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Raising Hope

4 Seasons
Twenty-three-year-old Jimmy Chance adjusts to life as a single father in this comedy about a new addition to an extended dysfunctional family.
76   Metascore
2010 TV14 Comedy, Other

Haywire

Haywire is a sketch comedy television series which was aired by Fox Broadcasting Company as part of its 1990-91 lineup. Haywire included segments such as:"Mind Your Manners with Billy Quan", which described etiquette for kung fu practitioners, which was originally a sketch from the Seattle based sketch comedy show, "Almost Live!"; "The Persuaders", in which cast members attempted to persuade people on the street to do unusual, zany things; and "Thrillseekers", in which the introduction to the old Chuck Connors show was used to introduce people who had boring jobs or who were in very mundane, nonthreatening situations.Other features included commercial spoofs and showing scenes from both old black-and-white films and shots of people on the street with redubbed and presumably funnier dialogue. Between each segment a Bill Plympton animation would run.The program was cancelled in January 1991.
1990 Comedy, Other

A.J.'s Time Travelers

A teenager leads a space crew on journeys into the past to meet notable figures and learn about different periods in history.
1994 Drama, Fantasy, Comedy, Educational, Other, Science Fiction

Dollhouse

2 Seasons
Echo is a member of a highly illegal and underground group of individuals whose personalities have been wiped clean so they can be imprinted with any number of new personas. Confined between missions to a secret facility known as the Dollhouse, the "Actives" are hired by the wealthy, powerful and connected to wholly become—with mind, personality and physiology—whomever the client wants or needs them to be. They know no other life than the specific engagements they are in at that time—or do they?
57   Metascore
2009 TV14 Drama, Fantasy, Comedy, Action & Adventure, Other, Science Fiction

Danger Theatre

Danger Theatre is an American half-hour comedy anthology series for television, produced by Universal Studios and originally aired on the American Fox network in 1993.With two exceptions, each half-hour-long show consisted of two comedy segments, each a spoof of a familiar action/anthology format. The style of the comedy was somewhat similar to that of films like Airplane! and TV shows like Police Squad!Robert Vaughn, most familiar to audiences from his role on The Man from U.N.C.L.E., was the host for each episode, introducing to camera each fifteen-minute segment with mock earnestness. The jokes ranged from humorous or preposterous dialogue to visual gags and slapstick designed to poke fun at the serious dramatic formats being lampooned.Danger Theatre only ran for seven episodes before cancellation, but was syndicated beyond the United States, airing in the United Kingdom on the BBC in 1994.
1993 Comedy

Free Ride

1 Season
Bearing traces of such films as The Graduate and Orange County, the half-hour Fox network sitcom Free Ride (original title: Freebirds) starred Josh Dean as UC Santa Barbara student Nate Stahlings. Forced by circumstance to briefly drop out of college (only for five months -- or at least that was what he told himself!), Nate returned to his hometown of Johnson City, MO, moving back in with his parents, Margo (Loretta Fox) and Bob (Allan Havey), whose marriage was in deep, deep trouble. As if he didn't have enough to worry about, Nate was also coping with the fact that his long-time girlfriend, Amber Danwood (Erin Cahill), was now engaged to someone else. Endeavoring to raise Nate's spirits -- usually to no avail -- was his wacky, party-animal best bud, Dove (Dave Sheridan). The humor on Free Ride was laced with cynicism, irony, and angst, so much so that the producers decided to dispense with a laugh track, allowing the viewers to judge for themselves whether they should be laughing at or empathizing with the beleaguered protagonist. The series began its initial six-week trial run on March 1, 2006.
45   Metascore
2006 TVPG Comedy

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