The New Odd Couple is an American sitcom that aired on ABC from 1982–1983, and was an updated version of the 1970s television series The Odd Couple. The New Odd Couple was the second attempt to remake a series of one of Neil Simon's plays with a primarily African-American cast. The first was Barefoot in the Park.
Come Back Mrs. Noah is a British sitcom that aired on BBC1 from 1977 to 1978. Starring Mollie Sugden and Ian Lavender, it was written by Jeremy Lloyd and David Croft, who had also written Are You Being Served?, which had also starred Mollie Sugden. Joke banter was recycled from other series, and outrageously strange props were used. Come Back Mrs Noah was not a success, with some regarding it as one of the worst British sitcoms ever made.
Saturday Night Live with Howard Cosell is an American television comedy-variety program that ran on ABC from September 1975 to January 1976, hosted by Howard Cosell and executive-produced by Roone Arledge. The series ran for 18 episodes before being cancelled. The show was later remembered by its director Don Mischer as "one of the greatest disasters in the history of television," largely due to Cosell and Arledge, both veterans of sports broadcasting, being entirely unfamiliar with comedy and variety programming. Despite having highly notable celebrities both as cast members and guests, Saturday Night Live with Howard Cosell has never been made available on home video. Saturday Night Live with Howard Cosell should not be confused with the sketch comedy program Saturday Night Live, which debuted on rival network NBC in October 1975 when NBC began airing a late night comedy show produced by Lorne Michaels titled NBC's Saturday Night. After Cosell's show was cancelled, the NBC show renamed itself Saturday Night Live. The shows did not directly compete, as Cosell's Saturday Night Live aired at 8 p.m. EST/PST, whereas NBC's Saturday Night aired at 11:30 p.m.
Foofur is a children's animated series made by Hanna-Barbera. It aired on NBC from 1986 to 1988. The protagonist and title character was a skinny blue dog. The animated series was produced in part by William Hanna. There was also a comic book series from Star Comics. Foofur played a role in the case Nationwide Insurance v. Board of Trustees of the University of Illinois, 116 F.3d 1154. The case dealt with an insurer's duty to defend an insured party in light of the insured's intentional acts of property damage. The insured, a drunken college student, tried to spell out "Foofur" on the football field with lighter fluid, and then burn it permanently into the astroturf. Although he did not manage to spell out more than "Foo", he did succeed in causing $600,000 damage to the astroturf. The court held that such an act was not within the insurance policy's liability coverage.
Baa Bahoo Aur Baby was as a popular comedy drama, broadcast on India's Star Plus channel between 2005 and 2010. The series revolved around the fictitious Thakkar family, living in a large house in Parla East, Mumbai.
Uncle Jack was a children's TV show which aired on BBC1 in the early 1990s. The show's hero, Jack Green, and his family are on a mission to save the planet. Jack Green's arch nemesis was a woman who was only known as The Vixen who would be planning on overtaking the world. Uncle Jack ran for four series; each had an environmental message: ⁕Uncle Jack and Operation Green ⁕Uncle Jack and the Loch Noch Monster ⁕Uncle Jack and the Dark Side of the Moon ⁕Uncle Jack and Cleopatra's Mummy
Love Around is an on-going 2013 Taiwanese idol romantic-comedy television series. The television drama was produced by Sanlih E-Television starring George Hu as the male main lead and Annie Chen as the female main lead. It was first aired on June 9, 2013 on TTV channel after King Flower. This marks the second series that George Hu and Annie Chen co-starred and paired up with each other after Love, Now in 2012.
Good Vibrations is a 1992 Australian mini series about a family who discover their house is a portal to the after life. It was shot from 1 July to 2 August 1991.
A children's TV series set in a hospital.
I'm Spazticus is a British hidden camera prank show by Channel 4, produced by Jamie O'Leary. From the Channel 4 website, I'm Spazticus is where "A cast of disabled talent prank members of the public in a cheeky and irreverent way".