First production of Fox's new in-house Foxstar unit revives the 1989-91 TV series "Alien Nation," itself based on 1988 feature. Produced by and starring many members of original series team and aired…
Announcer: Don Pardo.
Taped at CBS TV City by Brillstein-Grey Entertainment and Kalola Prods. Exec producer, Carol Burnett; producers, Ken Welch, Mitzie Welch, Robert Wright; director, Paul Miller; writers, Mitzie & Ken…
Paddy Chayevsky, who died in 1981, brought depth and dimension to the relatively new medium of TV with a string of small, beautifully formed, intense personal dramas that set a standard infrequently…
Host: Robert Stack.
Performers: Kathy Mattea, Doug Stone, Joe Ely.
Featuring: Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (London) conducted by Gilbert Levine; choruses of the Cappella Giulia of St. Peter's Basilica and the Rome Accademia Filarmonica; cello soloist, Lynn Harrell…
Younger brother comes to live with older brother after their father's death. Older brother's girl feels neglected, defects into younger brother's arms. Fallout, reconciliation, fadeout. Onto a…
Actors who really want to direct should take heed of this latest installment of Showtime's "Directed By" series as an example of how too many influences can harm a film. But the actors rally to use…
Karol Ann Hoeffner's teleplay, wrested from Danielle Steel's novel, only underscores how shallow the stereotyped characters are and how skinny the plot is. Productions based on Steel's works usually…
In its fifth season, "Law & Order" offers an episode that's right on par for the series: It's a compelling hour.