Robotomy is an American animated television series created by Michael Buckley and Joe Deasy, directed by Christy Karacas, voice directed by Michael Sinterniklaas, and produced by World Leaders Entertainment and Cartoon Network Studios. The series was developed after a long series of unaccepted ideas, and occasionally put in and out of production due to changing executives. It was officially announced on August 31, 2009, and premiered on October 25, 2010, on Cartoon Network. Robotomy was canceled on January 24, 2011. It is Cartoon Network's shortest-running original series, as well as with the least number of episodes. Robotomy was officially removed from Cartoon Network's website on February 11, 2011. On January 11, 2013, the series returned to television in reruns, albeit in a minor role. Episodes of the series could be seen from time to time on the revived Cartoon Planet block.
Agimat: Ang Mga Alamat ni Ramon Revilla presents Pepeng Agimat, more popularly known as simply Pepeng Agimat was the second installment of the Philippine weekly mini-series Agimat: Ang Mga Alamat ni Ramon Revilla aired by ABS-CBN that started November 7, 2009 and ended on February 27, 2010. The character of Pepeng Agimat is portrayed by Jolo Revilla.
Kung Tayo'y Magkakalayo is a Philippine primetime drama series that aired on ABS-CBN. It is part of the 60th Year of Pinoy Soap Opera Celebration.
Robo Formers was a series of VHS videos distributed in the 1980s and 1990s. The episodes revolve around the Evil Empire of the Pandamoniums and their attempts to take over the Earth to which the Robo Formers team stands in their way as defenders of the planet. The episodes themselves were taken from the cartoon series Starvengers which itself was the English title for the Japanese animated series Getter Robo G. Starvengers was produced by Jim Terry under his Force Five anime series line-up. Robo Formers was a redub of Starvengers. One exception was a single episode of Robo Formers that was redubbed from Gaiking, another of Jim Terry's Force Five series. The Robo Formers videos have no distributor information on the box although FB Productions appears on the inside of the box. The packaging designer is Can-Vision. Each title begins with the word "star".
Tank Knights Fortress is a Korean-Japanese co-produced animated series by SBS Productions, Dong Woo Animation and Daewon Media of South Korea in partnership with SUNRISE, NAS and Bandai Visual of Japan. This animated series being broadcast and shown in the Philippines and Taiwan. It also has an array of original merchandise such as on-line games, toy figures and audio CD soundtrack.
Robotskin is a Flash-animated television series and the television commercial of the same name. The television series began on 21 August 2007
Special Ops Mission is an American reality television series that premiered on August 13, 2009 on the Military Channel. The program features former United States Army Ranger and Air Force Pararescueman Wil Willis, who performs solo special operations missions against groups of opposing-force operatives, which consists of regular and special operations veterans in a simulated wargame mission.
Katorse is a television primetime series that aired on ABS-CBN from August 24, 2009 to January 8, 2010. It tells the story of a simple small-town girl who fell in love with a childhood friend who later fathers a child with her. It is loosely based on a 1981 film of the same name starring Dina Bonnevie, Gabby Concepcion and Alfie Anido.
Agimat Presents: Tiagong Akyat, more popularly known as simply Tiagong Akyat was the first installment of the Philippine weekly mini-series Agimat: Ang Mga Alamat ni Ramon Revilla aired by ABS-CBN August 15, 2009. The character of Tiagong Akyat is portrayed by Gerald Anderson opposite to her Leading Lady Erich Gonzales.
The Exile is an American television series that aired on CBS as part of its late night Crimetime After Primetime line up. The series premiered on April 2, 1991 and ran until October 1991.
The Secret of Lost Creek is an American adventure television series that aired from February 1 until March 1, 1992.
October 1941, as the second World War threatens to destroy the civilized world, an unforeseen complication suddenly occurs. An alien invasion! Despite the sudden appearance of these extraterrestrial aggressors, the Axis and Allies continue their destructive conflict. Only the Kishin Corps and their giant Geo-Armor Robots (a.k.a.: Kishin), developed from a captured alien robot soldier, stand between the Earth and total annihilation! A teenager, named Taishi, suddenly finds himself at the center of a struggle over a mysterious black attaché case entrusted to him by his father, Professor Tokamura. The case contains the controlling mechanism for one of the giant Geo-Armor Robots, and the Japanese Kanto Army, the alien invaders, and the Kishin Corps all want to recover the device! Between the spies, the armies, the aliens, and the Giant Robots, Taishi is in for an epic adventure—if he can survive it!
Firestorm is a Japanese anime series co-created by two British people: Gerry Anderson and his business partner John Needham. The series combines CGI animation for mecha and traditional cel animation for characters. Despite high-quality animation and an emphasis on futuristic vehicles traditional to Anderson productions, the series was not warmly received in Japan. Series availability in other countries has been limited.
Set in the 1900s, when the British Secret Service was a new, unofficial arm of military activity, the series features Captain Robert Virgin - an officer and a gentleman who fights as a man of honour. Armed only with intelligence, ingenuity, physical strength and abundant charm, Virgin faces every sort of peril as he defends King and country - from industrial espionage to anarchist bomb plots, assassination attempts to kidnapping.