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A scientist was shot and left paralyzed. He invented a high-tech body harness that enabled him to walk again and do much more. The harness also gave him super-human strength and speed. He then decided to use his new found abilities to fight criminals in order to prevent others from having to suffer at their hands like he did. In addition, he drives a vehicle that can both fly and move underwater. His long-time friend, John Stonebrake assisted him mainly by building the crime fighting contraptions that Dr. Hawkins was always thinking up. Taylor Savidge was also of assistance in just about any way that would satisfy his need for fast-paced excitement. While they were fighting crooks, the cops (headed by Detective Leora Maxwell) were after "M.A.N.T.I.S." because they felt it was making them look bad. They intended to arrest him as a vigilante.

Get RealGet Real
FOX, 1999 | Drama

Get Real was an hour long dramedy about the semi-dysfunctional Green family of San Francisco.

Great Scott!Great Scott!
FOX, 1992 | Comedy

This extremely short-lived comedy gave young Toby Maguire his first starring role. He played the somewhat geeky teenager Scott who escaped his everyday problems in elaborate daydreams that cast him as the cool guy. His troubles were of a small nature, the usual troubles that come with school and parents.

Boot CampBoot Camp
FOX, 2001 | Reality

"Save the drama for your mamma and push"... Boot Camp was a reality TV show that aired on Fox. Boot Camp invited 16 civilian contestents to surrender every aspect of their live and to participate in real-life military training. The game as other reality TV shows was based on participation and elimination. The real life Drill Instructors (DI's) set the pace of the recruits 24 hours a Day. The recruits were put through a multitude of obstacle courses and other specialized training activities, aimed at building confidence and facing their fears. During the 8 episodes, the contestants took part in a mission that tested their training and ultimately revealed the weakest link in the squad. Throughout eac episode the contestants faced and evaluation by their peers. The results of the evaluation determined who stays and goes. Ultimately the contestants competed for a $500,000 cash prize!

Love Cruise: The Maiden VoyageLove Cruise: The Maiden Voyage
FOX, 2001 | Reality

From the creators of MTV's The Real World and Road Rules, Fox - the network that brought us Temptation Island - brings us the hottest new reality show on TV, Love Cruise: The Maiden Voyage , a mix of Survivor, Temptation Island and The Love Boat. 16 singles, 8 men and 8 women, put together on a boat, sailing through the Caribbean waters in the way to Aruba, to play a seduction game where only one couple will put their hands on a handsome 200,000 dollars reward and get to travel around the world. If they're lucky enough, they might even find the love of their lives. Every 48 hours the couples are switched, and at the end of these 48 hours each group has to vote one person from the opposite sex out of the boat, who is sent to "Loser Island" (Aruba) until the last couple is defined. From time to time, the couples will compete among them for "the switch card". The person that gets the switch card has the power to change someone who was voted off the boat for another that was not.

Oliver BeeneOliver Beene
FOX, 2003 | Comedy

Set in 1962, this show follows the hilarious misadventures of an eleven year old boy and his wacky family.

G.I. Joe Sigma SixG.I. Joe Sigma Six
FOX, 2005 | Animation

G.I. Joe has been the Real American Hero for over twenty years, and is now jumping into the 21st Century with both feet forwards. Following up on the incredibly successful 3 3/4" action figure toyline and multi-media extravegansa, Hasbro and Gonzo Studios are joining forces to present a G.I. Joe for the kids of today. With a decided stylistic flair and an emphasis on secret agent technology, Sigma 6 will fight COBRA: The Enemy starting on September 10th. Showing in half hour blocks, the producers promise a solid continuity throughout the episodes, starting off with the ever-popular five-part miniseries much as the animated series of the 80's used to do.

Save Us Then the WhalesSave Us Then the Whales

Herbie Grueber is a middle aged wheeler-dealer who works at a nonprofit that is trying to stay up to date. Herbie approaches the world of fund raising with an anything-goes approach that rankles his new idealistic co-director.

VR TroopersVR Troopers
FOX, 1994 | Children

Saban Entertainment's other "action fighting kid show." This show was made during the whole Power Rangers franchise. Part of the whole Saban Entertainment using original Japanese footage (like Super Sentai series that is used for Power Rangers) and occasionaly make their own footage. Ryan Steele was based on Metalder and Shaider. JB Reese and Kaitlin Star was based on Spielban. V.R. Troopers stars Brad Hawkins, as Ryan Steele, the gorgeous Sarah Brown as Kaitlin, and Michael Bacon as J.B.; Three teenagers selected to save the world from the evil Grimlord. They must use "Virtual Reality" to stop them before they create havoc around the world.

The Rebel BillionaireThe Rebel Billionaire
FOX, 2004 | Reality

Richard Branson, the thrill-seeking founder of the Virgin Group of Companies (including airline, publishing, music and hotel empires), whisks 16 lucky Americans to a variety of international destinations to undertake elimination challenges - physical and daredevil-type stunts as well as "Apprentice"-style business tasks. The last contestant left standing wins $1 million and a stint as president of one of Branson's companies.