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Fear Factor

Fear Factor logo"Imagine a world where your greatest fears become reality." In each pulse-racing "Fear Factor" episode, contestants recruited across the country battle in extreme stunts. These stunts are designed to challenge the contestants both physically and mentally. If a player is too afraid to complete or fail a stunt, the player is eliminated. If they succeed, they are one step closer to the grand prize: $50,000.

Fear Itself

Fear Itself logoYou have nothing to fear but Fear Itself. A horror/suspense anthology series, Fear Itself brings some of the genre's most respected writers and directors to the small screen. Fear Itself is produced by Lionsgate in association with IE Indy TV.

Fitz and Bones

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Flamingo Road

Flamingo Road logo"Flamingo Road" was NBC's first attempt to jump into the primetime soap opera craze that was gaining momentum in the early 1980s, thanks in large part to "Dallas" and their "Who Shot J.R.?" storyline. In fact, "Flamingo Road" was made from the same creators of "Dallas," as NBC promos mentioned (Lorimar's first NBC show as well), and the shows were somewhat similar in showcasing rich, villainous schemers seeking power, money and control. Whereas "Dallas" was set in Texas, "Flamingo Road" was also set in the South in the fictional- yet well-to-do- community of Truro County, Florida. The town was run by the corrupt and powerful sheriff, Titus Semple, who made it his point to know everyone's business. The original storyline centered around a triangle between ambitious politician Fielding C...

Flesh 'n' Blood

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Flight 29 Down

Flight 29 Down logoFlight 29 Down is about ten teenagers stranded on a desert island in Micronesia. Their plane crashed and led them into a one-in-a-lifetime eco-adventure. They will have to learn to navigate the challenges that come before them in the tropical paradise in Hawaii using intelligence, wit, and instincts. They also have to learn to live with each other. Who will be tougher?

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Four Kings

Four Kings logoThe Emmy-winning creators of NBC's "Will & Grace" David Kohan and Max Mutchnick are creating "Four Kings," their new comedy pilot for NBC. The executive producers of the Warner Bros. TV project will write it In the pilot it centers on a quartet of guys, childhood best friends, who live in New York.

Fraggle Rock: The Animated Series

Fraggle Rock: The Animated Series logoThe animated series followed the same formula as the HBO original live-action series, including the same theme song. Many episodes consisted of two 15-minute stories; however, a few presented a single full 30-minute plot. The animated version carried on the tradition of original songs, with at least one tune per episode (including a few recycled from the puppet version, such as "Let Me Be Your Song"). In its original run, the animated episodes were book-ended by footage of the original puppet version of Uncle Traveling Matt, introducing the show from Doc's workshop. The animated version of Fraggle Rock was cancelled after only one season (13 episodes). The most noticeable difference is that unlike the live-action version, the animated version of Doc is shown from the neck down, much like...

Frasier

Frasier logoAfter many years spent at the "Cheers" bar, Frasier (Kelsey Grammer) moves back home to Seattle after his policeman father Martin Crane (John Mahoney) gets shot in the hip on duty. After Martin struggles with living alone after the incident, he moves in with Frasier in his luxury apartment at the Elliot Bay Towers along with his dog Eddie (played by Moose and later Enzo). Hired by Frasier, Daphne Moon (Jane Leeves) also moves in as Martin's personal physiotherapist. Also living nearby is his younger brother Niles Crane (David Hyde Pierce), who is also a Psychiatrist.
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