There is a plethora of TV shows with two names, far too many to list here, your best bet is to search various sites, Wikipedia may be the best because you can search shows by decades but a small sampling are ...
Here are some television shows with two word titles in a 5-letter, 6-letter combination:
*There were other related series here, but the others don't match the title requirements of this question.
[Please note that in the dates above, the different dates don't necessarily mean the shows were related by anything other than title.]
A couple that come to mind....
Q.I. - a British quiz show
E.R. - an american medical drama
According to MLA format, both TV shows and movies are either underlined or italicized. Episodes within those shows receive quotation marks.Example:Spongbob Squarepants, "Boat Smarts"
if you are on a wii there is a magnifying glass as a and if you press it you will be able to search a title. if you are on a computer or laptop then just go to the top right of the screen and it will have a white bar and you press it and type in a title.
"Michael Hayes" (1997-1998). "Veronica Mars" (2004-2007). "Pepper Dennis" (2006).
There are a few shows, concerts, and movies with the name The Midnight Express or consisting of portions of the title. None of these fit specifically with the details given.
I believe that there are performances of the 59/60 shows and 1961 shows on YouTube but the BFI only shows two episodes still in their archives
Some television shows that have three letters include the following: TMZ UFO ALF GCB
Tv shows with the word house in the title
Detective Conan, but it is a japanese anime.
The now cancelled ABC television show "Don't Trust the B in apt. C" has 19 letters in the title.
in tv shows and serial
Baby Talk, Holding the Baby