15 minutes

Mary Shelley's Frankenhole is about Victor Frankenstein, the mad genius who mastered immortality and now has also created an infinite number of portals (or "Frankenholes") connecting his small, Eastern European village (which is teeming with monsters and supernatural forces) to every time period from the past and the future. The show is named for Mary Shelley, who wrote the book Frankenstein, and for the wormholes that allow for time travel in the TV series. Dino Stamatopoulos will host the intros with a special guest before each new episode.

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As a huge cartoon fan and a man with a Marmite sense of humor (you either love it or hate it) I wanted to compile a list of these types of shows for anyone not familiar with them. More added to the list as I remember them.
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Shows I've not started but would like to
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A list of all shows that I have completed in their entirety (assuming no new seasons / episodes have been added). This will be an ever expanding list. If you check my tracker, there are a very diverse listing of shows. I'm always up for suggestions if you see something on there that I haven't watched yet or that I don't have. When you see the rating system, don't be upset. I made my ratings first by choosing what was 5 star and working backwards. There were times were I liked a show (e.g., Angry Video Game Nerd), but could not rank it higher based on some of the other shows ranked above it. Also, please note that some shows are arguably "completed." For example, I see the first season of True Detective as a completely different show then its following season since it was intended to be a one season mini-series (same with Fargo). The same goes for Two and a Half Men. I've seen every episode with Charlie Sheen. Watching a few with Ashton Kusher makes me feel comfortable as marking that show as "complete."