Successor to Disney's vidpix "Not Quite Human" and "Not Quite Human II" doesn't show much originality or inventiveness as it picks on the adventures of android creator Jonas Carson (Alan Thicke) and…
Leno was wise to ignore the temptations of frontloading and started out with what he and his colleagues may consider the ideal program matrix: a promotional draw and program energizer (Billy…
Hal Linden's summer series tumbles out of the tradition of cute and/or heartwarming tales connected by a central theme--i.e., "Jack's Place," restaurant owned and benevolently operated by Jack Evans…
But in reality, Carson prevailed because he was the personification of a successful performer--he was proud of his work, his demeanor and talent were unfailingly consistent, and he brought joy and…
One of the last televised concerts by one of the most innovative forces in jazz, show captures the essence of Miles Davis -- cool, disinterested, yet in command of the flow. Show was recorded July…
This special attempts to explain to the uninitiated the history of country music, using clips, walking tours and re-creations of country classics by contemporary performers.
MTV, the arbiter of style and music for today's younger generation, has come up with another winning idea in this half-hour reality drama tracking the lives of seven people living together.
Watch out, Baba Wawa! Here comes Oprah Winfrey.
Announcer: John Harlan.
Host: G. Gordon Liddy.
Stunning performances by Anne Bancroft and Hector Elizondo demonstrate the art of thesping for those who've thought it's disappeared into memory and hearsay. Playing adversative-complementary roles…