Set in the year before the Revolutionary War begins, show features Jeremy Proctor (Ryan O'Neal), who runs Philadelphia's Cock and Hound Inn with his wife, Annabelle (Lesley-Anne Down), and three…
Second in the prestige-minded TNT Screenworks collection, Horton Foote's new TV play makes a stab at revealing a mid-l930s pig-headed, hot-tempered smalltown Texan to himself through a series of…
It's become a flat New York," is how an assault victim describes Los Angeles, and he adds that people have to prepare for crime in this city. The message is stressed throughout "Victim No More," a…
Scared Silent's" purpose, according to the press info, is to "expose and end child abuse." Spec's graphic testimonies, often painful and repulsive to watch, certainly do expose the heinous crime. And…
Host: Louis Gossett Jr.
America's own version of Michael Apted's "7 Up" dox (he also produces this series), "Age Seven" is delightful, amusing, sad and, like host Meryl Streep opines, a mirror and a crystal ball on our…
Sharp writing, intriguing characters and fresh takes on everyday situations set "Middle Ages" above the usual run of television dramas. It's the baby boomers' answer to "thirtysomething," without the…
Go ahead, bet the house, your wife, the kids and the bank account as well as your life: The chances are practically nil that Bill Cosby's latest TV venture won't be some sort of a hit.
This first of three specials, apparently sparked by the recent Los Angeles riots, is a thin attempt to look at those inner city kids who are trying to break the hold of the gangs and urban blight…