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  • Don't Hug Me I'm Scared

    Don't Hug Me I'm Scared

    6 Episodes. Join Red Guy, Yellow Guy and Duck as they learn everything there is to know with the help of some friendly talking objects, in this comedy-horror puppet show based off the popular YouTube web series.

    Don't Hug Me I'm Scared

    6 Episodes. Join Red Guy, Yellow Guy and Duck as they learn everything there is to know with the help of some friendly talking objects, in this comedy-horror puppet show based off the popular YouTube web series.

  • The Not-Too-Late Show with Elmo

    The Not-Too-Late Show with Elmo

    29 Episodes. Elmo is the host of his very own talk show and he's going to bring you some (not-too-late) fun with this celeb-studded talk show, bringing familiar Sesame Street friends like Elmo, Cookie Monster, celebrity guests, and laughs the whole family can enjoy!

    The Not-Too-Late Show with Elmo

    29 Episodes. Elmo is the host of his very own talk show and he's going to bring you some (not-too-late) fun with this celeb-studded talk show, bringing familiar Sesame Street friends like Elmo, Cookie Monster, celebrity guests, and laughs the whole family can enjoy!

  • The New Howdy Doody Show

    The New Howdy Doody Show

    1 Episode. Say kids! What time is it? Well, in 1976 it was time for The New Howdy Doody Show! A new generation met Howdy and his friends that year, and now you can enjoy them again! Featuring songs, gags, and the peanut gallery, it's as good as you remember! This is a remake of the original Howdy Doody Show.In the 1970s, "Buffalo Bob" Smith revived the character he'd help create and turn into a true American icon during the 50s, the freckle-faced marionette known as Howdy Doody. Bill LeCornec (who played Chief Thunderbird and the voice of Dilly Dally on the original Puppet Playhouse) joins them as Nicholson Muir, with Marilyn Patch as Happy Harmony.

    The New Howdy Doody Show

    1 Episode. Say kids! What time is it? Well, in 1976 it was time for The New Howdy Doody Show! A new generation met Howdy and his friends that year, and now you can enjoy them again! Featuring songs, gags, and the peanut gallery, it's as good as you remember! This is a remake of the original Howdy Doody Show.In the 1970s, "Buffalo Bob" Smith revived the character he'd help create and turn into a true American icon during the 50s, the freckle-faced marionette known as Howdy Doody. Bill LeCornec (who played Chief Thunderbird and the voice of Dilly Dally on the original Puppet Playhouse) joins them as Nicholson Muir, with Marilyn Patch as Happy Harmony.

  • The Ghost of Faffner Hall

    The Ghost of Faffner Hall

    13 Episodes. The Ghost of Faffner Hall is a British/American children's television series from The Jim Henson Company and the British ITV company Tyne Tees Television which aired from August 16, 1989 to November 11, 1989 in the UK, and slightly later in the US. The puppets for this show were created by Jim Henson's Creature Shop, and the series was recorded at the Tyne Tees Studios in Newcastle upon Tyne and directed by Tony Kysh, then senior director within that company's children's department.

    The Ghost of Faffner Hall

    13 Episodes. The Ghost of Faffner Hall is a British/American children's television series from The Jim Henson Company and the British ITV company Tyne Tees Television which aired from August 16, 1989 to November 11, 1989 in the UK, and slightly later in the US. The puppets for this show were created by Jim Henson's Creature Shop, and the series was recorded at the Tyne Tees Studios in Newcastle upon Tyne and directed by Tony Kysh, then senior director within that company's children's department.

  • Les Marioles

    Les Marioles

    7 Episodes.

    Les Marioles

    7 Episodes.

  • ΚΡΑ

    ΚΡΑ

    1 Episode.

    ΚΡΑ

    1 Episode.

  • Transylvania Television

    Transylvania Television

    1 Episode. In a spooky castle in the Carpathians lives a motley band of misfit monsters, doing their best not to kill each other as they try to run a television station. Problem is, this station is powered by the infamous Frankenstein Device. Invented by that notorious doctor decades before, it’s capable of resurrecting dead TV shows. By all means, put in that tape of Star Trek, but you’re never quite sure what you’re going to get on the other side.

    Transylvania Television

    1 Episode. In a spooky castle in the Carpathians lives a motley band of misfit monsters, doing their best not to kill each other as they try to run a television station. Problem is, this station is powered by the infamous Frankenstein Device. Invented by that notorious doctor decades before, it’s capable of resurrecting dead TV shows. By all means, put in that tape of Star Trek, but you’re never quite sure what you’re going to get on the other side.

  • Operation Klotty

    Operation Klotty

    8 Episodes.

    Operation Klotty

    8 Episodes.

  • Augsburger Puppenkiste - Jim Knopf und die Wilde 13

    Augsburger Puppenkiste - Jim Knopf und die Wilde 13

    5 Episodes.

    Augsburger Puppenkiste - Jim Knopf und die Wilde 13

    5 Episodes.

  • Troll Blog

    Troll Blog

    17 Episodes. The Troll from "T.C. De Witt's The Princess Knight" gives you a weekly look behind the scenes of the making of the movie, answering emails, talking to the fans, and sharing stories of his life.

    Troll Blog

    17 Episodes. The Troll from "T.C. De Witt's The Princess Knight" gives you a weekly look behind the scenes of the making of the movie, answering emails, talking to the fans, and sharing stories of his life.

  • Keep and Destroy

    Keep and Destroy

    24 Episodes. Adam Luff interviews fans of the legendary Gerry Anderson, a man famous for TV shows such as Thunderbirds, Captain Scarlet, Space 1999, and many others. However, the fans have a tough challenge ahead: they must list five examples of his work that they like, and five examples that they dislike.

    Keep and Destroy

    24 Episodes. Adam Luff interviews fans of the legendary Gerry Anderson, a man famous for TV shows such as Thunderbirds, Captain Scarlet, Space 1999, and many others. However, the fans have a tough challenge ahead: they must list five examples of his work that they like, and five examples that they dislike.

  • Secret Life of Toys

    Secret Life of Toys

    13 Episodes. A group of toys (including wise old Balthazar the bear, Rugby the tiger plush, Raisin the rag doll, Ditz the clown toy, Hortense the rocking horse, and Mew the catnip mouse) come alive while the children are away, having adventures and living life by a strict set of rules - first of which is "Never let the children know you can move."

    Secret Life of Toys

    13 Episodes. A group of toys (including wise old Balthazar the bear, Rugby the tiger plush, Raisin the rag doll, Ditz the clown toy, Hortense the rocking horse, and Mew the catnip mouse) come alive while the children are away, having adventures and living life by a strict set of rules - first of which is "Never let the children know you can move."