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23rd Feb '16 7:03:48 PM F1Krazy
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* Creator/RumikoTakahashi's Manga/MermaidSaga, a manga variation of this, was periodically released in episodic stories over the course of ten years

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* Creator/RumikoTakahashi's Manga/MermaidSaga, a manga variation of this, was periodically released in episodic stories over the course of ten yearsyears.



* The British documentary series/social experiment ''Up'' takes this to extremes by airing a single instalment ''every seven years''. It started by showing the participants at seven years old, and has gradually charted their lives in seven-year intervals ever since. The most recent one was ''56 Up'', which aired in 2012, meaning that in just over '''''50''''' years there have been only ''eight'' episodes in total.



* ''Series/TheThickOfIt''

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* ''Series/TheThickOfIt''''Series/TheThickOfIt''.
28th Nov '15 2:09:29 PM nombretomado
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* And ''SecondSight''

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* And ''SecondSight''''VideoGame/SecondSight''
14th Nov '15 5:48:47 PM nombretomado
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* ''TheRockfordFiles'' became a series of TV {{Film}} for a time after the regular series ended.

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* ''TheRockfordFiles'' ''Series/TheRockfordFiles'' became a series of TV {{Film}} for a time after the regular series ended.
2nd Nov '15 12:52:07 PM Adept
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* RumikoTakahashi's MermaidSaga, a manga variation of this, was periodically released in episodic stories over the course of ten years

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* RumikoTakahashi's MermaidSaga, Creator/RumikoTakahashi's Manga/MermaidSaga, a manga variation of this, was periodically released in episodic stories over the course of ten years
25th Dec '14 4:14:35 PM Angeldeb82
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In the US, these are typically {{revival}}s of series which were originally regular in format. They are far more common in the UK. British IrregularSeries are often aired on public television in the US as part of a GenreAnthology such as ''Series/{{Mystery}}'' or ''Series/MasterpieceTheatre''.

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In the US, these are typically {{revival}}s of series which were originally regular in format. They are far more common in the UK. British IrregularSeries Irregular Series are often aired on public television in the US as part of a GenreAnthology such as ''Series/{{Mystery}}'' or ''Series/MasterpieceTheatre''.
25th Dec '14 4:14:08 PM Angeldeb82
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In the US, these are typically [[{{Revival}} revivals]] of series which were originally regular in format. They are far more common in the UK. British IrregularSeries are often aired on public television in the US as part of a GenreAnthology such as ''Series/{{Mystery}}'' or ''Series/MasterpieceTheatre''.

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In the US, these are typically [[{{Revival}} revivals]] {{revival}}s of series which were originally regular in format. They are far more common in the UK. British IrregularSeries are often aired on public television in the US as part of a GenreAnthology such as ''Series/{{Mystery}}'' or ''Series/MasterpieceTheatre''.



* ''InspectorMorse'' aired as a number of MiniSeries.

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* ''InspectorMorse'' ''Series/InspectorMorse'' aired as a number of MiniSeries.



** And in 2009, it will temporarily switch to the "series of TV movies" format to allow the actors to follow up on other commitments that a full-scale TV schedule would conflict with.

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** And in 2009, it will temporarily switch switched to the "series of TV movies" format to allow the actors to follow up on other commitments that a full-scale TV schedule would conflict with.



* ''{{Sharpe}}'' has also ran like this, with a really noticeable time skip between the most recent instalments.

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* ''{{Sharpe}}'' has also ran like this, with a really noticeable time skip between the most recent instalments.installments.



* Non-television example: When Tim Drake was introduced as the new Robin, he appeared in an IrregularSeries before his regular series started.

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* Non-television example: When Tim Drake was introduced as the new Robin, he appeared in an IrregularSeries Irregular Series before his regular series started.
6th Mar '14 8:35:50 PM PaulA
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In the US, these are typically [[{{Revival}} revivals]] of series which were originally regular in format. They are far more common in the UK. British IrregularSeries are often aired on public television in the US as part of a GenreAnthology such as ''{{Mystery}}'' or ''MasterpieceTheater''.

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In the US, these are typically [[{{Revival}} revivals]] of series which were originally regular in format. They are far more common in the UK. British IrregularSeries are often aired on public television in the US as part of a GenreAnthology such as ''{{Mystery}}'' ''Series/{{Mystery}}'' or ''MasterpieceTheater''.
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31st Dec '13 3:42:32 AM crazysamaritan
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* ''Franchise/LupinIII'' has made four regular anime series, but has run for over twenty years as an annual series of made for TV movies in Japan. Link to the list: Anime/LupinIIIYearlySpecials

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* ''Franchise/LupinIII'' ''Anime/LupinIII'' has made four regular anime series, but has run for over twenty years as an annual series of made for TV movies in Japan. Link to the list: Anime/LupinIIIYearlySpecials
15th Dec '13 5:03:50 PM JIKTV
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* ''Series/PerryMason'' did the same.
* As did ''TheIncredibleHulk''.

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* ''Series/PerryMason'' ''Franchise/PerryMason'' did the same.
* As did ''TheIncredibleHulk''.''Series/TheIncredibleHulk''.
30th Nov '13 8:39:29 AM LongLiveHumour
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* ''TheThickOfIt''

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* ''TheThickOfIt''''Series/TheThickOfIt''
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