Robert Conrad returns to TV as Jack Stewart, law officer who doggedly pursues a case given up by his superiors. Purportedly fact-based script doesn't always make a lot of sense, but serves as a nice…
Voiceovers: Jack Lemmon, Richard Farnsworth, Tim Scott, Mary Kay Bergman, Nancy Boykin, Cash Scot Casey, Richard Doyle, Doug Hale, James David Hinton, Rif Hutton, Lance LeGault, Ritchie Montgomery…
Correspondent: Pat Harvey.
Peter Mayle's best-selling chronicle of his year in Provence is delightfully adapted for the small screen by the BBC, capturing much of the charm and humor of the book.
Affecting, skillfully crafted, fact-based drama about a mother who is falsely arrested and convicted of poisoning her infant features a solid script and good performances.
The ever-plotting, parent-manipulating Parker Lewis returns as late season filler in what has to be a difficult timeslot for Fox, but this topsy-turvy, sometimes surrealistic sitcom gets an "A" for…
Narrator: Corey Burton.
Basing his teleplay on the Bryan Burrough-John Helyar book about the mile-high rise and plunge of Nabisco CEO F. Ross Johnson, writer Larry Gelbart comes up with a sharp, ingenious teleplay dealing…
Cops" uses no actors, no re-creations and no hosts -- only real officers in the line of duty -- in a fascinating, informative and entertaining look at the life of police.
Four-hour opus filmed in Toronto toplines dynamic Anjelica Huston as a 1950s- 1980s neurotic Seattle mother who fixes most of her attention on an autistic son at the expense of her five other kids…