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    Wonderland

    Wonderland

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    ABC (ended 2000)
    "With millions packed into New York City, there is bound to be a lot getting into your head. Wonderland is a gripping, fast-paced drama about doctors who work in the psychiatric and emergency units at Rivervue Hospital. With personal lives as complex as their patients' minds, the doctors of Rivervue endure joys and sorrows that often mirror the triumphs and tragedies of the afflicted they strive to heal. In the realm of psychiatric medicine, this public, city hospital is the Mecca, and its doctors are among the world's best, brightest and toughest. Shot documentary style, this is television as life, with all of the ebbs and flows that go with it. "moreless
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    The Ten Commandments

    The Ten Commandments

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    ABC (Mini-Series 2006)
    ABC brings the story of Moses to the small screen with its two-night miniseries, The Ten Commandments. This visual spectacle tells the epic tale of Moses, who was inspired by God to lead the Hebrew people to freedom. Shot on location in Ouarzazate, Morocco, The Ten Commandments offers an authentic portrayal of 13th Century B.C. Egypt.moreless
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    MDs

    MDs

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    ABC (ended 2002)
    It's the hospital greens vs. the corporate grays when two iconoclastic doctors fight the HMO and hospital brass. Set in a fictional San Francisco hospital, Mission General, MDs highlights the lives and dedication of a few good doctors who find themselves battling a heartless health care system obsessed with the bottom line. Dr. Robert Dalgety (John Hannah) and Dr. Bruce Kellerman (William Fichtner) are two renegade surgeons ¡ª subversive, witty and irrepressible ¡ª working together in a mega-sized, mega-frugal, aging HMO. They buck the system any way they can, even admitting an uninsured woman as a corpse so they can do her surgery under the guise of performing an autopsy. Dr. Kellerman, is head of cardio-thoracic surgery; he knows the system and isn't afraid to play it to benefit his patients. The divorced Dr. Kellerman is in a custody dispute with his wife over their young son. The rogueish Dalgety is a war-trained trauma specialist who shares Kellerman's disdain for the system. Leslie Stefanson portrays the new administrator, Shelly Pangborn. She's confident and enthusiastic, but she's a former theme park manager ¡ª and gets sick at the sight of the sickly ¡ª so her struggle for respect is an uphill battle. Aunjanue Ellis portrays by-the-book attending physician Dr. Quinn Joyner, whom Kellerman secretly admires ¡ª and lusts after. Jane Lynch is Nurse "Doctor" Poole, an uptight nurse with a Ph. D. in management whose main concern is profit. Robert Joy portrays assistant administrator Frank Coones. He simultaneously sucks up to Pangborn, while distributing topless photos of her throughout the hospital. Michaela Conlin portrays sensitive, naive intern Dr. Maggie Yang. She becomes a natural, but nervous, ally of Kellerman and Dalgety. Created and written by Gary Tieche, who executive-produces along with Marc Platt and Rení—chevarria.moreless
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    The Evidence

    The Evidence

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    ABC (ended 2006)
    All the evidence of a crime is presented at the beginning of each episode in a videotaped evidence log. The story then goes back in time and shows each clue as the crime is committed. The Evidence stars Orlando Jones as Inspector Cayman Bishop, Rob Estes as Inspector Sean Cole, Martin Landau as Dr. Sol Goldman, and Anita Briem as Emily Stevens. Created and executive-produced by Sam Baum and Dustin Thomason, The Evidence is a John Wells Production in association with Warner Bros. Television. The show was cancelled during it's evaluation break after the first four episodes aired. If the other four produced episodes ever will air, isn't official yet. Broadcasting details: The first four episodes were aired on Wednesday 10pm, before the show went into a break where it got cancelled. The next four episodes aired on Saturday at 10pm.moreless
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    Push, Nevada

    Push, Nevada

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    ABC (ended 2002)
    A Federal agent travels to a small town in search of a missing $1 million (while the audience gets a chance to find - and win - the money first).
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    Miracle Workers

    Miracle Workers

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    ABC (ended 2006)
    The "Miracle Workers" are composed of an elite team of physicians who employ revolutionary new medical treatments and techniques. Each week the show follows a single patient as they receive treatment for a serious medical condition making what was once thought of as impossible to possible.moreless
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    Fast Cars and Superstars: The Gillette Young Guns Celebrity Race

    Fast Cars and Superstars: The Gillette Young Guns Celebrity Race

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    ABC (ended 2007)
    What happens when you take the biggest stars from the entertainment and sports world and combine them with the biggest names in NASCAR? You get one great reality tv show!

    Watch as NFL Hall of Fame Quarterback John Elway, Boston Legal Star William Shatner, Pro Skateboarder Tony Hawk, Singer Jewel and other stars put the pedal to the metal as they race to the finish line with the help of the Gillette Young Guns: Jimmy Johnson, Kurt Bush, Carl Edwards, Jamie McMurray and Ryan Newman.moreless
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    The Days

    The Days

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    ABC (ended 2004)
    Welcome to The Days guide at TV.com. The Days is a smart and true take on a modern American family with two ambitious parents and three strong-minded kids, as they grapple with sobering and often humorous change-of-life issues. Each episode of The Days chronicles a 24-hour period in the life of the family, as seen through the witty but cynical eyes of fifteen year-old son Cooper. Jack Day is the prototypical attorney -- except that he hates practicing law. His wife, Abby (Marguerite MacIntyre, The Shield), has recently reentered the workforce and been promoted to creative director of a major Philadelphia ad agency. Jack (David Newsom, Talk to Me) and Abby have three kids: Natalie (Laura Ramsey), a straight-A student, soccer star and prom queen, Cooper (Evan Peters, Sleepover), a sometimes dark and insightful teenager who takes the family's pulse on a daily basis from his edgy perspective, and Nathan (Zach Maurer), an nine-year-old genius who suffers panic attacks. The challenges the Days face as a family are at once unique and universal, among them -- the stress of job change or of jobs that never change; the uncomfortable newness of additions to family, and the equally uncomfortable sameness of family; the issues of true identity faced by kids racing towards adulthood, and on the other extreme of adults longing for childhood. Executive producers for the series are Mike Tollin, Brian Robbins, Joe Davola, Peter Tortorici, and John Scott Shepherd (Life or Something Like It), who also wrote and created it. The Days is from Mindshare North America and Tollin/Robbins Productions. Broadcast History on ABC July 2004 - August 2004 -Sundays at 10/9cmoreless
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    How to Get the Guy

    How to Get the Guy

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    ABC (ended 2006)
    How to Get the Guy is an hour-long romantic reality show following the lives of four young San Francisco women looking for love. Each woman meets one of these molds: The Dreamer, The Girl Next Door, The Party Girl and The Career Girl. The show comes from the producers of Queer Eye For The Straight Guy.moreless
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    One Ocean View

    One Ocean View

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    ABC (ended 2006)
    When the weekend hits this summer, eleven single, successful New Yorkers escape to Fire Island, in Manhattan, in search of love, laughter and friendship. In the tradition of MTV’s The Real World, this show chronicles their experiences at the beach house. The eleven house mates are Anelka, Heather, John, K.J., Lauren, Lisa, Mary, Miki, Radha, Usman, and Zack. They are all career-driven individuals with their share of issue and baggage, but they can manage to leave it all behind for 48 hours to enjoy themselves.moreless
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    That Was Then

    That Was Then

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    ABC (ended 2002)
    Travis Glass is about to turn 30 and his life couldn't be worse. He lives with his mother. He's a door salesman. And the longtime love of his life is married to his brother. His descent into loserdom dates back to a fateful and humiliating week in high school, and all Travis wants is a second chance to get it right. Be careful what you wish for … Travis wakes up the next morning, 16 again, with a chance to relive all of life's firsts. While tinkering with the past, he manages to save a life, jeopardize a marriage, and lose the most precious thing in his otherwise flawed future. Before he knows it, Travis is transported back to adulthood, about to turn 30 again, and his life couldn't be worse … Now, he'll have to keep hopping back and forth between high school and adulthood until he figures out how to put things right once and for all. But how do you put things right when every move you make can result in a new and totally unexpected future? (ABC Press Release)moreless
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    Lost at Home

    Lost at Home

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    ABC (ended 2003)
    AKA: Michael Jacobs' Untitled Pilot (USA) (working title) AKA: My Second Chance (USA) (working title) From Michael Jacobs comes a new family comedy Lost at Home. Michael Davis thinks he has it all - he's an ad agency superstar with a fancy title and ambition to spare. He's a great provider, and is proud of the restored farmhouse where his stay-at-home wife, Rachel and their three kids live in a beautiful country setting. But somewhere on the road to fame and fortune, and the endless workdays it took to get him there, Michael lost touch with his family. He gets a wake-up call when Rachel announces that he's allowed to love his work, just not more than his family. She's seen a lawyer - and unless he reconnects with his family, she's going to leave. Bright and beautiful, Rachel has tried her best to raise their kids virtually on her own. She tells Michael that he remembers the kids for who they used to be, not who they are now. He's in for a shock. The oldest, Will, is a popular high school football player whose morals are ruled by his hormones. Thirteen-year-old Sara doesn't fit in at school and has turned to an unlikely place for friendship - a huge older classman football player, Tucker, who gives her the sage attention and advice she misses from her dad. Seven-year-old Joshua is a little too perfect, trying too hard to be a wonderful student and obedient son. It's something Michael tries to take smug credit for, until Rachel tells him that the school counselor thinks Joshua's behavior is an attempt to win his absent father's attention. Michael wants to earn back the love of his wife and the trust of his kids, but he's a fish out of water in his own house. He's been away so long he doesn't even know how the kitchen appliances work. The winning strategies that have made him a success at work are surprisingly useless at home. But he's determined to try and win back his place in the family. His boss and best friend, charismatic ad agency owner Jordan King, reluctantly agrees to give him less work. Michael begins a heartfelt journey to be defined by his success as a family man, and not just a businessman. ---------------------- Company credits: Production Companies * Michael Jacobs Productions * NBC Studios * Touchstone Television Distributors * American Broadcasting Company (ABC) * Buena Vista International (2003-) (worldwide) (TV) Other Companies * Matchframe Video post-production facilities --------------------------- Release dates USA 9 April 2003 -------------------------- Directors: Andy Cadiff Mark Cendrowski Ken Whittingham Brian K. Roberts Writers Randi Barnes Mark Blutman Michael Jacobs Matthew Nelson David Sacks Barry Safchik Amy Welsh Tiffany Zehnal Original Music by Ray Colcord Cinematography by Andy Cadiff Donald A. Morgan James W. Roberson (director of photography) (as Jim Roberson) Film Editing by Marco Zappia Casting by Theodore S. Hann (as Ted Hann) Production Design by Michael G. Gallenberg Cabot McMullen Set Decoration by Joyce Anne Gilstrap Bill Mitchell Makeup Department Laurie Heaps .... hair stylist Lona Jeffers .... makeup artist Production Management Karen MacKain .... unit production manager Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Beth Dempsey .... second assistant director Steve Hoefer .... first assistant director Michael Shea .... second assistant director Art Department Brad Douglas .... set dresser David L. Glazer .... property master Karl J. Martin .... set designer Rod McFall .... assistant property master Sound Department John Bickelhaupt .... sound re-recording mixer Mike Clark .... production sound mixer (as Michael L. Clark) Tamara Johnson .... sound re-recording mixer Mandell Winter .... foley mixer (uncredited) Other crew Kathy Giangregorio .... script supervisor Derek Grover .... 24p digital imaging technician Pat Maloney .... camera operator Ericka N. Shane .... assistant accountant (pilot episode) Beth Soike .... casting assistant Tom Tcimpidis .... 24p production colorist Melissa Wylie .... production coordinator Julie Yang .... costume supervisor (as Julie Yang Silver) Tiffany Zehnal .... executive story editormoreless
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    The D.A.

    The D.A.

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    ABC (ended 2004)
    District Attorney David Franks (Steven Weber) is young, charismatic, ambitious – with his eyes fixed firmly on the governor's office. A relentless careerist, he times all his best moves to break on the evening news. By contrast, David's idealistic, relentless, no-holds-barred chief investigator, Mark Camacho (Bruno Campos), is a throwback who lives for the law and won't stop short of the truth. Colleagues one minute and opponents the next, David and Mark lead a group of remarkably true-to-life professionals – and deeply flawed personalities – in the pursuit of justice. The crimes they investigate and the suspects they break are headline-making career-builders. But self-interest, grudges, private vendettas and illicit affairs simmer just below the polished public face of this District Attorney's Office. Each week "The D.A." captures the tension, vigor and gritty in-fighting, as imperfect people struggle for perfect justice. "The D.A." stars Steven Weber ("Wings") as David Franks, Bruno Campos ("ER") as Mark Camacho, J.K. Simmons ("Oz") as Joe Carter, Sarah Paulson ("What Women Want") as Lisa Patterson and Aunjanue Ellis ("Undercover Brother") as Ellen Baker. James Duff ("Enterprise") is writer and executive producer. Greer Shephard ("Popular") and Michael M. Robin ("Popular"), who also directs, are executive producers of the series. Former Los Angeles District Attorney Gil Garcetti serves as a consultant on the show, which is a production of The Shephard/Robin Company in association with Warner Bros. Television Production Inc. Former L.A. district attorney Gil Garcetti also serves as consultant on the series, which ABC plans to air as a four-hour "event" in the spring. ABC Broadcast History March 2004 - April 2004 -- Fridays 10:00 PMmoreless
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    thirtysomething

    thirtysomething

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    ABC (ended 1991)
    When thirtysomething debuted in 1987 it was attacked by some critics as being a self-indulgent examination of the minutiae of yuppie life. Before the first season was over, some of those same critics were covering their tracks by calling it "the most improved show on television." Producers Ed Zwick and Marshall Herskovitz had teamed up before on Family and would go on to create My So-Called Life, Relativity and Once and Again. Often using feature-film techniques, their brand of what could be called "reality" television tackled not only the small subjects, but the big ones too, all the way from life to death, as they followed their characters on the road from the idealism of youth to the search for security and responsibility as they glided toward middle age. And it was even funny sometimes. After its network run came to an end in 1991, thirtysomething became a staple rerun on many other networks.moreless
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    S.W.A.T.

    S.W.A.T.

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    ABC (ended 1976)
    The show starring Steve Forrest was a spinoff of The Rookies. The show produced 39 episodes, 2 of which were really episodes of The Rookies that served as the pilot. The show ran from February 1975 until April 1976. Also starring was Robert Urich (who went onto star in Soap in September 1977), and Mark Shera. Thanks to hit programs like Adam-12, the cop show rose to a new level of prominence during the 1970's. There were several badge-flashing action dramas over the course of the decade, but perhaps none as interesting (or controversial) as S.W.A.T., a program inspired by the real-life crime-control units that rose to prominence in the U.S. after the civil disturbances of the late 1960's. Although its brutal level of action ensured that it had short life on television, S.W.A.T. became an impressive success during its short run and continues to be a cult favorite today. S.W.A.T. is an acronym for the 'Special Weapons And Tactics' unit, which was an elite five-man team of police officers who dealt with situations that were too dangerous for the police force to handle. Each had a specific job: Lt. Harrelson called the shots as the group's commanding officer, Sgt. Kay was the group's scout and Officer McCabe was the resident marksman. Each was also a Vietnam veteran, so they all adopted a military style (navy-blue fatigues) and used a combat mentality to deal with the problems they faced. During the show's run, the S.W.A.T. team had no shortage of psychos and crazies to deal with-everything from snipers to Satanists to scuba-diving jewel thieves. S.W.A.T. also had to deal with being the direct targets of these bad guys-Street dated a woman whose last few boyfriends were killed by a sniper in "The Bravo Enigma," and a family of criminals targeted the entire S.W.A.T. team for extinction in "Kill S.W.A.T." No matter who was plotting to kill whom, you could count on plenty of mayhem each week as the S.W.A.T. rolled from destination to destination in their specially-equipped van to dispense justice the hard way. S.W.A.T.'s combination of cool cops and brutal action made it a popular choice when it hit the airwaves in 1975. The show even produced a radio hit when its orchestral-funk theme song, performed by Rhythm Heritage, became a Top-10 smash on pop radio. Everyone loved the show except the critics. Media pundits regularly attacked the show for its high level of violence, the "shoot first, ask questions later" mentality of the heroes, and the fact that its heroes often dealt out more violence than the foes they were dealing with. The controversial but popular show enjoyed a two-season run before quietly disappearing from the television schedule in the summer of 1976. Today, S.W.A.T. periodically pops up in reruns and garners an enthusiastic response from the former kids who grew up on its tales of urban-guerrilla warfare. The show was even remade as an action epic for the movie theaters starring Samuel L. Jackson and Colin Farrell. Whether the remake was a success or not, one thing is certain: S.W.A.T. has earned its place in television history as one of the most memorably intense cop shows of all time. (Extra info courtesy of YesterdayLand)moreless
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    Star Search

    Star Search

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    This American Idol prerunner talent competition is set to be resurrected. It is set to air on ABC.
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    Twin Peaks

    Twin Peaks

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    ABC (ended 1991)
    "She's dead. Wrapped in plastic." Date: Friday, February 24, 1989: Homecoming Queen Laura Palmer is found dead, washed up on a riverbank, wrapped in plastic sheeting. FBI Special Agent Dale Cooper is called in to investigate the murder of this young woman in the small, Northwestern town of Twin Peaks. What he doesn't know is that in Twin Peaks, no one is innocent.

    Twin Peaks was created by TV veteran Mark Frost (Hill Street Blues) and edgy filmmaker David Lynch, Academy Award nominated director of The Elephant Man, Blue Velvet and Mulholland Dr. It aired on ABC from 1990 - 1991. The series, with a few exceptions, followed the interesting convention that one episode equaled one day in the town of Twin Peaks. This means that after 30 episodes, the series covers just slightly more than one month.

    After Twin Peaks was canceled by ABC, David Lynch went on to make the prequel film, Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me, the story of the last seven days of Laura Palmer.moreless
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    MacGyver

    MacGyver

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    ABC (ended 1992)
    MacGyver is a different kind of hero: he doesn't use weapons, he's afraid of heights, and he's an expert at making complicated machines out of ordinary things quickly. He works in the employ of The Phoenix Foundation, a think tank dedicated to improving mankind. Pete Thornton gave MacGyver his assignments, occasionally getting involved himself or lending Foundation resources for MacGyver's various personal endeavors. Another sometimes accomplice was Jack Dalton, a long-time friend with a penchant for getting himself into trouble and relying on MacGyver for helping him out of it. MacGyver also had an archenemy, Murdoc, who sought to kill MacGyver many times, often through the use of ruses and elaborate traps. MacGyver's first name was a secret until the final season, when we learned just why he chose not to use it. MacGyver was produced by Henry Winkler/John Rich productions in association with Paramount Television.moreless
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    The Love Boat

    The Love Boat

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    ABC (ended 1986)
    This lighthearted anthology series came from the mind of successful producer Aaron Spelling. A new set of passengers would work through their problems with love every week aboard the Pacific Princess, which would make its way south from California to Mexico and back. The crew of the ship was led by Captain Merrill Stubing. Regular crew members included ship's doctor Adam "Doc" Bricker, purser Burl "Gopher" Smith, chief bartender Isaac Washington and cruise director Julie McCoy. In the second season, the captain's young daughter, Vicki, became a permanent passenger and an unofficial crew member. After the seventh season, Lauren Tewes was dismissed from her role as Julie McCoy because of substance abuse problems. Julie's responsibilities were shifted to new characters Judy McCoy (Julie's sister) and Ace Evans. Also brought onboard were a group of dancers for the ship's club, the Love Boat Mermaids, which included a young Teri Hatcher (Lois & Clark, Desperate Housewives). In 1978 and from 1980 to 1984, The Love Boat ran on Saturday nights along with Fantasy Island, a similar Aaron Spelling anthology. Originally shown at 10 in its first season, it moved to the 9 p.m. time slot for the majority of its run before returning to 10 p.m. for its final season after the cancellation of Fantasy Island. Nielsen Ranking: #14 in the 1977-1978 Season #17 in the 1978-1979 Season #24 in the 1979-1980 Season #5 in the 1980-1981 Season #14 in the 1981-1982 Season #9 in the 1982-1983 Season #17 in the 1983-1984 Season #56 in the 1985-1986 Season The memorable theme song was ranked the #32 greatest TV theme by TV Land in 2002.moreless
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