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    RedaKai: Conquer the Kairu

    RedaKai: Conquer the Kairu

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    Cartoon Network
    TV Ratings:
    Canada: C8
    USA: TV-Y7-FV Ky, a 15-year-old student of ancient martial arts goes on a mission to find Kairu, an alien energy force. He gets some help from his friend Maya and Boomer as they travel the world in search of the Kairu to keep it safe. Ky hopes that one day he will become the greatest Kairu warrior of them all–a Redakai.moreless
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    WildC.A.T.S.

    WildC.A.T.S.

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    CBS (ended 1995)
    Welcome to the WildC.A.T.S. guide at TV.com. Thank you for visiting. I have just updated the synopsis for "Cry of the Coda" I will try to upload one synopsis a week. I will be working on getting images up as soon as my scanner starts working. Thanks for visiting, Togepilovermoreless
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    Lunar Jim

    Lunar Jim

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    TELETOON
    Together with his friends, Jim and his dog Rover and a computer named Pixel get into lots of not-to-be-missed adventures.
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    Level Up

    Level Up

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    Cartoon Network
    Four very different high school teenagers battle trolls, ghouls and a dark leader of them named Maldark in a video game that goes haywire and releases the battle into the real world.moreless
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    The Resistance

    The Resistance

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    The Nerdist

    The Nerdist

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    BBC America
    Chris Hardwick, Jonah Ray, and Matt Mira, creators of The Nerdist blog and podcast, host a new talkshow that previews tech trends and interview prominent technology leaders.
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    Invader ZIM

    Invader ZIM

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    Nickelodeon (ended 2006)
    Invader ZIM follows the exploits of an alien named Zim who is hell-bent on conquering Earth. Fortunately for Earth, Zim has a human arch-nemesis named Dib who is equally bent on stopping him, but unfortunately for Dib, everyone thinks he's crazy.moreless
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    Chobits

    Chobits

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    (ended 2002)
    Meet Hideki Motosuwa. A young man studying to enter into college. In his move to Tokyo, one night he finds a young girl tossed in the garbage. He later notices that this is a persocom (a human computer) and he figures a way to turn it on (since the persocom was pretty much dead) and wackiness ensues. We see how Hideki struggles to get through school and falls in love and finds out about Chi's (his persocom) painful past. Opening Theme: "Let Me Be With You" sung by: ROUND TABLE featuring Nino Ending Theme: "Raison D'Etre" (reason to be) (ep 1-13) "Mermaid" (ep 14-26) sung by: Rie Tanaka Ratings: 16up for Adult Situations. The equivalent for movies would be PG-13. The graphic novels has stronger language and more adult content than this series.moreless
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    Ergo Proxy

    Ergo Proxy

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    WOWOW (ended 2006)
    Humans and androids called Autoreivs live together in a Utopian society devoid of emotion, within a giant domed city known as Romdo. A mysterious virus called Cogito, which infects the Autoreiv inhabitants, causes them to exhibit emotions and personalities, which wreaks havoc on the idyllic and peaceful society. Police inspectors Re-l Mayer and Vincent Law are called in to investigate a series of killings, which lead them to an encounter with a monstrous creature called a Proxy. Japanese Show Title エルゴプラクシー (Erugo Purakushiī) Opening Theme "Kiri" by Monoral Closing Theme "Paranoid Android" by Radioheadmoreless
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    Hellsing

    Hellsing

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    Encore Action (ended 2003)
    A secret war is brewing in the night, a war in which humanity is only a pawn. The Hellsing organization has been protecting both Queen and Country for centuries, though with each day, the threat of the living dead continues to loom over the unexpected denizens of the world. Even armed with powerful automatic weapons with silver armor-piercing or mercury-ignition rounds, the Hellsing organization finds it difficult to banish these demons from the face of the earth. That is where Alucard comes in, a powerful vampire of unknown origin, though he serves Integra Hellsing with fierce loyalty.

    However, one night in the town of Cheddar, Alucard comes across a young female police officer who is being held hostage by a vampire priest. Through a question he asked, the young woman, Seras Victoria, decided to become a vampire and Alucard became her master. She must now struggle with the loss of her humanity as she attempts to become a suitable member of the Hellsing organization, though with the terrors of the night growing more and more problematic with each passing day, she must overcome her weaknesses if she wishes to survive.

    Hellsing is based on the manga of the same name, created by Kourta Hirano. It aired on Japanese television from October 10, 2001 to January 16, 2002. In the U.S. it was licensed by GENEON Entertainment and aired on Starz's Encore Action from October 4, 2003 until December 27, 2003.moreless
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    Serial Experiments Lain

    Serial Experiments Lain

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    techtv (ended 2003)
    Welcome to the Serial Experiments Lain guide. TV Rating: TV-PG Genres: Anime, Psychological Drama, Science Fiction Serial Experiments Lain is not your typical sci-fi/drama anime. This unusual anime builds slowly as Lain, the lead character, goes deeper into the WIRED. More thoughtful then action-oriented, this anime is targeted more towards science fiction and mystery fans then action fans. A good frame of reference is to think of The X-Files crossed with The Matrix. It follows the life of 14-year-old Lain Iwakura, an introverted school girl who generally keeps to herself. She has few friends, a distracted father, a distant mother and a typically self-absorbed teenage older sister. Although most of the people around her are computer savvy and connected to the WIRED, Lain herself has never shown any interest in her own Navi. However, that all changes when Lain receives an email from a dead classmate. She is quickly drawn into the a dark and mysterious world of the WIRED. As she goes deeper into this world, the line between reality and the WIRED blurs; until, finally, a question is asked: "Who Is Lain?" Characters: Lain: Although introverted and quiet at first, as she gains confidence in the WIRED she becomes more outgoing and self-assured. However, there is a dark secret about herself that she does not know about. It is this secret that could threaten the fabric of reality. Yasuo Iwakura: Lain's Dad. Although apparently distracted and obsessed with his computers, he does love Lain. As Lain goes deeper into the WIRED, his concerns grow. Miho Iwakura: Lain's Mom. She seems distant towards her children but shows affection for Yasuo when they are alone. Mika Iwakura: Lain's older sister. Although self-absorbed, she nevertheless becomes concerned for Lain as her younger sister goes deeper into the WIRED. Alice: Lain's true friend. Alice is the only one who tries to keep Lain grounded in reality. She is also the one that always sticks up for Lain and tries to keep her included in the group. As they grow closer together their friendship is what helps Lain to hold on to her sanity. Julie: A part of the group of Lain's school friends, she nevertheless is unsure about Lain. She often makes thoughtless remarks about Lain that Alice needs to correct. She is also one of the other school children to receive an email from Chisa, although she was too frightened to answer it. Reika: Also a part of Lain's group of school friends, she usually stays neutral. She is interested in rumors and gossip on the WIRED and likes to ask Lain if she had heard of anything new. Chisa Yomoda: The girl who commits suicide in the beginning of the series. She is very much like Lain, shy and quiet. Although they attended the same school, Chisa and Lain never met in life. However, it is the email that she sends after her death that opens a whole new life for Lain. Taro: Usually hanging out at Cyberia with his two friends, Myu-Myu and Masayuki, Taro considers himself quite the ladies man, often flirting with Lain. Nevertheless, he is also very knowledgeable about the WIRED, Navis, the Knights and so on. He helps Lain in her investigations Men In Black: Also referred to as the MIB. They are a mysterious, shadowy group of strongmen hired by the Tachibana General Laboratories to observe and protect Lain. Often seen with lasersights, Carl and his fellow MIB are often seen watching Lain from a distance. The Knights: A shadowy organization of hackers. At first, Lain is intrigued by their reputation. Later, she comes to believe that they are responsible for the suicides and deaths. Eiri Masami: An ex-researcher for Tachibana General Laboratories. Fearing that Eiri's research and development of hidden protocols would cause serious problems with the WIRED Tachibana fires him. However this only frees Eiri to pursue his true purpose: to bring down the walls between the WIRED and the real world. Parental Notes: This series has a TV rating of TV-PG (V). For the DVDs and videos, the distributor (Pioneer) recommends that this series is for audiences 16 and over. Needless to say, this series is meant for mature children, teens and adults. There is some strong language, nudity (although it is done tastefully) and some violence that can be realistic. That being said, the warning is more for the mature themes explored in this series; they will be disturbing to young children, especially those under 7. These themes (the meaning of life, death, suicide, sex, etc.) are targeted for an adult audience, so please use your discretion.moreless
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    Di-Gata Defenders

    Di-Gata Defenders

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    TELETOON (ended 2008)
    "Di-Gata Defenders" follows four courageous teens whose duty it is to protect the Realm against the Order of Infinis. Each teen has the help of a Guardian to protect them from villains trying to stop them from protecting the people of Rados. Broadcast History: "Di-Gata Defenders" premiered on 4KidsTV on July 28th, 2007 at 11:00 AM. It remained there for five weeks until August 25th, 2007, when it was then put on hiatus. Luckily, the remaining eight episodes of the initial thirteen episode order premiered online at 4Kids.com. Surprisingly, Di-Gata Defenders returned to 4KidsTV a year later on August 9th, 2008 at 8:00am. The first five episodes of the series were rerun for five weeks until September 6th, 2008. On September 13th, 2008, the final thirteen episodes of season one began airing. After the first season finale on December 6th, 2008, the first three episodes of the series reran until December 27th, 2008 when the 4KidsTV block was disbanded on Fox.moreless
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    Titan Maximum

    Titan Maximum

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    Adult Swim
    Created by Tom Root and Matthew Senreich, Titan Maximum is a parody on the various Super Robot shows. Robot Chicken's creator Seth Green also lends his voice to this similar stop-motion animation show about a squadron of young pilots whose spaceships combine to form the giant robot Titan Maximum.moreless
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    The Strain

    The Strain

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    FX (Returning Summer 2015)
    When the head of the Center for Disease Control Canary Team in New York City is assigned to investigate a viral outbreak, he, his team and a party of ordinary New Yorkers will become witnesses of an ongoing epidemic which has its roots in ancient times and the fantasy creatures known as vampires inspired by it.moreless
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    V: The Series (1984)

    V: The Series (1984)

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    NBC (ended 1985)
    They came to Earth, disguised as friends. But instead, they took the planet's water and eat people for food. But there's a resistance... to save the people and the planet.

    V: The Series is preceded by two miniseries, V and V: The Final Battle.moreless
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    Robotech

    Robotech

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    (ended 1988)
    Robotech is the critically acclaimed animated series about mankind's first contact with warring alien races, and the use of alien technology to defend Earth. The series was broken into three chapters, The Macross Saga, The Robotech Masters, and The New Generation. Released in 1985, Robotech was the first anime (Japanese animation) series that many fans had seen, and is often accredited as the cause of the anime fandom that continues to grow today in the United States. COMMON TERMS Robotechnology Refers to technological systems that operate using protoculture. Veritech Refers to a series of personal war-machines that can change their configuration between at least two modes. Destroid Refers to a series of personal war-machines similar to Veritechs, but are limited to one configuration (usually somewhat humanoid). Mecha Refers to the generic term for any personal war-machine used. Battloid Refers to the generic term form any mecha with/in a "humanoid" form. Zor's Battlefortress Also known as the SDF-1. The Tiresian scientist Zor (angry over what the Robotech Masters had done to the Invid), destroyed all of the Tiresian data and production facilities for the creation of protoculture; except for the last remaining protoculture production matrix that he hid aboard the SDF-1. He was critically injured in an Invid attack. His final attack was to have the SDF-1 abandoned and set on a course that would eventually take it to Earth. Flower of Life Refers to a plant that was native to the Invid homeworld before it was defoliated by the Zentraedi acting on orders from the Robotech Masters. The plant is as essential to the survival of the Invid as flowers are essential to the survival of bees. The Invid use it for both survival and evolutionary purposes. Protoculture Refers to a substance derived from the the flower of life. It is used as the main source of power for the majority of the technology scene in the series. Alien Races Tiresian The Tiresian scientist Zor was given the secrets of creating protoculture during a first contact mission with the Invid ruler - the Regis. From their homeworld of Tirol, the Tiresians built an entire empire based on protoculture and robotechnology. At some point the Tiresian rulers (the Robotech Masters) decided that they should have exclusive control over protoculture, and ordered the Zentraedi to defoliate the Invid homeworld of Optera. Zentraedi The Zentraedi race was created by the Tiresian scientist Zor through genetic engineering using protoculture and robotechnology. Through the use of protoculture sizing chambers they can alter their forms from human size to that of giants averaging 40-50 feet in height. They act as the "enforcers" of the Robotech Masters, performing peacekeeping/war-making missions when called upon. Invid The only non-humanoid race in the original Robotech series. The "natural" form of the Invid resembles that of a 4-foot slug with limbs. The Invid can use protoculture to change their form to whatever shape they deem necessary. Where humans might "terraform" a planet to suit their needs; the Invid would "bioform" themselves to suit their environment. Their society is similar to that of social insects, with a queen (the Regis) leading them. An Invid cannot survive outside of their mecha, unless they have been "bioformed" to survive in the surrounding environment. They were peaceful, trusting creatures until their homeworld was defoliated by the Zentraedi. The Invid have been hostile toward all life that is not Invid since that day. (UN)COMMON ACRONYMS SDF (SDF-1) Super Dimensional Fortress ARMD (Armor-1) Armored Reflex Missile Defender VERITECH Variable Engineering and Robotic Integration TECHnology. AGAC (Ajax) Armored Gyro Assault Chopper ATAC Alpha Tactical Armored Corps GMP Global Military Policemoreless
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    UFO Hunters

    UFO Hunters

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    The History Channel
    Many people wonder if we are alone in the universe. A group of experts in UFO Hunters is determined to find evidence of extraterrestrial life. Each week the experts travel to different sites where there is rumored to have been a UFO incident and try to separate fact from fantasy.moreless
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    Jayce and the Wheeled Warriors

    Jayce and the Wheeled Warriors

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    (ended 1986)
    "Thundering across the stars to save the universe from the Monster Minds, Jayce searches for his father to unite the magic root and lead his Lightning League to victory over the changing form of Saw Boss. Wheeled Warriors explode into battle - Lightning Strikes!"Audric is a scientist working to create a plant which can grow in any environment when a radiation flare causes the plants to mutate into Saw Boss and the Monster Minds.The Monster Minds can transform into vehicles and travel via roots between planets. With Saw Boss as leader, they set out to conquer the galaxy. Audric creates a magic root which can stop them but the two halves of the root are separated during a Monster Minds attack. Audric escapes with one half, the other goes with his son, Jayce.Jayce and the other members of the Lightning League set out to locate Audric, unite the two halves of the root and defeat the Monster Minds.moreless
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    Sherlock Holmes in the 22nd Century

    Sherlock Holmes in the 22nd Century

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    FOX (ended 2001)
    Sherlock Holmes has been rescusitated in the 22nd century to combat Moriarty's clone. With the help of a droid programmed with the personality of Watson, Inspector Beth Lestrade of New Scotland Yard, and the Baker Street Irregulars, Holmes searches for clues and usually manages to come up with a solution that keeps everyone guessing. Characters Sherlock Holmes: Sharp as a tack, but not a real people person, this guy is pretty self explanatory. He uses deductive logic (i.e. All lights in this room are green. There is a light on the table. Therefore it must be green.) to solve crimes. If you listen hard, you can usually follow his explanation, at least by the last few minutes of the show. Watson: A compudroid programmed to have the personality of Watson (complete with the phrase "I don't understand, Holmes. How did you know..."), Watson was initially rejected by Holmes, who thought no one, and especially no robot, could replace the real Watson. Watson is great in a tight spot, as he is much stronger than the average human (and most of the non-average ones as well). Inspector Beth Lestrade: Apparently a descendant of the Lestrade in the original short stories, this girl is something else. Wild, reckless, destructive, always bucking authority, and generally "tough-cop", she is always ready to act on insufficient information. But, all in all, she usually settles down enough to be of some service at least once or twice an episode. Wiggins: A would-be boxer, this guy used to play soccer at Princeton. He is one of the Baker Street Irregulars, employed by Holmes to be an extra set of eyes, ears, and legs. Wiggins checks out leads, shadows people, and generally helps Holmes out by gathering facts. He has a girlfriend named Jacey, but as far as I know she hasn't figured into much. Deidre: This girl is also one of the Baker Street Irregulars, and does mostly the same things as Wiggins. However, she sometimes sees things a different way than either Holmes, Watson, or Wiggins, and this unique perspective makes her invaluable. Tennison: Confined to an anti-grav chair, Tennison is the computer expert of the bunch. He helps Holmes out by checking computer systems and security systems. Moriarty: Cloned back to life as an accident, he is again wreacking havoc, though this time in New London. He is Holmes' archenemy, and was basically the model for a lot of evil geniuses with extensive networks.moreless
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    The Champions

    The Champions

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    ITV (ended 1969)
    Welcome to The Champions guide at TV.com. "Craig Sterling, Sharron Macready and Richard Barrett… These are the Champions. "Endowed with the qualities and skills of superhumans - qualities and skills, both physical and mental, to the peak of human performance. Gifts given to them by an unknown race of people, when their 'plane crashed near a lost civilisation in Tibet. Now, with their secrets known only to them, they are able to use their fantastic powers to their best advantage… as the Champions of law, order and justice. Operators of the international agency, Nemesis!" The Champions was the first production from the team of Dennis Spooner and Monty Berman. Their company Scoton made the series for ITC in 1967 and established the format for many future ITC productions of casting three actors as the heroes.moreless
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