1994 American television series endings

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  1. 704 Hauser

    704 Hauser (1994)

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    704 Hauser is an American sitcom that aired on CBS from April to May 1994. A continuation of All in the Family (the final of several), the series is built around the concept of a black family, the Cumberbatches, moving into the former Queens home of Archie Bunker years after Bunker had sold the house located at 704 Hauser Street. The All in the Family character Joey Stivic, Archie's grandson, makes a cameo in the first episode.


  2. Bakersfield P.D.

    Bakersfield P.D. (1993)

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    Bakersfield P.D. is a short-lived American television comedy series that aired on the Fox network in 1993-94.


  3. BattleTech

    BattleTech (1995)

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    BattleTech is an animated television series based on the BattleTech fictional universe, produced for syndication by Saban Entertainment in 1994. The series ran for 13 episodes and focused on the character of Adam Steiner, a military officer in the distant future who struggles to liberate his home planet from an attacking faction.


  4. Big Brother Jake

    Big Brother Jake (1990)

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    Big Brother Jake is an American situation comedy that aired from September 2, 1990 to September 1, 1994 on The Family Channel. The series stars Jake Steinfeld.


  5. Birdland

    Birdland (1994)

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    Birdland is a medical drama that aired from January 5, 1994 to April 21, 1994.


  6. Blue Skies

    Blue Skies (1994)

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    Blue Skies is an American sitcom that aired from September 12, 1994 to October 24, 1994.


  7. Bonkers

    Bonkers (1993)

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    Bonkers is an animated American television series and a spinoff of the earlier series Raw Toonage. It aired from September 4, 1993 to February 23, 1994 in first-run syndication (after a "preview airing" on The Disney Channel in early 1993). The syndicated run was available both separately, and as part of The Disney Afternoon. Reruns of the show continued in syndication until 1995. The show was last seen on Toon Disney, but was taken off the schedule in late 2004.


  8. Cadillacs and Dinosaurs

    Cadillacs and Dinosaurs (1993)

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    Cadillacs and Dinosaurs is an American Saturday morning animated television series which aired on CBS Kids in the United States from 1993 to 1994. Based on the comic book of the same name (formerly titled Xenozoic Tales) by Mark Schultz, the show was created by screenwriter Steven E. de Souza (Die Hard and 48 Hrs.), who acquired the TV rights after producing the video game Cadillacs and Dinosaurs, which was also based on Schultz's comic.


  9. Caesar's Challenge

    Caesar's Challenge (1993)

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    Caesars Challenge is an American game show that aired on NBC from June 14, 1993 to January 14, 1994 and emanated from the Circus Maximus Theatre inside Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, Nevada. NBC Sports reporter Ahmad Rashad hosted the series and, in keeping with the theme of the show's location, he was assisted by a man dressed as a Roman gladiator. Dan Doherty played the role for most of the show's run with Chad Brown and Zach Ruby handling the earliest episodes before Doherty joined the show.


  10. Cafe Americain

    Cafe Americain (1993)

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    Café Americain is an American sitcom starring Valerie Bertinelli which aired on NBC during the 1993–1994 television season from September 18, 1993 to February 8, 1994 with two leftover episodes shown on May 28, 1994. It was filmed at Warner Bros. Studios in Burbank, California.


  11. CBS Storybreak

    CBS Storybreak (1985)

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    CBS Storybreak is a Saturday morning anthology television series that originally aired on the CBS network during the 1985 season. Hosted by Captain Kangaroo's Bob Keeshan (and in its 1993 return by The Cosby Show's Malcolm-Jamal Warner), the episodes are half-hour animated adaptations of some of the most beloved children's books published at the time of airing, including How to Eat Fried Worms. Other episodes included Dragon's Blood and Ratha's Creature.


  12. Circus of the Stars

    Circus of the Stars (1977)

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    Circus of the Stars was an annual television special, broadcast by the CBS network in the United States, in which celebrities performed circus-type acts. There were 19 shows in total, the first being broadcast in 1977 and the last in 1994. Over the years the series featured many leading movie and television stars.


  13. CityKids

    CityKids (1993)

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    CityKids is a television series that aired late Saturday Mornings on ABC from 1993 to 1994. The show consists primarily of live action performances, interspersed with Muppet segments, courtesy of Jim Henson Productions. These Muppets are composed of original characters designed specifically for the show, not ones taken from Sesame Street or The Muppet Show. These original characters often serve as the Greek chorus for the show, commenting on the situations of the human characters, but not actually interacting with them.


  14. Clarissa Explains It All

    Clarissa Explains It All (1991)

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    Clarissa Explains It All is an American teen sitcom that aired on Nickelodeon. Created by Mitchell Kriegman, it aired for five seasons for a total of 65 episodes from March 23, 1991, to December 3, 1994, and then went into reruns.


  15. Cobra

    Cobra (1993)

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    Cobra is an American television action/adventure series starring Michael Dudikoff. It ran for just one season in syndication.


  16. Comic Strip Live

    Comic Strip Live (1989)

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    Comic Strip Live is a weekly, late-night, hour-long stand-up comedy showcase that aired on the Fox network from 1989-1994. It started as a local show at Igby's comedy club. It was originally hosted by John Mulrooney and filmed at the comedy club, Igby's. Jamie Masada, owner of the Laugh Factory proposed that they take the show nationally and Fox agreed and moved the show to the Laugh Factory in Hollywood. Mulrooney was replaced by Gary Kroeger for the second season and then Wayne Cotter for the remaining seasons. By the end of the run, the show was filmed at the Laugh Factory.


  17. Conan and the Young Warriors

    Conan and the Young Warriors (1994)

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    Conan and the Young Warriors is a 1994 television cartoon series produced by Sunbow Entertainment and aired by CBS aired as a sequel to the animated series Conan the Adventurer, but featuring a different set of characters (besides Conan). The series was developed by Michael Reaves and directed by John Grusd. It lasted only for one season of 13 episodes.


  18. Conan: The Adventurer

    Conan: The Adventurer (1992)

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    Conan the Adventurer is an American-French-Canadian animated television series adaptation of Conan the Barbarian, the literary character created by Robert E. Howard in the 1930s. Produced by Jetlag Productions and Sunbow Productions, the series debuted on September 12, 1992, ran for 65 episodes and concluded on November 22, 1993. The series was developed by Christy Marx who served as the sole story editor. The episode "A Needle in a Haystack", written by Jean Chalopin, is considered a lost episode, as it was never released on the complete DVD set for Australia which only included 64 episodes. " A Needle in a Haystack" was the show's 33rd episode when it originally aired. It is unclear why this episode was left out of the collection or why this episode is not even listed in most online sources at this time.


  19. Cro

    Cro (1993)

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    Cro is an American animated television series produced by the Children's Television Workshop and Film Roman. It debuted on September 18, 1993 as part of the Saturday morning line-up for fall 1993 on ABC. Cro lasted 1½ seasons and ran in reruns through summer 1995. The show had an educational theme (this before federal educational/informational mandates took effect in 1996), introducing basic concepts of physics, mechanical engineering, and technology. The premise of using woolly mammoths as a teaching tool for the principles of technology was inspired by David Macaulay's The Way Things Work; Macaulay is credited as writer on the show. The last new episode aired on October 22, 1994. The show was released on video (VHS) in a total of nine volumes.


  20. Daddy's Girls

    Daddy's Girls (1994)

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    Daddy's Girls is an American sitcom that aired on CBS in the fall of 1994. The series followed Dudley Walker (Dudley Moore), the owner of a New York fashion house who loses his wife and his business partner when, after a years-long secret affair, they run off together leaving him as the primary caretaker to his three daughters.


  21. Dead at 21

    Dead at 21 (1994)

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    Dead at 21 is a television series broadcast by MTV in 1994. The series ran for eleven thirty-minute episodes with a two-part final episode. The series was created by Jon Sherman (Frasier, All-American Girl, Bill Nye The Science Guy), and written by Sherman, P.K. Simonds (Party of Five, Ghost Whisperer) and Manny Coto (Dr. Giggles, Enterprise, 24).


  22. Dinosaurs

    Dinosaurs (1991)

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    Dinosaurs is an American family sitcom that was originally broadcast on ABC from April 26, 1991 to July 20, 1994. The show, about a family of anthropomorphic dinosaurs (portrayed by puppets), was produced by Michael Jacobs Productions and Jim Henson Productions in association with Walt Disney Television and distributed by Buena Vista International, Inc.


  23. Dog City

    Dog City (1993)

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    Dog City is a television series that was produced by Nelvana Limited and Jim Henson Productions and aired on FOX from September 26, 1992 to November 26, 1994 and in Canada on Teletoon until 2000. The show contained both animation by Nelvana, and puppetry by Jim Henson Productions. This was the first Jim Henson animated series since Muppet Babies and the animated Fraggle Rock.


  24. Double Dragon

    Double Dragon (1993)

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    Double Dragon is an animated series based on the video game franchise of the same name. The television series was produced by DiC Entertainment and ran for 26 half-hour episodes in 1993 and 1994.


  25. Doug

    Doug (1991)

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    Doug is an American animated sitcom created by Jim Jinkins and co-produced by his studio, Jumbo Pictures (now known as Cartoon Pizza). The show focuses on the early adolescent life of its title character, Douglas "Doug" Funnie, who experiences common predicaments while attending school in his new hometown of Bluffington. Doug narrates each story in his journal, and the show incorporates many imagination sequences. The series addresses numerous topics, including trying to fit in, platonic and romantic relationships, self-esteem, bullying, and rumors. Numerous episodes center around Doug's attempts to impress his classmate and crush, Patti Mayonnaise.


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