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    Riot

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    Gracepoint

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    Utopia

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    High School USA

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    This adult-themed animation chronicles the misadventures of Marsh Merriwether and his gang of friends as they navigate the challenging and frenetic experience known as high school.
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    The Finder

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    A spinoff of the popular series Bones starring Geoff Stults, a military-trained guy living in the Florida Keys, who finds people and things no one else can.
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    Bordertown

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    FOX Saturday Baseball Game of the Week

    FOX Saturday Baseball Game of the Week

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    Since June 1, 1996 FOX has been the broadcast home of Major League Baseball. Regional coverage of games airs every Saturday during the season as well as the playoffs.
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    Kirby: Right Back at Ya!

    Kirby: Right Back at Ya!

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    Kirby: Right Back at Ya! is based on the popular Nintendo character's games and adventures. The show is about a hero named Kirby landing on Dreamland which is ruled by King Dedede who only cares about himself and wants the Cappy Town citizens to do the same. In order to achieve this, Dedede comes up with schemes to get rid of Kirby. Kirby is one of Nintendo's most popular franchises. He's starred in the following Nintendo games. Kirby's Dream Land (Game Boy, 1992) Kirby's Adventure (Nintendo Entertainment System, 1993) Kirby's Pinball Land (Game Boy, 1993) Kirby's Dream Course (Super NES, 1995) Kirby's Avalanche (Super NES, 1995) Kirby's Dream Land 2 (Game Boy, 1995) Kirby's Block Ball (Game Boy, 1996) Kirby Super Star (Game Boy, 1996) Kirby's Star Stacker (Game Boy, 1997) Kirby's Dream Land 3 (Super NES, 1997) Super Smash Bros. (Nintendo 64, 1999) Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards (Nintendo 64, 2000) Kirby's Tilt 'N Tumble (Game Boy Color, 2001) Super Smash Bros. Melee (GameCube, 2001) Kirby: Nightmare in Dreamland (Game Boy Advance, 2002) Kirby Air Ride (GameCube, 2003) Kirby and the Amazing Mirror (Game Boy Advance, 2004) Kirby:Canvas Curse (Nintendo DS, 2005) Characters: Kirby: The star of the show! Kirby may look small and pink and pathetic, but he packs quite a punch! He can absorb his enemies shots with his vacuum-like powers and send them "Right Back At Ya!" Kirby lives in a little home beside a tree with Tokkori but will often sleep on a bird's nest. Tokkori: This grouchy bird lives with Kirby in a little house. Tokkori often plays as a messenger to Tiff about certain troubles. Tokkori swapped beds with Kirby, Tokkori sleeping on a bed and Kirby sleeping in a nest. Kirby would sometimes barge into his sleep and wake him up with a certain trouble at hand. Tiff: Tiff, the older sister of Tuff, is almost considered a "sidekick." Tiff lives in King Dedede's castle with her parents, Sir Ebrum & Lady Like, and has the ability to call for the warp star from Kabu. Tuff: Tuff is the younger brother of Tiff and always roots for Kirby in any battle. Tuff usually agrees with his sister but sometimes he would had a differ in mind. Tuff lives with his family in the King's castle. King Dedede: The monster-loving tyrant, known as King Dedede, neglects all the town's needs and wastes their riches on monsters that causes havoc. Escargoon, Dedede's servant, is Dedede's sidekick. King Dedede lacks reading and writing but loves to eat. Dedede lives in his castle on top of a hill. Escargoon: As a servant of King Dedede, he always follows the king's orders and carries out Dedede's plots. Escargoon would occasionally argue with the King but would often be responded with attacks from the King's hammer. Escargoon lives in the King's castle. Theme Song Lyrics Kirby, Kirby, Kirby, that's the name you should know Kirby, Kirby, Kirby, he's the star of the show He's more than you think, he's got maximum pink! Kirby, Kirby, Kirby's the one... He comes right back at ya! He comes right back at ya! Give it all that you got Take your very best shot He'll send it right back at ya for sure! Yeah! How can I help you, King Dedede? I need a monster to clobber that there Kirby! That's what we do best at N.M.E. You better get it with a money back guarantee! Oh, Kirby, Kirby, Kirby, savin' the day, Kirby, Kirby, Kirby, He's here to stay Don't be fooled by his size You won't believe your eyes Kirby! (Kirby!) Kirby! (Kirby!) Kirby, Kirby, Kirby, Kirby, Kirby's the one!!! Right back at ya! Yeah! Watch The Theme Song Here; High Resolution (Modem/Cable/etc) Watch The Theme Song Here; Low Resolution (Dial-Up, etc) Fox Box/4Kids TV Broadcast History* September 14, 2002 - March 15, 2003: Saturday @ 9:00 AM September 14, 2002 - February 1, 2003: Saturday @ 11:00 AM March 22, 2003 - June 28, 2003 : Saturday @ 9:30 AM April 26, 2003 - May 3, 2003 : Saturday @ 8:00 AM July 5, 2003 - May 8, 2004: Saturday @ 9:00 AM March 6, 2004 - April 24, 2004: Saturday @ 11:30 AM May 15, 2004 - June 19, 2004: Saturday @ 10:30 AM June 26, 2004 - July 3, 2004: Saturday @ 8:30 AM July 10, 2004 - September 11, 2004: Saturday @ 11:30 AM September 18, 2004 - January 1, 2005: Saturday @ 11:00 AM May 28, 2005 - July 2, 2005: Saturday @ 11:30 AM Special Presentations February 8, 2003: Saturday @ 8:30 AM May 1, 2004: Saturday @ 8:30 AM *As of January 22, 2005, the Fox Box was known as 4Kids TVmoreless
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    Love and Marriage

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    Welcome to the Love and Marriage (1996) guide at TV.com This series is also known as: Come Fly with Me. ---------------------------------- Directors: Robert Berlinger Gail Mancuso Jody Margolin John Sgueglia Max Tash Writers: Elaine Arata Lois Bromfield Mike Gandolfi Moe Jelline Mike Martineau Amy Sherman Sue Tenney Other crew Kristina West .... set costumermoreless
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    Breaking In

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    FOX's Breaking In is a workplace comedy, featuring Christian Slater as Oz, the leader of a team of young oddballs. The team of genius talent and security experts including Cameron Price (Bret Harrison), Melanie Garcia (Odette Yustman), Cash Sparks (Alphonso McAuley), and Trevor Moore (Josh Armstrong), work for a high-tech firm Contra Security, whose aim is to keep corporations safe from security breaches. However, this particular team, under Oz's masterful manipulations, often takes extremely dubious means to win clients for their protection services.

    Created by Adam F. Goldberg and Seth Gordon, the comedy boasts Adam Sandler as executive producer, along with his aptly named Happy Madison Productions. Slater will also serve as a producer.moreless
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    Wonderfalls

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    Welcome to the Wonderfalls guide. Set against the backdrop of Niagara Falls, Wonderfalls is a quirky one-hour family dramedy about an underachieving twenty-something souvenir shop worker named Jaye Tyler. Her life is forever changed when inanimate figures – including toys, cartoons and anything in the form of an animal, begin to talk to her. In each episode, the creatures' cryptic messages set into motion a chain of unpredictable events that invariably lead Jaye into the lives of others in need. Throughout the series' bizarre situations and madcap adventures, Jaye seeks advice from her best buddy Mahandra and befriends Eric, a local bartender who tries to help answer her unrequited questions. Is the universe conspiring against her? Is this real or just her imagination? Should she struggle with fate or surrender to destiny? Whatever the outcome one thing is for certain - Jaye will discover that the world around her is a magical place and that the seemingly random events in her life are actually all part of something much greater.moreless
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    The Chicago Code

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    Originally titled Ride-Along, The Chicago Code follows the story of Chicago's first female Superintendent of Police, Teresa Colvin, and her war against government corruption. With the aid of her "by-the-books" ex-partner, Jarek Wysocki, the two of them set their sights on Ronin Gibbons, a corrupt Alderman with ties to Chicago's criminal underworld, in an attempt to bring him to justice.moreless
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    Grounded for Life

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    Sean Finnerty and his lovely wife, Claudia, became parents right out of high school. Now 32, they struggle to keep their lives (and three children) under control. Claudia is a hostess at a swank restaurant, and Sean works in the subway tunnels. Working 9 to 5 and having three kids to maintain isn't an easy task, but they're doing the best that they can. Oldest daughter Lily, 14, is more than a handful. At that age where she thinks the world revolves around her, Lily devours the majority of the Finnerty's free time. Her little brother, Jimmy, is bookish to say the least, and stays out of trouble -- for the most part. And then there's the baby of the family, Henry, who's just a little off. Hyperactive and mischievous, Henry is usually secondary when it comes to problematic children. Helping Sean and Claudia deal with the brood is Sean's father, Walt, a crotchety man whose idea of a learning experience is teaching the boys how to dig a hole. If he hadn't been a father, he would have been a drill sergeant. Also helping to lighten the load is Sean's younger brother, Eddie, an unemployed stoner who spends his time hanging out with friends and "unknowingly" selling beepers to drug dealers. Over its first season the show evolved a unique take on standard sitcom structure. Each episode begins with a family crisis "explained" in flashbacks from various character's points of view, often overlapping, sometimes contradicting each other as we learn to distinguish what the narrators THINK happened from what we eventually learn REALLY happened. Since the Finnertys are at least nominally practicing Catholics, this usually involves issues of blame, responsibility, and guilt, guilt, guilt. In the third season, Grandpa Walt was phased out of the show (though he may appear in upcoming episodes). Sean and Eddie pooled their money and bought a bar (which Eddie initially intended to torch for the insurance money), which becomes the home away from home for the family. Music plays a big role in this series. Original music was written/performed by Ben Vaughn and Ween. The majority of the titles of the episodes are derived from pop songs. Emmy Nominations: 2001: Outstanding Choreography, Kenny Ortega for the episode "Mrs. Finnerty, You Have A Lovely Daughter" (lost). Broadcast History January 2001- June 2002: Wednesdays at 8:30 p.m. on FOX June 2002- December 2002: Tuesdays at 8:30 p.m. on FOX February 2003- August 2003: Fridays at 9:30 p.m. on WB August 2003- July 2004: Fridays at 9:00 p.m. on WB July 2004- January 2005: Fridays at 8:30 p.m. on WB First Telecast: January 10, 2001 Last Telecast: January 28, 2005 Episodes: 91 Episodesmoreless
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    Nashville

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    This new "docu-soap" follows a group of people as they try to make it big in Nashville's music and social scenes. Participants include Jamey Johnson, Matt Jenkins, Lindsey Hager, Jeff Allen, Clint Moseley, Chuck Wicks, Rachel Bradshaw, Mika Combs, and Sarah Gunsolus. After only two episodes the show got pulled from the weekly schedule, but set to return on November 9th 2007, but even before that happened FOX pulled the plug once and for all canceling the show and taking the show off for ever. It remains unknown how many episodes were produced in the first place.moreless
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    Young Hercules

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    Follow teenage half-god/half-mortal Hercules and his friends, Iolaus and Jason, as they learn about life, love and friendship on their action-packed adventures and watch as they encounter Hercules' not-so-loving Olympian family and the consequences of such encounters. Basically a prequel to: Hercules, the Legendary Journeys. The voiceover during the theme went as follows: In an age of light and darkness Zeus, King of the Gods, rules the universe. He had a son, young Hercules. Half-god, half-man, young Hercules longs to find his place in this world... the father he's never known, and what it means to be a hero. Before the man became legend... before the legend became myth... came the greatest adventure of all... young Hercules. FILMING LOCATION/TIME: Young Hercules was filmed on location in Auckland, New Zealand from May 1998 to January 1999. BROADCASTING: UNITED STATES: The series aired on FOX. CANADA: The series aired on YTV and FOX ============================= Runtime: 30 min (50 episodes) Country: USA Language: English Color: Color Sound Mix: Dolby =================== Production Companies * MCA Television * Renaissance Pictures Distributors * MCA Television * Studios USA Television Special Effects * Flat Earth Productions ============================= Awards Daytime Emmy Awards 1999 -- Nominated Outstanding Sound Editing -- Tim Isle (supervising music editor), George Haddad (sound/adr editor) Outstanding Sound Editing -- Yuri Reese (re-recording mixer), George Haddad (re-recording mixer), Richard Hansen (production mixer) Outstanding Sound Mixing, Yuri Reese (re-recording mixer), George Haddad (re-recording mixer), Richard Hansen (production mixer) Writers Guild of America, USA 2000 -- Nominated --WGA Award (TV) Children's Script -- Shari Goodhartz [For episode "Hind Sight"] ============================ Release dates Sweden -- 3 January 1999 France -- 10 April 1999 Spain -- 2000 Hungary -- 26 May 2001 ========================== Filming Locations 1. Auckland, New Zealand 2. Los Angeles, California, USA 3. New Zealand ======================= CREW Directed by Chris Graves Charlie Haskell Andrew Merrifield Simon Raby (block 13) T.J. Scott (pilot) Writing credits (in alphabetical order) Michael Edens series (episode "The Between Friends") (episode "Down and Out in Academy Hills") (episode "Winner Take All") (episode "Under Siege") (story) (episode "The Prize") (writer) (episode "Head that Wears the Crown") Brian Herskowitz Eric Lewald head writer Julia Lewald head writer John Loy Steven Melching Doug Molitor co-story Brooks Wachtel writer (episode "Battlelines") Produced by Cynthia Hsiung .... producer Sam Raimi .... executive producer Robert G. Tapert .... executive producer (as Rob Tapert) Original Music by Joseph LoDuca Cinematography by Kevin Riley Art Direction by Nick Bassett Makeup Department Lynn Barber .... makeup artist: second unit Michael Krehl .... makeup artist Production Management Nicki Ellis .... production manager Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Michele Priest .... first assistant director Quentin Whitwell .... second assistant director Art Department Chris Hollyer .... property master Sound Department Markus Braack .... sound mixer: foreign version Jason George .... adr supervisor Tim Isle .... music editor Steve Scoville .... dialogue editor Brad Segal .... supervising music editor Special Effects by Jabin Dickins .... floor supervisor Ryan Hartnett .... special effects technician Visual Effects by Kevin Blank .... visual effects Steve Bobertz .... visual effects coordinator Everett Burrell .... visual effects supervisor Kristen Fitzner .... visual effects Omar McClinton .... visual effects coordinator: Flat Earth Productions David Rednour .... digital artist Eric Reinhard .... 2D composite artist: Flat Earth Productions Rod Ripley .... data management: Flat Earth Productions Kevin Struckman .... digital effects artist: Flat Earth productions Kenneth Voss .... digital artist (uncredited) Stunts Ben Cooke .... assistant stunt coordinator Glen Levy .... stunts Sheree Swords .... stunt double Sheree Swords .... stunt performer Other crew Steve Bobertz .... assistant editor Daniel Kolton .... composer: additional music Stephanie Laffin .... casting associate: New York Dale McCready .... camera operator Howard Meltzer .... casting: New York Allison Wilke .... casting assistant (pilot episode) ======================= TRIBUTE: Xena Star Smith Killed In Fall 18 February 2002 (StudioBriefing) New Zealand actor Kevin Smith, 38, who played the recurring role of Ares on the syndicated TV series Xena Warrior Princess and Young Hercules and had recently landed a leading role opposite Bruce Willis in the upcoming feature Man of War, has died of brain injuries in Beijing following a fall. Details of the apparent accident were sketchy. Smith, who presumably is no relation to the American director of the same name, had reportedly just completed work on a joint Sino-U.S. production. His death touched off an outpouring of grief on a Xena website as well as eulogies from New Zealand newspaper columnists and political figures. The country's Associate Arts, Culture and Heritage Minister Judith Tizard said in a statement, "Kevin Smith was a wonderful New Zealand actor who was known not only for his enormous talent and amazing beauty, but also for his intelligence and self-effacing humor." ==============================moreless
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    Does Someone Have To Go

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    Medabots

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    In the year 2122 everybody who is anybody has their own Medabot that they use to robattle opponents. Ikki Tenryo and Metabee are new to the robattling scene but aren't going to let inexperience get in their way, especially when there are rivals to fight and bad guys to defeat.moreless
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    I Hate My Teenage Daughter

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    Two women have daughters who act exactly like the girls who made fun of them in high school.
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    Divorce Court

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    Courtroom-themed shows have been a staple of syndicated television for many years. One of the earliest and most enduring examples of this realtiy-based genre (long before the term "reality TV" had even been coined) is Divorce Court. It may be hard for some of today's younger audiences to believe, but the original Divorce Court bowed in 1957 and lasted 12 years in daily syndication. A new, harder-edged Divorce Court bowed in 1985 and ran another five seasons. The current version, involving real-life divorcing couples and even more hard-edged, bowed in 1999. In both versions, divorcing couples presented their stories before the judge – Voltaire Perkins in the 1950s and 1960s version; William B. Keene (best known for presiding over the William Bonin "freeway killer" trial) issued his rulings in the 1980s. A new case was presented each day, with usually – but not always – both litigants seeking a divorce. The court reporter briefed the TV audience on the basics (the names, reasons for the divorce, how long they've been married and other issues the soon-to-be ex-couples wanted resolved (including child custody and asset division)). The attorneys each gave opening statements, while the litigants, along one or two supporting witnesses, giving their side of the story and enduring cross-examination. Many of the stories involved accusations of cruelty, adultery, desertion and irreconcilable differences, while the cases often had many strange twists and turns. And – rather than focus on the henpecked wife's affair with the milkman or the husband's meddlesome mother interfering with and ultimately ruining the marriage – Divorce Court focused on more sensational cases with "shock value." For example: • A father who deliberately involved his children in "accidents" so he could collect on the insurance. He would pay them off by offering them presents and other rewards. • The woman who hosted male-stripper parties overnight while her husband was "working late" and suspected of having an affair of his own. Frequently, the judge interviewed minor children involved in cases where child custody was at issue. The judge always rendered his decision by the end of the program and resolved other divorce issues, such as alimony, division of assets and child custody. Although the cases were fiction, they were said to be based on real-life divorce cases. Many of the stories during the 1957 and 1985 versions of Divorce Court explored serious issues, including racism, alcohol and drug abuse, war, cancer, grief, pornography and much more. In later years of the 1980s version, some divorce proceedings were played out over multiple shows; litigants (instead of spending five minutes on the stand and enduring a one-minute cross-examination), now could possibly spend the entire program on the stand. The court reporters interviewed the litigants prior to each show. Unlike the 1957 and 1985 incarnations, which used actors as the litigants and student attorneys to argue each case, the 1999 revival of Divorce Court was promoted as settling real-life divorce cases invovling acutal couples. The couples presented their stories before Judge Mablean Ephriam, who gave her decision and settled the requisite divorce issues at the end of the show. On Wednesday, April 1, 2009 and Thursday, April 2, 2009, a special two-part session of Divorce Court will air starring former evangelical prearcher Ted Haggard and his wife Gayle. Ted was one of America's most influential and respected Christian leaders until his secret life unfolded in the media headlines, with accusations of a drug fueled, affair with a male prostitute. Tune in and find out what Judge Toler has to say to both Ted and Gayle about the scandal that shocked the nation and made the once popular pastor an outcast.moreless
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    Don't Forget the Lyrics

    Don't Forget the Lyrics

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    Wayne Brady hosts this game show in which contestants are given a microphone, put on the spot and challenged to remember the lyrics to popular songs. The contestants must correctly fill in the missing lyrics for a chance to win money. There are 10 types of music and 10 different songs. If the contestant correct fills in all of the missing lyrics to the 10 songs they will take home one million dollars. There are 3 helps that are available to the contestant during the game. 2 Words which is where the contestant can check the correctness of 2 of the words they have chosen as the lyrics. 3 Lines gives the contestant three multiple choices for the missing lyrics. Back Up Singers, which are family and friends of the contestant that can help them with the lyrics. The back up singers will also have to take the microphone and sing the lyrics. Contestants can choose to go home at any time and take the money they have earned so far with them. If they answer incorrectly, then they could go home with nothing.moreless
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