Kermit the Frog pursues Hollywood dreams and, along the way, picks up playtime buds Fozzie Bear, Miss Piggy, and Gonzo.
The off-kilter British sketch-comedy show is brilliant as a stream-of-consciousness movie based on the legend of King Arthur.
Leslie Nielsonâ€™s turn as doltish Detective Frank Drebin spun the short-lived cop satire Police Squad! into a successful movie franchise.
The '50s TV drama was a hit 1987 movie, with a David Mamet script, Kevin Costner as agent Elliot Ness, and Robert De Niro as Al Capone.
The crude brand of social commentary on South Park (on air since 1992) works well in the full-length movie.
This $60-million adaptation of the hit sci-fi show tied perfectly into the series, which was still being aired at the time of its release.
This 1955 TV movie turned big-screen flick -- about a 34-year-old Bronx bachelor living with his mom -- won a Best Picture Oscar.
David Lynch's prequel to his cult television series takes viewers into the life of murder victim Laura Palmer (Sheryl Lee).
Colin Farrell and Jamie Foxx bring the tastemaking '80s TV show to the big screen -- sans the Armani sports coats and synth music.