Three strangers who share an obsession with true crime suddenly find themselves wrapped up in one.
The Mysterious Benedict SocietySeptember 1, 2020
Four gifted orphans are recruited by an eccentric benefactor to go on a secret mission. Placed undercover at a boarding school known as The Institute, they must foil a nefarious plot with global ramifications, while creating a new sort of family along the way.
Percy Jackson and the OlympiansJuly 16, 2021
The long requested Disney+ adaptation of Rick Riordan's Percy Jackson, currently in development.
Follow a cartooned 6-year-old Prince George spilling the royal “tea” on his family, followers and the British Monarchy.
What Just Happened??! with Fred SavageJune 30, 2019
A behind the scenes look at a half-hour hybrid comedy/talk aftershow dedicated to exploring the fandom surrounding “The Flare,” a fictional sci-fi thriller drama. A satire on the glut of aftershows and the big genre dramas they follow.
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.
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.
HagenMarch 15, 1980
Hagen is an American legal drama television series that aired from March 15 until April 24, 1980.
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.
Orson Welles' Great MysteriesSeptember 1, 1973
Orson Welles' Great Mysteries was a British television series The series was an anthology of different tales. Each episode was introduced by Orson Welles, who was the only regular actor in the series.
In the opening titles, Welles would be shown in silhouette as he walked through a hallway towards the camera, smoking a cigar and outfitted in a broad-brimmed hat and a huge cloak, the outfit itself being a nod to his having provided the voice of The Shadow in the radio program. When he actually appeared on-screen to introduce the episodes, his face would be all that would be shown, in extreme close-up and very low lighting.
Rhythm & BluesSeptember 24, 1992
Rhythm & Blues is a short-lived 1992 American sitcom that aired on NBC for only five weeks from September 24, 1992 to October 22, 1992 with an additional left over episode airing on February 19, 1993. The show stars Roger Kabler, Anna Maria Horsford, Ron Glass, Troy Curvey Jr., Vanessa Bell Calloway, Miguel A. Nunez, Jr., and Christopher Babers.
The premise of the show stars Kabler as Bobby Soul, a white man who gets hired on a black radio station after being initially mistaken as a black man.
Despite being listed among NBC's Must See TV Thursday night lineup after A Different World at 8:00 and before Cheers at 9:00, the show was cancelled after only five weeks due to low ratings. The show was heavily criticized for relying on traditional black stereotypes for its humor. TV Guide said that: "What makes a show built on white jokes any better than a show built on black jokes?"
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.
W.E.B.September 13, 1978
W.E.B. is an American TV series that aired for less than a month on NBC in 1978.
Five FingersOctober 4, 1959
Five Fingers is an NBC adventure/drama series set in Europe during the Cold War loosely based on the 1952 film 5 Fingers, starring James Mason and Danielle Darrieux. It ran from October 3, 1959, to January 9, 1960.
David Hedison starred as 32-year-old Victor Sebastian, an American counterintelligence officer with the code name "Five Fingers". Luciana Paluzzi played Simone Genet, Sebastian's secretary and romantic interest. Paul Burke played Robertson, Sebastian's contact man.
Five Fingers itself was based on the book Operation Cicero by L.C. Moyzisch and on the memoirs of Elyesa Bazna. Bazna was something of an antihero in real life; the television series transformed the character from a World War II-era mercenary Albanian into a Cold War era heroic American. Sebastian posed as a Communist to gain information on party activities. His public cover was that of a theatrical booking agent for clubs and cafes throughout Europe.
Bracken's WorldSeptember 19, 1969
Bracken's World is an American drama series broadcast on NBC from September 19, 1969 to December 25, 1970. The series was created and produced by Dorothy Kingsley.
The LonerSeptember 18, 1965
The Loner is an American western series that ran for less than one season on CBS from 1965 to 1966, under the alternate sponsorship of Philip Morris and Procter & Gamble.
Working It OutAugust 22, 1990
Working It Out is an American situation comedy broadcast by NBC as part of its 1990 fall lineup. The series was created and executive produced by Bill Persky.
Young Dan'l BooneSeptember 12, 1977
Young Dan'l Boone is a short-lived TV series broadcast on CBS for only four episodes from September 12 to October 10, 1977. The series followed Daniel Boone on his adventures before he was married. His 3 companions were Peter Dawes, a 12-year-old English boy, a runaway slave named Hawk, and a Cherokee named Tsiskwa. Meanwhile, Rebecca Bryan waits at home hoping she and Daniel would marry someday.
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.