Host: Stephen Ford.
A quicksilver, threatening interp by Michael Biehn supplies most of the vigor in the telefilm "A Taste for Killing," in which two wealthy pre-law students, thanks to parental pull, go to work on an…
Say what you want about the new series "Freshman Dorm," but it moves up a class before its second episode. In other words, it's sophomoric.
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Director Martha Coolidge builds a communal sense among a three-generation family of women who live well under the same roof on a lovely isle in Puget Sound; there's also insularity bordering on…
Blossom returns home in this third season opener of the youth-oriented sitcom , but, unfortunately the homecoming is not nearly as interesting as last season's ender, when she ran away.
The title for "The Fear Inside" stems from a woman's phobia about open spaces and her inability to step outside her large, isolated home in California's Agoura Hills. Alan Jay Glueckman's story and…
The fictional conflicts of several women, predominantly Asian, and their abusive husbands have been wrapped up in an ambitious if uneven script by L.A. deputy D.A. Patricia Kinaga. Often static…
Host: Patty Duke.
Narrator: Amy Hill.
A large, well-traveled set of characters who sip champagne and roll around in Rollses, a dedicated heiress, villains that do everything but hiss and a teleplay based on a book by the redoubtable…
Peter S. Fischer, whose first-class credits range from "Columbo" through "Murder, She Wrote" just for starters, comes a cropper with this routine pilot (from last year) involving an insurance…