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    Horseland

    Horseland

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    CBS (ended 2008)
    Fans of the popular web-based game can see the television series on Saturday mornings. Join the girls and their equine friends in this fun, addictive program.
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    Category 7: The End of the World

    Category 7: The End of the World

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    CBS (ended 2005)
    "Category 7: The End of the World" picks up where "Category 6: Day of Destruction" left off. The city of Chicago has been destroyed by a monstrous storm and as the storm gathers strength, it threatens to ravage the rest of the world. A television evangelist and his wife prey on the nation’s fears by broadcasting warnings of biblical plagues. As his predictions come true, the mega-storm culminates in a record Category 7 superstorm over Washington, D.C.moreless
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    George & Leo

    George & Leo

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    CBS (ended 1998)
    Welcome to the George & Leo guide at TV.com.
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    The Wizard

    The Wizard

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    CBS (ended 1987)
    Welcome to The Wizard guide at TV.com. This action/adventure series follows Simon McKay, an inventor/toymaker who travels the world with a government-appointed bodyguard named Alex to avoid the forces of evil.moreless
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    P.S.I. Luv U

    P.S.I. Luv U

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    CBS (ended 1992)
    Wanda Talbert (Connie Sellecca) and Joey Paciorek (Greg Evigan) had been unlikely and unenthusiastic partners in an N.Y.P.D. sting operation that had gone bad. She was a con artist and, to keep from going to prison, agreed to set up a mobster, and he was a detective coordinating the operation. When it fell apart, she would have to testify against him, and that will not take place for a few years, she and Joey entered the witness protection program and were relocated to Palm Springs, California to hide from the vengeful mobster. Once they assumed the identities of Dani and Cody Powell, a "married" couple working for Palm Security and Investigations, a local security and detective agency. Matthew Durning (Earl Holliman), who ran the agency, was the only one who knew who they really were. Cody and Dani spent most of their time working cases for P.S.I. and fighting with each other. The combination of an honest, analytical cop and a creative con artist, even though they didn't like each other much, made them a very effective team. Dani even managed to convince Durning to let them stay in a huge mansion, whose owner was almost never in Palm Springs, as live-in security guards. Show Type: Detective Drama First Telecast: September 15, 1991 Last Telecast: January 4, 1992 Total Episodes: 13 episodes Theme Song: "P.S. I Luv U," written by Glen A. Larson and Matthew Delgado; sung by Greg Evigan and Suzanne Fountainmoreless
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    Swingtown

    Swingtown

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    CBS (ended 2008)
    This new period drama takes viewers back to the 1970s for a look at suburban households testing the murky waters of sexual revolution, following swingers throughout open marriages, "key parties" and other swingers extravaganzas. Mike Kelley is creator and executive producer of the pilot, produced by CBS Paramount Network Television. The show originally aired on Thursday evenings, but after episode 7 it moved to Fridays, swapping with Flashpoint.moreless
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    Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior

    Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior

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    CBS (ended 2011)
    Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior involves an elite team of special agents who work in the FBI's Behavioral Analysis Unit. Forest Whitaker portrays Unit Chief Sam Cooper, a long-time agent who left the FBI, but returned to head a team of renegade profilers that operates as far out of the bureaucracy as possible. Beau Garrett portrays SSA Gina LaSalle, tough agent armed with a cunning sense of perception. Matt Ryan is SSA Mick Rawson, an ex-British Special Forces soldier, and Michael Kelly is SSA John "Prophet" Sims, who spent six years in jail. Janeane Garofalo, as Beth Griffith, from the FBI Threat Assessment Task Force, is the newest member. Kirsten Vangsness as Penelope Garcia brings her computer wizardry to the team. The project is from ABC Studios, CBS Television Studios and The Mark Gordon Company.moreless
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    The New Loretta Young Show

    The New Loretta Young Show

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    CBS (ended 1963)
    Loretta Young returned to series television with this short-lived sitcom, where her only starring role was as Christine Massey, a widowed freelancer writer with seven children. Christine's love interest was Paul Beltzer, whom she married in the final epiosde.moreless
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    Dolphin Cove

    Dolphin Cove

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    CBS (ended 1989)
    Seeking a new start after his wife dies, dolphin researcher Micheal Larson moves with his 2 children to Australia, where he's hired as a mammals communications expert. Larson's son David dislikes the lifestyle and the new school; daughter Katie, who hasn't spoken since her mothers death, and doesn't like her new therapist. Things change when Katie discovers she can speak to the dolphins telepathically..., an interesting series which sort of can be compared to another Australian TV series "Ocean Girl".moreless
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    Greatest American Dog

    Greatest American Dog

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    CBS (ended 2008)
    In this new CBS reality show, dog owners and their pets live together in the same house as they compete to see who is the best. The show will have competitors from pageants and from people who have trained their dogs at home.moreless
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    Adderly

    Adderly

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    CBS (ended 1988)
    Having been injured on a mission and lost the use of his left hand, International Security and Intelligence's former top spy in Europe is put out to pasture by the organization and assigned to trivial duties in the Department of Miscellaneous Affairs, located in the basement. However, always hoping to demonstrate to Major Clack that he is ready to rejoin the fast-paced world of international intrigue, he manages to uncover danger and dastardly doings in the most routine assignments. This brings him into constant conflict with his officious supervisor, bureaucrat Melville Greenspan, but he gets aid and comfort from departmental secretary Mona. This humorous adventure series was created by Elliott Baker, based on a character from his 1971 novel Pocock and Pitt. The theme music is by Micky Erbe and Maribeth Solomon. Adderly doesn't like to admit that his initials "V.H." stand for "Virgil Homer", his parents being fans of the classical poets.moreless
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    Enos

    Enos

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    CBS (ended 1981)
    Affable sheriff's deputy Enos Strate got his own spin-off program from The Dukes of Hazzard for one season. On November 5, 1980, a "Dukes" episode entitled Enos Strate To The Top served as the pilot episode for Enos, showing Deputy Strate capturing two dangerous criminals. One week later, the show made its series premiere. The country boy had been invited to join LAPD in a premise similar to Dennis Weaver's character serving with NYPD in McCloud several years earlier. Unfortunately, the series only lasted 18 episodes. After it was cancelled, Sonny Shroyer took a year off and then returned to the "Dukes" for the last three years of that series seven year run.moreless
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    Bring 'Em Back Alive

    Bring 'Em Back Alive

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    CBS (ended 1983)
    Loosely based on the legendary wild animal collector Fran Buck (Bruce Boxleitner), Bring'Em Back Alive is an action adventure series that ran on CBS from September 1982 to May 1983. Buck's fame came from trapping animals in the jungles of Asia and bringing 'em back alive to the western world's circuses and zoos. Along with Tales Of The Gold Monkey, Bring 'Em Back Alive was a television response to the popular movie Raiders Of The Lost Ark.moreless
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    Whiz Kids

    Whiz Kids

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    CBS (ended 1984)
    Welcome to the Whiz Kids guide at TV.com.

    The "Whiz Kids" were Richie Adler, Todd Porter, Jeremy Saldino, and Alice Tyler. They would solve mysteries with the help of Richie's computer system called RALF. Farley (Max Gail) was their mentor.

    Other characters included Richie's sister Cheryl and Lt. Neal Quinn.moreless
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    Way Out (1961)

    Way Out (1961)

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    CBS (ended 1961)
    Every week, host Roald Dahl would provide the opening and closing monologues, imparting such gems as this: "I have a maiden aunt in Norway who was actually rolled out of bed onto the floor 3 nights running, by a ghost. But then she lives in what was once a very old trysting place. About 400 years ago, they bricked up a naughty girl in the wall of that room: that sort of thing always produces a ghost. If your wife is extremely delicate, and you tickle her to death, that will produce a ghost, too-- so you have to be careful. We have another one for you next week at the same time. Good night and sleep well."moreless
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    The Public Defender

    The Public Defender

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    CBS (ended 1955)
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    Search for Tomorrow

    Search for Tomorrow

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    CBS (ended 1986)
    One of the earliest TV soaps, Search for Tomorrow debuted on CBS in 1951 as a 15-minute live show, produced by Procter and Gamble. For most of the first half of its run, it would stay as that 15 minute live show, and quickly became a hit. The center of Search for Tomorrow was Mary Stuart's character Joanne, a Midwestern housewife. The ratings were high in the '50s, but the start of the next decade Search was in a ratings decline. To try to combat this, CBS brought in Frank and Doris Hursley as new writers for the show. The new writers weren't able to bring the ratings out of decline, and in 1963 the Hursleys left after a storyline involving Joanne's baby running in front of a car caused friction between the producers and star Stuart. In 1968, Search for Tomorrow finally abandoned its live format, moving to tape and extending the show to half an hour. In the 1970's, new storylines involving the younger characters on Search took center stage, while Joanne was cut back on her appearances. Many felt that this would be the death knell for Search, but it stayed consistent, pulling in a steady #4 rating among all soaps throughout the decade. In 1981, CBS decided that Search for Tomorrow would be better off in a new time slot (it had aired at 12:30 EST for its entire run up until that point), and moved the show to 2:30 PM, replacing it with The Young and the Restless (which still holds the spot to this day). This didn't work, as the ratings dipped once again. Proctor & Gamble wanted to move back to an earlier time slot, but CBS wouldn't bite and cancelled Search for Tomorrow in early 1982. The show was replaced by Capitol, which aired for four and a half seasons. NBC picked up the Search on March 29, 1982, and moved it back to its 12:30 timeslot (opposite the show that had replaced it, Y&R). The second soap to switch networks (The Edge of Night was the first). The ratings continued to slide, and by 1984 the writers were resorting to ridiculous plots and storylines to grab viewers. Nothing worked, as the show continued to struggle against the hit The Young and the Restless. Due to a missing video tape, one 1983 episode had to air live! NBC pulled the plug in 1986, and on December 26 the Search finally ended after 35-plus years. The show would be replaced by the game show Wordplay, which lasted eight months. When it ended, Search for Tomorrow had the longest run of any daytime soap opera (35 years). The record has since been surpassed by Guiding Light, which premiered on television one year after Search. Guiding Light is now in year 52. First Aired: September 3, 1951 Last Aired: December 26, 1986moreless
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    Rude Dog and the Dweebs

    Rude Dog and the Dweebs

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    CBS (ended 1990)
    Welcome to the Rude Dog and the Dweebs guide at TV.com. Created to promote a popular 80's line of sportswear, Rude Dog and the Dweebs was as colorful as the clothing it advertised. The punkish pooch himself drove a 1956 pink Cadillac across a backdrop of Beverly Hills imagined in hues of pastel and neon. Rude Dog ran an auto shop, where he was assisted by the Dweebs, a motley group of dog assistants. The team included the stuttering Caboose, the uptight Brit Winston, a Jack Nicholson-esque Reggie, Southern-accented Barney, Sach, who sounded like Ed Wynn, and a friendly Chihuahua named Tweek. Rude Dog himself spoke with a Brooklyn accent and had a girlfriend named Gloria. We all know that in the world of cartoons, dogs and cats hate each other, and the world of Rude Dog was no exception. Their feline foe was the vicious Seymour, and joining him in the chase was the ubiquitous dog catcher Herman and his assistant Rot. Each week, Rude Dog and company balanced their auto shop duties with attempts to elude the persistent Seymour, Herman, and Rot. The show aired on CBS for one Saturday-morning season. No word yet on whether the abrupt cancellation taught Rude Dog any manners.moreless
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    Raw Toonage

    Raw Toonage

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    CBS (ended 1993)
    Every week (well, most of the time...) a character from the Disney Pantheon hosts the series with a lesson on their area of expertease. Or at least they TRY to teach a lesson...The host then leads the episode into the show's three regular segments:

    HE'S BONKERS! - These were the shorts that Bonkers D. Bobcat was making before he got fired and became a police officer. Bonkers often has a deadline he has to meet, but in the process he winds up causing a lot of pain for his sidekick, Jitters A. Dog. But appreciation from the lovely Fawn Deer keeps him going.

    TOTALLY TASTELESS VIDEOS - Parodies of various movies and TV shows.

    MARSUPILAMI - Andre Franquin's popular character stars in his own shorts, here a wacky jungle creature with a best friend named Maurice the Ape and an arch-villain named Norman

    Only 12 episodes were made of this fairly unpopular series. However, two of the shorts continued on in their own series afterwards. Marsupilami got his own show as did Bonkers.

    The series later aired on Toon Disney for a few years but currently no longer airs in the US.moreless
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    Power of 10

    Power of 10

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    CBS (ended 2008)
    The contestants must answer five questions with each correct answer increasing their money by multiples of 10 beginning with $1,000 and going all the way up to $10 million. This show has a unique format which is different from most other game shows. It starts out with an elimination round where two people face each other in a series of 5 questions. They must try and guess what America said and the contestant who comes closest wins that question. The first one to win three questions gets the opportunity to play for $10 million. Once the contestant is chosen a first question is asked, in which there is a 40% range (Ex. 20-60%). They must try to guess how America has answered and America's answer must fall within that range. If they get that correct they win $1,000 and can chose to answer a second question or walk away with the money. The second question is a little harder and has a 30% range. The question is worth $1,000 to the power of 10, making it $10,000. The third question only has a 20% range making it a little tougher than the last. That question is worth $100,000. The fourth question only has a 10% range and is worth $1 million. If the contestant gets this correct they can once more choose to walk away or can go for $10,000,000. If they choose to go for the $10 million they have to pick the exact percent of Americans in regards to the fourth question; meaning they have a 1 in 11 chance of winning the $10,000,000. Contestants must also remember that if they don't walk away and get an answer wrong they go one step down and automatically leave with that amount. An example of that would be a contestant getting the $100,000 question wrong meaning they only had $10,000 and one step down from there is $1000, so they would leave with $1,000 dollars.moreless
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