At one time or another everyone pauses to ask, "How'd they do that?" The question provides the basis of this new series, which examines the processes in creating phenomena that the public often takes…
The decline of Western Civilization is reaffirmed with MTV's newest animated offering, "Beavis and Butt-head."
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Even casual students of George Lucas aren't likely to learn a great deal from this "American Masters" profile, but as an entertaining, fast-moving overview of Lucas' landmark career, "Heroes, Myths…
Playwright Rich Orloff's charming, whimsical comedy about the creation of the universe delivers impish fun along with a provocative message. Excellent script is fleshed out beautifully by tender…
Scripters W.H. Davis and Vickie Patik, adapting "Guests of the Emperor" by Janice Young Brooks, indicate that, despite dreadful conditions inflicted on prisoners, the Japanese were either trying to…
HBO's "Mob Stories" is an offer few viewers will wanna refuse.
ABC hits paydirt with "Where I Live," sassy new sitcom with 13 episodes ordered and the future unlimited. Blessed with genuine characters, paced by Doug E. Doug's playing 17-year-old Douglas St…
What's supposed to be a romantic mystery taking place in New York and Paris wobbles so badly that even the cities seem plastic. How Connie Sellecca and Ed Marinaro play through this unamusing gambol…
Hardcore TV," an adults-only comedy series consisting of sketches linked by preppy-looking host David Konig, achieves its goal of shattering stereotypes, but also encourages it on other levels. Show…
Writers-creators William Bickley and Michael Warren have cooked up a so-so, nothing's-new sitcom with Cindy Williams as separated-wife Cathy Hale, mother of two girls, and Telma Hopkins as widow…