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The Felony Squad
A veteran cop and a rookie are paired up in a large Western city. The sergeant, who is also the rookie's father, helps the force deal with challenges.
The Felony Squad follows the daily lives of police officers as they face unexpected situations in their line of work. The show explores the complexities of law enforcement and how officers navigate their personal and professional lives.
Korg: 70,000 B.C. (1974)
Korg featured the adventures of a family of Neanderthals during the Ice Age. It was intended to be educational, and was based on the best then-current research about Neanderthal life, except where its situations had to be watered down for a young audience which Hanna, Barbera, and the network feared might be terrified without such expurgation.
These are the Days (1974)
These Are the Days is an animated television series from Hanna-Barbera, originally broadcast on ABC from September 7, 1974, to September 27, 1975. The series, although critically acclaimed, only lasted 16 total episodes. Each episode had a run time of 30 minutes.
The show was set at the turn of the 20th century, in an old town called Elmsville. It portrayed the everyday lives of the Day family, which consisted of a widow, her three children, and her father. Each episode featured the various family members and their interaction with friends and neighbors, usually ending with a lesson learned.
The Oddball Couple (1975)
The Oddball Couple featured the misadventures of a dog and cat who lived together under the same roof. The cat's name was Spiffy and the dog's name was Fleabag. Spiffy was a very orderly and polite cat who believed in cleanliness and organization while his roommate Fleabag the dog was the exact opposite who was always rude, obnoxious, lazy and was always very disorganized and unorthodox. This relationship extended to their house - which was one-half mansion and one-half dilapidated shack - and even their car, which was half-pristine, half-junker. They had a secretary named Goldie who worked in the office they shared. The show always had two segments lasting ten minutes.
Me and the Boys
When a widower raises his three sons while running a video store, he gets help from his mother-in-law. Me and the Boys is a gentle, family-oriented tale.
Viewers will love the heartwarming moments and relatable characters. This show is perfect for those looking for a feel-good sitcom.
"Wonderbug" is a children's live-action television series in which three youths - Barry, Susan and C.C. - outwit assorted villains with the assistance of their junkyard car, "Schlepcar," which can magically transform into the crime-busting Wonderbug. Using a different disguise each week, this "Mod Squad" for kids plus their magic car proved to be invulnerable to the forces of evil.
The series follows Glasgow teenager Maggie McKinley as she navigates the challenges of adolescence and her aspirations for education and independence.
Meanwhile, Maggie's parents have different expectations, wanting her to secure a job, get married, and settle down in this coming-of-age drama set in the city of Glasgow.
Set in a New York hospital, this drama chronicles the personal and professional lives of staff psychiatrists as they struggle to diagnose patients while coping with their own personal problems. The show takes a look at daily life in the facility from the perspective of both the doctors and the patients.
Apocalyptic fire storms, raging floods and the most venomous creatures in the world. We dig deep into the science behind nature's greatest threats, to find ways to stay safe, in Australia and around the world.
Hawk is a thrilling crime drama about John Hawk, an Iroquois Indian working the night beat in New York City with his partner Detective Carter.
Filmed on location, the show captures the gritty reality of the city's criminal underworld. Burt Reynolds delivers a standout performance as the tough and determined Hawk.