I am Lady Aleena, admin of the Tommy Westphall Universe wiki. The Tommy Westphall Universe (TWU) is a live-action crossover theory that began when someone saw the crossover between St. Elsewhere and Homicide: Life on the Street. Then it was revealed that Tommy Westphall, the autistic son of Dr. Donald Westphall of St. Elsewhere, dreamt his entire series! That lead to the theory that all other connected series were all in Tommy's dream. Both St. Elsewhere and Homicide: Life on the Street crossed over with Chicago Hope and Oz. St. Elsewhere crossed over with another six, and Homicide: Life on the Street crossed over with another three. All of those series had their own spin-offs and crossovers that lead to connections with over 400 other series!
The oldest series in the TWU is The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show that aired on CBS in 1950. It is also responsible for the oldest crossover when it crossed over with The Bob Cummings Show.
The newest series in the TWU is Star Trek: Discovery that began airing on CBS All Access this September. It is a spin-off of Star Trek.
Most of the series are American with a little over twenty British television series and two French series. The most connected network is CBS with NBC and ABC close behind with FOX having a big presence. Nearly half of the series are sitcoms, and the other half is assorted dramas and action series.
Other franchises in the TWU are Law & Order, Star Trek, Doctor Who, Chicago, Battlestar Galactica, Mayberry, The Beverly Hillbillies, Happy Days, Criminal Minds, CSI, NCIS, and Arrowverse universes, most of the series on the Disney Channel, and many more! I am trying to build bridges with those communities and television and fictional crossovers by offering a place for TWU connections to be cataloged. However, it is hard since some of these wikis have few users or are barely or not active.
So, should the TWU crossover theory or any of the series in the TWU interest you, please come over and help make our articles a little better. Ask here if you want to know a little more before venturing over there.