According to Jim: The brother of one of America's most iconic comedians and his gorgeous wife raise their kids in this family-friendly sitcom.
Alf: A being from another planet finds himself living with an ordinary human family, and he must figure out proper behavior in order to fit into their household, which he desparately wishes to be a part of.
American Idol: Artists from around the nation fight to have their unique talents recognized, but a sinister tribunal headed by a cruel English judge stands in the way of their dreams of fame and fortune. In the end, it is the power of democracy that will determine their fate. Features many unforgettable performances.
Big Brother An intensive psychological study: contestants are trapped in a small space together for months on end, and forced to form bonds with each other by external forces while coping with twisted "challenges", also posed by said external force. At first, only a cash prize motivates them - but by the end, each contestant is motivated by their own greed and desire to bring down the rest.
Big Time Rush: Four hockey players from Minnesota are brought to Los Angeles to become a boy band.
Degrassi: Pitted against a hostile environment of constant stabbings, shootings, and sexual assaults, teenagers turn to shallow relationships and irrational drama to numb the pain of their seemingly cursed existence.
1996 Doctor WhoMade-for-TV Movie: A retooling of a classic British sci-fi series. Eric Roberts is unforgettable as the menacing villain.
Faking It: Two high-school girls fake being lesbians in order to become popular in the eyes of their peers. One of them learns she may not be faking it.
Gossip Girl: Based on a series of best-selling novels, six well-to-do young adults explore their own sexualities and social lives in a manner reminiscent of F. Scott Fitzgerald's novel The Great Gatsby (and some of his short stories), as they find that they cannot buy happiness, try though they might.
Hannah Montana: Disney's inspiring tale about a young girl burdened with multiple personalities, guided by her loving father and aided by her reliable friends in her struggle to become a successful musician.
You could pretty much just come out and say "A sitcom starring Hitler and Eva Braun," and it would still be worse than it sounds!
Heroes: Ordinary people struggle with new-found superpowers and become involved in elaborate conspiracies, conflicting agendas and more shifting alliances than Survivor. Features guest appearances by screen veterans George Takei, Eric Roberts and Swoosie Kurtz.
JONAS: A quirky show about three famous musicians going to public school and trying to have a normal life. They have two friends who help them long the way.
Kamen Rider OOO: A broken man must find the courage to overcome his fears in order to save an innocent woman's brother, who is being held captive by a monster that is attempting to attain godhood.
Law & Order: LA: Proof positive that hubris should not be a factor in creating a new series for an otherwise successful franchise and that if something's not broken, then don't fix it.
Life With Lucy: One of America's most beloved and revered actresses returns, after more than three decades, with a series that centers around a charming widower who moves in with a quirky family and gets a job at a hardware store. Featuring all the zany comedy you loved from the past, wild and "wacky" characters and thrilling stuntwork, it's a charming tale for the whole family!
My Mother the Car: In a harrowing tale of motherly love extending beyond the veil of death, the soul of a recently-deceased woman returns in a most unexpected way to help her son. Co-created by the creator of The Mary Tyler Moore Show.
Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers: When the earth is threatened by the powers of a cold-hearted sorceress, a sage must call upon five paragons of morality to form a superhuman fighting force. The army grows in size as newmembers add to the force to combat forces that grow stronger every time. The sensation that defined The '90s!
Power Rangers Operation Overdrive: Five extraordinary people are chosen as heroes to travel the world in search for the legendary Corona Aurora and prevent it from falling into the wrong hands. Only this time, the earth is not threatened by one villainous group, but by four.
The episode "Once a Ranger": Five Heroes from previous seasons return to help out the current team, as the son of the first two Big Bads now takes his turn in finishing what his parents started.
Power Rangers RPM: The Earth has been taken over by a computer virus. 99% of the population has been killed, including the heroes of the past. The only hope is an ever-growing team of heroes wielding specialized armor and high tech weaponry. But should the virus even get one step ahead of the heroes, then whatever hope remained for the Earth will be lost.
Power Rangers Super Megaforce: In this anniversary series, earth is facing its biggest crisis, as a strong alien fleet is close to taking over the planet. To combat this crisis, the apprentice of the franchise's first mentor gives earth's current protectors access to all the powers their predecessors used. All of said predecessors also join them in their final battle, resulting in the largest gathering of heroes ever seen in the whole franchise.
SNL's More Cowbell sketch: Touching and heartfelt tribute to a recently-deceased member of a classic band that takes the form of a tale of his essential, though doubted at first, contributions to their most famous song.
Shake It Up!: Two female best friends join each other and perform on a dance show.
Star Trek: Voyager: A starship and her crew are thrown to the other side of the galaxy, cut off from everything they've ever known. The determined captain is willing to do anything necessary to get them home.
The Star Wars Holiday Special: An all-star cast joins your favorites in this exciting return to the Star Wars universe after the hit first movie. We get an in-depth look at the life of Chewbacca's family on his homeworld, plus a return to the famous Cantina. Features the first appearance of Boba Fett!
Wizards of Waverly Place: A family formed by wizards, in which the kids have relationships of Cain and Abel antagonism, due to the fact that one of the three siblings must win the Great Wizard Competition. The one who wins will be the only child allowed to keep his wizard powers.
Work It: Two unemployed men try to move on up in the world by working at a job disguised as members of the opposite sex.