Nura is a Japanese anime series from creator Hiroshi Shiibashi. The series follows young, Rikuo Nura, who is part human and part yōkai, which is a supernatural being of sort in Japanese folklore. Rikuo is unbeknownst to his friends as the third generation heir to lead the Nura Clan, which he ends up claiming. He claims his role and gathers allies to take on those that try and stop him.
Nova is a documentary science series from PBS that explores the mysteries of the universe. The series uncovers every aspect of the universe in an extraordinary documentary that incorporates visual, narratives, and interviews with scientists. Some of the award winning series episodes include, The Miracle of Life, Bioterror, Galileo’s Battle for the Heavens, and Mars Dead or Alive.
Night Stalker is a science fiction series that aired on ABC in 2005 about reporter, Carl Kolchak (Stuart Townsend) who investigates the paranormal. This series is loosely based on the original 1970’s Kolchak series. In the series, Kolchak is trying to find answers to his wife’s mysterious murder, while uncovering other murders that are linked to the paranormal. The problem that Kolchak faces is bringing to light what he finds in dark places.
Night Gallery is a horror series hosted by Rod Sterling, which aired on NBC in 1970. Each weekly episode would open in a dark museum with Rod Sterling introducing a scary tale that was based on a painting in the museum. Every episode would start a new and shocking tale with unexpected endings. Episodes included monsters or even a plan of revenge backfiring on the culprit.
News Radio is a sitcom about Dave Nelson (Dave Foley) who goes to work as the new news director for New York AM radio station, WNYX. The series follows Dave in his new job as he attempts to fit in with a group of various characters including his billionaire eccentric boss, Jimmy James (Stephen Root). Throughout the episodes, news worthy events from history are turned into comical plots.
Newhart is a sitcom that aired in 1982 about author, Dick Loudon (Bob Newhart) and his wife, Joana (Mary Frann), leaving New York City behind to live in rural Vermont. The series follows the couple as they try and fit in with their new rural surroundings, while running the historical old Statford Inn. Later in the series Dick becomes a local celebrity as host to TV show, Vermont Today.
New Amsterdam aired on Fox about a 400 year old NYPD homicide detective. John was a Dutch soldier in 1642, when he had a spell of immortality placed on him for saving the life of a Native American girl. Forever trapped in the appearance of a 35 year old, John solves crime while looking for his one love. Throughout the series John reflects on his years of immortality of being a soldier, doctor, teacher, CIA agent, and even attorney.
New Adam 12 is a police drama series that was remade from 1960’s version with the same name. The series follows the daily lives of Los Angeles police officers, Matt Doyle (Ethan Wayne) and Gus Grant (Peter Parros), who are assigned to the patrol car, Adam-12. The two cops take on L.A. crime with a mix of unpredictable and humorous situations.
Necessary Roughness is a series about Dr. Dani Santino (Callie Thorne) who becomes the top therapist for the New York Hawks football team. After catching her husband cheating, Dani regains control of her life by becoming psychotherapist to the New York Hawks troubled wide receiver, Terrence “TK” King (Mehcad Brooks). The series follows Dani in her new life of a single mom, new relationships, along with taking on a pro football team.
Nanny and the Professor is a sitcom that aired in 1970 about a Nanny Phoebe Figalilly (Juliet Mills) that just happens to have psychic abilities. This cheerful and magical Nanny shows up to help widowed dad, Professor Harold Everett (Richard Long) to help care for his three children, Hal (David Doremus), Butch (Trent Lehman), and Prudence (Kim Richards). The nanny just happens to fit right in with the family after the children had already chased prior housekeepers away.