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* AnimatedAdaptation
* {{Anthology}}

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* AnimatedAdaptation
AnimatedAdaptation: A non-animated work is adapted into an animated film or series.
* {{Anthology}}{{Anthology}}: A collection of stories that follow the same genre or theme but are otherwise unrelated.



* CompilationMovie
* DirectToVideo

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* CompilationMovie
CompilationMovie: A movie made by editing together episodes of a television show.
* DirectToVideoDirectToVideo: A movie isn't released in theaters or aired on television and is instead released straight to home video upon finishing production.



* FauxDocumentary

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* FauxDocumentaryFauxDocumentary: A film done in the style of a documentary recounting fictional events.



* MadeForTVMovie

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* MadeForTVMovie MadeForTVMovie: A film that is made exclusively for airing on television rather than theatrical release.



* MiniSeries

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* MiniSeries MiniSeries: A television series that is intended to only run for a limited number of episodes.



* {{Omnibus}}

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* {{Omnibus}}{{Omnibus}}: A book series or comic book series receives a collected volume that contains the entire series or at least a significant portion of it.



* {{Rerun}}

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* {{Rerun}}{{Rerun}}: Re-airing an episode of a television show that has already aired before.



* ShortFilm
* SixtyFiveEpisodeCartoon

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* ShortFilm
ShortFilm: A film with a running time that is much less than an hour.
* SixtyFiveEpisodeCartoonSixtyFiveEpisodeCartoon: An animated series that lasts 65 episodes.



* ThreeShorts

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* ThreeShortsThreeShorts: A television series where every episode has three segments.



* UnratedEdition

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* UnratedEditionUnratedEdition: A work that had to be censored in order to be released theatrically or aired on television has a raunchier cut made available on home video.



* DistaffCounterpart
* {{Pilot}}

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* DistaffCounterpart
DistaffCounterpart: The female equivalent of a pre-existing male character (the reverse of this would be called a Spear Counterpart).
* {{Pilot}}
{{Pilot}}: An experimental "first episode" of sorts that may or may not be picked up for development of a full-fledged television series.



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* ShortAnimeMovie


* FiftyTwoEpisodeCartoon

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