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    The Simpsons

    The Simpsons

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    FOX (Returning September 25, 2016)
    This is the 25th Treehouse of Horror in the Simpsons organized by Matt Groening. It is divided in three parts. Fox also said that one of the main characters will die in season 25. Bart loses his head and then finds it attached to Lisa's. Together they go to second grade and at night Bart finds out that when Lisa sleeps he is in control of her body. The Simpsons kids are sick and can't have candy or go trick or treating, but then comes the Fat in the hat (who is basically Homer) and takes them to the streets. Later Bart, Lisa, and Maggie try to escape because Fat in the Hat wants them to stay with him forever. A parody of cat in the hat of Dr. Seuss' rhyme books. At the long time ago circus Strongman Homer wants to take the devil creator's (Moe's) emerald, so he makes Marge marry him to later kill him, but Marge doesn't want to kill Moe, so she dumps Strongman. Meanwhile, a group of circus clowns and monsters kill Mr.Burns and take over the circus. moreless
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    Karen's Song

    Karen's Song

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    FOX (ended 1987)
    Patty Duke plays a woman who falls in love with a much younger man. The show's premise centers on how the two love-birds deal with their romance, their jobs, and their friends and families.

    When Fox launched its primetime schedule in 1987, most critics believed that Karen's Song and George C. Scott's Mr. President were the young network's best chance at success. Both starred Oscar winners and had innovative concepts. However, neither show lasted longer than a season. Instead, Married with Children, a sitcom often overlooked by critics and network executives, became Fox's break-out show.moreless
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    The Tracey Ullman Show

    The Tracey Ullman Show

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    FOX (ended 1990)
    A variety/sketch show brought to you by a British comedian Tracey Ullman. The show was one of the first programs on the then-new FOX Network in the U.S. in the mid 1980s. Tracey's show was a sketch comedy show including lots of singing and dancing. "The Simpsons" appeared as short, animated sketches, interspersed between the main, live-action sketches.

    The Tracey Ullman Show led to the creation of the hit FOX show, "The Simpsons." It began as short skits on Ullman's Show. Overall the Simpsons made appearances in 48 episodes in the show's first three seasons and one additional appearance in the fourth and final season.moreless
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    Duet

    Duet

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    FOX (ended 1989)
    Duet was a romantic comedy focused on mystery writer Ben Coleman and caterer Laura Kelly as they dealt with all the ups and downs of a relationship, from courtship to marriage. With them every step of the way (whether they liked it or not) were Laura's quirky sister Jane; Ben's self-centered, neurotic best friend Richard and his demanding wife Linda (whom Ben once dated); and Ben's loyal dog, Reuben. In 1989, this series was revamped and retitled Open House. Both shows were repeated on Lifetime in the early 1990s.moreless
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    Second Chance

    Second Chance

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    FOX (ended 1987)
    Charles Russell dies, but since he is too good for hell and too bad for heaven, he is given the opportunity to go back to 1987 to assist his younger self, Chazz, in making better decisions at critical junctures in his life in order to (hopefully) get into heaven. As of December 1987, the show was revamped and retitled Boys Will Be Boys. The entire fantasy element of the series was dropped, along with Charles and St. Peter.moreless
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    Mr. President

    Mr. President

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    FOX (ended 1988)
    This show followed the home life of newly-elected U.S. President Samuel Tresch, his family and their adjustment to the Washington D.C. lifestyle. It was most well-known for being George C. Scott's return to network television, a medium he vowed to never return to again a quarter century before. While the show focused on the president's wife and children, White House office staff helped to round out the plots.moreless
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    The Wilton North Report

    The Wilton North Report

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    FOX (ended 1988)
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