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    Bad Ink

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    60 Days In

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    Someday's Dreamers

    Someday's Dreamers

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    Yumi Kikuchi is mage-in-training. She goes to Tokyo in order to become a certified mage. She becomes an apprentice mage to Masami Oyamada, a professional mage. In Tokyo she learns magic, helps people and other things to help her become a mage. She also learns that it takes more than magic to make someone happy...moreless
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    Alien Encounters

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    This new series boasts the rather lofty goal of proving, "once and for all," if there is indeed alien life in the universe. Alien Encounters' own team of experts will leave no stone unturned in their quest to explain paranormal activity.
    Alien Encounters will be executive produced by Thom Beers and Phillip Segal.moreless
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    Jungle De Ikou

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    Welcome to the Jungle De Ikou guide at TV.com! Over 2000 years ago the ancient god of destruction Ongo was sealed away. Now two thousand years later, he will be freed due to the hapless actions of a Japanese archaeologist. Fortunately for the world, the archaeologist has also given his daughter Natsumi a necklace that will allow her to call upon the powers of the ancient flowers spirits to help protect Tokyo from Ongo. Though that doesn't seem like it may even be necessary as the "God of Destruction" seems to only be two feet tall and more annoying than dangerous.moreless
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    Thunderbirds 2086

    Thunderbirds 2086

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    This Japanese animated series was produced in 1982, and was an updated version of Gerry Anderson's original Supermarionation marionette showThunderbirds concept of an International Rescue organization dedicated to dealing with disasters at any time or place. The show was originally known in Japan as Scientific Rescue Team TechnoBoyger, and was a deliberate homage to the original Thunderbirds series. Since the show's producer, Banjiro Uemura was also the head of ITC Japan (ITC being the company that owned the original Thunderbirds series), the show was sold to ITC in the US, and with the help of experienced voice director Peter Fernandez (Speed Racer, Marine Boy, Star Blazers season 3), was dubbed into English and retitled Thunderbirds 2086, with some of the original music removed and replaced with music from Barry Gray, who compsed the music for the original Thunderbirds series. The series also boasted Noboru Ishiguro as one of the directors, and Kentaro Haneda as the series' composer, both of whom also played these roles in the contemporary and far more successful sci-fi anime Macross. It should also be noted that, apart from the show's title and general set-up, there were no direct references to the original Thunderbirds series. The show's backstory was that in 2066, the World Federation was formed, and now twenty years later, a new rescue team known as the Thunderbirds would be used to combat disasters on or off the Earth. The Thunderbirds operated under the authority of the International Rescue Organization, run by Dr. Gerald Simpson, and consisted of five pilots; Dylan Beyda (Raiji Hidaka, from Japan in the original Japanese version), Jessie Rigel (Eric Jones, from Britian), Jonathon Jordan Jr. (Sammy Edkins Jr.), Gran Hanson and Kallan James (Catherine Heywood, from the U.S.). In the dubbed version however, all of the pilots' nationalities were American. Unlike Gerry Anderson's original Thunderbirds team that only used 5 primary rescue vehicles, the Thunderbirds 2086 team had 17 separate vehicles capable of adapting to every environment. The series was first shown in English on the US Prism cable network in 1983, and finally made it to the shores of its spiritual ancestor in the UK in 1986. Although 24 episodes were produced, the show did not perform well in Japan and only 18 episodes were shown there, although 3 of the remaining 6 episodes were exported back to Japan and released on video in the Thunderbirds 2086 format, with English dialogue complete with Japanese subtitles. It should be noted that in some promotional episode guides for the English-language version of the show, several episodes had different (working) titles. These alternate titles have subsequently been used in some reference books and other sources. This episode guide will use the final titles as seen on-screen, with a note indicating the alternate title (if applicable). Additionally, since no exact airdates are known for the U.S. transmission of the series, the airdates of the original Japanese counterpart episodes are listed where relevant.moreless
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    Ferry Boat Fred

    Ferry Boat Fred

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    Fred is a friendly ferry who works around Sydney Harbour. He lives at Wallaby Wharf, as does his big sister, Kate. There are also two other ferries called Bill and Lou. There are many other friends too, including Pete the Pelican and Fred's captain, who always nods off! The ferries are determined to always get on with the job, and do their very best. The programme ran for 1 season, comprised of 17 episodes.moreless
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    Hammertime

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    In 2009 A&E plans to offer up an inside look at the life of '90s rapper MC Hammer in this half-hour reality series.
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    Flip This House

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    Flip This House focuses on Real Estate investors who take the most rundown houses and over the course of a few weeks transforms them into gorgeous profitable properties.
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    Sons Of Hollywood

    Sons Of Hollywood

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    This series follows three young men as they try to make their way in Hollywood. One is Randy Spelling, son of the late famous producer, Aaron Spelling; the second is Sean Stewart, son of famous British rocker, Rod Stewart; and the third is talent manager David Weintraub. The three young men have been friends since their boarding school days, and the series follows the trio as they attempt to step away from the imposing shadows of their famous parents and forge their own identities.

    The show's theme song The In Crowd is written & performed by Sean Stewart.moreless
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    Cosplay Complex

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    Chako Hasegawa attends East Oizumi High where she belongs to the Cosplay Club. Currently there are only two official members and Chako wants to make it to the Cosplay World Series.

    Chako has faith, desire and a fairy in her corner to help make this happen. Delmo, the fairy, has the ability to give Chako's costumes an extra "boost" when necessary. Chako also receives help from Ikeburo, a seamstress owl who can also iron.

    Once Jenny, a foreign exchange student, arrives into the mix Chako has enough members to compete and the troupe join in the battles.

    Episodes: 3 colored episodes (OAV)

    Age rating: Mature (May contain sex, drugs, and extreme graphic violence)moreless
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    Investigative Reports

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    Steel Angel Kurumi: Encore

    Steel Angel Kurumi: Encore

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    The Steel Angel Kurumi Encore is the follow up to Steel Angel Kurumi. Encore has 4 mini-episodes (15 minutes) while Steel Angel Kurumi has 24 mini-episodes. There are also 12 episodes in Steel Angel Kurumi 2. The DVD of the complete series contains all 3 sets. The four episodes of Steel Angel Kurumi: Encore continue to follow the antics of our 3 main Steel Angels and Nakahito, especially the development of the relationship between Kurumi and Nakahito.moreless
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    Tekkaman Blade II

    Tekkaman Blade II

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    Ten years have passed since the Tekkaman Blade defeated Darkon and his evil Tekkamen. Now in a new age, a new lifetime with old friends and new pals, Blade (D-Boy) must confront new threats and opponents... War will begin again, and the fate of the world will depend on a new group of brave warriors...moreless
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    Ohio Valley Wrestling

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    Welcome to the Ohio Valley Wrestling guide at TV Tome.

    OVW Heavyweight Champion:Aaron Stevens OVW Television Championship:Shawn Spears OVW Southern Tag Team Championship: Cody Runnels and Shawn Spears OVW Women's Championship: Katie Lea

    OVW is a wrestling organization based out of Louisville, KY. It started as an NWA affiliate, but dropped that in 2001. Soon there after, they became a WWE affiliate, and are now the only official one left. Many upcoming WWE superstars are sent to OVW to further their training. Many of the new WWE stars have come from the OVW. WWE stars are on the show pretty much on a weekly basis.

    OVW TV is shown on WBKI-34 on Saturdays at 11PM.moreless
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    Kane & Abel

    Kane & Abel

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    Three part mini series based on the novel by Jeffrey Archer. Two boys (Kane and Abel) are born on opposite sides of the world and into very different worlds. Their destiny leads to a dramatic meeting.moreless
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    Growing Up Gotti

    Growing Up Gotti

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    Growing Up Gotti profiles the life of Victoria Gotti and her 3 Gotti boys, in this unscripted series. Being the daughter of the late John Gotti, Victoria is also a single mother, author, and TV correspondent. Her three sons are typical boys who what everything from girls to cars. No matter the event the Gotti clan make this a show worth watching.
    Buckle up for a wild and wacky Gotti ride.moreless
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    Requiem From The Darkness

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    The setting is the end of the Edo period amid political strife and human suffering. Young Momosuke, an aspiring author, sets out on a journey to collect 100 stories to make into a book. Right away he meets up with a trio of outlaws: Mataichi the Trickster, Ogin the Puppeteer and Nagamimi the Bird Caller. As they travel, the group encounters the most twisted and horrible parts of human nature. It is the task of this group to punish each person in a manner fitting their crimes - a gruesome undertaking to say the least... Thus, the bells of the requiem are heard throughout the land... Opening Song: "The Flame" Closing Song: "The Moment Of Love" Synopsis: Near the end of the Edo Period, the son of wealthy merchants decides to turn his back on his family's profession and become an author instead. While he has done little but write children's riddles, he hits upon the idea of writing a collection of stories about the mysterious and the supernatural. One rainy night, a chance encounter with a monk and his strange associates on a mountain will pull the author into a world of darkness he can scarcely begin to imagine. He finds himself pulled along with a trio of people apparently dedicating to cleansing corruption from the land: Mataichi, a mysterious monk; Nagamimi, a hulking master of disguise; and the beautiful Ogin. Are the trio truly fighting corruption or are they perhaps servants of something much worse?moreless
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    Exhale with Candice Bergen

    Exhale with Candice Bergen

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    The TV and film actress hosts a panel on current events.
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    The Incurable Collector

    The Incurable Collector

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    John Laroquette hosts this show about collectors and collectibles, showing viewers prices, where to find them, how to start a collection, auctions, and collectibles of the future.
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