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…
Daring and funny as it shatters TV's taboos, Fox's "In Living Color" continues to forge cutting-edge comedy. Wasted airtime on musical numbers, though, is robbing viewers of precious time during the…
Review: ‘Great Wonders of the World Wonders of Nature; Wonders of Man’s Creation; Wonders Sacred and Mysterious’
Beautifully conceived, beautifully photographed, andbeautifully written, all three parts of "Great Wonders of the World" are a real treat: wonderful television.
TNT keeps up its reputation for telepic quality with "Foreign Affairs," as Joanne Woodward and Brian Dennehy make funny, affecting romance.
Dying to Love You," about a loony, lying heroine using a stalwart, everyday nice guy who's panting for passion, employs a formula that's been driven into the ground. If John Miglis' teleplay is to be…
Idea of bringing a collection of daytime actors into prime time may seem adventuresome, but hauling along their patented emoting style doesn't allow room for subtlety. With Hal Sitowitz's…
Boasting the most stars-per-minute of any regularly scheduled sitcom, "Evening Shade" occasionally has trouble coming up with material that's worthy of the likes of Burt Reynolds, Marilu Henner…
Demonstrating both what's best and most disappointing about George Lucas' meticulously crafted series, this leisurely paced two-hour return squanders the promotional value of a brief cameo by…