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    The Catlins

    The Catlins

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    TBS (ended 1984)
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    The New Leave It to Beaver

    The New Leave It to Beaver

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    TBS (ended 1989)
    The New Leave It to Beaver was a sequel to the 1950s sitcom, Leave it to Beaver. The premise had Wally Cleaver and younger brother, Theodore "Beaver" Cleaver all grown up, with families of their own. Theodore is divorced, but his sons, Kip and Oliver live with him and they all live with his widow mom, June Cleaver in the suburbs. Wally lives next door with his wife and daughter Kelly and, later, son Kevin joins the brood. Eddie Haskell is still around, and he has a family as well, but Eddie will always be Eddie, and his two sons are no different. The New Leave It To Beaver began with the 1983 CBS film Still The Beaver, and was picked up in 1984 as a Disney Channel series with the same name. But it only lasted one season and was then picked up by TBS in 1986 and renamed The New Leave It To Beaver. The series lasted until 1989 and 101 total episodes were made. Broadcast History 1983----CBS----TV movie 1984-1985----Disney Channel----Series 1986-1989----TBS----Seriesmoreless
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    Down to Earth (1984)

    Down to Earth (1984)

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    TBS (ended 1987)
    The premise of this fondly remembered sitcom from the '80s, which ran on WTBS (before they dropped the "W") was best summed up with some words from the theme song... "Back in the days of Valentino, we know a maid named Ethyl was so bright and alive. But she was struck down by a trolley, golly; said goodbye in nineteen-twenty-and-five. Ethyl in Heaven awaited patiently to earn her wings and be an angel fancy free. Sixty years later the opportunity to help a family came. Back down to Earth to teach the Prestons lessons -- Richard, Lissy, Dwayne, and J.J. too..." In an attempt to earn her wings, Ethel is placed with the Preston family, where she acts as maid. Richard Preston, a widower and realtor, is the head of the clan. Duane is the class-conscious teenage son and Lissy is the teenage daughter. The youngest of the Preston clan is J.J., the only one who knows that Ethel is an angel, since she was the answer to his prayers. Over the years, there were a number of cast changes. First and foremost was ditzy next-door-neighbor Candy Carlyse, who popped in from time to time for comic relief. Initially, angel Mr. Divine watched over Ethel's shenanigans; but soon Mr. Lester Luster replaced him (though he was quickly dropped from the series too). They were later replaced with Jake, Ethel's former fiance (whom she left at the alter), a con-man who wound up turning his life around and becoming an angel. After Jake was dropped from the series, wacky Stanley McCloud watched over Ethel. It's also notable that this is the second series in which Dick Sergeant replaced a main character (the first being Bewitched). In the first season, Richard Preston was played by Stephen Johnson.moreless
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    WCW Clash of the Champions

    WCW Clash of the Champions

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    TBS (ended 1997)
    Jim Crockett, Jr. sold his regional promotion Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling to Turner Broadcasting (which already owned NWA Georgia & NWA Florida) to form the national promotion World Championship Wrestling(WCW). With Turner owning TBS, this offered a national forum for WCW. Enter Clash of the Champions. From March 27, 1988 to August 21, 1997 'Clash' provided PPV quality matches on cable television. Related Programs - WCW Monday Nitro - WCW Thunder - WCW Pay-Per-View - WCW Saturday Night - WCW Main Event - WCW WorldWidemoreless
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    Rocky Road

    Rocky Road

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    TBS (ended 1987)
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    WCW Saturday Night

    WCW Saturday Night

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    TBS (ended 2000)
    WCW Saturday Night was initially the main showcase of talent for World Championship Wrestling. However, when Nitro and Thunder came around, it merely became a show for wrestlers to defeat "enhancement talent", aka "Jobbers."moreless
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    NBA on TBS

    NBA on TBS

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    TBS (ended 2002)
    The NBA on TBS debuted during the 1984-1985 season and was the second cable station to show televised basketball. It aired weekly games as well as playoff coverage from the first round up until the conference finals.moreless
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    Tuesday Night Titans

    Tuesday Night Titans

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    TBS (ended 1993)
    Hosted by Vincent K. MaMahon and Co Host by Lord Alfred Hayes. Each Week McMahon brings on 3 or more guests to fill in the time slot to introduce themselves to the audience then show a match clip of that person. Some Notable guest Hulk Hogan, Andre the Giant & Big John Studd.moreless
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    The Bill Tush Show

    The Bill Tush Show

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    TBS (ended 1983)
    The Bill Tush Show was a comedy show on WTBS in the 1980s. The show consisted of sketch comedy, interviews, and musical guests. The Vapors made their debut of "Turning Japanese" on the Bill Tush Show.moreless
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    Night Tracks Chartbusters

    Night Tracks Chartbusters

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    TBS (ended 1991)
    Night Tracks Chartbusters preceeded Night Tracks with an hour long Top 10 music video countdown.
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    Safe at Home

    Safe at Home

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    TBS (ended 1987)
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    Power Hits

    Power Hits

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    TBS (ended 1990)
    Power Hits plays an hour of hard rock and metal music videos.
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    Night Tracks

    Night Tracks

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    TBS (ended 1992)
    This late night show plays music videos every Friday and Saturday night.
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    Power Play Dancin'

    Power Play Dancin'

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    TBS (ended 1989)
    Power Play Dancin' replaced Power Play with one hour of top dance music videos.
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    America's Music Tracks

    America's Music Tracks

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    TBS (ended 1984)
    This is a spinoff of Night Tracks that played 60 minutes of country music videos.
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    Power Play

    Power Play

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    TBS (ended 1988)
    Power Play airs an hour of popular music videos on Friday nights.