Animal Practice is a sitcom show that aired in September, 2012 on NBC. The show stars various staff members of a veterinary clinic, and explores the interactions between staff members and their clients alike.
Around the World in 80 Plates is a cooking competition show on Bravo that began airing in May, 2012. The show has 12 chefs competing in a cooking race across numerous countries countries over a period of 44 days, as they try to cook the finest dishes and meals in each country.
Arrow is an action series on The CW that started airing in October, 2012. The show is based upon the DC Comics superhero, Green Arrow. Arrow returns back to the US to fight crime and villians after he was stranded on a deserted island for five years.
Abby’s Ultimate Dance Competition is a competitive show that focuses on 12 different female and male, ages 6 through 13, dancers as they compete against each other for a $100,000 cash prize and a scholarship to the famous Jeffrey Ballet School in New York.
The A-Team was an action/adventure show that aired on Fox from 1983 to 1987. The show focused on a fictional group of ex-Special Force members who now take work as “soldiers of fortune”, AKA, mercenaries. They’re forced to choose this line of work after the Army branded them as war criminals for crimes they didn’t commit.
American Gothic was a supernatural drama horror show that aired from 1995 to 1996. The show took place in the fictional Trinity, South Carolina, and focused on corrupt town officer Lucas Buck, and normal town member Caleb Temple. Sheriff Buck is no ordinary sheriff however, as he actually is backed by powerful supernatural powers, which help him as he goes on a murderous rampage. He uses these powers to manipulate humans to do things they wouldn’t ordinarily do. So where does Caleb fit in on all of these? Well, Sheriff Buck is his father. Caleb has to do all he can to stop his father’s evil ways.
American Gladiators was a sports/reality game show competition that aired on NBC in 2008. The show sends amateur atheletes to go head-to-head with each other and the show’s “gladiators” in contests measuring their strength, agility, and endurance. The winner of the show ends up winning a grand prize of $100,000 and a brand new car.
Alphas is a science fiction drama that began airing on Syfy in 2011. The series revolves around a group of people who have been gifted superhuman abilities, who are referred to as “Alphas”. The group finds each other and ends up working together in order to stop crimes that other, less good-natured Alphas commit.
Alias Smith and Jones was a western show that ran on ABC from 1971 until 1973. The show stars Hannibal Heyes and Jedediah Curry, a pair of cousin outlaws trying to reform, given a deal by the governor. They’re promised conditional amnesty for accepting the governor’s deal, but on one condition: until it’s finished, they’ll still be considered “wanted”.
Alfred Hitchcock Presents was an anthology show that premiered on 1955 and ran until 1965. It was hosted by Alfred Hitchcock on CBS and NBC. The show featured a variety of different stories, dramas, thrillers, and mysteries.