A TV series or film that takes inspiration and characters from another but does not directly continue the story in the manner of a sequel. To be used for question pertaining to the intricacies of spin-offs specifically, not for any kind of question about some spin-off.
I've always wondered what the relationship is between Disney's The Rescuers and the TV show Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers. Both shows are done by Disney and are about rodents who act as a "Rescue" ...
Disney Channel's Girl Meets World is appropriately called a spin-off of ABC's 1990s hit Boy Meets World. However, there are some seemingly unique aspects: Is it not a "typical" spin-off. Examples ...
Recently I came to know about the new Tv show Better Call Saul, which is the spin-off from Breaking Bad. But to my disappointment the characters Walter White and Jesse Pinkman were dropped from the ...
Spin-offs are a long-standing tradition in television, but generally the new shows stick quite closely to the aesthetics of the old. The Flash is much lighter in tone than Arrow, but it's still ...
It can be somewhat common among spinoff series or when cross promotion is desired, for characters from one series to appear in episodes of another series. This has most recently been seen in some of ...
I believe (but it is like fodder for another question) that Happy Days may be part of the largest spin-off tree in TV History (To the date of this posting) Is there a compiled list or graphic of the ...
Happy Days maintained a fairly realistic bent throughout it's run (I'm not here to debate shark jumping, I promise). Two notable detours from this were Mork and Mindy and Out of the Blue. Mork ...