Matt Dillon returns to the screen in a CBS telepic that's a fine reminder of why the original "Gunsmoke" series was termed an "adult Western": Not because the storylines were more than 21 years old…
Quick-paced hour records the presentation of the 21st AFI Life Achievement Award (and the fourth to a woman), as Elizabeth Taylor joins previous honorees.
Barbara Eden turns up as a divorced psychotherapist seeing things that aren't there, and if the rest of the teleplay by Julie Moskowitz and Gary Stephens only played as well as the first 20 minutes…
Once again, "MTV Unplugged" proves to be the most watchable program on the network, giving musicians an opportunity to make music without distractions of Spandex or smoke.
Raymond Burr returns in his other traditional role, wheelchair-bound detective chief Robert T. Ironside, retired consultant for the Frisco police (now into vineyards), to help Denver select a new…
Big city D.A. investigator Dan Fields (William Devane) moves his family to Utah in an effort to "get away from all the crazies." Instead, he winds up tracking a group of renegade Mormons led by…
This HBO hour is a terrifically made video verite that attempts to go inside the operations and mind of the Alabama-based neo-Nazi "skinhead" group, the Aryan National Front, and its leader Bill…
The splendidly produced ABC miniseries dwells on the grotesque true story of Charlie Starkweather, 19, who killed 11 people in Nebraska in 1957-58, and his 14-year-old girlfriend,
Elizabeth Montgomery is back in fighting form -- slim, smart and commanding centerstage -- as the real-life Blanche Taylor Moore, who killed a number of men with poison in the 1980s. Montgomery and…
Debut segment of four-part series that explores and celebrates the importance of dance in human life is a rich, revealing pleasure.