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ALF: The Animated Series

2 Seasons
An animated series about ALF's adventures on his native planet Melmac, prior to his arrival on Earth.
1987 TVY Comedy, Other

Little Big Shots: Forever Young

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Elderly folks perform and showcase their hidden talents in this variety-show spin-off from "Little Big Shots."
2017 TVPG Music, Comedy, Variety Shows, Other

The Dean Martin Celebrity Roast

Dean Martin and his friends roast a celebrity.
1974 TV14 Comedy, Other

Judy Splinters

A puppet show hosted by a young ventriloquist who wore a cowgirl outfit matching that of her dummy, Judy Splinters. The winner of the first Emmy for Most Outstanding Personality.
1949 Comedy, Other

Late Night With Jimmy Fallon

5 Seasons
The former 'Saturday Night Live' player hosts a late-night talk show featuring guests and music performances. Fallon succeeded Conan O'Brien in NBC's post-'Tonight Show' slot in March 2009.
48   Metascore
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Punky Brewster

4 Seasons
Child actress Soleil Moon Frye played the title role in the lightweight half-hour sitcom Punky Brewster. After being abandoned by her parents, resourceful eight-year-old Penelope "Punky" Brewster moved into an an empty Chicago apartment with her little dog, Brandon. They were discovered and subsequently adopted by the building's owner, middle-aged photographer Henry Warnimont (George Gaynes), the archetypal "old grouch with the heart of gold." Punky quickly became friends with Cherie Johnson (played, amazingly enough, by Cherie Johnson), who lived in the apartment upstairs with her legal guardian, registered nurse Betty Johnson (Susie Garrett). The two youngsters attended school with their other friends, stuck-up Margaux Kramer (Ami Foster) and mischievous Allen Anderson (Casey Ellison). Their teacher during season one was Mrs. Morton (Dody Goodman), succeeded in season two by Mike Fulton (T.K. Carter). Also on hand during the series' inaugural season was Eddie Deezen as the apartment's goofy maintenance man, Eddie Malvin. The series debuted September 18, 1984, on the NBC network, whose programming head, Brandon Tartikoff, had actually had a childhood friend named Punky Brewster (still alive at the time the series was produced -- and, incidentally, generously compensated for the use of her name). Though the series lasted only two seasons on NBC, it proved to be a huge hit in rerun syndication after its cancellation on September 7, 1986. Thus, beginning in the fall of 1987, new episodes of Punky Brewster were seen in first-run syndication with virtually the entire cast (except for T.K. Carter) intact. The property remained in production for an additional two years, during which time the character of Henry Warnimont forsook his photography career to open up a restaurant, appropriately christened "Punky's Place." And from 1985 to 1989, an animated cartoon spin-off featuring the same cast in voice-over roles, It's Punky Brewster, was seen on NBC's Saturday-morning manifest.
1984 TVG Comedy, Other

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