Following the Super Mario Bros Super Show and The Adventures of Super Mario Bros 3, Super Mario World was the last animated series (so far) for the beloved Nintendo franchise and found Mario, Luigi, Yoshi, and Peach helping a group of friendly cavemen in Dinosaur World while dealing with the various schemes of King Koopa.
The official Ghostbusters YouTube channel is adding episodes of The Real Ghostbusters (and Extreme Ghostbusters) every week and you can watch the first episode of The Real Ghostbusters, “Ghosts R Us”, in the latest Everything Action Theater.
Cobra Kai wasn’t The Karate Kid franchise’s first foray into TV as back in 1989 there was a crazy Saturday morning cartoon version of the franchise that sent Daniel and Mr. Miyagi on a globe-trotting adventure to recover a magical Okinawan artifact.
Westworld is the more famous of Michael Crichton’s movies about killer robots but he also directed 1984’s Runaway, featuring Tom Selleck trying to stop a diabolical plot by Gene Simmons to unleash circuit boards that can cause the various domestic robots in use around the world to become deadly weapons.
Created by action movie legend Steven E. De Souza and based on the comic Xenozoic Tales by Mark Schultz, Cadillacs and Dinosaurs aired for one season starting in 1993 and followed the adventures of Hannah Dundee and Jack Tenrec in a post-apocalyptic world full of classic cars and revived prehistoric monsters.
Check out 1992’s Stay Tuned for the latest (and last for 2020) Everything Action Theater as John Ritter and Pam Dawber attempt to survive a hellish gauntlet of TV and movie parodies for the amusement of Satan himself, programmed by evil Hellivision executive, Spike.
Garfield and Charlie Brown are some of the most beloved animated Christmas specials but most popular franchises got in on the action at some point, including The Smurfs in 1982 with The Smurfs Christmas Special, which you can watch in the latest Everything Action Theater.