Brutally Normal is an American television sitcom that starred Mike Damus which aired on The WB Television Network. The series premiered on January 24, 2000 with two back-to-back episodes later airing along with Zoe, Duncan, Jack and Jane. A total of eight episodes were produced with only five of those episodes airing with the show being canceled on February 14, 2000.
In her first lead television role, Leifer plays a savvy, single businesswoman who's just opened a Miami optometry shop with best friend Renee. Here, Carol tries to remain sane as she copes with her nearby mother and father, girl-crazy brother and younger sister who seems to be developing a strange liking for Vic Damone. Combine all of this to the many romances of Renee (who has never met a man she didn't like. a lot), and you get a pop culture comedy that finds big laughs in little moments.
You're the One is an American sitcom that aired from April 19 until May 3, 1998.
The Tom Show is an American sitcom that aired on The WB on Sunday nights from September 7, 1997 to March 15, 1998.
My Guide to Becoming a Rock Star is an American comedy television series starring Oliver Hudson. The series premiered March 14, 2002 on The WB Television Network. It is based on the UK series The Young Person's Guide to Becoming a Rock Star.
Kelly Kelly is an American situation comedy television series starring Shelley Long and Robert Hays. The series premiered April 20, 1998 on The WB.
Men, Women & Dogs is an American comedy television series starring Bill Bellamy. The series premiered October 14, 2001 on The WB Television Network.
Brats of the Lost Nebula is a puppet and computer animated series originally broadcast on the Kids' WB block of Saturday morning programming in 1998. Created by Dan Clark, the sci-fi series for kids used puppets from Jim Henson's Creature Shop and state of the art computer graphics from C.O.R.E. Digital Effects. The series followed the adventures of 5 orphans all from different planets that must band together to fight an evil invading force known as "The Shock". The series was canceled after airing its third episode in the US but the remaining episodes were shown on Canada's YTV.
Hyperion Bay is an American drama series that ran for one season on The WB Television Network from September 1998 to March 1999.
A group of eight troubled 6th grade students from Benedict Arnold Middle School in Oak Forest who continually find themselves in detention. The kids are constantly trying to stay out of detention and out of trouble.
Channel Umptee-3 is a Saturday morning animated television series created by Jim George and produced by Norman Lear that aired on The WB in 1997. Ogden Ostrich, Sheldon S. Cargo, and Holey Moley drive around the world in a van with their own underground television station, while fleeing the wrath of corporate-villain Stickley Rickets. This one-season cartoon show was designed to teach kids to appreciate the wonders of everyday things, such as sleep and water. The title is derived from the fictitious number “umpteen.”
Phantom Investigators is a cartoon show that aired on Kids' WB, premiering on May 25, 2002 and ending on June 29, 2002. It was created using a surprising mixture of stop-motion animation, puppetry, and live-action.
Life with Roger is an American sitcom that aired on the WB as part of its 1996-97 schedule.
The Legend of Calamity Jane was an animated television series produced by Canal+ and France 3. The series followed the adventures of Calamity Jane. The series was gritty and had a very European animation style. It aired in France and Canada from 1997 to 1998 and in Portugal in 2002.
Three is a drama television series which aired on The WB from February 2, 1998 to March 23, 1998.
Amanda Watson is shocked to find out that all her teenage daughter Hopper wants for her birthday is to meet her biological father. The problem is Amanda never actually met him as she only knows him from the profile she was given at the Ivy League sperm bank. After discussions with her best friend Horace, Amanda decides it's time to track down the father of her child and is mortified to discover that her supposedly ideal donor was not the Olympic medalist, Yale-educated surgeon that she has imagined all these years.
Although six episodes where produced for The WB Network's 2005-2006 season, the series never aired.