A Jewish blaxploitation hero saves Hanukkah from the clutches of Santa Claus's evil son.
The Mensch in black is back. The Hebrew Hammer comes out of retirement to prevent a time-traveling Hitler from erasing Jewish history.
Sledge Hammer! is an American satirical police sitcom produced by New World Television that ran for two seasons on ABC from 1986 to 1988. The series was created by Alan Spencer and stars David Rasche as Inspector Sledge Hammer, a preposterous caricature of the standard "cop on the edge" character. Al Jean and Mike Reiss, best known for their work on The Simpsons, wrote for the show and worked as story editors.
Mickey Spillane's Mike Hammer, with Stacy Keach in the title role, is a television series that originally aired on CBS from January 28, 1984 to January 12, 1985. The series was 24 sixty minute episodes. The show follows the adventures of Mike Hammer, the fictitious private detective created by crime novelist Mickey Spillane, as he hunts down criminals on the mean streets of New York City.
Anthology series, in which each self-contained episode featured a different kind of horror. These varied from witches, werewolves, ghosts, devil worship and voodoo, but also included non-supernatural horror themes such as cannibalism, confinement and serial killers.
Mike Hammer, Private Eye is an American syndicated television program based on the adventures of the fictitious private detective Mike Hammer, created by novelist Mickey Spillane. The show starred Stacy Keach and was seen as an attempt to revive the character he had played in Mickey Spillane's Mike Hammer and The New Mike Hammer - two moderately successful syndicated CBS series from the 1980s. Mike Hammer, Private Eye premiered on September 27, 1997. The show failed to gain a wide audience and, as a result, it was canceled after only one season. The final show of the series aired on June 14, 1998.
Mickey Spillane's Mike Hammer is the title used for two syndicated television series that followed the adventures of fictional private detective Mike Hammer. The gritty, crime fighting detective—created by American crime author Mickey Spillane—has also inspired several feature films and made-for-TV movies.
Hammer House of Mystery and Suspense was a short-lived anthology television series from Hammer Studios. Though similar in format to the 1980 series Hammer House of Horror, the Mystery and Suspense series had feature-length episodes, usually running around 70 minutes without commercials. The series was a co-production by Hammer Studios with 20th Century Fox Television, and is known in the United States as Fox Mystery Theater. Unlike 1980's Hammer House of Horror, all the episodes had American actors as either the leads or in key roles. It was first aired in the UK by ITV in 1984, though was not simulcast and was shown in different timeslots throughout the various ITV regions.
Hammer Session is an 11-episode Japanese drama series broadcast in 2010, and based on a 3-volume manga series by Tanahashi Namoshiro, released in 2006.
Homes Under the Hammer is a British renovation and auction series that originally screened on BBC One as part of the BBC's morning television schedule, the series has been running since 2003. Its main presenters are Lucy Alexander and Martin Roberts, although in series three Marc Woodward and Jasmine Birtles alternated presenting duties with Alexander and Roberts. The series is the BBC's most successful show in the 10:00am slot, regularly attaining a 30% market share for new episodes.
Die Hammer-Soap – Heimwerker im Glück is a German television series.
After a 30-year old Eastern European au pair moves to Hollywood, she decides to make rich Americans great again by hammering education into the children of the stars.
Hammerman is a Saturday morning cartoon, produced by DIC Entertainment and starring pop rapper MC Hammer, which aired for thirteen episodes on ABC.
Hammertime is a reality TV show on the A&E Network about M.C. Hammer and his family, produced by 3Ball Productions Inc. The title comes from the lyrics of Hammer's song "U Can't Touch This", as well as his nickname. Unlike previous shows Hammer was involved with, Hammertime focused only on him and his family who are living in Tracy, California in a large ranch-style abode situated on a two-acre corner lot. At the time the show began, Hammer and his wife Stephanie had been married for over 25 years and raising six children: Bobby, Jeremiah, Sammy, Sarah, A'keiba and nephew Jamaris; along with his cousin Marv co-starring. After Hammer's personal superstar status, he wanted to involve his entire family with him for this project. Hammer served as one of the executive producers for the show. The series premiered June 14, 2009, airing on Sundays at 10 PM EST. For the first season, 11 episodes and a bonus 12th were ordered. Webisodes can still be viewed on the network's website. On July 30, 2009, Hammer's cousin "Bigg Marv" was arrested on rape charges after being accused by a woman he had met online. With over a million followers, Hammer utilized his Twitter page to call the charges 'pure nonsense' and expressed his thoughts on the arrest. He Twittered: "Marv has been picked up. We're standing by him. Welcome to Fame Cousin Marv. We're praying for you". He went on to say, "Thanks for your Prayers for Bigg Marv. He's a good guy, he has not been exposed to the ‘World of Fame’ where you become ‘The Prey’." Some speculate that the show was cancelled because of Marv's rape case. In June 2010, the charges against Marv were dropped and the case dismissed.
Realestate agents competite against each other, guessing 3 recently sold house prices per show.