Decoding the Past
Trailer: Decoding the Past
Decoding the Past is a History Channel paranormal television series that “decodes” the past by looking for unusual, and mysterious things written about throughout history that may give clues as to what will happen in the future.
Between the Lions
Between the Lions is a PBS Kids puppet television series designed to promote reading. The show is a co-production between WGBH in Boston and Sirius Thinking, Ltd., in New York City, in association with Mississippi Public Broadcasting, in Mississippi. The ...
Racket Squad is an American TV crime drama series starring Reed Hadley as Captain John Braddock, a fictional detective working for the San Francisco, California Police Department. The show aired in syndication for a season before being picked up by CBS ...
Blue Murder is a British crime drama television series based in Manchester. Shown on ITV from 2003 until 2009 when it was cancelled by the network, it starred Caroline Quentin as DCI Janine Lewis.
Ozma is a 2012 Japanese anime television series. written by Leiji Matsumoto. The story is set on Earth in the future when abnormal activity on the sun devastates Earth's atmosphere and covers the entire planet in a sea of sand. Sam ...
Monster by Mistake
Das Monster aus Versehen ist eine kanadische Animations-Kinderserie, die in Deutschland auf SuperRTL ausgestrahlt wurde.
A horror anthology following a young woman determined to document the first hand accounts of people who have survived unimaginable horrors that range from the real to the supernatural. The deeper she gets in collecting the stories of these survivors ...
Based on the master peice novel Regent Palace, this drama entails an elaborate relay event during the period of change in both the lives of the Masters of the palace.
After the Catch
Goedenavond dames en heren
The best show of the world
Two hosts attempt to create the best show of the world in front of an audience who can cancel it at anytime. The hosts alternate between their shows and try to get the best approval rating. There are always eight ...