Armed with boyish charm and a sharp wit, the former "SNL" writer offers sly takes on marriage, his beef with babies and the time he met Bill Clinton.
Kid vs. Kat is a Canadian-American animated television series developed and produced at Studio B Productions. The show was created and co-directed by Rob Boutilier. The series is distributed by Studio B Productions. The feature revolves around a 10-year-old boy's constant battle with his sister's Sphinx cat which, in reality, is a cybernetic alien. The show premiered on YTV in Canada on October 25, 2008, aired on Disney XD in the United States on February 21, 2009, and then ended on June 4, 2011. It ran for 2 seasons, spanning 52 episodes.
Sid the Science Kid is a half-hour PBS Kids series that debuted on September 1, 2008. The computer generated show is produced by The Jim Henson Company and then-PBS member KCET in Los Angeles, California using the Henson Digital Puppetry Studio. The show is produced by motion capture which allows puppeteers to voice digitally animated characters in real time. Production began in the fall of 2008 with 42 half-hour episodes of Sid the Science Kid having been ordered. The series debuted on PBS Kids on September 1, 2008, with a two-year on-air commitment. The original working title for the series was "What's the Big Idea?" and the central character, Sid, was originally named Josh. KOCE, the current primary PBS member for the Los Angeles area, began co-producing the show after KCET disaffiliated with PBS on December 31, 2010. 24-hour preschool channel PBS Kids Sprout acquired Sid the Science Kid on March 25, 2013. It airs daily at 3:30pm ET.
The Alaska Kid is a 1991 German / Russian / Polish television miniseries, based on Jack London's 1912 short story anthology, Smoke Bellew. First broadcast on the German ZDF network in December 1993, the series stars Mark Pillow as "The Alaska Kid" Jack Bellew, a newspaper reporter on his beat during the Klondike Gold Rush in Alaska.
Bruno the Kid is an animated series produced in 1996.
When small-town kid, Mayo Davis, moved to Los Angeles, he knew helping his mom run a motel would be exciting. What he didn't know was how lonely he would be. So when a mysterious girl drives by on a parade float and waves at Mayo, he embarks on an epic and surreal quest to find her, only to discover that he has to make a choice between making a friend and making a stand.
Bringing three families per episode into a fixed-rig residential setting our dynamic team of child psychologists will be on hand to conduct a variety of warm and funny stunts to capture the kids genuine reactions to certain scenarios.
Henry Hart is a regular kid in the eighth grade who has a not-so-regular, part-time gig as Kid Danger. Kid Danger and his sidekick-in-training Captain Man embark on new adventures as they battle bizarre criminals and super villains.
The Cisco Kid is a half-hour American Western television series starring Duncan Renaldo in the title role, The Cisco Kid, and Leo Carrillo as the jovial sidekick, Pancho. Cisco and Pancho were technically desperados, wanted for unspecified crimes, but instead viewed by the poor as Robin Hood figures who assisted the downtrodden when law enforcement officers proved corrupt or unwilling to help. It was also the first television series to be filmed in color, although few viewers saw it in color until the 1960s.
A sketch comedy series based off the famous podcast, "The Fighter and The Kid"
Wish Kid starring Macaulay Culkin is an animated television series that originally aired on Saturday mornings from September 14, 1991, through July 1992 on NBC, although a few repeats aired from 1998, through 2002 on Toon Disney after that. Produced by DIC Entertainment, the series starred pre-teen movie star Macaulay Culkin.
Kid's Beat is a series of one-minute televised news segments that summarized topic such as sports, education and current events for children and pre-teens. The segments were broadcast in the United States on TBS from 1983 until the mid-1990s, between weekday afternoon children's animated cartoon programs. In 1997, Kid's Beat was replaced by Feed Your Mind, a TBS produced children's newsmagazine featuring stories reported by kids on a range of topics. Many were former hosts of Kid's Beat.
The time is set in the Mechatronics Era in the future. In this era, schools actually float in the Tokyo sky at around 2000–3000 meters. At home, there is freedom in movement as everyone has a flight mechanism within them which allows them to fly. Transportation is made easy as a result.
Stick With Me, Kid was a 13 part television series that aired in 1995 on the Disney Channel starring Kristopher Milnes and Leigh Lawson.
Kids get to choose the best of the best in the entertainment world.
A minor league defenseman's journey from obscurity to national fame as the opinionated commentator on Hockey Night In Canada, and undoubtedly one of the most recognized faces in the country.
The untitled project is described as a surreal dark comedy that follows Greg, a 20-something sarcastic gay black man navigating adulthood and responsibility in New York City while struggling to wrap his head around his undiagnosed clinical depression.
Kidnapped is an American television drama series from Sony Pictures Television which aired on NBC from September 20, 2006, to August 11, 2007. The series returned on Universal HD in 2008.