Follow the Murphy family back to the 1970s, when kids roamed wild, beer flowed freely and nothing came between a man and his TV.
James is 17 and is pretty sure he is a psychopath. Alyssa, also 17, is the cool and moody new girl at school. The pair make a connection and she persuades him to embark on a darkly comedic road trip in search of her real father.
F Troop is a satirical American television sitcom that originally aired for two seasons on ABC-TV. It debuted in the United States on September 14, 1965 and concluded its run on April 6, 1967 with a total of 65 episodes. The first season of 34 episodes was filmed in black-and-white, but the show switched to color for its second season.
Hip young women take on the unwritten laws of the female universe. No topic will escape the frank, funny and self-deprecating comments of the women of Code F.
A researcher and the daughter of his mentor discover a corpse while on vacation and work together to solve the mysteries of what will become a serial murder case.
The F Word is a British food magazine and cookery programme featuring chef Gordon Ramsay. The programme covers a wide range of topics, from recipes to food preparation and celebrity food fads. The programme is made by Optomen Television and aired weekly on Channel 4. The theme tune for the series is "The F-Word" from the Babybird album Bugged.
F was a weekly lifestyle magazine show in the Philippines, which focuses on the latest fashion trends, best dining spots and how to live a social life, originally hosted by actress Angel Aquino, interior designer and model Daphne Osena-Paez and journalist Cher Calvin. The trio became known as the F Girls. However, when Calvin left the show for the States, supermodel Amanda Griffin joined the cast.
Good food and good cooking are combined with Ramsay’s passion, energy and humor into a one-of-a-kind LIVE series. Foodies from across the U.S. will battle it out in a high-stakes cook-off, as Ramsay chats with surprise guests and appears in unique field segments.
F/X: The Series is a television series based on the film F/X, starring Cameron Daddo, Christina Cox, Kevin Dobson, Jacqueline Torres, Carrie-Anne Moss and Jason Blicker. It ran for 40 episodes from 1996 through 1998. Much or all of the show was filmed in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The opening sequence ended with a television crew in the foreground loading trucks, and an enormous advertisement for The Phantom of the Opera, of which a theatrical production was showing in Toronto at the time.
Action Bronson travels the globe performing and trying new local foods.
Rejoin Goku and his friends in a series of cosmic battles! Toei has redubbed, recut, and cleaned up the animation of the original 1989 animated series. The show's story arc has been refined to better follow the comic book series on which it is based. The show also features a new opening and ending. In the series, martial artist Goku, and his various friends, battle increasingly powerful enemies to defend the world against evil. Can Earth's defender defeat demons, aliens, and other villains?
Akagi Gunma is a young, impetuous and rash teenage who decides to move to the big city to fulfill his dream of racing a Formula One car. The story follows how this simple farmer boy from the country move on to the city in pursuit of his dreams.
Shaun the Sheep is a British stop-motion animated children's television series produced by Aardman Animations, and commissioned by the British Broadcasting Corporation and Westdeutscher Rundfunk, a constituent member of the consortium of German public-broadcasting institutions, ARD. It is a spin-off of the Wallace and Gromit franchise, starring Shaun from A Close Shave as its main protagonist. It first aired in the UK on CBBC in March 2007. The series has also inspired its own spin-off show, Timmy Time, which is aimed at younger viewers. The show has been broadcast in 180 countries around the world.
Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye is an American television series that premiered in 2002 on the PAX Network. The show ended in May 2005 due to PAX's decision to halt the production of original programming. It was one of the two highest rated shows on the network.
Fandango is a country music-themed quiz show which aired on TNN from March 8, 1983 to March 31, 1989, when it was replaced by Top Card. Fandango was the first TV game show to air on TNN and was one of the longest-running game shows on a cable network. The show was hosted by singer Bill Anderson, who was joined by Blake Pickett as co-host in 1987. Disc jockey Charlie Chase has sometimes been identified as the voice of "Edgar the Talking Jukebox", but Anderson's autobiography Whisperin' Bill names Edgar's voice as being that of Anderson's long-time friend, radio announcer Bill Robinson.
Fandemonium was a reality-TV style program created and aired on a music video TV channel MuchMusic. It was hosted by one of the MuchMusic VJs, either George Stroumboulopoulos and Amanda Walsh. The TV program concept is that two fans of a music artist celebrity that claim they are the celebrity's biggest fan, have to compete in a series of tasks in an obstacle course which only one will win in order to prove that they really are the celebrity's number one fan. In the conclusion of the program, the winner has the choice of selecting 2 boxes, only one of which contains a trip and various prizes, or walking away with an electronic system without having to make any choice. Only one episode of the program featured a guest appearance by the actual music celebrities of the contestants dreams - Sum 41. In a surprise twist, the band members of Sum 41 appeared halfway through the show for a paintball competition with the two contestants, and hung around providing commentary and support for the two challengers for the rest of the episode.