An amiable family comedy about the travails of the D.C.-based Watkins clan who own a construction business --- an urban "Home Improvement" --- "Built to Last" may last on the NBC Wednesday night…
Here's a show that takes itself waaaay too seriously as it features glamorous, elite (always elite) FBI agents running through their offices, or parking lots, or abandoned buildings, or slicked-down…
The black sheep of network TV's trend toward angel-mania, "Teen Angel's" smart-alek sensibility is refreshing, and exec producers Mike Reiss and Al Jean (alumni of the offbeat "The Simpsons" and "The…
Opening credits throw almost every kind of media into a lively stew --- a fun way to begin. But then the educational plot kicks in: Al comes under the "bad influence" (which happens to be the title…
Ayn Rand's 1936 novel "We the Living" has been optioned by Chicago-based Rosenblum Prods., run by lawyer-producer Marvin J. Rosenblum.
Host: Kathleen Turner.
Taut, tense submarine thriller delivers a compelling package: The script subtly --- too subtly, sometimes --- limns the brave men who man nuclear subs, but it's the crisis that's the real star here.
Filmed at Pinewood Studios, London, and Studio Babelsberg, Potsdam, Germany, by World Prods., in association with InVision Prods. Ltd., UFA Filmproduktion, UFA Babelsberg and Flach Film Paris, for…
This wildly unfunny sitcom revolving around twin brothers looks more like a TV Land reject than an MTV-sanctioned production. Jason and Randy Sklar, while exhibiting nice brotherly chemistry and…
The Senior Prom (Wed. (2), 8-9 p.m., ABC) Filmed in Houston and Boston. Executive producers, Louis H. Gorfain, Charles A. Bangert; producer, Hank O'Karma; field producers, Stephanie Granader, Annette…
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Dawn of The Planet of The Apes
Dawn of The Planet of The Apes3Weekend:$16.4M Fox