Captain Vyom

Captain Vyom

Captain Vyom is an Indian science fiction television series that aired on DD National channel in the late 1990s. The series aired in India on DD1 every Sunday morning at 10. It became extremely popular among youth because of its concept of time machine and the world of 2220. The titular character was played by Indian model Milind Soman. Later on, the series was re-aired on SAB TV channel.



SKWOD is an American animated television series that aired on KOL Secret Slumber Party on CBS about five crime-fighting teens.



RollBots is an animated television series created by Michael Milligan and produced by Amberwood Entertainment. The TV show premiered in Canada on YTV on February 7, 2009, and in the United States on The CW4Kids on September 19, 2009. It's run aired until June 5, 2010.

The Runaway Barge

The Runaway Barge 1975

The Runaway Barge is the pilot for an unsold TV series. Bo Hopkins, Tim Matheson and Jim Davis star as three owners of a Mississippi river tugboat who find themselves neck deep in a kidnapping and hijacking plot.

Captain Gallant of the Foreign Legion

Captain Gallant of the Foreign Legion 1955

Captain Gallant of the Foreign Legion was a half-hour black-and-white television series about the French Foreign Legion starring Buster Crabbe in the title role. Crabbe's real-life son Cullen Crabbe played the Legion mascot, with cowboy sidekick Fuzzy Knight playing himself as Legion comedy relief. The series premiered on NBC on 13 February 1955 and ended its first run with the 65th episode shown on 7 December 1957. It was shown for many years in syndication on American television under the title Foreign Legionnaire.

Special Armored Battalion Dorvack

Special Armored Battalion Dorvack 1983

Special Armored Battalion Dorvack is an anime series aired from 1983 to 1984 in Japan and Hong Kong. There were 36 episodes. Other loosely translated names are "Dorvack", "Dolbuk", "Special Powered Armor Troop Dorvack", "Special Machine Army Dorvack", "Machine Corps Dorvack", "Armored Trooper Dorvack", "Tokusou Kihei Dorvack", "Comando Dolbuck", "Dolbuk, Defensores de la Tierra".


Hotlines 2003

Hotlines is an American reality television series about adventures in exotic, fun hotspots. The series was hosted by Deirdre Delaney, Scott Gurney, Ivana Bozilovic and Stacy Kamano, the first two of whom were also its producers. In each episode, the hosts would be shown engaging in various outdoor activities such as scuba diving, sky diving and jungle walks. Intercut with the footage, two or more of the female hosts would occasionally talk to the camera, explaining how exciting, scary or fun a particular situation had been. Hotlines was originally shown on Spike TV from 2003 to 2004.

Dechrau Canu, Dechrau Canmol

Dechrau Canu, Dechrau Canmol 1998

Dechrau Canu, Dechrau Canmol is a television series featuring congregational Christian singing in the Welsh language. Currently aired by the Welsh television channel S4C, it is one of the longest-running television programmes on any British television channel, the first edition having been broadcast by the BBC from Trinity Chapel, Swansea, in 1961. The programme inspired the creation of the similar English-language series Songs of Praise, which began later in the same year. The programme was revamped in September 2006 with a new and diverse team of enthusiastic presenters, including Martyn Geraint. A series now consists of forty programmes lasting half an hour each and three special hour-long programmes. The programmes celebrate important festivals and dates in the Christian calendar and place on film the celebration of important national and international occasions where the music is of a devotional and religious nature.


George 1974

George was a Swiss-Canadian television series which aired on CTV on Thursday evenings in 1972-73. The series was based on the 1971 film George!, about the adventures of a St. Bernard dog and his owner who live in Switzerland. Marshall Thompson starred in both the film and the resulting half-hour series. The series made its CTV debut in a Thursday evening time slot on 16 September 1972. However, George ended in 1973 after its only season. The Globe and Mail's Blaik Kirby considered the program to be "abysmal". Despite its short run and mixed critical reaction, the series was rerun on CTV affiliates for years afterwards, usually to fill Saturday morning schedules.

Tomica Hero: Rescue Fire

Tomica Hero: Rescue Fire

Tomica Hero: Rescue Fire is a Japanese tokusatsu television series based on Takara Tomy's Tomica toy car line. A sequel to Tomica Hero: Rescue Force, Rescue Fire tells of another branch of the United Fire-Defense Agency that helps save people from Super-Fire created by demons seeking to make people suffer. This series marks the beginning as well as an end of a program franchise dubbed the Tomica Hero Series. The Tomica Hero story was concluded in the special stage production Nissan Haul Special Live Stage FINAL that featured the return of Obuchi, a new R4, and the return of the original R4.



Hatim is an Indian television series that originally aired on STAR Plus channel in 2003-4. It is about an Arab prince Hatim Tai, a pre-Islamic Christian from Yemen and the father of Adi bin Hatim and Safana bint Hatim who was the companions of the Prophet Muhammad, Hatim has to solve seven questions to defeat the evil sorcerer lord Dajjal aided by Najumi. It has elements of fantasy. It was started by director Sagar, based on one of Jeetendra's films Hatimtai.

Super Friends

Super Friends

Super Friends is an American animated television series about a team of superheroes which ran from 1980 to 1982 on ABC. It was produced by Hanna-Barbera and is based on the Justice League and associated comic book characters published by DC Comics. It was the fifth incarnation of the Super Friends series following the Super Friends, The All-New Super Friends Hour, Challenge of the Super Friends and The World's Greatest Super Friends.

Shibuya Fifteen

Shibuya Fifteen 2005

Shibuya Fifteen is a Japanese television drama that premiered on TV Asahi on January 10, 2005. It ran for 12 episodes until its conclusion on March 10, 2005. Set in a virtual simulation of Shibuya, Tokyo which is regulated by an entity named Piece which does not allow inhabitants to live, the series focuses on a fifteen-year-old boy named Tsuyoshi who seeks to find both his lost memories and a way to escape Shibuya. To maintain control, Piece locks "kills" those who do not operate within the proper confines of the world, which results in their being reset and inserted back into the city with a new name and identity and without their previous memories. The episodes are directed by Nobuhiro Suzuki and Ryuta Tasaki, using scripts written by Shoji Yonemura. Their soundtrack was composed by Kuniaki Haishima. A single volume manga adaptation, written and illustrated by Go Yabuki, was released by Kadokawa Shoten on July 1, 2005.

Born Free

Born Free 1974

The adventures of two married game wardens in Kenya. George Adamson and Diana Muldaur live with their adopted lioness Elsa the Lioness, where they protect the animals in the surrounding area from all sorts of danger, both natural and human.