Pretty Little Liars is a teen drama television series based on the novels written by Sara Shepard. It is set in the fictional town of Rosewood, Pennsylvania. The series follows four friends who band together against an anonymous foe who threatens to reveal their deepest darkest secrets, while they try to unraveling mystery of who murdered of their best friend.
Problem Child is a animated series from Universal Cartoon about a havoc wrecking boy, Junior Healy (voice by Benjamin Diskin). Junior lives with his adopted police officer dad, Ben Healy (voice by Mark L. Taylor) in the town of Toe. In this cartoon series Junior along with his pet mole get into all sorts of mischief against any adults.
Project Runway is a reality series hosted by Heidi Klum, where fashion designers compete through elimination process for cash towards their own line. The series starts with a number of designers who are given a themed project with a limited budget and short time frame to complete. The designers must present their clothing design on a model down a runway for a panel of judges. Each week someone is eliminated until there are three finalists who compete against eachother with a line of clothing. Regular judges on the series include designer, Michael Kors and Marie Claire magazine director, Nina Garcia.
The Pretender is a sci-fi action drama series that aired on NBC in 1996 about a man with the ability to impersonate anyone. Jarod (Michael T. Weiss) was a genius child who developed the ability to accurately impersonate anyone in any profession. At a young age, Jarod was told his parents were dead and forced by a secret agency to live at place called, the Center. After realizing that his abilities are being used, Jarod escapes in search of the truth. The series follows Jarod as he searches for answers about his parents and uses his power of impersonation to help people.
The Practice is a drama layer series that aired in 1997 on ABC about a private Boston Law firm. Attorney Bobby Donnell (Dylan McDermott) starts his own practice with the help of paralegal, Rebecca Washington (Lisa Gay Hamilton), and hiring attorneys, Ellenor Frutt (Camryn Manheim), Eugene Young (Steve Harris), and Lindsay Dole (Kelli Williams). Bobby’s original dream was a practice that would defend the innocent, but in order to stay in business he realizes that they must defend some not so savory characters.
Pipe Dream is a reality series from the Golf Channel about making it in professional golf. Mark Burk was a professional golfer, until he was accused of domestic violence, which left him broke and homeless. The series follows Mark at age 53, as he tries to make a come back on the Champions Tour.
PINKS All Out is a reality series where drag racers from all over the country come to race for money and fame. People from every background have the opportunity to race the car they built without sponsors and no pit crews. The cash prize started around $18,000, but has reached higher in later seasons. In this series hundreds of cars are eliminated so that the best of the best drag racers can take on each other for the main prizes.
The Price is Right is the oldest running reality show with 40 seasons, which started off with host, Bob Barker in 1972. How the game show works is four contestants must guess a price on a product. The person that guesses the closest price without going over wins, then moves onto smaller games.
The Pink Panther was an animated series which aired in 1993 with the big infamous pink cat, Pink Panther (voice by Matt Frewer). This series is notable for being the first time Pink Panther is given a voice. This half hour long cartoon series is based around shorts with the Pink Panther and others that included, The Ant and the Aardvark, along with The Dogfather.
Picket Fences is a drama series that aired on CBS in 1992 about the strange little town of Rome, Wisconsin. The series centers on the Brock family, which includes the town’s Sheriff Jimmy Brock (Tom Skerritt) and his wife the town’s doctor, Jill (Kathy Baker), and three kids, Kimberly (Holly Marie Combs), Zachary (Adam Wylie), and Matthew (Justin Shenkarow). In almost every episode there is some bizarre town happening, controversial topic, or even murder needing solved.