The celebrated 1989 Broadway return of Robert Morse in Jay Presson Allen's dynamic "Tru" has been taped for "American Playhouse" in what can be termed only as an event, and it's a joy. Morse's…
TV's obsession with murder gets another feeding with a four-hour telefilm "inspired by a true story," as the legend goes. It boils down to a good cop swamped by corruption trying to nail a prominent…
A tricky plot about a she-devil coming into the lives of a married couple--sound familiar?--kicks off strongly (with a good, scary look at a man and woman scaling a high cliff) and holds up well…
Writer Frederic Hunter worries at a two-hour exercise warranting at best a half-hour and, proving that point, attractive pro performers Jaclyn Smith and Christopher Reeve labor under Lou Antonio's…
Tyne Daly's appearance as the soused, over-sexed wife of a bullying, towering sports magnate gives the formulaic "Columbo" a helpful lift. With Peter Falk's Lt. Columbo less eccentric than usual and…
NEW YORK--Dinosaur lovers everywhere should delight in this four-part series that endeavors to reveal the true nature of those ancient creatures that ruled the earth for more than 130 million years.
An ambitious vidbio pegged at $ 10 million stretches from 1917 to 1973, but the attempt to understand the Georgian despot through Paul Monash's teleplay fails. Played valiantly by Robert Duvall…
Narrator: William Martin.
Narrator: Richard Kiley.
PBS' three-part documentary "The New Europeans" is a disappointingly disjointed and surprisingly superficial look at a continent in transition. Sloppy and largely unfocused, it contains little new…