A series of enactments of kids in situations that scare them, as they sing about their fears to a catchy tune. The message for kids being that it's ok to feel scared sometimes.
Scared!, formerly titled as Scared on Staten Island!, is an American paranormal public-access television cable TV series that premiered on September 12, 2002 on Staten Island Community Television. Produced by Core Films and Thousand Hats Productions, the program follows and stars a Staten Island-based team of urban explorers who venture into abandoned and condemned buildings in search of paranormal activity. In each episode, three main members, who are collectively known as "The SCARED! Crew" and vary throughout the series, represent three points of view or beliefs: the psychic, scientist, and skeptic.
Ten celebrities move into a spooky mansion and compete in challenges inspired by iconic films.
Observing programs for troubled teens in which inmates reveal the realities of prison life in the hope of deterring them from a life of crime.
Scared Straight! is a 1978 documentary directed by Arnold Shapiro. Narrated by Peter Falk, the subject of the documentary is a group of juvenile delinquents and their three-hour session with actual convicts. Filmed at Rahway State Prison, a group of inmates known as the "lifers" berate, scream at, and terrify the young offenders in an attempt to "scare them straight" so that those teenagers will avoid prison life. The documentary aired on television in the late 1970s, uncensored; it marked the first time that the words "fuck" and "shit" were broadcast on many networks. The cast includes a drug dealer and counterfeit document manufacturer from Westchester County, a gang member from Jersey City, an arsonist and bomb builder from Bridgeport, the son of a Mafia informant, and a 17-year-old chop shop parts dealer and car thief from the Bronx. At film's end, the teenagers say that they have decided that they don't want to end up in jail. The film ends with a "roll call" of the teens, revealing that most were "scared straight", though a few were said to have reoffended.
Scared Shrekless is a 21-minute Halloween television special, set shortly after the events of Shrek Forever After, that premiered on the American television network NBC on Thursday, October 28, 2010. The short marks the first time Eddie Murphy didn't reprise his role as Donkey and was replaced by Dean Edwards, Rupert Everett is replaced by Sean Bishop as Prince Charming, and the Ogre Babies are now voiced by Miles Christopher Bakshi and Nina Zoe Bakshi. This is the first time we've seen Duloc since the original Shrek.
Running Scared is a British television children's drama serial produced by the BBC and transmitted on BBC 1 in 1986, based on the Bernard Ashley novel and is set in Woolwich with the Woolwich Ferry featuring in a key scene. A gritty series, Running Scared deals with a teenage girl, Paula, whose life is put at risk when she uncovers evidence that could put a local criminal gang leader behind bars. The series is notable for its use of the then recently released Kate Bush pop song Running Up That Hill as its main theme tune.
Scaredy Squirrel is a Canadian animated television series created by Mélanie Watt. On Sunday, April 3, 2011, YTV officially premiered Scaredy Squirrel at 9:30am ET. The series premiered on Cartoon Network in the United States on Tuesday, August 9, 2011, at 7pm ET. The premiere of Scaredy Squirrel on Cartoon Network on August 9 received 1.303 million viewers. Season 1 ended on December 2, 2011 in Canada and December 4, 2011 in the United States with the episode "Jawhead/Store Wars". Season 2 began in Canada on September 9, 2012 and ended on March 16, 2013. Season 3 as began airing on March 23, 2013 and end on August 17, 2013
Scaredy Camp is a reality show that aired on Nickelodeon, hosted by Emma Wilson. Season one ran from October 27, 2002 - November 3, 2002. Season two ran from August 2, 2003 - August 16, 2003. The show featured children competing against each other to find clues about urban legends that surround the summer camp that they are attending. Ten episodes were filmed in all, with repeats shown on Nick GAS, but currently episodes no longer air on the network, nor will they return due to the station's end on December 31, 2007. The show's first season was filmed at Camp Lindenmere in Henryville, Pennsylvania, during the summer of 2002. The camp, however, was referred to as "Camp Lindenwood" on the show, due to legal reasons. The show was created by Liz Sommers.