In a misguided attempt to salute the National Hispanic Scholarship Fund by supplying a mixture of on-target Hispanic talents and less-than-Latin entertainers, the all-star "fiesta" at Ford's Theater…
Exec producer Stephen Kronish's teleplay about young, struggling ballplayer Joe Dugan, out of the game for good thanks to a head injury, reaffirms the pleasure of the short-story form in a half-hour…
Exec producer Stephen Kronish, penning a rare proletarian TV drama, creates a vigorous, absorbing half-hour story packed with emotion and quality. Surely cast , this companion piece to "Jumpin' Joe,"…
If you take 10 years away from "thirtysomething," you get Fox's new "Melrose Place." Well, not exactly.
The premise of "Up to No Good" might have just taken some heat off "Murphy Brown." Dan Quayle can rail all he wants about "Murphy," but family values take a real mugging in this sitcom, and there…
Fluid performances of cuts from Lyle Lovett's last two discs highlight this half-hour showcase of the big-haired singer-songwriter, who is currently enjoying critical success with his first studio…
Host: John Ritter.
A half-hour pilot with appealing characters and an artful concept offers a hero who, in a coma for 20 years, returns to consciousness at 34 to the changes that have occurred since 1972. A drama with…
Narrators: Keith Morrison, Niquel Anthony.
Another day, another reality show.
This free-form 1989 docu, concerning assaults on human sensibilities and the liberal cause, moves from topic to topic with an unshakeable ease. At times frustrating, at others witty, at others grave…