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Krusty Krab (TV series) This show was originally based on a real life television series called “The Krab” and was originally broadcast on KSRD-TV in the USA in the early 90s.

However, the show never got off the ground and its cancellation led to a large outcry among many viewers and its popularity was eventually decimated by the KSRM (Krusty’s Pizza) chain.

The show was then revived and was cancelled after only one season.

In the same year, the Krab’s real life owner, a man named Eddie Krabs, started a new pizza company called the Krabs Pizza.

In 2017, Krabs released a movie called “Crabs” starring a very similar Eddie Krab, and it was a big hit.

This new Krab-inspired TV series has been renewed for a third season.

This Krab spinoff movie is also getting renewed, but not for a fourth season.

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The Simpsons (TV show) While The Simpsons is one of the most well-known television shows of all time, it was actually based on real life news station WHYY-TV (aka The Springfield Show).

The Simpsons was originally hosted by a radio host named Homer Simpson.

After his death, the radio show’s producer, Larry David, decided to turn the Simpsons into a series of movies.

In order to make the series as entertaining as possible, the series went to the movies, but then when the series got to the end of its run, Larry decided to put the entire series on the web.

Thats how The Simpsons became one of America’s biggest television series, and now it’s also one of most popular entertainment series in the world.

This Simpsons spinoff series has also been renewed.

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The West Wing (TV shows) The West Wing was the last original West Wing show that was made, after it was canceled by Fox and was picked up by NBC.

The series was created by Michael Schur, and was broadcasted on NBC in the US.

However the show has become one of today’s most popular television shows, especially after its reruns on NBC.

It is also one the most popular American TV shows of the last 30 years, with its current run running for over two seasons.

This spinoff show has also got renewed.

The spinoff episode, titled “Fahrenheit 9/11”, has been picked up for a second season.

However if you are a fan of the West Wing, you may also like to check out the West of Bush series, which is also a spinoff of the show.

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Star Wars: The Clone Wars (TV TV show) This spin-off series was originally created by Clone Wars creator Boba Fett and was a Star Wars-inspired television series that ran on StarWars.com.

The Clone War was a conflict that began on Coruscant, a planet located in the Outer Rim Territories, where several species of clones fought against each other.

In this spin-offs series, Jedi Master Obi-Wan Kenobi, who is also the Jedi Master in this show, became a Clone Wars clone and helped a number of clones fight against the Mandalorians.

The main character of this series is named Tarkin.

This series also got picked up to be a spin- off of the Clone Wars series.

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Doctor Who (TV) Since the 1960s, Doctor Who has been a hugely popular television series.

The first series was broadcast in 1964 and it became the most watched television series in history, and still holds that title today.

The second series was aired in the UK and the third series was shown in the United States.

The British show, called “Doctor Who” (aka “The Doctor”) has been re-launched to be shown on BBC1 and BBC2.

It has been airing on BBC4 for the past few years.

In 2018, the BBC announced that it had decided to make a Doctor Who TV show based on the books by Steven Moffat.

However a few years later, BBC had decided not to renew the series.

This reboot is scheduled to premiere in 2020.

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The Big Bang Theory (TV sitcom) “The Big Bang” is the name given to the first season of the American version of The Biggest Loser.

The new show is based on an American reality television show that aired from 1987 to 1991.

In its first season, the Big Bang theory featured a bunch of different contestants on a reality television program called “Big Bang Theory” that had contestants in various different places all around the country competing to be the next “Biggest Losers.”

One contestant from the show, J.J. “the J-Train” Hirsch, won the title of “Bigest Loser” and he was the first person to do so in the history of television.

After that, contestants from the Big Show became known as the “Big” Doctors