SF-Satire und comedy


SF-Satire und comedy
Hinterm Mond gleich links , 3rd Rock from the Sun (1996–2001)
Aaron Stone (2009–2010, US/Canada)
Adventures of Don Quick, The (1970, UK)
ALF (franchise):
ALF: The Animation Series (1987–1989, ALF spin-off, Animation)
Project ALF (1996, ALF sequel, film)
ALF (1986–1990)
Alien News Desk (2019, Animation)
Aliens in the Family (1996)
Amazing Screw-On Head, The (2006, pilot, Animation)
Andro-Jäger, Der (1982–1984, Germany)
Android Announcer Maico 2010 (1998, Japan, Animation)
Angel Links (1999, Japan, Animation)
Archie (franchise) (elements of science fiction):
The Archie Show (1968–1969, Animation)
Archie's TV Funnies (1971–1973, Animation)
New Archie and Sabrina Hour, The (1977, Animation)
New Archies, The (1987, Animation)
Archie: To Riverdale and Back Again (1990, film)
Archie's Weird Mysteries (1999–2000, Animation)
Astronauts (1981, UK)
Attack of the Killer Tomatoes: The Animation Series (1990–1992, Animation)
Avenue 5 (2020–2022)
Batman (franchise):
Batman (1966–1968)
Batman: The Brave and the Bold (2008–2011, Animation)
Battletoads (1992, Canada/US, special, pilot, Animation)
BrainDead (2016)
Bucky O'Hare and the Toad Wars (1991, UK/US, Animation)
Captain Simian & the Space Monkeys (1996–1997, Animation)
Cavemen (2007) (elements of science fiction)
Chobits (2002, Japan, Animation)
Chronicle, The (2001–2002) (elements of science fiction in some episodes)
Clone (2008, UK)
Code 404 (2020–2022, UK)
Come Back Mrs. Noah (1977–1978, UK)
Cosmic Quantum Ray (2009, Germany, Animation)
Courage the Cowardly Dog (1999–2002, Animation) (elements of science fiction in some episodes)
Coyote Ragtime Show (2006, Japan, Animation)
Dallas & Robo (2018, Animation)
Dan Vs. (2011–2013, Animation) (elements of science fiction in some episodes)
Dans une galaxie près de chez vous a.k.a. In a galaxy near you (1998–2001, Canada)
Darkwing Duck (1991–1992, Animation) (elements of science fiction in some episodes)
Dexter's Laboratory (franchise):
Dexter's Laboratory a.k.a. Dexter's Lab (1996–2003, Animation)
Dial M for Monkey (1996–1999, Dexter's Laboratory backup segment, Animation)[7]
Justice Friends, The (1996–1998, Dexter's Laboratory backup segment, Animation)[8]
Dirty Pair (1985, Japan, Animation)
Doraemon (franchise):
Doraemon (1973, Japan, Animation)
Doraemon (1979–2005, Japan, Animation)
Doraemon (2005–present, Japan, Animation)
Dr. Slump (franchise):
Dr. Slump – Arale-chan (1981–1986, Japan, Animation)
Doctor Slump (1997–1999, Japan, Animation)
Eureka (2006–2012)
Evil Con Carne (2003–2004, Animation)
Excel Saga (1999–2000, Japan, Animation)
Family Guy (1999–present, Animation) (franchise) (elements of science fiction in some episodes):
Blue Harvest (2007, episode, Animation)
Something, Something, Something, Dark Side (2010, episode, Animation)
It's a Trap! (2011, episode, Animation)
Family's Defensive Alliance, The (2001, Japan, Animation)
Far Out Space Nuts (1975–1976)
Final Space (2018–2021, Animation)
Freezing (2011–2013, Japan, Animation)
Frisky Dingo (franchise):
Frisky Dingo (2006–2008, Animation)
Xtacles, The (2008, spin-off, Animation)
Futurama (1999–2003, 2008–2013, Animation)
Future Man (2017–2020)
Galaxy Angel (franchise):
Galaxy Angel (2001–2002, Japan, Animation)
Galaxy Angel Z (2002, Japan, Animation)
Galaxy Angel A (2002, Japan, Animation)
Galaxy Angel AA (2003, Japan, Animation)
Galaxy Angel S (2003, Japan, special, Animation)
Galaxy Angel X (2004, Japan, Animation)
Galaxy Angel Rune (2006, Japan, Animation)
Garth Marenghi's Darkplace (2004, UK)
Gate Keepers (2000, Japan, Animation)
Gilligan's Planet (1982–1983, Animation)
Gintama (franchise):
Gintama (2006–2010, Japan, Animation)
Yorinuki Gintama-san (2010–2011, Japan, Animation)
Gintama' (2011–2013, Japan, Animation)
Goodnight Sweetheart (1993–1999, UK)
Harrison Bergeron (1995, film)
Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law (2000–2007, Animation)
Hilarious House of Frightenstein, The (1971, Canada)
Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, The (1981, UK)
Holmes & Yo-Yo (1976–1977)
Homeboys in Outer Space (1996–1997)
Honey, I Shrunk the Kids (1997–2000)
Hyper Police (1997, Japan, Animation)
Hyperdrive (2006–2007, UK)
Ijon Tichy: Space Pilot (2007, Germany)
Invader Zim (2001–2002, 2006, Animation)
Infinite Stratos (2011–2013, Japan, Animation)
It's About Time (1966–1967)
Jetsons, The (1962–1963, 1985–1987, Animation)
Jimmy Two-Shoes (2009–2011, Canada/UK/US, Animation)
Jing: King of Bandits (2002, Japan, Animation)
Johnny Test (2005–2014, Animation)
Kinvig (1981, UK)
Lab Rats (2008, UK) (elements of science fiction)
League of Super Evil a.k.a. L.O.S.E. (2009–2012, Canada, Animation)
Lego Star Wars: The Quest for R2-D2 (2009, film, Animation)
Lego Star Wars: The Padawan Menace (2011, special, Animation)
Lost in Space (1965–1968)
Lost Saucer, The (1975–1976)
Luna (1983–1984, UK)
Mahoromatic (franchise):
Mahoromatic: Automatic Maiden (2001–2002, Japan, Animation)
Mahoromatic: Something More Beautiful (2002–2003, Japan, Animation)
Marvin Marvin (2012–2013)
Medabots a.k.a. Medarot (1999–2001, Japan, Animation)
Meego (1997)
Metal Fighter Miku (1994, Japan, Animation)
Metal Mickey (1980–1983, UK)
Mighty Boosh, The (2004–2007, UK) (elements of science fiction in some episodes)
Mike and Angelo (1989–2000, UK)
Mork & Mindy (1978–1982)
My Favorite Martian (franchise):
My Favorite Martian (1963–1966)
My Favorite Martians (1973–1975, Animation)
My Hero (2000–2006, UK)
My Life as a Teenage Robot (2002–2006, Animation)
My Living Doll (1964–1965)
My Parents Are Aliens (1999–2006, UK)
Mystery Science Theater 3000 a.k.a. MST3K (1988–1999)
Nadesico (franchise):
Martian Successor Nadesico a.k.a. Mobile Battleship Nadesico a.k.a. Nadesico (1996–1997, Japan, Animation)
Gekiganger III (1996–1997, Japan, clips within Martian Successor Nadesico, Animation)
The Neighbors (2012–2014)
NieA 7 a.k.a. NieA under 7 (2000, Japan, Animation)
No Ordinary Family (2010–2011)
Not with a Bang (1990, UK)
Orville, The (2017–present)
Other Space (2015)
Out of This World (1987–1991)
Outer Space Astronauts (2009, partly Animation)
Owl, The a.k.a. La Chouette (2003–2006, France, shorts, Animation) (elements of science fiction in the Flying Saucer episode)
Ozzy & Drix a.k.a. The Fantastic Voyage Adventures of Osmosis Jones & Drixenol (2002–2004, Animation)
Phil of the Future (2004–2006)
Plastic Man (franchise):
Plastic Man (2006, pilot, Animation)
Plastic Man Comedy/Adventure Show, The (1979–1981, Animation)
Mighty Man and Yukk (1979–1980, Plastic Man Comedy/Adventure Show, The segment, Animation)
Rickety Rocket (1979–1980, Plastic Man Comedy/Adventure Show, The segment, Animation)
Powerpuff Girls, The (1998–2005, Animation)
Quark (1977–1978)
Ray the Animation (2006, Japan, Animation)
Red Dwarf (1988–1999, 2009–2017, UK)
Rick and Morty (2013–present, Animation)
Robot Chicken (2005–present, stop-motion animation) (elements of science fiction in this and this episode)
Robotboy (2005–2008, UK/France/US, Animation)
Robotomy (2010, Animation)
Saber Marionette (franchise):
Saber Marionette J (1996–1997, Japan, Animation)
Saber Marionette J to X (1998–1999, Japan, Animation)
Sealab 2021 (2000–2005, Animation)
Second Hundred Years, The (1967–1968)
Sgt. Frog (2004–2011, Japan, Animation)
Small Wonder (1985–1989)
Solar Opposites (2020–present, Animation)
Space Battleship Tiramisu (2018, Japan, Animation)
Space Ghost Coast to Coast a.k.a. SGC2C (1994–2001, Space Ghost parody, Animation)
Spaceballs: The Animation Series (2008, Animation)
Space Dandy (2014, Japan, Animation)
Spaced Out (2002, France/Canada, Animation)
Spliced (2010–2011, Canada, Animation)
Starhyke (2011, UK)
Star Trek: Lower Decks (2020–present, Animation)
Strangerers, The (2000, UK)
Tenchi Muyo! (franchise) (elements of science fiction):
Tenchi Universe (1995, Japan, Animation)
Tenchi in Tokyo (1997, Japan, Animation)
Tenchi Muyo! GXP (2002, Japan, Animation)
Tick, The (franchise):
Tick, The a.k.a. Tick: The Animation Series, The (1994–1996, Animation) (elements of science fiction in some episodes)
Tick, The (2001–2002) (elements of science fiction)
Time Squad (2001–2003, Animation)
Titan Maximum (2009, stop-motion Animation)
Tripping the Rift (2004–2007, Canada, Animation)
Unnatural History (2010, US/Canada, anthology) (elements of science fiction in some episodes)
Wallace and Gromit (franchise):
A Grand Day Out a.k.a. A Grand Day Out with Wallace and Gromit (1989, UK, stop-motion animation, film)[30]
Shaun the Sheep (2007–2010, Wallace and Gromit spin-off, UK, stop-motion animation) (elements of science fiction in The Visitor, Shaun Encounters and Cat Got Your Brain episodes)
Weird City (2019)
Whatever Happened to Robot Jones? (2002–2003, Animation)
Woops! (1992)
Yin Yang Yo! (2006–2009, US/Canada, Animation)
Zombieland (2013, pilot)


Serien und Filme
Serien mit Humor und Dramatikdramedy-serien.de/
SF Serien:sf-serien.de/
Sitcoms, Comedyseriensitcomserien.de/
phantasy ist ein Kofferwort aus Phantastik und Fantasyserienphantasy.de/
Dramaserien, Krimis Actionserienserienweb.de/
Zeichentrick und Animationsserienzeichentricksitcom.de/
Serien aus: Korea, China, Indien und Japanserien-aus-asien.de
Serien deutsche Produktionserien-aus- deutschland.de/
Filme deutsche Produktiond-film.de/



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SF Serienmix:

22 Licht und Schatten Star Trek: Discovery

68 Der Letzte des Kha'ri Babylon 5

83 Homo Superior Babylon 5

01 Der Fremde Parallel Worlds

04 Das heimliche Wesen aus einer fremden Welt Resident Alien