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  • Season One of NCIS: Los Angeles The two pilot episodes for NCIS: Los Angeles were aired as part of the sixth season of NCIS. Season one premiered in the United States on 22 September 2009, in the 9:00-10:00 PM Eastern Standard Time slot on Tuesday evenings immediately following NCIS (series).
  • The First Season of the animated sitcom Home Movies originally aired on UPN from April 26, 1999 to May 24, 1999. The rest of the season aired on Cartoon Network's Adult Swim from September 2, 2001 to October 7, 2001. Co-creators Brendon Small and Loren Bouchard along with Tom Snyder served as writers, executive producers and directors for this season. The season used Snyder's signature "Squigglevision" animation style, it would change to Flash animation in season two of Home Movies. The first five episodes used retroscripting, consisting the cast completely improvising the story and animation being produced afterward. The season was released on DVD by Shout! Factory on November 16, 2004.
  • Season One of Glee:Join The Club will be premiere on September 17, 2016 and will conclude on May 20, 2017.
  • Season 1 was the first season of Kenny vs Spenny, which featured 26 episodes, of which Kenny won the most. The season aired between August 2003 and March 2004.
  • Season One of America's Best Dance Crew premiered on February 7, 2008 on MTV and ran until March 27, 2008. It was hosted by Mario Lopez and featured Layla Kayleigh as the backstage correspondent. Hip-hop choreographer Shane Sparks, rapper Lil Mama, and former *NSYNC JC Chasez are the judges of the show. JabbawockeeZ were declared as the winners of America's Best Dance Crew and received $100,000 as their prize.
  • Season one, which began airing on June 2, 2002, introduces two major groups of characters—the Baltimore police department and a drug dealing organization run by the Barksdale family. The season follows the investigation of the latter over its 13 episodes.
  • Season One of Six Feet Under premiered on June 3, 2001 and concluded on August 19, 2001. It consisted of 13 episodes.
  • The first season of 30 Rock originally aired between October 11, 2006 and April 26, 2007 on NBC in the United States. File:30 Rock Season One DVD Cover.jpg
  • Season One averaged (only live viewers) 12.860 million viewers and 4.08 ratings points in the A18-49 demo on CBS.
  • Pendragon announced that the start of Season 1 was on July 13, 2010. Season 1 ended on August 23, 2011. During Season One, were released.
  • Season One consists of the first twelve episodes of the Showtime series DEXTER. The season originally aired in 2006, marking the initial adaptation of Darkly Dreaming Dexter to a television audience. Season One of Dexter was the only season to be almost directly related to the novels, specifically Darkly Dreaming Dexter.
  • Season 1 in 2004.
  • Season One of the Leviathan Chronicles.
  • Season One is the first season of the animated series, W.I.T.C.H., and consists of 26 episodes which aired between December 18, 2004 and August 17, 2005 on Toon Disney. 13 episodes aired on Disney Channel in 2006. This season corresponds to the first story arc of the comics.
  • Other Seasons: Season One • Season Two • Season Three • Season Four • Season Five • Season Six • Season Seven • Season Eight • Season Nine • Season Ten * Season One from Earth: Final Conflict * Season One from Quantum Leap * Season One from Star Trek: Enterprise * Season One from Star Trek: The Original Series * Season One from Star Trek: Voyager * Season One from Stargate Universe Other Seasons: Season One • Season Two • Season Three • Season Four • Season Five • Season Six • Season Seven • Season Eight • Season Nine • Season Ten
  • The first season of Veronica Mars aired from September 2004 until May 2005 and contains 22 episodes. The main focus of the season is the Lilly Kane Murder Case, including the investigation of Veronica's Rape Case. It was released on DVD in October 2005.
  • Season One is the first season of the Starz television series American Gods. It consists of eight episodes and started filming April 18, 2016 in Toronto. The first episode of the season is "The Bone Orchard". It premiered at SXSW on March 11, 2017.
  • Season one of Mass Effect: Daedalus is the first installment in the series. This season introduces the main characters, and sets the tone and plot for seasons to come.
  • Season One is the first and premiere season of Regular Show. The series premiere, "The Power", aired on September 6, 2010, while the season finale, "Mordecai and the Rigbys", aired on November 22, 2010, with a total of 12 episodes aired this season.
  • The first season of Weeds premiered on August 8, 2005 and concluded on October 10, 2005.
  • Season One of Medium Premiered January 3 2005 on NBC and ended May 23, 2005, with a total of sixteen episodes. Its home video release, Medium: The Complete First Season (2005) was released June 13th, 2006 in the USA.
  • Season One of Sanctuary premiered on October 3, 2008 on SyFy in the US.
  • Season One of South Park was the season that started it all. Originally airing from August 13, 1997 to February 25, 1998, the series debuted as the hit new animated television series from Comedy Central.
  • Season 1 of Kings aired from March 15th, 2009 to July 18th, 2009, with a break between April 18th and June 13th. It included : Goliath (1 & 2) Prosperity First Night Insurrection Judgment Day Brotherhood The Sabbath Queen Pilgrimage The New King (1 & 2)
  • The first season of George Lopez aired from March 27, 2002 to April 17, 2002 and consisted of 4 episodes.
  • Season One starts off with Mario and Luigi reading a letter from King Bowser. The letter states that he has captured Princess Peach and taken over the Mushroom Kingdom. However, Mario and Luigi lazily refuse to cut their vacation short to save her once again and continue to have their own fun. Because of this, an exasperated Bowser sends his main henchman Wario (and later, Waluigi) to send them back to the Mushroom Kingdom. The season began on December 29, 2007, with the airing of "Tired of the Mushroom Kingdom" and ended with 15 episodes on March 27, 2008, with "Stupid Smash Brothers."
  • Season One of The Americans premiered on January 30, 2013 and concluded on May 1, 2013. It contained a total of thirteen episodes.
  • The First Season of Chuck began airing on the 25th of September, 2007 in the United States and was picked up for a full run of 13 episodes.
  • The first season of premiered on June 8, 2010 and the season finale was on March 21, 2011. It premiered on ABC Family. It tells the story of a clique of five girls - Spencer, Aria, Hannah, Emily, and Alison - until
  • Phil of the Future season one aired from June 18, 2004, to June 25, 2005. The series was created by Tim Maile and Douglas Tuber and produced by 2121 Productions, a part of Brookwell McNamara Entertainment.
  • Season Episodes Airdate Premiere Finale Cast The first season of Burn Notice originally aired from June 28, 2007 to September 20, 2007 consisting of 12 episodes.
  • The first season of the family sitcom Family Matters originally aired on ABC from September 22, 1989 to April 27, 1990.
  • This page lists all of the episodes aired in the first season of the NBC-TV series Quantum Leap; a total of nine episodes were aired from March 26, 1989 to May 17, 1989.
  • The first season of the television series Ally McBeal commenced airing in the United States on September 8, 1997, concluded on May 18, 1998, and consisted of 23 episodes. It tells the story of Ally McBeal, a young lawyer who found herself without a job after being sexually harassed by her boss, only to end up employed by her friend from college, Richard Fish, to work in the firm he created with his friend John Cage, named "Cage & Fish."
  • Season One is the first season of the ABC drama thriller television series Quantico. It has 22 episodes which aired in the United States from September 27, 2015. The season concluded on May 15, 2016.
  • The first season of the series, this season features the entirety of Duelist Kingdom along with a whole bunch of sub plots. Memorable moments such as Yami's showdown with Pegasus, the loss of Exodia, and the first smile of Kaiba. (The implications are astounding) all happen to occur in season one. Yugi-lovers should embrace this season as much as they can, because at the end of the season, the Domino City tournament begins and Yami hogs all the screen time. Many memorable and notable minor characters make their first appearance this season, such as Mokuba and Bakura.
  • Season One of NCIS aired at 8:00 P.M. Eastern Standard Time (EST) in the United States. The two backdoor pilot episodes, Ice Queen (episode) and Meltdown (episode) originally aired as a part of JAG Season 8 with both episodes being shown on April 22nd, 2003 and April 29th, 2003. Both episodes were later edited together to form a single hour long episode entitled NCIS: The Beginning, which aired between the fourth and the fifth episode of the first season on 21 October 2003. The season premiered on September 23, 2003 and ended on May 25, 2004.
  • The first season of The 100, an American post-apocalyptic science fiction drama television series that premiered on March 19, 2014, on The CW, and concluded on June 11, 2014, after 13 episodes. It focuses on the 100 Delinquents who, as they become the first humans to return to Earth in almost a hundred years after a devastating nuclear apocalypse, to determine if the planet had become habitable enough to survive; also follows those left behind on the Ark.
  • The first season of Hogan's Heroes ran between September 17th 1965 and April 29th 1966 It consisted of the following stories: * The Informer * Hold That Tiger * Kommandant of the Year * The Late Inspector General * The Flight of the Valkyrie * The Prisoner's Prisoner * German Bridge is Falling Down * Movies Are Your Best Escape * Go Light on the Heavy Water * Top Hat, White Tie and Bomb Sight * Happiness Is a Warm Sergeant * The Scientist * Hogan's Hofbrau * Oil for the Lamps of Hogan * Reservations Are Required * Anchors Aweigh, Men of Stalag 13 * Happy Birthday, Adolf * The Gold Rush * Hello, Zollie * It Takes a Thief... Sometimes * The Great Impersonation * The Pizza Parlor * The 43rd, a Moving Sto
  • Fringe is a science fiction television series co-created by J. J. Abrams, Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci. The series premiered in the United States on September 9, 2008, on the Fox network, as well in Canada on The 'A' Television Network System. A version of the show (edited for time) premiered on the Nine Network in Australia on September 17, 2008. It premiered in the United Kingdom on Sunday, October 5, 2008 on Sky1, in Sweden on Thursday, October 2 on Kanal 5 and on October 1 2008 on TV3 in Ireland.
  • Nathan Ford, former insurance investigator for IYS Insurance, sits alone at a Chicago bar nursing a drink, when he's approached by Victor Dubenich, President of Bearing Aviation. Dubenich has assembled a team of expert thieves to retrieve plans for a new jet which were stolen by a competitor. All he needs to complete the team and recover the plans is one honest man to run the job. Nate agrees and that night the team, consisting of Eliot Spencer, a retrieval specialist, Parker, an eccentric thief, and Alec Hardison, a youthful hacker, complete the job only to discover the next morning that they are the ones who have been conned into stealing another company's plans for Dubenich. Determined to get even with Dubenich, Nate brings in a secret weapon: grifter (and would-be actress) Sophie Dever
  • Season One is the First 26 episodes in ({{Jimmy-Jonny}}). ==Episodes== Jimmy- Topia- The Citizens of the Mansion divide the Mansion into equell parts. Score: 8.4/ 10 Jonny Overboard- Ratatouille fluds the Mansion. How will the Others Survie? Score: 8.9/ 10 Jimmy and Jonny-Doo Get a Clue!- The citizens of the Mansion celebrate the 2nd mild ice age. Score: 8.7/ 10 Eye of the Jimmy- Jimmy and Jonny must learn Karate to stop the Sushi Gravity Lord. Score: 8.8/ 10 Dial Jimmy For Murder- Jonny dials 665 and gets The Grim Reaper online. He accidently tells him to kill Jimmy. Score: 9.0/ 10 Dragons and Jonnys-
  • Originally entitled The Seinfeld Chronicles, the pilot episode was met with poor reviews, and NBC decided not to pick up the show. Believing the series had potential, NBC executive Rick Ludwin ordered four episodes about a year after NBC's rejection. The first of these aired on May 31, 1990. When the pilot was first repeated on July 5, 1990, it received a rating of 13.9/26, which means 13.9 percent of households were tuned in at any given moment; additionally, 26 percent of all televisions in use at the time were tuned into this program. These ratings were high enough to secure a second season. NBC research showed that the show was popular with young male adults, a demographic sought after by advertisers. This gave NBC an incentive to keep broadcasting the show. "The Stake Out" was nominat
  • Catherine “Cat” Chandler is a smart, no-nonsense homicide detective, who is haunted by her own tragic past. When she was a teenager, Cat witnessed the murder of her mother at the hands of two gunmen. Cat would have been killed too, but someone – or something – saved her. No one has ever believed her, but she knows it wasn’t an animal that attacked the assassins…though it was strange and terrifying, it was human.
  • Xena: Warrior Princess was a television series that aired from September 15, 1995 until June 18, 2001. The series was produced by Pacific Renaissance Pictures Ltd. (owned by Robert Tapert and Sam Raimi) in association with Universal Studios. It starred Lucy Lawless as Xena and Renée O'Connor as her companion Gabrielle. It is historical fantasy set primarily in ancient Greece. The show chronicles Xena's quest to seek redemption for her past sins as a ruthless warlord by using her formidable fighting skills to help people. Gabrielle becomes Xena's greatest ally; her initial naïveté helps to balance Xena and assists her in recognizing and pursuing the "greater good."
  • The first season of The O.C commenced airing in the United States on August 5, 2003 and concluded on May 5, 2004. It consisted of 27 episodes overall. Season one tells the story of the Cohen and Cooper families, and the impacts on both families due to the arrival of troubled teen, Ryan Atwood, who is thrust into the wealthy community of Newport beach.
  • In 1995, a terrible accident occurred in the Kappa Kappa Tau sorority at Wallace University, a mystery that was never solved. In present day, Chanel Oberlin (Emma Roberts) is the new president of the sisterhood, and with the help of her minions, Chanel #2 (Ariana Grande), Chanel #3 (Billie Lourd), and Chanel #5 (Abigail Breslin), make Kappa a house full of glamour, beauty, and evil. Tired of this, the dean of the campus, Cathy Munsch (Jamie Lee Curtis), requires The Chanels to accept anyone who wants to be part of Kappa. This opens place to people like Grace Gardner (Skyler Samuels), a girl trying to discover more about her mother and Kappa's past with the help of her love interest Pete Martínez (Diego Boneta) and overprotective father Wes Gardner (Oliver Hudson), Zayday Williams (Keke Pal
  • Season One is the First 26 episodes of the Show. It is Carried on By Season Two. ==Episode Stories== Avast Ye, ScallyBear- Teddy and Piggy are Determined to find Teddyman by dressing up as his Mortal Nemisis, Captian StickyBeard who is a Pirate. Score: 9.1/ 10 Lemon Conseqences- A new boy called ''Lemon'' tries to help The Trio escape School. Score: 8.5/ 10 Sassy Wrestlers- Mr. Moneykey opens a wrestling match in the Sassy Wiener to attract Customers. Score: 9.4/ 10 Take This Bed and Shove It- Score: 9.2/ 10 Sand Castle Catastrophe- Score: 8.2/ 10 The Unlucky Clover- Score: 8.6/ 10 Score: 8.8/ 10 False Love-
  • The first season takes place in the months leading up to Karen van der Beek's planned marriage to Bill Lewis, a Los Angeles publisher. Hank Moody, Karen's former boyfriend and father of their child Becca, is an alcoholic, sex-crazed writer struggling as he tries to bring back the love of his life. The season starts with his wallowing deep in self-loathing following the release of "A Crazy Little Thing Called Love," a sub-par yet popular movie adaptation to his most recent novel, "God Hates Us All." After picking up a younger woman in a bookstore, he soon after comes to find out she is actually Bill's 16-year-old daughter, Mia. Throughout the season, Mia continues to haunt Hank during his visits to his family, using the threat of statutory rape to steal stories for her creative writing clas
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  • For Nate's benefit, the team targets the CEO of the company that denied Nate's son's medical treatment and allowed him to die. All they have to do is steal Ian Blackpoole's prized Michelangelo maquette and sell it back to him as its twin. All goes according to plan until Sterling reappears.
  • To retrieve the money promised to the family of an innocent man who took the fall for a mafia boss, the Leverage team poses as the wedding planners for the don's only daughter on her big day. Somehow, the team must manage to pull off a wedding in the midst of pulling off the heist, all while avoiding a dangerous Russian mobster known as The Butcher.
  • The Leverage crew goes after a Serbian adoption agency that's scamming money from desperate American couples looking to adopt needy war orphans. To entrap the ringleader and rescue the children, the team must hijack the local production of an independent horror movie.
  • While working a con on a corrupt county judge in an outlying desert town, the team gets caught in the middle of a bank robbery, and Nate and Sophie are taken as hostages, along with their mark. Now, they must not only find a way to keep their own con going without being discovered, but also figure out how to help two very desperate - and very amateur - armed robbers.
  • When the downtown church of Nate's former priest - and childhood best friend - is about to be razed by a profiteering real estate developer, the Leverage team must steal a miracle in order to save it. But as the story progresses, the question arises as to who exactly is saving whom.
  • The first season finale. Nate comes out of hiding to directly challenge Sterling and Ian Blackpoole. This time, he's going to steal both David statuettes right out from under their noses. But Nate's bigger challenge is to get his fractured team to work together again. The stakes have never been higher; either Nate gets his vengeance, or his friends go to jail for the rest of their lives.
  • When Parker attends jury duty in order to keep up the legitimacy of one of her aliases, she notices some strange things at the trial. It seems someone is trying to buy a favorable verdict, but not if the Leverage team can steal it first.
  • The Leverage team helps a beleaguered National Guardsman find justice against the unscrupulous construction firm that foreclosed on his home. Knowing all too well what it feels like to fail as a father, Nate seeks solace in the bottle, putting the team - and the job - in serious jeopardy.
  • The Leverage team attempts to expose a conglomerate's cover-up of their toxic fertilizer, which has resulted in a death of a young girl. But the CEO has put all of the damning evidence on a plane to the Cayman Islands. The team races to catch the flight but, once airborne, they discover that the CEO's intentions are far more sinister, and that to avenge one life they'll have to save their own.
  • Leverage Consulting & Associates opens for business as the crew reunites to help a Reservist who's been wounded in Iraq by private military contractors. In order to get the veteran the medical rehabilitation he needs but cannot afford, the team investigates why he was shot by friendly fire in the first place, and uncovers the security firm has a secret worth killing for.
  • The pilot episode. A desperate aerospace CEO asks Nathan Ford to lead a team of expert thieves to recover airplane designs from the rival company that took them. But there's a twist: the designs were never the CEO's to begin with. Now, the honest man he hired must convince the band of criminals to do the right thing ... steal the plans back.
  • The team targets an investment broker who swindled a charity. To discover where the money is hidden, they trick the alcoholic financier into entering a rehab facility. There, they learn their mark is not the terrible person he at first appeared and that rehab may be exactly the place one of them needs to be.
  • A high-rolling Wall Street broker burns down his own stable to kill off his underperforming racehorses. The Leverage team goes to Kentucky to help the heartbroken horse trainer, who has lost everything and who also happens to be the father of Eliot's high school sweetheart.
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  • 2121
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  • 2017-04-30
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Number
  • 101
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  • Season 1
  • Season One
  • Phil of the Future season one
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  • The Wire Season 1
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  • 1080
Origin
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  • Austin Basis as J.T. Forbes
  • Brian White as Joe Bishop
  • Jay Ryan as Vincent Keller
  • Kristin Kreuk as Catherine Chandler
  • Max Brown as Evan Marks
  • Nina Lisandrello as Tess Vargas
Web
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  • CW
Country
  • USA
Name
  • Season 1
  • Season One
  • #01: Dexter
  • #02: Crocodile
  • #03: Popping Cherry
  • #04: Let's Give the Boy a Hand
  • #05: Love American Style
  • #06: Return to Sender
  • #07: Circle 0f Friends
  • #08: Shrink Wrap
  • #09: Father Knows Best
  • #10: Seeing Red
  • #11: Truth Be Told
  • #12: Born Free
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  • Romance
  • Action
  • Science fiction
  • Comedy-drama
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  • 250
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  • 1
  • 2
  • 12
  • 2005-01-03
  • 2008-09-09
  • --06-28
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  • ABC
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  • DVD cover
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  • 13
  • 24
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DVD
  • 2005-10-20
  • 2014-02-11
  • 2014-03-03
  • --06-13
Language
  • English
Body
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  • --10-11
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  • 2013-01-30
  • 2013-02-06
  • 2013-02-13
  • 2013-02-20
  • 2013-02-27
  • 2013-03-06
  • 2013-03-13
  • 2013-03-20
  • 2013-04-03
  • 2013-04-10
  • 2013-04-17
  • 2013-04-24
  • 2013-05-01
Title
  • Season 1
  • Season One
  • Beauty and the Beast
  • The First Season
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  • CBS Television Studios
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  • --09-22
  • --09-24
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  • 8
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  • Nina tells Stan about a Soviet agent who was killed the night Timochev went missing. The dead agent is shown to be Rob, the man Timochev had stabbed. The FBI trace him to an address in Philadelphia and discover he had a wife and child. The Jennings are puzzled when they receive a message from Rob scheduling a meeting in Philadelphia. Suspicious, Philip sends agent Gregory , a former black militant recruited by Elizabeth, to go to the meeting with his team. There, Gregory deduces that Rob's wife had set up the meeting, unaware of surveillance by the FBI. Using his team to distract the FBI, Gregory kidnaps her. Joyce gives Philip a coded note from Rob. Claudia, the Jennings' new KGB supervisor, tells him to contact the person mentioned in the note. The contact sells him schematics for an anti-missile laser. Meanwhile, the Jennings hand Joyce and her baby over to Claudia, who promises that she will be relocated to Cuba. In the Soviet Union, the baby is handed to Rob's parents. Meanwhile, Joyce is found dead by the FBI from a staged drug overdose.
  • The FBI investigation of Amador's death makes rapid progress when Amador's ring turns up at a pawn shop. Stan locates an associate of Gregory's who ditched the car, and is hot on the tail of Gregory himself. The KGB, to cut its losses, frames Gregory for the murder of Amador and offers him exfiltration to Moscow. He refuses and instead proposes to end his life on his own terms, and neither Claudia nor Elizabeth can change his mind. Claudia asks Philip to kill him out of compassion for Elizabeth, but Elizabeth convinces him to agree to Gregory's own plan, which turns out to be a fatal shootout with the police. Meanwhile, Stan promises Nina he will find out who killed Vlad; Stan's wife asks him to quit the FBI and move away with his family; and the Jennings deal with boundary issues in their separate parenting.
  • Philip is sent to New York City to discredit a Polish dissident. While there, he has sex with an agent named Irina, who was his lover before he left Russia. She asserts that her son in Russia is from their relationship. After the successful mission, she tells Philip she plans to leave the KGB and disappear; she invites Philip to join her, but he declines. Elizabeth gains a new source within the SDI project by paying off his gambling debt. Meanwhile, Stan misses a family dinner to work late; his colleague takes him to a bar and urges him to pick up a woman for casual sex, but he instead calls Nina. They have sex under circumstances which strongly hint that Nina is playing her handler. Agent Gaad indicates that the FBI may never deliver on Stan's promise to eventually extricate Nina from the embassy. When Philip returns, Elizabeth apologizes for their prior rift and asks him to try to make their marriage real. He agrees, but lies to her about his night with Irina.
  • Philip and Elizabeth are separately abducted and questioned about being KGB spies in America. Neither admit to it, even if evidence is presented otherwise. Their captors are revealed to be KGB agents trying to ferret out the mole, as the Jennings were first to discover the encryptions which were immediately changed by the FBI. The Jennings manage to turn the tables on their captors; Elizabeth mercilessly beats Claudia to send a message to whoever authorized their abduction. Philip seethes at Elizabeth for what he considers a betrayal after she tells him that she had earlier told their handlers that he "liked the U.S. too much" which he feels has led to them being under suspicion. Although fearing being caught, Nina cleverly frames Vasili, a Soviet embassy official, with some help from Stan. Meanwhile, not knowing where their parents are, Paige and Henry hitchhike home from the mall. Nick, the man who picks them up, becomes suggestive towards them, leading them to escape after he stops along the way. The two kids promise to keep the situation a secret between them.
  • President Reagan is shot. Both nations' agencies are eager to learn if the other is involved. After completing their first mission of questioning Reagan's nurses who ensure he will survive, the Jennings learn they are to mark key U.S. officials for future sniper hits. This leads to their discovery that Secretary of State Alexander Haig, who to some appeared to had taken control of the White House as acting president, may have the launch codes to the country's nuclear arsenal. Elizabeth wants to inform the Soviets, but Philip insists on further investigation. They see Stan arrive home and learn what he knows. He gives John Hinckley, Jr.'s motivation behind the attempt; there was a concern the Soviets might have been involved, but it was quickly refuted. As Stan and his wife grow farther apart, Philip and Elizabeth get closer, as they agree that their act of withholding of the Haig intelligence could get them killed.
  • Elizabeth's new source, Sanford Prince, tells her he has recruited an Air Force colonel who will give important information on the SDI project for $50,000. After seeing some of this information, Moscow orders Elizabeth to meet with the colonel despite her misgivings. To see whether the FBI are on to them, Philip asks Martha to plant a bug in Gaad's office, promising to marry her to ensure her loyalty. He does so in a private ceremony witnessed only by her parents and Clark's "mother" and "sister" . With the planned meeting only a few days away, Prince is arrested for an unrelated child support issue. Viola tells the FBI about being forced to plant the bug; they provide the KGB with disinformation through it. From her account, and that of the CIA official that the Jennings abducted, Stan and Gaad conclude that they are looking for a thirtysomething married couple and produce a sketch of them. Meanwhile, Nina is sworn into Directorate S and, after a conversation with Stan, confesses her spying to Arkady and offers to become a re-doubled agent.
  • The CIA assassinates three KGB officials in Moscow, including Elizabeth's mentor, General Victor Zhukov. Elizabeth decides, against KGB orders, to kill the CIA official who Claudia claims planned the operation. She succeeds in abducting him, but eventually relents and lets him go. Afterwards, Elizabeth visits Philip to reconcile, but leaves when she learns he has rented an apartment. She then confronts Claudia, accusing her of manipulating her into moving against the CIA official to destroy her career. Claudia says that she was Zhukov's lover and denies any ill will toward the Jennings; she is surprised that Elizabeth did not carry out the killing. Meanwhile, Stan's wife leaves him; he goes to Nina and attempts to break off their affair, but ends up losing his resolve to have sex with her instead. The newly promoted Nina is given access to the material obtained by the Weinberger bug, but keeps the information from Stan in order to further investigate Vlad's death. Martha surprises "Clark" by introducing him to her parents, who like him.
  • Philip and Elizabeth Jennings are an undercover team of Russian intelligence agents working deep cover in the heartland of the United States. Their true identities are a secret to everyone, even their own children, Paige and Henry.
  • Philip and Elizabeth tell the kids that they are going to live apart for a while—they don't take it well. Meanwhile, Gaad plans to assassinate Arkady, the new KGB resident, on his regular jogging route. Philip spends the night with Martha, and the next morning Amador confronts him. They fight and Amador is stabbed; Philip takes him to a deserted building where he and Elizabeth attempt to treat him and question him about the FBI's plans. At the time of Arkady's regular jog, the FBI find only his assistant Vlad, as Arkady is fortuitously injured. On Stan's unauthorized initiative, the FBI seize Vlad and take him to the safe house. Stan phones Arkady and threatens to kill Vlad unless Amador is released. Amador dies in the Jennings' custody and they dump the body; after he is found, Stan returns to the safe house and kills Vlad.
  • Philip and Elizabeth have orders to infiltrate and bug the office of US Defense Secretary Caspar Weinberger; they decide to plant the bug in a clock. They coerce the Weinbergers' cleaning lady, Viola to help them. Meanwhile, Stan blackmails Nina, a Soviet embassy clerk, to spy for the FBI and Soviet embassy officials listen to a conversation about the SDI.
  • Elizabeth meets with Adam Dorwin, a manager of a private company contracted by the U.S. government for the missile defense program. Dorwin is later revealed to be a KGB agent codenamed "Udacha", and feels nervous and alone because the KGB cannot contact him out of fear the FBI capturing him; the FBI has new encrypted radios so the KGB cannot tell when they are being followed. Elizabeth turns her focus on another man who handles the technology, and learns the encryption devices are mobile. She and Philip track down one of the mobile units in the trunk of an FBI car. Elizabeth manages to make an imprint of an encrypted card, at the risk of being caught in the car's trunk. Meanwhile, Stan pressures Nina into learning if the KGB will meet with Udacha. When the code is learned by the KGB, the meeting is set. The FBI knew of it and follows Udacha's contact to the supposed meet, while Elizabeth kills Udacha at another site. These actions force the KGB to realize they have a mole.
  • Claudia tells Elizabeth about Philip's affair with Irina; Elizabeth decides to be his professional partner only and abandon the "real marriage". Elsewhere, the KGB has hired a West German contractor to kill American scientists, but has changed its mind and cannot recall him. With unwitting help from Philip's informant Martha , an FBI clerical worker, the Jennings track him down and eliminate him. However, he has already rigged a time bomb that kills a scientist and three of his FBI bodyguards — Gaad vows vengeance. Meanwhile, until Nina can be extracted for protection, Gaad gives Stan the keys to a safe house in which to meet her, which she surmises Stan means to be their love nest. Lastly, after being spurned by Martha, Agent Amador becomes suspicious and starts to follow her.
  • With the meeting with the colonel approaching, Claudia and the Jennings are all worried that it has been compromised — Claudia urges Arkady to abort the mission and declares her loyalty to the Jennings. Philip and Elizabeth work out a plan to take the kids to Canada if the meeting goes bad as they fear the meeting will be staked out by the FBI. Meanwhile, Stan tells both Sandra and Nina that his mission will soon be over — Sandra rebuffs his attempt at reconciliation and Nina tells Arkady, who has accepted her offer in spite of Moscow's skepticism. Philip is able to meet safely with the colonel, who asserts that the SDI project is technically infeasible and may even be a ruse to get the USSR to waste resources. Arkady cleverly manages to get an abort order to Claudia, who warns Philip; they both realize Elizabeth is the one in danger. Philip picks up Elizabeth just as she reaches the parked car. They evade the FBI pursuit, but Elizabeth is shot in the abdomen. While she is being treated at the deserted building, Philip phones Stan and has him look after the kids. While in recovery, Elizabeth speaks to Philip for the first time in their native Russian, asking him to "Come home." Meanwhile, Claudia assassinates the CIA official. Prince cracks under FBI pressure and gives them all he knows about the colonel, while Nina gives Arkady a file on Stan. Paige is increasingly puzzled by Elizabeth's behavior, and, late at night, ominously enters the home's laundry room, curious to see what she can find.
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  • Episode 101: Dexter
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  • Episode 103: Popping Cherry
  • Episode 104: Let's Give the Boy a Hand
  • Episode 105: Love American Style
  • Episode 106: Return to Sender
  • Episode 107: Circle of Friends
  • Episode 108: Shrink Wrap
  • Episode 109: Father Knows Best
  • Episode 110: Seeing Red
  • Episode 111: Truth Be Told
  • Episode 112: Born Free
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  • "Survival isn't who you are. It's who you become."
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  • How Brave Is Your Love?
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  • She sees What others Can't
  • The FBI’s Top Recruit is Now Their Most Wanted
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  • The first season of George Lopez aired from March 27, 2002 to April 17, 2002 and consisted of 4 episodes.
  • Season One starts off with Mario and Luigi reading a letter from King Bowser. The letter states that he has captured Princess Peach and taken over the Mushroom Kingdom. However, Mario and Luigi lazily refuse to cut their vacation short to save her once again and continue to have their own fun. Because of this, an exasperated Bowser sends his main henchman Wario (and later, Waluigi) to send them back to the Mushroom Kingdom. The season began on December 29, 2007, with the airing of "Tired of the Mushroom Kingdom" and ended with 15 episodes on March 27, 2008, with "Stupid Smash Brothers."
  • Season One of The Americans premiered on January 30, 2013 and concluded on May 1, 2013. It contained a total of thirteen episodes.
  • The First Season of Chuck began airing on the 25th of September, 2007 in the United States and was picked up for a full run of 13 episodes.
  • Fringe is a science fiction television series co-created by J. J. Abrams, Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci. The series premiered in the United States on September 9, 2008, on the Fox network, as well in Canada on The 'A' Television Network System. A version of the show (edited for time) premiered on the Nine Network in Australia on September 17, 2008. It premiered in the United Kingdom on Sunday, October 5, 2008 on Sky1, in Sweden on Thursday, October 2 on Kanal 5 and on October 1 2008 on TV3 in Ireland. Along with Joss Whedon's Dollhouse, Fringe was part of an attempted Fox initiative known as "Remote-Free TV", which attempted to reduce "channel flipping" by producing episodes that were longer than standard dramas on network television. Episodes aired with half the commercials and promo spots, adding about 6 minutes to each episode's run time. This experiment was not repeated for Season 2. The series deals with a research scientist named Walter Bishop (described as "Frankenstein mixed with Albert Einstein" and portrayed by John Noble), his son Peter Bishop (Joshua Jackson), and an FBI agent, Olivia Dunham (Anna Torv) who brings them back together. The show was promoted as a cross between The X-Files (Fox's most recent successful science fiction series), the 1980s film Altered States, The Twilight Zone and Dark Angel. On October 1, 2008, Fringe received a full 22 episode season, this was later cut to 20 episodes, however 21 were produced. The 21st episode Unearthed was left unbroadcast for reasons never fully explained, but was aired instead (edited down for time) during the show's second season.
  • The first season of premiered on June 8, 2010 and the season finale was on March 21, 2011. It premiered on ABC Family. It tells the story of a clique of five girls - Spencer, Aria, Hannah, Emily, and Alison - until
  • Phil of the Future season one aired from June 18, 2004, to June 25, 2005. The series was created by Tim Maile and Douglas Tuber and produced by 2121 Productions, a part of Brookwell McNamara Entertainment.
  • The first season of the series, this season features the entirety of Duelist Kingdom along with a whole bunch of sub plots. Memorable moments such as Yami's showdown with Pegasus, the loss of Exodia, and the first smile of Kaiba. (The implications are astounding) all happen to occur in season one. Yugi-lovers should embrace this season as much as they can, because at the end of the season, the Domino City tournament begins and Yami hogs all the screen time. Many memorable and notable minor characters make their first appearance this season, such as Mokuba and Bakura. Season one seems to be the season of death, soul-sucking, and disappearance, probably which is a result of finding out that 4Kids wishes to cancel the show. Highlights of the season include Pegasus' tournament on his private island, KaibaCorp's MMOCCG with annoying fairies, The Paradox Brothers' rhyming display, and who could forget the untimely death and ressurection of Tristan's Voice. The days of muffly audio and low video quality have just begun.
  • Season Episodes Airdate Premiere Finale Cast The first season of Burn Notice originally aired from June 28, 2007 to September 20, 2007 consisting of 12 episodes.
  • The first season of the family sitcom Family Matters originally aired on ABC from September 22, 1989 to April 27, 1990.
  • This page lists all of the episodes aired in the first season of the NBC-TV series Quantum Leap; a total of nine episodes were aired from March 26, 1989 to May 17, 1989.
  • In 1995, a terrible accident occurred in the Kappa Kappa Tau sorority at Wallace University, a mystery that was never solved. In present day, Chanel Oberlin (Emma Roberts) is the new president of the sisterhood, and with the help of her minions, Chanel #2 (Ariana Grande), Chanel #3 (Billie Lourd), and Chanel #5 (Abigail Breslin), make Kappa a house full of glamour, beauty, and evil. Tired of this, the dean of the campus, Cathy Munsch (Jamie Lee Curtis), requires The Chanels to accept anyone who wants to be part of Kappa. This opens place to people like Grace Gardner (Skyler Samuels), a girl trying to discover more about her mother and Kappa's past with the help of her love interest Pete Martínez (Diego Boneta) and overprotective father Wes Gardner (Oliver Hudson), Zayday Williams (Keke Palmer), Grace's genius best friend who wants to become Kappa's new president, Hester Ulrich (Lea Michele), who suffers of scoliosis and is obsessed with Chanel, Jennifer (Breezy Eslin), a candle vlogger, Sam (Jeanna Han), a tomboy lesbian, and Tiffany DeSalle (Whitney Meyer), a deaf Taylor Swift obsessed girl. This threatens Chanel's popularity and Kappa's reputation, causing major problems in her relationship with Chad Radwell (Glen Powell), the rich leader of the Dickie Dollar Scholars fraternity and most popular guy in the University. Full of anger, Chanel and her minions try to make the new pledges' time at the house a living hell, but what begins as a dirty game, ends in a series of murders caused by Red Devil, a serial killer who hides behind the mask of the university mascot. The race for survival begins in an environment where anyone can be attacked, anyone can die, and anyone can be the killer. Will the Kappa girls discover the true identity of the psychopathic murderer and come out alive?
  • The first season of The O.C commenced airing in the United States on August 5, 2003 and concluded on May 5, 2004. It consisted of 27 episodes overall. Season one tells the story of the Cohen and Cooper families, and the impacts on both families due to the arrival of troubled teen, Ryan Atwood, who is thrust into the wealthy community of Newport beach. The first seven episodes of season one aired in the US on Tuesdays at 9:00 p.m. on FOX. After a seven week mid-season hiatus, the remainder of the season aired on Wednesdays at 9:00 p.m. On September 26, 2004, the season was released on DVD as a seven disc boxed set under the title of The O.C.:The Complete First Season by Warner Bros. Home Video. On June 17, 2008 the season became available to purchase for regstered users of the US iTunes store. In the United Kingdom the season premiere aired at 9:00 p.m Sunday March 7, 2004 on Channel 4 with the second episode airing immediately after, on sister station, E4. After taking a hiatus over summer, the show returned early in September to a 1:00 p.m. slot as part of T4. In Canada it aired on CTV Television Network and in Australia it was first broadcast on Nine Network, but dropped it after three episodes. Network Ten subsequently picked up the show, airing it in its entirety.
  • The first season of the television series Ally McBeal commenced airing in the United States on September 8, 1997, concluded on May 18, 1998, and consisted of 23 episodes. It tells the story of Ally McBeal, a young lawyer who found herself without a job after being sexually harassed by her boss, only to end up employed by her friend from college, Richard Fish, to work in the firm he created with his friend John Cage, named "Cage & Fish."
  • Season One is the first season of the ABC drama thriller television series Quantico. It has 22 episodes which aired in the United States from September 27, 2015. The season concluded on May 15, 2016.
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