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21. The Catch

  • Genres: Drama, Crime
  • Popularity: 5.348
  • Vote Count: 56
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The Catch

Strong and successful Alice Martin is a fraud investigator who's about to be the victim of fraud by her fiancé. Between her cases, she is determined to find him before it ruins her career.


22. Rainbow Cat & Blue Rabbit: Legend of the Seven Swords

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  • Popularity: 0.6
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Rainbow Cat & Blue Rabbit: Legend of the Seven Swords

Thất kiếm anh hùng là bộ phim hoạt hình do Trung Quốc dựa theo bộ phim cùng tên do 2 nhà làm phim Trung Quốc là Vương Hồng và Hạ Mộng Phàm dựng lên, dựa theo tiểu thuyết Thất kiếm hạ Thiên Sơn của Lương Vũ Sinh. Tại Việt Nam, phim đã được trình chiếu trên 2 kênh truyền hình là HTV3 và kênh BiBi, dài hơn 300 tập phim và được phát sóng liên tục tất cả các ngày trong tuần


23. The Everyday Tales of a Cat God

  • Genres: Animation, Comedy
  • Popularity: 0.6
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24. Catfish: The TV Show

  • Genres: Reality
  • Popularity: 8.94
  • Vote Count: 42
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Catfish: The TV Show

In each episode, with the guidance and help of Nev Schulman and Max Joseph, a hopeful romantic partner will go on an emotional journey to discover the truth about their significant other. Has that object of affection been telling the truth?


25. The Cat&Birdy Warneroonie PinkyBrainy Big Cartoonie Show

  • Genres: Animation
  • Popularity: 0.6
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The Cat&Birdy Warneroonie PinkyBrainy Big Cartoonie Show

The Cat & Birdy Warneroonie Pinky Brainy Big Cartoonie Show, or The Big Cartoonie Show for short, is a compilation program that aired on Kids' WB from January 16, 1999, to August 24, 2000. It followed a theme similar to previous Saturday morning cartoons featuring Looney Tunes shorts.


26. Heathcliff & the Catillac Cats

  • Genres: Family, Animation
  • Popularity: 2.871
  • Vote Count: 10
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Heathcliff & the Catillac Cats

Heathcliff is an animated television series that debuted on September 5, 1984. It was the second series based on the Heathcliff comic strip and was produced by DIC Entertainment. It ran in syndication until 1988 with a total of 86 episodes. The first show based on the comic strip was Heathcliff and Dingbat, which debuted in 1980 and was produced by Ruby-Spears. Mel Blanc provided the voice of Heathcliff in both series.


27. Cathouse: The Series

  • Genres: Unknown
  • Popularity: 1.984
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Cathouse: The Series

Cathouse: The Series is an HBO television series that documents the professional lives of the workers at the Moonlite BunnyRanch, a legal brothel in Nevada. The 11 episodes of the first season were originally broadcast in 2005; 6 episodes of the second season aired two years later. The series is the direct successor of the HBO documentaries Cathouse and Cathouse 2: Back in the Saddle, which also focused on the Bunny Ranch. On New Year's Day 2008 at 12:05am, HBO aired a special episode of the series entitled "Cathouse the Musical." Also in 2008, two standalone episodes aired - "Cathouse: Come to the Party" and "Best of Cathouse." Unlike the specials, which showed only the negotiations between brothel workers and their clients, the series was more sexually explicit and showed sexual activity with customers. Regulars on the series include Moonlite owner Dennis Hof, his then girlfriend Sunset Thomas, Air Force Amy, Isabella Soprano, Brooke Taylor and Danielle. A third season, consisting of three episodes, "Menage A Trois," "What's on the Menu?" and "Three Ring Circus," aired in late 2008. A standalone episode entitled "Sex, Guys and Videotape" aired in late 2009, including footage of the Bunny Ranch shot by the working girls themselves.


28. The Catlins

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  • Popularity: 1.14
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The Catlins

The Catlins is an American prime-time soap opera on Superstation TBS that ran from April 1, 1983 to May 31, 1985. Created by Chris McIntyre, it focuses on the lives of two wealthy and feuding families; the Catlin family and the Quinn family. The show is set in Atlanta, Georgia. Catlin family matriarch, Catherine was widowed. Her son T.J., the head of Catlin Industries, a diversified corporation based out of Atlanta and his wife, Annabelle, had five children: sons Matthew, Jonathan and Beau and daughters Jennifer and Maggie. The Quinns were a somewhat evil banking family. Creepy Medgar Quinn had two sons, Seth and Cullen, who were just as bad as their father, and a less evil daughter Eleanor, who was married into the Catlin family, which only served to inflame the rivalry between the families. Her murder only served to cause more trouble between the two families. The show ended in 1985, after 555 episodes. One of the show's more famous alumni was Lisby Larson who went on to play Calla Matthews on Guiding Light not long after The Catlins ended its run in 1985. Actress Dana Ivey is the daughter of the show's star, Mary Nell Santacroce.


29. The Catherine Tate Show

  • Genres: Comedy
  • Popularity: 1.262
  • Vote Count: 13
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The Catherine Tate Show

The Catherine Tate Show is a British television sketch comedy written by Catherine Tate and Aschlin Ditta. Tate also stars in all but one of the show's sketches, which feature a wide range of characters. The Catherine Tate Show airs on BBC Two and is shown worldwide through the BBC. Collectively, the show has been nominated for six BAFTA Awards, two British Comedy Awards and an Emmy Award, and it has won two Royal Television Society Awards, two British Comedy Awards and a National Television Award since its debut in 2004.


30. ​The Story of Cats

  • Genres: Documentary
  • Popularity: 1.107
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​The Story of Cats

The Story of Cats tells the story of the most popular pet on earth – the cat. The series sets out to offer an eye-opening and entertaining insight into the relationship between big cats in the wild and our domestic pussycats and the feline species' journey from the jungles of South East Asia to the African savannah and ultimately into our homes


31. Cathedral of the Sea

  • Genres: Drama
  • Popularity: 6.07
  • Vote Count: 7
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Cathedral of the Sea

In the 14th century, Barcelona is experiencing one of its most prosperous moments. The city has grown to La Ribera, a fishing district in which the largest Marian temple ever known is built: Santa María del Mar. But the construction runs parallel to Arnau Estanyol, a serf of the land who, fleeing the abuses of The feudal lords of the countryside take refuge in Barcelona.


32. The Catillac Cats

  • Genres: Animation
  • Popularity: 0.6
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The Catillac Cats

The Catillac Cats is the name of an animated series made in 1984 by DiC. The Catillac Cats formed the second half of each episode of the animated series Heathcliff.


33. Deadliest Catch: The Bait

  • Genres: Unknown
  • Popularity: 0.887
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Deadliest Catch: The Bait

The captains take a look back at the previous season's hardships.


34. The Catch

  • Genres: Action & Adventure, Comedy
  • Popularity: 0.62
  • Vote Count: 1
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The Catch

The Catch was a television pilot reported to be "an ensemble drama set in the world of bounty hunters." The pilot was developed by J. J. Abrams, starring his friend Greg Grunberg. Grunberg played the role of a bounty hunter. It was not picked up for the 2005-2006 season by ABC. It was in development in one form or another from 2003 to 2005.


35. Catherine the Great

  • Genres: Drama
  • Popularity: 0.84
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Catherine the Great

This four-part historical drama follows the end of Catherine the Great's reign and her affair with Russian military leader Grigory Potemkin that helped shape the future of Russian politics.


36. The Catalina

  • Genres: Reality
  • Popularity: 0.6
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The Catalina

The Catalina is an American reality television series that aired on The CW from May 29, 2012 to July 3, 2012.


37. The Catch-Up

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  • Popularity: 0.6
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The Catch-Up

The Catch-Up was an Australian daytime live television talk show on the Nine Network created by Mia Freedman. The show featured a panel of women as co-hosts, with Libbi Gorr, Zoe Sheridan, Mary Moody and Lisa Oldfield. The show premiered on 26 February 2007. It was produced at Channel Nine's studio in Willoughby. The concept of The Catch-Up was to showcase women discussing views, news and gossip with each other as well as with their guests. The program followed a similar format to The View. The show was under pressure even before it began. The Nine network decision to cancel its broadcast of the US soap opera The Young and the Restless to make way for the program caused outrage amongst fans of show which had been aired on the Nine Network since 1974.


38. After the Catch

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  • Popularity: 0.651
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39. The Storm

  • Genres: Sci-Fi & Fantasy, Drama
  • Popularity: 2.437
  • Vote Count: 11
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The Storm

The Storm is a 2009 American science fiction disaster miniseries directed by Bradford May. Based on a previous teleplay by Matthew Chernov and David Rosiak, it was written by David Abramowitz and Dennis A. Pratt and revolves around a weather creation system developed by the Atmospheric Research Institute that threatens life on Earth when deployed by the military. However, while scientist Dr. Jonathan Kirk, Danni Wilson, and detectives Devon Williams and Stilman attempt to save the world, the former is hunted by hitmen. The first part of the film was broadcast on the NBC network July 26, 2009. The second part was broadcast on August 2, 2009.


40. The Rat Catchers

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  • Popularity: 0.6
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The Rat Catchers

The Rat Catchers is a 1960s British television series about a top secret British Intelligence Unit who receive orders from the Prime Minister and without questions battles enemy spies, saboteurs, and other criminals in order to protect the security of Great Britain and the Western Alliance. The show centred around three major characters: Peregrine Pascale Smith, the Oxford University-educated managing director with 12 years' experience under his belt, Brigadier H. St. J. Davidson, the emotionless analytical brains behind the group, and newly-recruited Richard William Hurst, formerly a superintendent at Scotland Yard who though he was said to have gone by the book in the police force, seems to have some problems with authority now. Part of the problem is that the Brigadier refuses to tell him more than the minimum that he needs to know about the organisation. Officially he works for Smith's company: Transworld Electronics and in episode 3, he is not sure whether Smith or the Brigadier is his boss. The organisation was based at Whitehall but officially didn't exist, being denied at the highest level as they worked with the greatest secrecy. The show began with the arrival of Hurst who is out of step with the other two. Raymond Francis was originally picked for the Hurst role but changed his mind at the last minute. Many of the stories were continued, sometimes with cliff-hanger endings.