Lodged somewhere between a smirk and a leer, first chapter of a six-episode summer series revels in the strained fictional experiences of how and when the younger characters have lost their…
Bright, crisply produced "Dream On" season opener "And Bimbo Was His Name-O" takes off on sex, ex, scandal, politicos and spouse abuse on the way to an hour of solid, urbane comedy. With all the…
Three estranged father-son combinations are thrown into close quarters aboard a sailboat and, in that intimate proximity, and on camera, confront their alienation and make the initial steps toward…
Don't be fooled by the attempt to put an ecological spin on this hourlong special: The show has "infomercial" written all over it, as Sea World and Busch Gardens aim for young viewers and tease them…
Some delightfully quirky Tom McGuane characters make it to the little screen with their idiosyncrasies relatively intact, which at the very least guarantees stretched-out people worth caring and…
Host-reporter: Ron Reagan.
Producer, Allen C. Pedersen. Director, Michael Spence; script, Brian Russell; camera, T.C. Christensen; editor, Jim Friesen; production designer, Bill Cornford; music, Bob Summers.
Host: Rene Auberjonois.
Another in a series of documentaries about societal problems in America, this hour has the content and style of a sweep series done by an aspiring news department at a major-market television station.
A&E, which occasionally seems to have purchased all video rights to World War II, gets outgunned here by CBS, which calls Charles Kuralt and Gen. Norman Schwarzkopf out of the trenches to profile…
Not making it to the big screen, third edition of the "Stepfather" slaughter flix instead has gone directly to TV without passing go; if there's a fourth issue, it'll be a home movie.