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1. WWE Raw (1993– )
TV-PG | 60 min | Sport
The superstars of World Wrestling Entertainment's "RAW" brand collide each and every week on WWE Monday Night RAW, broadcast once again each and every week on the USA cable network.
2. Weird Science (1994–1998)
30 min | Comedy, Sci-Fi
Gary Wallace and Wyatt Donnelly create their dream woman, Lisa, on their computer. Lisa has extraordinary powers and can grant the boys their wishes for short periods of time.
4. Honey, I Shrunk the Kids: The TV Show (1997–2000)
60 min | Action, Adventure, Comedy
Wayne Szalinski is a clumsy genius who comes up with new gadgets and experiments all the time, but something usually goes wrong and gets Wayne and his family into trouble, danger and fantastical adventure.
5. Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog (1993–1996)
TV-Y | 30 min | Animation, Adventure, Comedy
Sonic and Tails are willing to save the planet Mobius from Dr. Robotnik and his robots which they plan to take over in these slapstick based adventures.
6. WCW Monday Nitro (1995–2001)
The toughest wrestlers in the world, get together with the hottest babes in professional wrestling to bring you two hours of exciting WCW Monday night action. High flying moves, chair shots... See full summary »
8. The Munsters' Scary Little Christmas (1996 TV Movie)
91 min | Comedy, Family, Sci-Fi
Get ready for some holiday spirits as the first family of fright rallies to show melancholy Eddie Munster (Bug Hall) some of the holly, jolly magic that only Santa can bring.
10. WWE Sunday Night Heat (1998–2008)
"WWE Sunday Night Heat" is a weekly live event/recap show featuring the superstars of Ric Flair's RAW brand. The show usually features the midcarders of the World Wrestling Entertainment ... See full summary »
11. WrestleMania XV (1999 TV Special)
WWF Champion The Rock vs. Stone Cold Steve Austin, WWF Intercontinental Champion The Road Dogg vs. Val Venis vs. Goldust vs. Ken Shamorck, WWF European Champion Shane McMahon vs. X-Pac, WWF... See full summary »
12. Big Brother Jake (1990–1994)
Stuntman Jake Rozzner returns to NYC to help foster mother Connie with a diverse group of kids. Boy crazy Jill, brainy Kateri, husky Lou plus hyper Andy and Dave need a loving father figure... See full summary »
13. WWF Rock Bottom: In Your House (1998 TV Special)
WWF Title: The Rock vs. Mankind, Buried Alive Match: The Undertaker vs. Stone Cold Steve Austin, WWF Tag Team Titles: The New Age Outlaws vs. Ken Shamrock & The Big Boss Man, The Oddities ... See full summary »
14. WWF Royal Rumble: No Chance in Hell (1999 TV Special)
The twelfth annual WWF Royal Rumble battle royal, with the winner receiving a WWF Title shot at WrestleMania XV, WWF Title (I Quit Match) : Mankind vs. The Rock, WWF Intercontinental Title:... See full summary »
15. Summerslam (1998 TV Special)
166 min | Action, Sport
WWF Championship: Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. The Undertaker, WWF Intercontinental Championship (ladder match): The Rock vs. Triple H, WWF Tag Team Championship: Kane & Mankind vs. The New ... See full summary »
16. Fully Loaded (1998 TV Special)
180 min | Action, Sport
WWF Tag Team Titles: Kane & Mankind vs. Steve Austin & The Undertaker, WWF Intercontinental Title (2 out of 3 falls): The Rock vs. Triple H, Hart Family Dungeon Match: Owen Hart vs. Ken ... See full summary »
18. Hardcore Homecoming (2005 Video)
June 10, 2005 Philadelphia, PA. For one night, the world's most famous bingo hall in South Philadelphia was brought back in time to an era that redefined professional wrestling.
19. Summerslam (1999 TV Special)
155 min | Action, Sport
WWF Championship: Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. Triple H vs. Mankind, WWF Intercontinental/European Championship: Jeff Jarrett vs. D'Lo Brown, WWF Tag Team Championship: X-Pac & Kane vs. The ... See full summary »
21. WWF Over the Edge (1999 TV Special)
WWF Intercontinental Title: The Godfather vs. Owen Hart (match canceled due to Owen's death before the start of the match), Debra & Jeff Jarrett vs. Nicole Bass & Val Venus, WWF Title: ... See full summary »
22. WCW Starrcade (1999 TV Movie)
164 min | Sport
WCW Title (No Disqualification Match): Bret Hart vs. Goldberg, WCW United States Title (Ladder Match): Chris Benoit vs. Jeff Jarrett, WCW Hardcore Title: Norman Smiley vs. Meng, WCW ... See full summary »
23. Fully Loaded (1999 TV Special)
180 min | Action, Comedy, Sport
WWF Title (first blood, if Austin wins Vince McMahon leaves the WWF): Steve Austin vs. The Undertaker, WWF Intercontinental Title: Edge vs. Jeff Jarrett, WWF Tag Team Titles: The Hardy Boyz... See full summary »
24. WCW Worldwide Wrestling (1975–2001)
60 min | Action, Sport
This nationally syndicated pro wrestling series ran from 1975 to 2001. Launched by producer Jim Crockett Jr., the show was initially shot at the studios of WRAL-TV in Raleigh, North ... See full summary »
26. King of the Ring (1999 TV Special)
180 min | Sport
WWF Title: The Undertaker vs. The Rock, Ladder Match for control of the WWF: Vince & Shane McMahon vs. Steve Austin, The 7th annual King of the Ring tournament featuring Billy Gunn, X-Pac, ... See full summary »
27. WWF Unforgiven (1999 TV Special)
Six-Pack Challenge for Vacant WWF Title: Triple H vs. Mankind vs. The Rock vs. Kane Vs. British Bulldog Vs. The Big Show (w special guest referee:Stone Cold Steve Astin), WWF ... See full summary »
28. WWF Judgment Day (1998 TV Special)
WWF Title (vacant, special referee Steve Austin): Kane vs. The Undertaker, WWF Intercontinental Title: Ken Shamrock vs. Mankind, WWF Tag Team Titles: The New Age Outlaws vs. The Headbangers... See full summary »
29. WWF St. Valentine's Day Massacre (1999 TV Special)
180 min | Action, Sport
Steel Cage Match: Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. Vince McMahon, Last Man Standing Match for the WWF Title: Mankind vs. The Rock, Intercontinental Title: Ken Shamrock vs. Val Venis (special ... See full summary »
31. WWF Break Down (1998 TV Special)
WWF Title: Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. Kane vs. The Undertaker, Steel Cage Match: Ken Shamrock vs. The Rock vs. Mankind, D-Generation X vs. Southern Justice, Falls Count Anywhere: Vader vs.... See full summary »
32. WWF Backlash (1999 TV Special)
WWF Title: Steve Austin vs. The Rock, WWF Intercontinental Title: The Godfather vs. Goldust, Boiler Room Brawl: Mankind vs. The Big Show, WWF Hardcore Title: Hardcore Holly vs. Al Snow, The... See full summary »
33. RAW: What It Was Good For (2015– )
Vince Russo discusses full episodes of Monday Night Raw from his time as head writer for the WWF (now WWE). Russo, with co-host Jeff Lane, dissect each individual episode from start to finish as well as several pay-per-view events.
34. WCW Mayhem (1999 TV Special)
Not Rated | 170 min | Action, Sport
The 32-person Tournament for the World Title concludes with two Semi-Final matches between Jeff Jarrett/Chris Benoit and Bret Hart/Sting. The winners face each other in the Finals for the ... See full summary »
36. WCW Halloween Havoc (2000 TV Special)
TV-14 | 180 min | Action, Sport
WCW World Champ Booker T vs. Scott Steiner. Goldberg vs Kronic in a handicap match. Sting vs Jeff Jarrett. US Title handicap match Gen. Rection vs Lance Storm & Hacksaw Jim Duggan. Mike ... See full summary »
40. Lions, Tigers, Bears and Dirt (2015– )
Arguably the most successful writer in the history of professional wrestling, Vince Russo discusses the weekly news and rumors circulating in the wrestling world with his co-host Jeff Lane.
Weird Science (1994–1998)
By the Time We Got to Woodstock...
Gary and Wyatt get stuck in 1969 when Lisa loses her memory and thinks she is a hippie. Chet is also there and tries to correct the mistakes of Richard Nixon's presidency.
Weird Science (1994–1998)
23 min | Comedy, Sci-Fi
Lisa creates Gary and Wyatt a supercomputer named Hank that anticipates their every need. After Hank falls for Lisa, he decides to eliminate the competition, Gary and Wyatt.
RAW: What It Was Good For (2015– )
Discussing King of the Ring '98 Part I
Ed Ferrara joins Vince and Jeff to discuss WWF King of the Ring 1998, the first show that Ed was backstage for, eventually landing a job and joining Vince to become the highest rated group of writers in the history of Monday Night Raw.