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The Monkees

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The Monkees
The Monkees
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Awards

  • 1967 - Emmy - Outstanding Comedy Series - winner

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Davy Jones
Davy
Micky Dolenz
Micky
Mike Nesmith
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The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon

11 Seasons
Celebrity interviews, comedic bits and musical performances accent this venerable late-night staple, which is hosted by former "Late Night" host and "Saturday Night Live" funnyman Jimmy Fallon.
65   Metascore
2014 TV14 Music, Comedy, Talk & Interview, Other

Perfect Harmony

1 Season
A former Princeton music professor finds his destiny with an offbeat church choir in a small town. When Arthur Cochran unexpectedly stumbles into a church choir practice, he finds a group of singers who are out of tune in more ways than one. Despite the ultimate clash of sensibilities, Arthur and his newfound cohorts may just be the perfect mix of individuals to help each other reinvent and rediscover a little happiness, when they all need it most.
53   Metascore
2019 TVPG Music, Comedy, Other

Alvin and the Chipmunks

3 Seasons
The tune-filled adventures of Alvin, Simon and Theodore, an animated trio of charming chipmunks with high-pitched but adorable voices, are the focus of this updated version of the 1960s 'The Alvin Show.' The harmonic brothers now attend school and hope to become big singing stars.
1983 TVY7 Music, Family, Comedy, Action & Adventure, Kids, Other

NBC Comedy Hour

Sabrina the Teenage Witch (titled Sabrina and the Groovie Goolies or The Sabrina Comedy Hour during its first season and promotionally referred to as The Sabrina the Teenage Witch Show or The Sabrina Comedy Show) is an American low-budget animated sitcom television series produced by Filmation that aired on CBS from 1971 to 1974. A spinoff of The Archie Comedy Hour, the show featured new episodes of Sabrina along with the Groovie Goolies. The series follows a teenage witch who likes to hanging out and fight darkest enemies using her magical powers. This series was aimed primarily towards young boys ages 6 to 14, and contained an adult laugh track. Following its first season, the series was reduced to a half-hour when the Goolies spun off into their own show.The show's opening strapline is: Once upon a time, there was the witches, who lived in the little city of Greendale. Two aunts, Hilda and Zelda are chosed the ingredients to create the evil wicked witch. But suddenly, Zelda bumped right into Hilda and accidentally added a beautiful girls' stuff as an extra ingredients. Thus the grooviest teenage witch was born, she has a white hair with a pink headband, and blue eyes. She wears a blue dress with a black belt and black shoes. She loves to goofing off and battling evil forces using her ultra magical powers. It so happens that this is the first bewitching american superhero — Sabrina, the teen-age witch!Filmation animated Sabrina once more in 1977 with The New Archie and Sabrina Hour.
1957 Music, Comedy, Variety Shows

Little Big Shots: Forever Young

1 Season
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

Grease: You're the One That I Want

1 Season
Grease: You're the One That I Want! was an NBC reality television series designed to cast the lead roles of Sandy Dumbrowski and Danny Zuko in a $10 million Broadway revival of the musical Grease to be directed and choreographed by two-time Tony Award-winner Kathleen Marshall. The Broadway production began previews at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre on July 24, 2007, and officially opened on August 19. The TV show, from the producers of Dancing With the Stars, was patterned after an original format created by Andrew Lloyd Webber for the BBC series How Do You Solve a Problem Like Maria?, which selected the lead in the successful 2005 West End revival of The Sound of Music. The show's title was taken from the song "You're the One That I Want" from the 1978 screen adaptation of Grease. Although the song was not part of the original Broadway production, the revival will add the songs written for the film to those written for the original Broadway production.The program generated so much interest in the upcoming Broadway revival that, as The New York Post reported on April 4, 2007, ticket sales had topped $9 million, although the TV show was a "ratings loser".
2007 TVPG Reality, Music, Other

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