Family Album is an American single-camera comedy television pilot that was in development for Fox as a midseason replacement in the 2011–12 television season, where it would serve as a fill-in for Glee during its break. The pilot was created and executive produced by Joe Port and Joe Wiseman for Fox Television Studios. On August 11, 2011, it was announced that the pilot would not be picked up to series by Fox.
Judge AlexSeptember 18, 2005
Judge Alex is an American arbitration-based reality court show, presided over by retired police officer, lawyer, and Florida Judge Alex E. Ferrer. The first-run syndication series debuted on September 12, 2005. The court show entered its 9th season on September 9, 2013.
Texas Justice is a syndicated American arbitration-based reality court show. In the program, cases were run by former Houston attorney Larry Joe Doherty, and the program was recorded at the studios of Fox station KRIV in Houston, Texas. The series lasted for 4¹⁄2 seasons in syndication from March 26, 2001 until May 20, 2005. It was cancelled in September 2005.
In most markets, the program was replaced by Judge Alex; that program also tapes at KRIV.
For a time in early February 2010, reruns of Texas Justice began airing on Ion Television until February 19. In, September 2010, the show was turned over to its sister network ION Life and aired there until September 2011. It currently airs at 7am and 12pm Monday-Friday, on YouToo TV.
Divorce Court began as a dramatized court show, but later and presently an arbitration-based reality court show. The program is nontraditional within the judicial genre as it only resolves the disputes of divorcing couples. It has been presided over by many television personalities, currently former Cleveland Heights Municipal Court Judge Lynn Toler. Divorce Court is now produced by Monet Lane Prods. and distributed by 20th Television.
Divorce Court is the longest-running program in the legal courtroom genre, and of the shows now airing in the genre, is the oldest. It has been revived more than any other court show: the series has lived three lives in first-run syndication: from 1957 to 1969, from 1985 to 1992, and since 1999. It has had four different "judges," most of which presided in different lives of the show, though 2 presided separately within the same life of the show. Unlike the show's previous lives which portrayed standard court cases with opening and closing arguments and attorneys representing the litigants, litigants defend themselves in the present life of the show, which is similar to most current court shows.
Sister KateSeptember 16, 1989
Sister Kate is an American sitcom that aired on NBC during the 1989–1990 television season.
Crowned: The Mother of All PageantsDecember 12, 2007
Crowned: The Mother of All Pageants is an eight-episode competition that featured multiple mother-daughter teams working together as pairs to win a beauty pageant competition. The show ran for eight episodes on The CW from December 12, 2007 to January 30, 2008.
The competition was judged by Carson Kressley, Shanna Moakler and television personality Cynthia Garrett.
Each pair attempted to brand a 'style' for their mother/daughter team via clothing and swimwear, create ways of expressing a point of view about issues in the world, and practice for the big pageant dance number. The prize package included a $100,000 cash award, a custom-designed platinum and diamond crown necklace, and tiaras.
The show was a production of Swim Entertainment and Fox Television Studios, with creator/executive producer Laurie Girion.
On May 13, 2008, The CW officially cancelled the series. The show averaged 1.79 for its sole season.
Pageant Director-Linnea Maloney
Linnea Mancini Maloney won the Miss New York USA 1988 title and went on to compete in the Miss USA 1988 pageant. She played in all Episodes 1-8 as the Pageant Director of Crowned, The Mother of all Pageants.
Percy Jackson and the OlympiansJuly 16, 2021
The long requested Disney+ adaptation of Rick Riordan's Percy Jackson, currently in development.
Charlie & Co.September 18, 1985
Charlie & Co. is an American sitcom that originally aired on CBS from September 18, 1985 to May 16, 1986. Created by Allan Katz, the series stars Flip Wilson and Gladys Knight. Charlie & Co. is regarded as CBS's answer to The Cosby Show, which was a ratings success for NBC at the time. Unlike The Cosby Show, which ran for eight seasons, Charlie & Co. lasted for only one.
The Pursuit of HappinessOctober 30, 1987
Pursuit of Happiness is an American sitcom that aired on ABC from October 30, 1987 to January 22, 1988.
Ladies ManOctober 27, 1980
Ladies Man is an American situation comedy television series starring Lawrence Pressman as a divorced male working at a women's magazine. The series premiered October 27, 1980, on CBS. The program also stars Louise Sorel and her former husband, Herbert Edelman. The show was written by Anne Convy and Carmen Finestra. The series did not do well in the ratings and was canceled after one season.
Husbands, Wives & LoversMarch 10, 1978
Husbands, Wives & Lovers is a CBS television sitcom that aired for only one season in 1978. Created by Joan Rivers, this program focused on the relationships of five suburban couples living in the San Fernando Valley.
It's Not EasySeptember 29, 1983
It's Not Easy is an American sitcom that aired from September 29 until October 27, 1983.
W*A*L*T*E*RJuly 17, 1984
W*A*L*T*E*R is a pilot for a spin-off of M*A*S*H made in 1984 that was never picked up. It starred Gary Burghoff, who reprised his M*A*S*H character.
The show relates the adventures of Corporal Walter O'Reilly after he returns home from the Korean War. He is no longer calling himself "Radar" and has moved away from Iowa after he sent his mother to live with his aunt. Settling in St. Louis, Missouri, by the beginning of the series he has become a police officer, though his character is still as in the original series.
Cade's CountySeptember 19, 1971
Cade's County was about Sam Cade, the tough but sensitive sheriff of sprawling Madrid County located somewhere in the American Southwest. Between chases and shootouts, the show dealt with a number of relevant 1970s issues such as the plight of the Native American.
The Law FirmJuly 28, 2005
The Law Firm is an hour-long reality television, nontraditional court show series that premiered on NBC on July 28, 2005. In the series, twelve young up-and-coming trial lawyers competed for a grand prize of $250,000.
At the end of each show, attorney Roy Black decided which two competitors were the weakest and needed to be dismissed, using the catchphrase "The verdict is in. You're out."
The series was cancelled by NBC after two weeks on the air due to weak ratings.
Temporarily YoursMarch 5, 1997
Temporarily Yours is an American sitcom that ran for six episodes in 1997.
HagenMarch 15, 1980
Hagen is an American legal drama television series that aired from March 15 until April 24, 1980.
Capitol CrittersJanuary 31, 1992
Capitol Critters is an animated television series about the lives of mice, rats, and roaches who reside in the basement and walls of the White House in Washington, D.C. The series was produced by Steven Bochco Productions and Hanna-Barbera Productions in association with 20th Century Fox Television for ABC, which aired seven out of the show's 13 episodes from January 31, 1992 to March 14, 1992. Cartoon Network later aired all 13 episodes in 1995.
The series was part of a spate of attempts by major networks to develop prime time animated shows to compete with the surprise success of Fox's The Simpsons, alongside CBS's Fish Police and Family Dog. All three proved unsuccessful and were quickly cancelled.