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    Grosse Pointe

    Grosse Pointe

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    This "show-within-a-show" comedy from Darren Star takes a satirical look at the action behind the scenes of a teen prime-time soap. It centers on the on and off-camera antics of five actors who star in a fictional high school drama called Grosse Pointe. WB Broadcast History September 2000 - October 2000: Fridays 8:30 PM November 2000 - February 2001: Sundays 9:30 PMmoreless
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    Baby Blues

    Baby Blues

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    Baby Blues was based on the famous cartoon strip of the same name. It follows a married couple who lives in a quaint neighborhood with not-so-quiet neighbors. It, like Mission Hill received poor treatment on the WB before being picked up by Adult Swim.moreless
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    The Bedford Diaries

    The Bedford Diaries

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    Set at a small liberal-arts college in Manhattan, The Bedford Diaries is an ensemble drama about the lives of resident and commuter students from all kinds of social and economic backgrounds and their teachers. The show specifically centers on a human behavior seminar where (the students) openly talk about their sexual lives or the lack of sexual lives and come to understand themselves and the world they live in better.moreless
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    Coconut Fred's Fruit Salad Island

    Coconut Fred's Fruit Salad Island

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    On a tiny tropical haven, known as Fruit Salad Island, live and breathe bananas, melons, mangos, lemons and other fruit who have made it their home. The fruity islanders spend all day basking in the three S's...sun, surf and sleeping. But the islanders are not alone. They share their peaceful island paradise with a real nut – a wacky, weird and wild coconut named Fred. A ball of endless energy, filled with a big heart and sweet, sloshy milk, Fred is an eternal optimist who pursues his dreams, solves his own problems – and never ever quits.

    From sunrise to sunset, Fred constantly contemplates his next big idea – and whatever he thinks about actually happens. Nobody knows how he does it, but when Fred starts wishing…watch out! This zany nut and his crop of cohorts splash onto Saturday mornings as Coconut Fred's Fruit Salad Island is produced by Warner Bros. Animation.

    The show consists of two mini episodes named 1a and 1bmoreless
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    Greetings from Tucson

    Greetings from Tucson

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    In this autobiographical family comedy, based on the life of series creator Peter Murrieta, life is seen through the eyes of 15-year-old David Tiant (Pablo Santos) as he faces the challenges of growing up in an ethnically mixed, upwardly mobile family. David's dad Joaquin (Julio Oscar Mechoso, "High Incident", "Damon") is a proud yet infuriatingly pragmatic Mexican-American. Joaquin's world is built on old-fashioned values of working hard to get ahead, taking care of your family and - the one that causes the most trouble - father knows best. His wife, Elizabeth (Rebecca Creskoff, "Quintuplets") is an Irish-American who is fiercely proud of her husband and family. David's cheerleading diva of an older sister, Maria (Aimee Garcia, "All About the Andersons"), is having a little identity crisis of her own, rejecting her Mexican roots and telling people that the family is Spanish. Also living with the family is David's irreverent Uncle Ernesto (Jacob Vargas) who is gainfully employed as an animal control officer, yet tends to drift good-naturedly through life, having acquired three ex-wives and a young son named Daniel (Bobby Chavez) along the way. Little Daniel looks up to his cousin David and is in constant awe of his relatives' new status as members of the middle class. The matriarch of the family is David's free-spirited grandmother, Magdalena (Lupe Ontiveros), who is determined to escape the old folks' home, where her only entertainment is breaking every rule, and move in with her beloved grandchildren. Knowing that his mother will cause as much trouble as his teenage children do, Joaquin has been fighting this move every step of the way. Joaquin's recent promotion has enabled the family to move to a bigger house in a nice Tucson neighborhood, and David is pleasantly surprised when his new next-door-neighbor, Sarah (Sara Paxton), turns out to be not only a very pretty girl, but a potential best friend. At the center of this chaotic family circle is the relationship between Joaquin and David, whose mixed heritage only adds to the eternal adolescent dilemma of exactly how - and if - he fits in. Though he is secretly proud of his son, Joaquin rarely shows it, and his first impulse is always to criticize rather than praise. Not really appreciating how bright David is, Joaquin is convinced that without his constant advice, his son is headed for disaster. As with most father-son relationships, the truth is that they have a lot to learn from each other. An unconventional family comedy, Greetings From Tucson is from executive producers Rob LaZebnik (The Simpsons), Peter Murrieta (Second City), Howard Klein (King of the Hill) and David Miner for Turner Television. Before Greetings from Tucson, some of the show's titles were This Time and Just Like You.moreless
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    Run of the House

    Run of the House

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    Since mom and dad have made a temporary move from the frigid winters of Grand Rapids to sunny Arizona to protect dad's health, you'd think it'd be pretty sweet at home for 15-year-old Brooke Franklin (Margo Harshman, Even Stevens). You'd be wrong. Brooke's brothers, Kurt (Joseph Lawrence, American Dreams) and Chris (Kyle Howard, Grosse Pointe, Orange County), and her sister Sally (Sasha Barrese, Just Shoot Me) are in charge. Though there is the usual bickering about household responsibilities and personal lifestyles, Brooke's siblings share more than a common gene pool; they also share a real concern about Brooke's well-being and the intention to raise their youngest sister correctly. The problem is that they usually have three different opinions on how to do it. All three of Brooke's older siblings have their own distinct approach to her upbringing. Kurt is the oldest and most responsible of the group, and although things are generally chaotic in the Franklin home, he prides himself on being the one in charge of the family. Second in line is Sally, who is beautiful and endearingly self-involved, although undeniably devoted to Brooke. The youngest brother, Chris, is slightly flaky but highly intelligent and uses his wit and charm to get away with just about anything. In many ways, Brooke is the most grown-up member of this unconventional family. She is unusually mature and trustworthy for a 15-year-old, but she knows her siblings are never going to acknowledge this. While the older kids argue over rules and responsibilities, Brooke is often the voice of reason. In a house full of young adults, there are bound to be plenty of crises that have nothing to do with Brooke. Each sibling is totally wrapped up in concerns about his or her own relationship, broken heart, sex life and career - or, in Chris' case, lack of a career. Mom and Dad call home to check in on a regular basis, but adult supervision is almost non-existent, unless you count the extremely nosey neighbor, Mrs. Norris (Mo Gaffney, That '70s Show) who loves dropping in unexpectedly to see if anything shocking is going on. She is rarely disappointed. A realistic, funny and youthful sibling comedy, Run of the House is from executive producer Betsy Thomas (Then Came You), along with executive producers Eric & Kim Tannenbaum and Robert Sternin & Prudence Fraser (The Nanny) for The Tannenbaum Company and Two Out Rally Productions in association with Warner Bros. Television Production Inc. (From TheWB.com Press Release) Note #1- The show was originally titled Coming Home during its development.moreless
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    Safe Harbor

    Safe Harbor

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    Sheriff John Loring is a widower who lives in a beach-side motel with his sons and his mother in the short-lived drama series.
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    Superman Red Son: Motion Comics

    Superman Red Son: Motion Comics

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    Superman Red Son: Motion Comics bring the pages of Mark Millar's Eisner-Award-nominated comic book series that re-imagined the iconic American superhero as a communist champion. The story begins like the original Superman, with baby Superman traveling through space in a rocket ship and landing on Earth. However, instead of landing in rural Kansas and being raised to believe in American values, his rocket ship crashes into a Ukrainian farm. The young hero grows up in Russia and becomes the champion of the common worker, fighting on the side of socialism during Stalin's reign. What begins as one small shift in trajectory results in massive changes for the world, as the most powerful man alive no longer belongs to the United States of America. As time passes, Superman becomes more involved in Russia's politics, using his reputation to influence international governments and promote the expansion of communist values. In Superman Red Son: Motion Comics, this inventive and celebrated story is animated and narrated in 12 parts.moreless
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    Pepsi Smash

    Pepsi Smash

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    The WB will bring six episodes of a new live music series this summer, which feature Pepsi as a premiere sponsor. The cola giant will fork over a large chunk of the show's estimated $800,000 to $1 million budget. Joel Gallen is set to produce the series. Each episode will include at least six live music performances along with a countdown feature and celebrity appearances.moreless
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    The Starlet

    The Starlet

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    The Starlet is the ultimate wish-fulfillment reality series. A behind-the-scenes look at the Hollywood star-making machine on fast forward, The Starlet takes a group of 10 beautiful and talented aspiring actresses and puts them through an intense Hollywood "boot camp," complete with acting classes, live performances, screen tests and brutally honest critiques by a panel of judges headed by Academy Award-winning actress Faye Dunaway (Bonnie and Clyde, Chinatown, Network). In addition to Ms. Dunaway, the panel of judges consists of film star Vivica A. Fox (Kill Bill. Vol. 1, Independence Day, Soul Food) and famed casting director Joseph Middleton (Mr. And Mrs. Smith, Legally Blonde, The Bourne Identity). Set in the glitter of Tinsel Town, "The Starlet" has one purpose - to discover the next young actress with the potential to become a major star. The prize is truly a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity: a career-launching role on The WB's hit drama "One Tree Hill," a one-year management contract with 3 Arts Entertainment and an overall talent deal with The WB. In order to win, each young woman will have to prove she has three special gifts - talent, star quality and attitude. Another Hollywood insider - Katie Wagner, daughter of Robert Wagner - is the series' host. Even the locations are rich in Hollywood history. The actresses live together in a house once owned by the ultimate starlet, Marilyn Monroe. Screen tests take place in renowned Hollywood locations: Los Angeles' old Orpheum Theater, where Judy Garland once performed; Griffith Park's Bronson Caves, which have appeared in countless films and served as the Bat Cave in the "Batman" television series; and the Sunset Strip's Comedy Store, where scores of comedians have made the leap from obscurity to stardom. Along the way, the actresses have the benefit of classes with top acting coaches in drama, comedy and commercials. Guest-stars drop in to help with scenes, including Jaime Pressly (Not Another Teen Movie, Jack & Jill) and David Gallagher (7th Heaven). The actresses also compete to appear in a special "style" video for Garnier hair products. In each episode, one actress is selected for special rewards, including a glamorous walk down the red carpet at the film premiere of "Ocean's 12" with "Days of Our Lives" star Matt Cedeño. Other "star treatments" include a photo session with sought-after photographer Simon Gluckman, a makeover with top stylists and a power dinner with a Hollywood director. Real-life drama fills each episode as the actresses live in the same house and compete for the life-changing prize. Under intense pressure, friendships and rivalries are formed and countless tears are shed. Tension builds as the aspiring actresses are eliminated when Faye Dunaway delivers the most feared line in Hollywood: "Don't call us, we'll call you." Each girl is aware that the stakes are high, the dream is very close and that only one of them will emerge as the hottest new actress in Hollywood - "The Starlet." The Starlet is from Next Entertainment Studios in association with Telepictures Productions with executive producers Mike Fleiss (The Bachelor, The Bachelorette), Jamie Kennedy (The Jamie Kennedy Experiment, Malibu's Most Wanted) and co-executive producers Ellen Rapoport (co-author of the book "Wannabes"), Josh Etting (The Jamie Kennedy Experiment) and Scott Einziger ("The Amazing Race 2 & 3," The Howard Stern Show).moreless
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    That's Warner Bros!

    That's Warner Bros!

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    When the Warner Brothers' Television Network, the WB, began broadcasting in 1995, with a 'Kids' WB!' assortment of animated programs, it seemed logical that the offering should feature the classic Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies cartoons for which Warner Brothers' animation division is famous. Thus, a new package of the classic cartoon shorts was assembled under the title of That's Warner Bros.!. 65 episodes were compiled and aired weekday mornings or afternoons, depending on the wish of individual affiliates. The majority of shorts on That's Warner Bros.! were those which had previously been airing on the Nickelodeon cable television network. Each half-hour show consisted of three shorts and one "Hip Clip". "Hip Clips" were excerpts of varying length pulled from certain cartoons to fill time. The show's opening was mostly the same as the one that was used on the Fox Network's version of Merrie Melodies (1992-1994). The differences were a new, jazzy music playing as Bugs makes his way through the Warner lot to the studio and, of course, the That's Warner Bros.! logo replacing the one for Merrie Melodies. Unlike Merrie Melodies, however, each That's Warner Bros.! show did not always feature a Bugs Bunny cartoon short. After one season, the show was updated. Its title was changed to The Bugs N' Daffy Show and given a new, catchy theme song, as Daffy and Bugs sing about the stars of the show.moreless
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    Waltons: The Movie Collection

    Waltons: The Movie Collection

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    Waltons: The Movie Collection is a collection series of six post-series reunion movies from the beloved and heartfelt television family, The Waltons. This collection includes 'A Wedding on Walton's Mountain' from 1982, 'Mother's Day on Walton's Mountain' from 1982, 'A Day for Thanks on Walton's Mountain' from 1982, 'A Walton's Thanksgiving Reunion' from 1993, 'A Walton Wedding' from 1995 and 'A Walton Easter' from 1997. In 'A Wedding on Walton's Mountain' young Erin (Mary Beth McDonough) must make the choice of marrying her fianc' Paul or choosing to marry her old boyfriend and sweetheart Ashley. Who will she pick to be her new husband? 'Mother's Day on Walton's Mountain' follows Mary Ellen (Judy Norton-Taylor) while she is on her honeymoon. She suffers a terrible accident that may ultimately leave her with the inability to have children. 'A Day for Thanks on Walton's Mountain' follows the family as their plans to reunite become interrupted by a series of several personal crises the family must deal with them and hopefully be able to spend time together. 'A Walton's Thanksgiving Reunion' shows the family as they morn the death and loss of president JFK. 'A Walton Wedding' follows John-Boy as he returns home for his upcoming nuptials and things quickly get out of hand. Lastly, 'A Walton Easter' is a celebration of John and Olivia's 40th wedding anniversary and the entire family comes home together to celebrate and be together.moreless
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    Max Steel

    Max Steel

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    Max Steel starts off when college student and sportsman Josh McGrath almost dies when a freak accident infuses his body with nanoprobes. But it is discovered that if periodically charged with trans-phasic energy, they not only enable him to survive but give him superhuman abilities. He adopts the secret identity of Max Steel, now working for his foster father Jefferson Smith as one of N-Tek's elite team of high-tech secret agents. However, this considerably complicates Josh's relationship with his girlfriend Laura and his friendship with Pete. Characters Max Steel: Josh's other half. He is the hero who saves the day. Josh sometimes uses Max as a disguise when doing undercover work. Josh McGrath: A normal college student who is an extreme sport athlete. He was involved in an accident that caused him to be dependent on "T" juice. This caused him to live a double life as Max Steel. Kat: Kat is mostly what you call a "punk" She isn't as strict as Rachel was, but she knows how to fight. She is now Max's partner, since Rachel was promoted. Rachel Leeds: A top agent in N-Tech. She is in charge of contolling max and being his "handler." She used to be Max's partner . Dr. Roberto "Berto" Martinez: At 18 years old, he is already one of the most famous experts in pano-technology. He was assign to Max and through a bio link, he can see what Max sees, and hears what Max hears. He's also constantly monitoring the nano probes in Max's body, so he can survive. Laura Chen: Josh's girlfriend. She wants to spend all her time with Josh but He is busy saving the world. Although she doesn't know Josh's secret she is gutsy and doesn't want Josh to be harmed in any way. Pete Costas: Josh's best friend. He's sometimes not very smart, but he's couragous and very curious.moreless
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    Mucha Lucha!

    Mucha Lucha!

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    ¡Mucha Lucha! is an over-the-top comedy-adventure about honor, family, tradition... and donuts. The series explores the Latino cultural phenomenon known as "Lucha Libre." In a world where no one removes their colorful mask ever and success depends on having a "signature move," three mascaritas - Rikochet, Buena Girl and The Flea - study and live the "Code of Masked Wrestling" and go to school at the Formost World-Renowned International School of Lucha. This bold comedy combines irreverent humor and visually dynamic fantasy-action in two fast-paced 11-minute episodes and is the first-ever all-flash animated series on broadcast television. Character Bios: Rikochet - The main Luchador of the show, Rikochet wants to be the school's greatest Luchador ever! He's master of the "Pulverzing Pinball" attack, as well as the "Spinning Top" and other attacks. Buena Girl - Buena Girl's knowledge of the Code of Masked Wrestling is surpassed by none, giving her an edge in matches. Her special attack is "The Buena Bulldozer of Truth", and she stands for all things Buena. The Flea - The Flea, Buena Girl, and Rikochet are like the three amigos, literally! But they call themselves the Three Mascaritas! The Flea is kind of the nasty one, the only things that can beat him are showers, killer masked toilets, and good hygiene! The Flea also refers to himself in the third-person perspective. Snow Pea - Snow Pea is the gentle, baby like, mascarita of the school. He doesn't appear to like violence, and he pretty much loses every fight he gets himself into. His signature move is called: "The Cuddly Hug of Friendship"! His signature move is quite strangely, only a hug. He is very small and he wears a green pea pod costume, and the only thing that Snow Pea knows how to say is his own name! Cindy Slam - She is a violent little mascarita who hates just about everything and can get very angry, very easily. Her attitude is just about as scary as her signature move: "The Cindy Slammer"! When she uses her signature move her hands turn into giant brick walls that can crush just about anything. It is highly recommended that you do not anger her. If you leave her alone, then you might just be spared the pain of her fury. Masked Dog - Masked Dog is just about the coolest dog you'll ever meet. Everyone knows him, and everyone loves him. His signature move is called: "Knocking Paws". It is basicly just a super cool handshake. Masked Dog is always there at his master's side when Rickochet needs him the most. Kids' WB! Broadcast History Saturdays August 17, 2002 - January 18, 2003: Saturday @ 10:30 AM January 25, 2003 - February 8, 2003: Saturday @ 11:30 AM September 13, 2003 - February 7, 2004: Saturday @ 10:30 AM February 14, 2004 - May 8, 2004: Saturday @ 11:30 AM June 5, 2004 - Current: Saturday @ 8:30 AM April 23, 2005 - Current: Saturday @ 8:00 AM Weekdays August 2, 2004 - October 15, 2004: Monday-Friday @ 3:30 PM December 13, 2004 - April 8, 2005: Monday-Friday @ 3:30 PM Special Presentations April 21, 2003 - April 25, 2003: Monday-Friday @ 3:30 PM February 21, 2005 - February 25, 2004: Monday-Friday @ 4:00 PM Awards & Nominations 2004 Motion Picture Sound Editors - Best Sound Editing in Television Animation: Music (Nominated)moreless
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    Blue Collar TV

    Blue Collar TV

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    Jeff Foxworthy, Bill Engvall and Larry the Cable Guy, along with an ensemble cast including Brooke Dillman, Ashley Drane, Ayda Field, Heath Hyche, Peter Oldring and Gary Anthony Williams, and recurring guest star Ron White, star on BLUE COLLAR TV. The show makes comedy out of the life of the ordinary, working class individual with a different theme in each episode.moreless
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    Unhappily Ever After

    Unhappily Ever After

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    Jack Malloy is the stressed-out and hallucinating father who works at a used car lot where his boss is his father in-law. Jennifer "Jennie" Malloy is the mother. She has little time for any of her kids or for her husband. Maureen Slattery is Jennie's mother (Jack's mother in-law). Ryan Malloy is the oldest son who is not too bright. Ryan is disliked by both parents; primarily, because he was conceived on their first date becoming the reason why they are all together in this mess and secondly, because he's stupid. Tiffany Malloy is the beautiful, smart daughter. She is envied by her mother and worshipped by her father who relishes her intelligence and her virginity. Ross Malloy is the youngest, forgotten child. He is of average intelligence but progressively develops a warped personality from the lack of any parental love. Mr. Floppy is a stuffed rabbit that Ross gave to Jack. After the stresses of separating from Jennie and having to leave his house, Jack begins to imagine Mr. Floppy is talking to him. Despite being a creation of Jack's own mind, Mr. Floppy shows Jack no more respect than anybody else does; but to Jack, Mr. Floppy becomes his best friend and faithful companion.moreless
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    The Crow: Stairway to Heaven

    The Crow: Stairway to Heaven

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    Exactly one year after his death, rock musician, Eric Draven, returns to earth in a symbolic and literal leap from the bridge that joins the Land of the Dead and the land of the living. Possessing the mystic powers of The Crow, he is neither living nor dead, searching for a way to right what has been wronged.

    The Crow: Stairway to Heaven continues the legacy of Eric Draven and expands on the mythology of the successful feature film franchise. Joined as soulmates, Draven and his girlfriend Shelly were inseparable — until they were brutally and senselessly murdered.

    Now, their souls cannot rest. Their romance endures through time and death, creating an incredible longing between the young lovers. Draven seeks redemption by helping others, fighting for those who cannot fight for themselves. Through each act of justice, he is taken one step closer to his own salvation.

    A foot soldier on the side of good, at Draven's core is a powerful force that transforms him into The Crow — his alter ego.

    Draven's return to Earth arouses both suspicion and curiosity from Daryl Albrecht, the police lieutenant who has never given up his crusade to solve the vicious crime that cost Eric and Shelly their lives.

    Eric also has other earthly allies. He and Shelly remain connected to Sarah, a 13-year-old kid who is streetwise beyond her years and who regarded the dead lovers as family. While her rebellious nature can be her worst enemy, she is the grounded voice of reality for Eric.

    Even a dead man needs to get a life. Although Eric Draven has been changed forever, he must exist, at least for now, in the world of the living.

    During the opening theme of the show, the voice-overs of Eric and Shelly say:

    SHELLY: People once believed that when someone dies, a Crow carries their soul to the Land of the Dead

    DRAVEN: But sometimes something so bad happens that a terrible sadness is carried with it and the soul can't rest

    SHELLY: Then sometimes, just sometimes, the Crow can bring the soul back to put things right

    DRAVEN: Things can never be right, my soul will never rest, until we are together again.

    The Crow: Stairway to Heaven was filmed in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.moreless
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    Histeria!

    Histeria!

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    Histeria was the short-lived animated show on Kids' WB! The show was a cartoon look at one of the most boring subjects of all: History. This show takes that boring subject and molds it into entertainment while still teaching the viewers something. This show was hilarious with its off-the-wall and slapstick comedy takes on the Civil War, the American Revolution, and many many more. Never before has President Washington been in such a compromising position as when the Histeria gang comes along! Histeria! had 52 episodes. Though this show lived a short but enjoyable run, it was canceled due to low ratings, which were more or less caused by hype in the new show Pokémon which was a much cheaper show to produce and had a much bigger following. Characters Father Time - Based on the mythological figure, he is pretty much the ringleader of the cast, as he is usually introducing the sketches. He is very very old and doesn't like to be reminded of it. Big Fat Baby - A baby with a bad habit of stinking up the place. The kids frequently ask historical celebrities to change Big Fat Baby's diaper, saying that the last time he had a clean diaper was before something that happened a long time ago. He is a parody of Baby New Year, because the sketches always begin with a shot of him wearing a ribbon dictating whatever year it takes place in. Miss Information - Usually shown leading three unnamed adults and two kids around, this ditzy tour guide believes the whole world is a museum she works for and often gets her facts wrong. World's Oldest Woman - An old lady who apparently pre-dated everything and tries to date every man she meets Loud Kiddington - The leader of the Kid Chorus, so named for his constant shouting. He often reenacts loud moments in history. Fetch - Loud's talking dog who loves chasing after his tennis ball. He bares an interesting resemblance to Hunter from Road Rovers. Charity Bazaar - A clinically depressed blonde girl ("I'm not happy") who is willing to take a stand for animal rights. Froggo - The Kid Chorus' frog-voiced inventor, who often borrows things to use for his inventions. Aka Pella - A sassy African-American girl. Pepper Mills - An obsessive autograph hound who is always mistaking historical figures for pop cultural celebrities. Toast - Pepper's absent-minded boyfriend who is completely sunburnt and hosts a talk show titled Ask Me If I Care. Cho-Cho - A Chinese girl who likes to persuade people into buying whatever it is she's selling them, ranging from candy to magazine subscriptions, and won't stop badgering them until they agree to her demands. Lucky Bob - Cho-Cho's mentally handicapped assistant (and possible boyfriend), who frequently quotes Ed McMahon's catchphrases. Pule Houser - An overweight kid who is always taking damage or whining about something. Susanna Susquahanna - A Native American girl with a big gap between her front teeth, which gives a humongous lisp that makes it difficult for her to say even her own name correctly. Bill Straitman - A no-nonsense interviewer. Mr. Smartypants - A genius who is incredibly shy and hides his face in his pants. Chit Chatterson - A crazy salesman of some sort. Lydia Karaoke - A network censor for The WB who tries to make sure the show doesn't overstep the network boundaries. Sammy Melman - A smarmy network executive. Nostradamus - The famous historical soothsayer, depicted as speaking like Jerry Lewis and constantly telling people to shut up.moreless
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    High School Reunion

    High School Reunion

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    Back stabbing! Boyfriend swapping! Brawls! TV Land brings it on with the return of High School Reunion. Watch as 14 alums are reunited after 20 years on the island of Maui. The ante is upped daily as vengeful new arrivals from rival cliques, classes and a nearby public school, do everything they can to crash the party and seek redemption.

    WB Broadcast History

    Season 1 High School: Oak Park River Forest of 1992 Season Aired: Jan.-Feb. 2003

    Season 2 High School: Round Rock of 1993 Season Aired: Mar.-May 2004

    Season 3 High School: Cardinal Gibbons of 1994 Season Aired: Dec. 2004-Jan. 2005

    T.V. Land Broadcast History

    Season 4 High School: J.J. Pearce High School Class of 1987 Season Aired: Mar.-Apr. 2008moreless
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    The Mountain

    The Mountain

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    Boundary Mountain is an escapist playground for wealthy tourists and extreme sports enthusiasts, but to the Carver family, it's home.The Mountain chronicles the larger-than-life saga of the Carvers, whose colorful patriarch, David Carver, Sr. (guest star Chad Everett) founded the town and its internationally famous ski resort after winning the land in a poker game. When this legendary man unexpectedly dies, his choice of an heir sends shockwaves throughout the community. Free-spirited David Carver, Jr. (Oliver Hudson, Dawson's Creek) left home years ago to pursue his dream of becoming a world-class motocross racer, while his older brother Will (Anson Mount, Line of Fire) diligently attended business school with every expectation of taking over the family empire. No one, least of all the brothers themselves, expected David to inherit the Mountain. Now, David finds himself saddled with a responsibility he never wanted and a brother who rightly feels betrayed. David just wants to run, until he realizes his grandfather may have had bigger things in mind. David begins to reconnect with his mother Gennie (Barbara Hershey, Beaches), a former ski champion who has a passion for organizing charity events, and teenage sister Shelly (newcomer Tara C. Thompson), a competitive snowboarder. He will uncover long-buried secrets about his co-workers and his town while trying to cover up his own past. He finds that Boundary is no longer what it used to be when he was a teenager. Maria Serrano (Alana De La Garza, All My Children), the love he left behind, has moved on and found comfort in David's older brother Will. Travis Kurri (Johann Urb, Zoolander) grew up as David Sr's faithful protege but his loyalties no longer lie with the Carvers but with ruthless business tycoon Colin Dowling (Mitch Pileggi, The X-Files), a man who wants to take over the mountain and expand his empire there. The changes (and complications) keep coming with the arrivals of Colin's daughter Max (Elizabeth Bogush, Titans) and son Michael (Tommy Dewey, What I Like About You), two young adults who find that they're more interested in the spirited Carver kids, David and Shelly, than they are in their father's business ventures. Michael immediately clashes with town local Sam Tunney (Penn Badgley, Do Over), Shelly's friend and snowboarding buddy, whose growing feelings for his childhood friend and teammate are being trampled on by the young Dowling's own attraction to Shelly. From Warner Bros. Television Production Inc. in association with Wonderland Sound and Vision. Executive producers are McG, Stephanie Savage (producers of The O.C.) and Shaun Cassidy (American Gothic). David Barrett (Fastlane) directed.moreless
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