Playing as a stream of consciousness diary film following the sexual exploits of a flippantly anti love and marriage (but pro-smoking) artist named Barney who narrates his thoughts on life into a portable tape recorder that he carries around everywhere, Pig wanders brilliantly between intentionally uncomfortable hardcore couplings and fully clothed sight gags and genuinely clever one liners.
Peppa Pig is an energetic piggy who lives with Mummy, Daddy, and little brother George. She loves to jump in mud puddles and make loud snorting noises.
One fateful day, Karin, a junior-high student, found what she thought was an injured piglet. However, the piglet was just exhausted from hunger. After the piglet regained his health by eating Karin's apple, he revealed that he is a prince, Tonrariano III, from a planet called Booringo. Tonrariano wanted to reward Karin for helping him and so he transformed her into a pig with superpowers. Karin was not at all pleased with the gift because she wanted to become a pretty superheroine like "Cutey Chao" (a parody of Cutey Honey), not Super Pig. Reluctantly, she became more interested in her role as Super Pig when she found out that she can turn into someone like "Cutey Chao" if she can collect 108 pearls through doing good deeds for other people. (MyAnimeList)
Preston Pig is a children's cartoon show, that aired on CITV, based on a series of books by Colin McNaughton. Here's the Cast: ⁕Nicky Croydon - Preston ⁕Hugh Laurie - Mr. Wolf ⁕Susan Sheridan - Preston's Mum/Pumpkin/Additional Voices ⁕Jimmy Hibbert - Preston's Dad/Additional Voices The music is composed by Keith Hopwood. It was shown at weekdays from 3:00PM until 3:15PM on the CITV Channel. As of 2011, it is no longer shown on the CITV Channel.
Pig Sty is a sitcom that premiered on UPN on January 23, 1995 during the network's disastrous, low-rated first season. Only 13 episodes were made. Pig Sty ran on Monday nights, after Star Trek: Voyager and Platypus Man. The series was produced by Paramount Network Television.
Pig City is an animated television program originally airing on Teletoon, on September 1, 2002. It features a country pig moving to the big city to live with his cousins. 39 half hour episodes have been produced, coproduced with AnimaKids, and in association with Merchandising Munchen 2001–2003.
Huxley Pig is a stop-motion animated children's television series from 1989 and 1990. Based on the picture books by Rodney Peppé, the series was produced by FilmFair for Central TV. It was narrated by Martin Jarvis.
Tokyo Pig, known in Japan as Hare Tokidoki Buta, is a Japanese anime television series. The anime was based on a book titled Fair, then Partly Piggy, written by Shiro Yadama and translated into English by Keith Holeman. Tokyo Pig is about a young boy and the adventures he has with his magic diary where anything he draws will come to life. In the first episode, "When Pigs Fly," he draws hundreds of flying pigs. As he experiences his first drawing coming to life, he tries to erase them all before his parents catch him. In his haste however, he misses one pig which becomes his pet, Sunny Pig. When brought to the United States, it was renamed Tokyo Pig. It was also translated into Chinese and Tagalog. It first aired in July, 1997 in Japan on TV Tokyo, later in September, 2002 in the United States on ABC Family, and eventually on Cartoon Network Korea in June 2013. It was originally directed by Shinichi Watanabe and starred Koichi Yamadera as Yori-chan. The series ran for 61 episodes until October 1998.
The Porky Pig Show is an American television anthology series hosted by Porky Pig, that was composed of uncut Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies cartoons made between 1935 and 1963. The show first aired on ABC in 1964. Since Warner Bros. had closed their cartoon studio the year before, the opening and closing animation and bumpers were produced in New York by animator Hal Seeger, with Winston Sharples composing the title song. It aired on ABC from 1964 to 1967. Shorts featured in the show were distributed to television stations in syndication from 1971 to 1990, as part of Warner Bros.'s Porky Pig and Friends package. For this version, 78 black and white Porky Pig cartoons were hand-traced in color, resulting in a degradation of the animation style and timing. It wasn't until the early 1990s that Warner Bros. made computer-colorized versions available, which preserved the original animation techniques. Porky Pig also aired on MTN-9 in Australia, as well as other channels and networks worldwide.
The Pig and Whistle was a Canadian musical television series aired on the CTV television network from 1967 to 1977. Filmed in Toronto, Ontario but set in a fictional English pub, the show featured an assortment of Canadian, British and Irish performers. One of CTV's most popular programs of its day, Pig and Whistle drew ratings of over a million viewers in the early 1970s. The programme was hosted by John Hewer and featured the music of the Carlton Showband, a Canadian-Irish musical group. Scottish singer and entertainer Stan Kane was often featured. The programme's title is derived from one of the names of a traditional English public house, whose meaning in turn remains somewhat speculative.
Pig Heart Boy is a children's novel by Malorie Blackman which was first published in 1997. It was shortlisted for the Carnegie Medal. The novel was adapted into a television series, which was broadcast by the BBC in 1999.
Pig in a Poke is a 1977 Australian series about a Melbourne doctor who moves to Redfern.
Pig's Breakfast is an Australian children's television series that was broadcast in 1999. The story involves two aliens, Meeba and Grob, who have crashed at a television studio on Earth in a galactic school bus. A producer at the station finds them and puts them in a TV show, thinking that the aliens are actors in costumes. Her two children, Rodney and Lucy, are the only ones who know that they are actually aliens.
Daffy Duck and Porky Pig Meet the Groovie Goolies is a 1972 animated one-hour TV-movie that was part of The ABC Saturday Superstar Movie. In this Filmation-produced movie, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, and other Looney Tunes characters interact with the characters from the Filmation series Groovie Goolies. This movie is notable for being the one and only time that Warner Bros. "loaned out" their famous Looney Tunes characters to appear in a Filmation production. Warner Bros. had shut down their animation studio in 1969. While Warner Bros. had outsourced production to other companies since the 1960s, it was usually to studios run by former Warner Bros. alumni, something that was not the case with Filmation.
Piggsburg Pigs! is a Fox Kids animated comedy series from Ruby-Spears Productions, which aired in 1990. On July 23, 2001, Piggsburg Pigs! and other properties of Saban Entertainment were sold to The Walt Disney Company.