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    Elvis

    Elvis

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    ABC (ended 1990)
    An interesting look at the early years of the king of rock and roll, Elvis Presley (Michael St. Gerard). St. Gerard lip-syncs to country singer Ronnie McDowell. Despite overwhelmingly good criticism, the series was cancelled due to poor ratings.moreless
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    Dangerous Minds

    Dangerous Minds

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    ABC (ended 1997)
    Based on a real person and on the movie of the same name, ex-Marine Louanne Johnson is an unconventional teacher who inspires her class of bright but "difficult" inner-city students, and makes a real difference in their lives, outside school as well as inside.moreless
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    The Scarlet Pimpernel

    The Scarlet Pimpernel

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    BBC (ended 2000)
    France, 1793. The terror of the French Revolution is at its height. Citizen Robespierre, along with his ruthless henchman Chauvellin, keep the tumbrels busy carrying the innocent to the guillotine. But there is one man who dares to defy the revolutionaries: The Scarlet Pimpernel.

    Richard E. Grant stars as the foppish English aristocrat Sir Percy Blakeney who has a secret identity as the daring and swashbuckling Scarlet Pimpernel, rescuing noblemen from the clutches of the guillotine during the height of the French Revolution.

    Based on the novel by Baroness Emmuska Orczy.

    Unlike the first season, which aired on Sundays at 8PM, the second season aired on Wednesdays at 8:30PM.moreless
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    Inspector Alleyn Mysteries

    Inspector Alleyn Mysteries

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    BBC (ended 1994)
    Welcome to The Inspector Alleyn Mysteries guide at TV.com. This detective drama was based on the novels by Ngaio Marsh, a contemporary of Agatha Christie's. Her detective, Chief Inspector Roderick Alleyn, was an Old Etonian at Scotland Yard from the 1930s onwards. In the pilot, Simon Williams played Alleyn, but he wasn't available in 1993, so Patrick Malahide took over the role. After the first series the BBC ordered three more episodes, all broadcast as specials during 1994.moreless
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    Nancy Drew (1995)

    Nancy Drew (1995)

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    (ended 1995)
    In this revival of the classic teen detective series based on the novels by Carolyn Keene, Nancy is now a 21-year-old college student in Manhattan, sharing an apartment with her friends Bess and George. Nancy works part-time at a temp agency, Bess writes an advice column for a local paper, and George works as a courier while learning to become a documentary filmmaker. Ned Nickerson is Nancy's boyfriend, who is studying in Africa but occasionally comes to visit her. Midway through the series, Nancy and her friends take a trip to Paris for summer vacation. Filmed in Canada and France.moreless
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    Invasion: Earth

    Invasion: Earth

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    BBC (ended 1998)
    Welcome to the Invasion: Earth guide at TV.com. Invasion: Earth was a six-part mini series co-produced by BBC Scotland and the U.S. Sci-Fi Channel. The plot was simple but effective. A team of miltary and scientists discover that a hostile alien force - the nDs - is planning to turn Earth into a breeding farm. The series ended inconclusively, leaving the way open for a second season. However, ratings weren't as high as expected and the show was cancelled.moreless
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    Guns of Paradise

    Guns of Paradise

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    CBS (ended 1991)
    Guns Of Paradise is the sequel series of the 1988-90 television western, Paradise.
    Paradise centered around grizzled gunfighter Ethan Allan Cord, who assumed custody of his late sister's four orphaned children. Ethan's sister, Lucy Cord Carroll, died in St. Louis in the 1890s and her children traveled to the West Coast to live with their uncle in Paradise, California.
    Cord attempted to change his life by becoming a rancher and raising the children in a converted farmhouse he rented from the town banker. The oldest of the children, and only girl, was 13-year-old Claire Carroll, who shared some of Ethan's supervisory duties, especially while he was away. Her brothers were Joseph, 11; Ben, 9; and George, 5.
    Despite attempting to settle down with his new brood, Ethan was often hired on odd jobs which utilized his gunfighting skills. Amelia Lawson, the banker from whom Ethan rented the farmhouse, became his romantic occupation. Ethan's best friend, Native American John Taylor, had a knack for being in the right spot at the right time, usually to help Ethan out of a jam.
    Guns Of Paradise finds Ethan giving up on farming and taking the position of town Marshall, sometimes to the chagrin of the citizens and always a negative to outlaws.moreless
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    Macross II

    Macross II

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    (ended 1992)
    Welcome to the Macross II guide at TV.com. A.D. 2089 - 80 years have passed since Space War I changed the lives of both human and Zentraedi races. Both races are at peace on Earth when a new alien race called the "Marduk" appear within the Solar System. While covering the first battle between the U.N. Spacy and the Marduk fleet, SNN rookie reporter Hibiki Kanzaki discovers Ishtar, an "Emulator" that enhances the Marduk's combat abilities through singing. Hibiki brings Ishtar to Earth to teach her the values of life and culture. Together with ace Valkyrie pilot Silvie Gena, Hibiki and Ishtar must find a way to save Earth from total destruction at the hands of the Marduk leader Ingues.moreless
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    Eerie, Indiana: The Other Dimension

    Eerie, Indiana: The Other Dimension

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    Global (ended 1998)
    It's the eeriest city on the planet, Eerie, Indiana where two teenagers, named Mitchell Taylor and Stanley Hope, are the only ones who actually encounter weird things occurring and they are the only ones who want to stop these strange happenings. The two children receive help from a bartender named Mr. Crawford if they are in trouble. The show is a sequel to the original series Eerie, Indiana. Unfortunately this show didn't pick up as expected and only ran for about four months. In the first episode we see the link between the original show and this sequel.moreless
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    G.B.H.

    G.B.H.

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    Channel 4 (ended 1991)
    As like as two peas in a pod; as different as chalk and cheese. Michael Murray and Jim Nelson are about the same age, grew up together in the same (unnamed) Northern city, are lifelong members of the Labour Party, and presently find themselves suffering inexplicable, extreme stress.

    Michael Murray is a charismatic and successful local politician, newly elected Leader of the City Council, poised to embark on a national career. An unscrupulous political opportunist surrounded by flunkies and yes-men, he has no friends, employs his elder brother Franky as an underpaid chauffeur, and scarcely remembers he has a wife and family at home.

    By contrast, Jim Nelson is rank-and-file, unambitious, high-principled, loyal to his many friends in the community, devoted to his job and to his wife and children.

    Michael is haunted by his past: by his humble birth, by the charismatic Union-leader father he never knew, by his classmates at school (and one sadistic little girl in particular), and most of all by the headmaster he blames for branding him a "loony" and sending him to a school for emotionally disturbed children.

    Jim is proud of his working-class roots, is nostalgic for the past, and… is headmaster of a school for emotionally disturbed children.

    Both believe they are being driven insane: Michael by a conspiracy he thinks he can unmask; Jim by something vague but terrible, inexorable, deadly, and having to do with bridges.

    Political agitators begin to drift into the area, led by the extreme-Left political theorist Mervyn Sloan and his two action men, Lou Barnes and Peter Grenville. When they convince Michael to call a Day of Action, the entire city comes to a standstill. Except for one small and insignificant site inadvertently overlooked by Murray's pickets: the school where Jim Nelson teaches.moreless
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    Welcome To Paradox

    Welcome To Paradox

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    Syfy (ended 1998)
    Welcome to Paradox is a provocative anthology series. All episodes are based on short stories by renowned science fiction writers and adapted for television screening. To create a common background for the separate stories, they are set in the futuristic city of Betaville (a nod to Jean-Luc Goddard's classic science fiction movie Alphaville). Each episode is introduced by a host character called Paradox.

    Betaville is an utopian city where crime, violence, disease and other problems of society no longer exist. But all this has a dark side: virtual reality is taking over real life, people are struggling to keep control over their near-perfect machines and their own humanity.moreless
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    The Magician's House

    The Magician's House

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    BBC (ended 2000)
    Three courageous children and a sometimes wise, sometimes wrongheaded magician come together to stop the destruction by the magician's rebel apprentice-400 years in the past!
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    Pit Pony

    Pit Pony

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    CBC (ended 2002)
    Welcome to the Pit Pony guide at TV.com. Pit Pony is the story of small-town life on the island of Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. It revolves around the lives of the families of the men and boys who work in the coal mines.moreless
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    Wasteland

    Wasteland

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    ABC (ended 1999)
    Welcome to the Wasteland guide at TV.com. "A Cocktail of "Friends", "Ally McBeal", and "Sex and the City."- Vanity Fair What is it that you really want out of life? Life has no master plan. Six twentysomething friends who went to college together are now living in New York trying to find themselves, through out the good and bad times. From Kevin Williamson, the creator of Scream and "Dawson's Creek" comes a new drama that defines the new age of your coming of age. One would say it is better than Dawson's Creek, because they are the right age to know what they are talking about. Just add a little dash of technology age around 1999, and "Wasteland" gives you one of the enjoyable/ 'guilty pleasure' shows of the 1999-2000 season. The series was also know as "wasteLAnd", which was suppose to feature them in L.A. (hence the title), but they ditched the idea of them in L.A., and made it New York City. READ THE GUIDE WITH CAUTION! Just to let you know that I think some of the notes might be offensive to people, so read with caution! I added notes from what I heard and what I read everywhere around 1999-2001 about the show. Wasteland went on hiatus, where it was suppose to return on December 1999, but was pulled off the schedule and cancelled. Come 2001, It was picked up by ShowNext, a subdivision of Showtime Networks. It ran COMMERCIAL FREE, regularly on Tuesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays. For a year durning it's run, ShowNext aired ALL episodes 5 times straight (see broadcast history below), before Shownext put it off their schedule. Opening Theme Song:
    "In Walks You" By Tim James
    ABC Broadcast History
    13 episodes, 10 episodes unaired (October 1999)
    Thursdays, 9:00 PM
    ShowNext Broadcast History:
    13 episodes (First Run: June 2001 - August 2001)
    (Second Run: September 2001 - November 2001)
    (Third Run: December 2001 - February 2002)
    (Fourth Run: March 2002 - May 2002)
    (Fifth Run: June 2002 - August 2002)
    (Sixth/Final Run: September 2002 - November 2002)
    Tuesdays 10 PM;
    Encore (of the following week) on Friday 12:00 AM and Saturday 9:00 PM OTHER SERIES INFORMATION: Also Known As:"wasteLAnd" (1999) (working title) Editor's Note: I do not take money of any kind for any copies for any episodes or other forums such as "I'm paying you for tapes, packaging, and shipping." IT IS A BIG N-O. Any emails asking me this, will not get replied, but deleted instead. I also don't do S.A.S.E or tape trading. Some interesting of Trivia about Wasteland (and "Mulholland Dr." the TV Pilot rejected by ABC and now a feature movie): "Wasteland" took on the 9 PM time slot of Thursday Nights on ABC. ABC Execs. choose "Wasteland" over David Lynch's "Mulholland Dr.", which was suppose to be his big return to TV, which he vows never to do again. Justin Theroux one of the stars of "Mulholland Dr." was originally suppose to be in "Wasteland" decided to go with "Mulholland Dr.". "Mulholland Dr." was supposed to go up against NBC's "Friends" (8 PM Time Slot), but ABC wanted a stupid twentysomething "Friends" clone show that America would "like." Other twentylike shows durning the 1999-2000 season was WB'S "D.C.", "Jack and Jill", NBC's "Cold Feet", and FOX's "Time of Your Life". "The motto of ABC that year was that they were going to go 'young.' They gave us these wonderful shows like Wasteland with Rebecca Gayheart and things like that. That was what they wanted – they had a whole spate of shows that were "dramedies," as they were calling them, about kids with their heads up their asses." - Justin Theroux, one of the stars of "Mulholland Dr.". (Quote from Justin Theroux's Wild Side Down, Mulholland Dr.) Life has no master plan

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    Two

    Two

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    CTV (ended 1997)
    Gus McClain is an average guy with a nice job and a hot wife, which was a great life. Little does he know that he has an identical twin brother, named Booth Hubbard. A brother, who will destroy everything that Gus has, and frames Gus for it.moreless
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    New Adam-12

    New Adam-12

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    (ended 1991)
    The New Adam-12 is a remake of the original series.

    Gus Grant (Peter Parros) and Matt Doyle (Ethan Wayne) were the uniformed L.A.P.D. officers on patrol in a squad car named "Adam 12." The series combined a mixture of serious crimes and trivial or amusing incidents on the streets of Los Angeles and also a running byplay between married Gus and single Matt about their off-duty lives. Sgt. Harry Santos (Miguel Fernandes - Season 1) and Sgt. Elizabeth Cruz (Alma Martinez - Season 2) were the watch commanders.

    The series only aired in New York and Los Angeles at the time of production, going into national syndication at the end of 1990.

    The series was filmed at Universal City Studios in Universal City, California with the support of the Los Angeles Police Department's Chief Daryl Gates and Commander Bill Booth.moreless
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    Three

    Three

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    The WB (ended 1998)
    Three is all about three con artists: Jonathon Vance (Edward Atterton), an expert jewel thief; Marcus Miller (Bumper Robinson), an expert computer hacker; and Amanda Webb (Julie Bowen), expert oh... specialist. These three are the best at what they do. They are all wanted on different charges and they are invited to meet with The Man (David Warner) and when they arrive they are informed that they are now working for The Organization. If they decide not to cooperate, they will be turned over to the mercies of the law. They are to work as a team and are at the beck and call of the Organization. Given the choice of their half freedom and imprisonment, they all decide to cooperate and work for The Man.moreless
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    See You Friday

    See You Friday

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    ITV (ended 1997)
    Greg and Lucy meet on the final night of their separate holidays in Greece. They want to see one another again, but he lives in Newcastle-upon-Tyne and she is based in London. Over the coming weeks, they attempt to maintain a long-distance romance, taking it in turns to travel every Friday. See You Friday was a Yorkshire Television production for the ITV network.moreless
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    Safe Harbor

    Safe Harbor

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    The WB (ended 1999)
    Sheriff John Loring is a widower who lives in a beach-side motel with his sons and his mother in the short-lived drama series.
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    Bramwell

    Bramwell

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    ITV (ended 1998)
    Bramwell is a drama series about a woman doctor in late-Victorian London, and her struggle to gain acceptance in a virtually all-male profession. It was the brainchild of Lucy Gannon (creator of Soldier Soldier and Peak Practice), together with Bramwell's producers, Harriet Davison and Tim Whitby.moreless