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Monsuno

Meteors fell to the planet. These meteors carried LIFE - in the form of powerful, chaotic, uncontrollable genetic material. This was MONSUNO; origins unknown, but catastrophically destructive to the planet's prehistoric population. As the dinosaurs perished, the uninvited Monsuno essence fell instinctively dormant - and over millions of years, dropped deeper and deeper below the planet's surface.. Until TODAY. When a potent energy source is discovered in the K-layers of the planet, scientist Jeredy Suno believes he's struck a solution to the ever-mounting energy crisis. What he doesn't know - this green energy source is a ticking time bomb. Can it be controlled?


Lazer Tag Academy (1986)

Produced by Ruby Spears Animation, this cartoon was based on the Lazer Tag toys. The series aired on NBC from Sept. 13, 1986 to Aug. 22, 1987, and was canceled due to the bankruptcy of Worlds of Wonder (the makers of the Lazer Tag toys). The series followed the adventures of Jamie Jaren, a 13 year-old Lazer Tag champion from the year 3010, who journeys back in time to stop the evil Draxon Drear. She joins forces with her ancestors, Tom, Beth and Nicky Jaren, who also share her special powers. For most people, the Lazer Tag weapons (called "Starlites") are harmless toys, but for others like the Jarens, they become weapons that allow them (along with the Star Sensor) to travel in time, move objects, etc.


Teknoman

In the United Global Year (UGY) 193, the Earth is under attack from an extraterrestrial enemy; the Radam. The Radam are led by an even deadlier force, known as the Tekkamen. Surrounding the Earth is the huge man-made orbital ring known as the Space Ring. The Space Ring was constructed well before the arrival of Radam and was the first human structure attacked by them. As the aliens attacked, those that were left either fled or were killed, and the Space Ring was largely abandoned, serving only as a battle ground for Blade and the Tekkamen. Fighting against Radam and the Tekkamen are the Space Knights. Led by Commander Heinrich Freeman, the Space Knights are a Special Defense Force, and Earth's last hope for defeating the mighty Radam. The Space Knights consist of Noal, the pilot of the Space Knights' ship the Blue Earth; Aki Kisaragi, the Blue Earth Navigator; Milly, Communications Operator; Rebin, computer wiz and mechanic; and Honda, Mechanic and Repairs. The Space Knights have been unsuccessful at repelling the Radam until the arrival of D-Boy (Dangerous Boy - Tekkaman Blade's nickname while amnesiac), a mysterious young man who has the ability to transform into the powerful warrior known as Tekkaman Blade.


Air Force One is Down

Alistair Maclean's highly charged novel is brought to life for a contemporary audience in this tense, international thriller.


Heirs to the Dare

Three famed adrenaline junkies follow in the footsteps of daredevils past, performing dangerous motorcycle stunts that thrill audiences across the country. Henry "Pitbull" Rife, Bubba Blackwell, and Super Joe Reed stop at nothing to perform the most outrageous jumps for the thrills, and fees that come with doing these huge death defying jumps.


Knights of Mayhem

This show is the National Geographic series which looks at an interesting sport derived from medieval times. These athletes compete in professional jousting, the next extreme sport that is set to sweep the globe. Join these modern Lancelots as they don over a hundred pounds of armor, saddle up their horses and charge at their opponents.


Szomszedok

The series was a soap opera, dealing with the lives of ordinary people, living and working in or around an average lakótelep (Gazdagréti microdistrict, a socialist housing estate with several thousand flats in Budapest, built in the 1980s). Its characters were explored, over time, in equal depth: ranging from elderly pensioners, busy middle aged professionals, up-and-coming young people, and children growing into their teens.


Go Back to Where You Came From

This series sparked heated national and international debate when it aired on SBS Australia last year. Refugees and asylum seekers are a controversial issue around the globe and Go Back to Where You Came From (4 x 60) followed six Australians who agreed to challenge their preconceived notions about refugees and asylum seekers by retracing their harrowing journeys from their original homelands...in reverse.


Vanishing Son

Russell Wong starred as Jian-Wa Chang, a musician who escaped from the People's Republic of China after being involved in a student demonstration against the government. He and his brother Wago escaped to the USA; he pursued his music while Wago became drawn to a life of organized crime.


Casey Jones

Television version of the classic train story of Casey Jones, the engineer of the steam-engine powered "Cannonball Express".