The best thing about this new one-hour syndie series is that it's suggested by James Fenimore Cooper's uncorrupted natural man, Natty Bumppo, sometimes known, among other things, as Hawkeye. If the…
This teen murder story, based on a real-life, mid-'80s incident in Orinda, and adapted from a Rolling Stone article, is grippingly told, rippling with social undercurrents.
Attractive Ally Sheedy and suitably virile William R. Moses show up as San Francisco marrieds Susan and Mark Enright, who buy a Mendocino Victorian frame house that has an occult magnet drawing Susan…
Dabney Coleman, playing a toned-down version of the curmudgeonly character familiar from series including ahead-of-its-time "Buffalo Bill" and "'Slap' Maxwell Story," gets strong placement in NBC's…
An ideal slot between "Mad About You" and "Seinfeld" should shore up the prospects for "Friends," new sitgiggle about six pals' lives and fortunes in Manhattan. Spirited ensemble playing, directed…
Viewers in search of a lighthearted romp need to look no further than "Due South," a harmless ditty of an action comedy that, as long as its writers keep the story light, should have solid legs.
Somebody out there still dreams of Jeannie, is still on the highway to heaven , with results that make one long for the bad old days. In this reincarnation of a timeworn videoland plotline, Roma…
The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air," which made a mainstream star out of rapper Will Smith, ran its 100th episode Monday, an hourlong takeoff on Smith's other profession, the record business.
Although Dudley Moore reprises the befuddled-nice-guy persona that has carried him through a dozen or so feature films, his performance in "Daddy's Girls" is often overshadowed by a far-less skilled…
Moving into its second season, now following "Frasier" in NBC's lineup and without having to contend with "Roseanne" as competition, "The John Larroquette Show" is undergoing some basic structural…