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(Primetime Comedy) In Silicon Valley, the right algorithm can make you a king. And these four friends think they've finally cracked the code.
(Children and Tweens) A globetrotting action adventure comedy following the exploits of 13 year old Atticus Atlas and his family as they're sucked into a plot by smugglers to incite the end of the world in Norse mythology: Ragnarok. Indiana Jones meets MacGyver, but with a kid friendly flavor.
(Primetime Comedy) Follows four Senators who live together in a rented house in Washington, D.C.
 
(Primetime Comedy) A smart-mouthed charmer who flamed out in life returns to the place where he was once the king – high school – but isn’t quite prepared for his new role as, gulp… a substitute teacher.
(Primetime Comedy) A couples therapist attempts to juggle her clients' relationship problems and her own awkward, complicated love life.
(Preschool) “The Travel Cat Journals” is a series about a toy cat, named Max, that has the ability to travel anywhere in the world while his family is out of the house.
 
(Primetime Comedy) DREGZ is like Seinfeld with an R rating. It is a comedy about societies so-called low-lifes. The main character, Bobby Smalls, is a lovable brain-damaged pothead who, with his three friends and a sarcastic cat named Buzz, encounter a variety of misfits and misadventures.
(Primetime Comedy) Divorced & turning 50, Ben decides it's time to start dating again. Big problem-the dating rules have changed and he's so rusty after 20 yrs on the sidelines that his anxieties and insecurities get in his way. His 3 clueless friends try to help but only make matters worse.
(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.
 
(Children and Tweens) Woobies are magical characters born when a wish is made on a dandelion. They come from an old Irish story called The Legend of the Woobies. They connect with people who make wishes and learn to make wishes come true. Woobies are about the Magic of BELIEVING.
(Primetime Comedy) Gary is a twenty-nine year old loser with no hopes or prospects. Leo is his apathetic guardian angel. When Gary loses his will to live, Leo must break his anonymity and show Gary what life on Earth is all about: taking advantage of others to get what you want.
(Children and Tweens) The child-Bo is the culmination of powers from the Divine Cow(BOVINE) and The Wish granting Tree(VINE), under Bo’s stewardship a pack of kids and a sentient Panda gang up and indefatigably nix the Evil as and when it rises.
 
(Primetime Comedy) Fresh from Scotland, young Angus MacVittie hopes to find his American Dream in Baltimore. He discovers a family in a motley group of Boarders living in the childhood home of Bill Cleary and his legendary sister, Sister Mary Pat.
(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) A documentary style, scripted series. "The Kitchen" provides a candid and entertaining look into the world of commercial kitchens from 25 year restaurant veteran, chef and film maker Andrew Doyle from the perspective of a documentary film crew.
 
(Children and Tweens) After climbing the beanstalk and fending off a giant, Jack finds himself in a mysterious world from which he can't escape. Jack must adventure through a land of giants, dragons, unicorns, wizards, and other mystical creatures in search of a way home.
(Primetime Comedy) Amongst several sketches featuring various Princetonian characters, Ben Jamin introduces us to the "ghetto" of Princeton.
(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 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.
(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) An animated short cartoon series or 30 minute episode based on our array of goofy charachters.
 

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(Preschool) The concept is about a mischevious kid who loves adventure.
(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.
 
(Children and Tweens) The show is a reflection of the music, poetry and stories that have defined the work of Darrell House for the last 20 years. It will be geared to a younger audience, and stress strong family values and good citizenship while encouraging kids to use their imaginations.
(Primetime Comedy) Two recent college graduates can't seem to find any work until they stumble onto a spooky temp agency that can get them jobs that sound legitimate, but always end in a confrontation with ancient evil.
(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.
(Primetime Comedy) When all of 25 year-old Shannon Granger’s life savings are stolen, she has no choice but to take a job at research house running focus groups with an ensemble of quirky characters. Imagine ‘The Office’ meets "Don't trust the B in apt. 23"