is a child actor with the grey hair. He and Sana were both from the same orphanage when they were very young, so they can really relate on many levels. Fuka Matsui - She joins Sana's cIass during Junior High and becomes one of Sana's dearest friends. She happened to be Akito's first kiss way back in kindergarten, and that has some affect on her outlook. Supporting Characters Asako Kurumi - Asako is a relatively famous actress who gets involved in Sana's life both professionally and personally. Natsumi Hayama - She is Akito's older sister, who does not have a positive impression of Akito. Mr. Hayama - Akito's dad is a fairly busy business executive, and doesn't have much time for the family. Takeshi Gojo - An actor who takes a liking to Sana, and with very good reason as they both eventually learn of his relation to Sana's past. Andoh - One of the elementary school teachers who gets annoyed by teachers not being able to control their students. Gomi - Akito's school friend who likes wearing camouflage vests. Hiroshi - A boy in Sana's Child's Toy show. Hisae - Sana's school friend. She has her hair braided in buns. Mami - Sana's school friend with the purple hair and yellow hair band. Ms. Mitsuya - Sana and Akito's teacher. She cries a lot because of her out of control cIass. Naru Naru - The bouncy, carefree school principal. Onda - Misako's editor who's always bugging Misako to submit her manuscripts. Sanekichi - Zenjiro's agent. Shimura - The Kurata's housekeeper. Suji - Sana's hairdresser Mr. Tanaka - A schoolteacher who helps out Ms. Mitsuya. And finally Miho Obana - The manga artist who created Kodocha makes a few cameo appearances.moreless
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