118 projects
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(Primetime Comedy) After being summarily laughed out of Hollywood, Ben returns to his home town and takes a teaching job at his old high school, along with his two best friends. His life becomes a purgatory where he relives the terrors of high school over and over again.
(Primetime Comedy) A buddy comedy about two heterosexual male nurses working in Precious Meadows, a nursing home in South Bend, Indiana
(Primetime Comedy) The adventures of four helpdesk technicians employed at PJ Stanley, a large investment bank in Mid-town Manhattan. Parodies corporate America through the eyes of the Help Desk as they pursue the American dream of “Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Technology.”
 
(Primetime Comedy) An animated short cartoon series or 30 minute episode based on our array of goofy charachters.
(Primetime Comedy) Uncle George is a small-time professional clown who can't stand kids but loooves money.
(Children and Tweens) 5 teenage friends form a club on the roof of their New York apartment building and solve crimes in the neighborhood.
 
(Preschool) American Shorthair Meow the cat travels abroard. He shares songs, games, food and the language he learns from the country he visits.
(Primetime Comedy) The moon is an undercover alien base where three mischievous alien kids are punished by their father to work for a living by studying the bizarre habits of earthlings, while their granny, supreme leader of their kind, decides if the human race should be terminated or not...
(Primetime Comedy) WATCH TRAILER!... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XxWHiabgjgQ AS SURREAL AS A PAINTING BY DALI AND AS DARKLY HUMOROUS AS A STORY BY KAFKA. Our hero (anti-hero?) Marduk has a new adventure every episode.
 
(Primetime Comedy) The last 7 survivors on Earth must reproduce to save the human race. There's only one problem: they're co-workers stranded on a company retreat... forever.
(Primetime Comedy) Two childhood friends reunite as "talent wranglers" for a comic-convention company where they must tend to any and all needs of the celebrities on the show circuit as well as placate the public in this ensemble dramedy.
(Primetime Comedy) Failing Up is a comedy of errors, driven by two best friends trying to find their way in a new city, and finding out that it’s a lot harder than they thought it would be. Cam wants to be an audio engineer, and Alyssa a singer/songwriter.
 
(Preschool) Fairy tales for children of split households. Each five minute animation helps them understand the difficulties of their world with sensitivity. Not sugared up, the stories handle difficult feelings at the safe distance of the fairy tale. Told like Grimm’s tales.
(Preschool) Ing and Ning are two small aliens tootling around an Earth home and neighbourhood in miniature space ships, trying to figure out what things are for. They find lots of misuses for objects while figuring them out. Short claymations to foster fun, outside-the-box-thinking.
(Preschool) A forward-thinking cave-boy and his team of Build-o-saurs (dinosaurs crossed with construction equipment) have fun and learn by building lots of cool things around their prehistoric town of Neander Falls.
 
(Primetime Comedy) Futuristic parodies of modern life, mashing Futurama with SCTV. Broadcast from an alien part of the universe these animated TV shows are a collection of gags mixed in with longer sketches, as if channel hopping. Includes news, ads, dramas from an alien point of view.
(Primetime Comedy) Two married sisters in Beverly Hills and their best friend, a psychologist, deal with the slings and arrows of everyday life from their spouses, children, and karate mates on and off the dojo floor.
(Primetime Comedy) Stan and Magnus are two professional wrestlers whose job is to lose. One day, Stan is dragged kicking and screaming into the main event by Dr. Dynamite, the world champ, and the most popular wrestler on the roster, when he believes Stan is having an affair with his ex-wife.
 
(Primetime Comedy) SQUIRRELS EDGE is a rundown rooming house on the outskirts of New Jersey. The residents know that this is their last chance to salvage some civility in their lives. One slip-up, one missed paycheck and they will fall through the cracks to homelessness.
(Primetime Comedy) A normal man moves to the city to run his deceased fathers apartment complex. But the tenants are all supernatural creatures, and he must learn to coexist with them, as does the world at large.
(Primetime Comedy) Otto, a young part-car-part-boy, is an unpopular student who is shunned for being different, and struggles to fit in.
 
(Primetime Comedy) John, a middle-aged hospital executive and in-the-closet gay, must deal with his nephew and his nephew’s girlfriend moving into his condo, his twin sister pressing blind dates on him, and his two gay friends who live in an alternate reality.
(Primetime Comedy) A reformed ex-con and a loose-cannon police officer shoot, punch, and kick their city clean of crime in a fun and referential satire of the buddy-cop genre.
(Children and Tweens) The Amalaganimals are a group of animal children who are all the product of mixed couplings who set out on a journey of self-discovery learning not only about themselves but also about other races and cultures.
 
(Primetime Comedy) Ulysses S. Grant and Robert E. Lee are abducted by aliens and sent forward in time to present day Washington, D.C. where they must live together in a shabby apartment building to make ends meet in their strange new world.
(Primetime Comedy) A brutally honest, darkly humerous look at four twenty something friends and their struggles to become independent adults through the worst economic crisis since the great depression.
(Primetime Comedy) Uncle George is a small-time professional clown who can't stand kids but loooves money.
 
(Children and Tweens) A curious young girl gets the ultimate fantasy - her wishes granted by five magical genies... who never seem to get it right!
(Children and Tweens) A girl with psychic abilities encounters interesting characters around her apartment building while trying to keep her eccentric grandmother out of trouble and CPS off her back.
(Primetime Comedy) Ulysses S. Grant and Robert E. Lee are abducted by aliens and sent forward in time to present day Washington, D.C. where they must live together in a ratty apartment building to make ends meet in their strange new world.