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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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    The Roaring 20's

    The Roaring 20's

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    ABC (ended 1962)
    The Roaring Twenties was an attempt by ABC to strike gold a second time after the success of The Untouchables on the network. It featured a Prohibition Era setting and concerned the adventures of two newspaper reporters, Pat Garrison and Scott Norris, in ferreting out various kinds of corruption that existed during that period. Pat and Scott were aided by nightclub singer Pinky Pinkham, copy boy Chris Higbee, and various others. Rex Reason, who played Scott Norris, departed the series after its first season and was replaced by John Dehner as Jim "Duke" Williams. Dorothy Provine, who played Pinky Pinkham, was well-received by the critics for her singing and acting in this series but it was all for naught. The Roaring 20's aired in a suicidal timeslot on Saturday nights opposite Perry Mason on CBS and Bonanza on NBC. This less than desirable timeslot led to the show's cancellation after 45 filmed episodes and a year and a half on the air.moreless
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    Oprah's Big Give

    Oprah's Big Give

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    ABC (ended 2008)
    Millions of dollars will be spent as the contestants thrive to find the best way to give back to people while facing twists each week to test their will power and wits. The stakes will raise as the show goes on until finally one person is crowned "The Biggest Giver," in this new heartwarming reality series from Oprah's Harpo Productions.moreless
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    Line of Fire

    Line of Fire

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    ABC (ended 2004)
    Strap on your weapon and try to survive another day on the streets. It's the same on both sides of the law. If you want to make it to the top, you've got to learn the ropes, outwit the competition and take down your enemies. Welcome to the war between the FBI and organized crime. One side enforces the law as the other breaks it, but brains, brawn and intimidation are often the tools of both trades. The Richmond-based Malloy Crime Syndicate is run by Jonah Malloy, a charismatic but dangerous father figure. The Richmond FBI branch has its own dynamic leader in Special Agent-In-Charge Lisa Cohen. Like any business, they must justify operations and produce results while wrangling lieutenants who are as flawed as they are hard-working. These titanic organizations work side-by-side, completely aware of each other, but are unable and often unwilling to completely destroy the enemy that stands in their way.

    Line of Fire stars Leslie Hope (24) as FBI agent Lisa Cohen and Oscar-nominee David Paymer (The Commish) as crime boss Jonah Malloy. Jeffrey D. Sams (Wasteland) will play the role of Todd Stevens, as an FBI agent. The show was simulcast in HDTV.

    This fast-paced drama is a gritty look at two very dangerous and different worlds that viewers have only imagined. ========================== First Telecast: December 02, 2003 Last Telecast: May 30, 2004 Episodes: 11 Aired, 2 Unaired ======================= Also Known As: Lines of Duty (USA) (working title) Runtime: USA:60 min (13 episodes) Country: USA ====================== Company credits

    Production Companies * DreamWorks Television * Touchstone Television * Battleplan Productions

    Distributors * American Broadcasting Company (ABC) * Buena Vista Television (2004) (worldwide) (TV)

    Other Companies * Encore Hollywood high definition post-production * Inter Video computer and video playback * MICDI Productions Inc. music editing * Technicolor Sound Services sound effects editing * Westwind Media sound post-production ======================== Awards

    Emmy Awards 2004 -- Nominated -- Outstanding Music Composition for a Series (Dramatic Underscore) -- Larry Groupé (composer) [For episode "Eminence Front"] Satellite Awards 2004 -- Nominated -- Best Performance by an Actor in a Series, Drama -- David Paymer =========================== Series TRIVIA: * Leslie Bibb attended high school in Richmond, Virginia - the setting for this series. * _Shadowhunters (2004)_ was filmed simultaneously in the same Richmond, Virginia hospital as some episodes of this series. * Jerry Goldsmith was asked to write the main theme for this series but because of illness (cancer) he did not do it * 13 Episodes were made but only 11 were aired. =========================== Release dates USA -- 2 December 2003 UK -- 10 August 2004 Italy -- 7 September 2004 Brazil -- 15 September 2004 Iceland -- 3 January 2005 Sweden -- 23 May 2005 France -- 30 June 2005 Israel -- 27 May 2007 ========================= Filming Locations Los Angeles, California, USA Richmond, Virginia, USA The Fan, Richmond, Virginia, USA ========================== CREW:

    Original Music by Jon Ernst (additional music) Larry Groupé (theme) Cinematography by Christopher Faloona Adam Kane Film Editing by Sarah Boyd Joanna Cappuccilli (as Joanna C. Lovetti) Harry B. Miller III Christopher Nelson Casting by Steve Brooksbank Mary Jo Slater Production Design by Michael Novotny Eloise Crane Stammerjohn (as Eloise Stammerjohn) Sandy Veneziano (pilot episode) Set Decoration by Cindy Coburn (2003-2004) (as Cindy Coburn-Roth) Carol Bayne Kelley (2004) Dane Moore (pilot episode) Amy Vuckovich (Los Angeles) Costume Design by Linda M. Bass (2004) (as Linda Bass) Enid Harris Ha Nguyen (pilot episode) Makeup Department John R. Bayless .... makeup artist (pilot episode) (as John Bayless) Judith H. Bickerton .... hair stylist (pilot episode) (as Judith Bickerton) Jody Burton .... hair day player Steve LaPorte .... makeup artist Mark Landon .... additional makeup artist Susan Mills .... hair department head Rick Pour .... makeup artist (episodes 111-112) Peggy Semtob .... assistant hair stylist (2004) (as Peggy Paloma Semtob) Rick Stratton .... makeup artist: tattoos Peggy Teague .... makeup artist (2003) Production Management Mel Efros .... unit production manager (pilot episode) Jean Higgins .... unit production manager Joanie L. Woehler .... post-production supervisor Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Matthew J. Clark .... first assistant director (as Matthew Clark) Lisa Chu Dietze .... DGA trainee Jim Goldthwait .... first assistant director (2004) Jim Goldthwait .... second assistant director (2003-2004) Franklyn Gottbetter .... first assistant director: second unit Jeani Harris .... second second assistant director Heather Kritzer .... second assistant director (2004) Heather Kritzer .... second second assistant director Mike Naylor .... DGA trainee Richard Peter Schroer .... first assistant director W. Thomas Snyder .... second assistant director (pilot episode) (as Tom Snyder) Craig West .... first assistant director (2004) Art Department Armando Bareño II .... art department production assistant Armando Bareño II .... graphic artist Richard Blankenship .... construction coordinator Jay Jergensen .... construction coordinator Jeff Juberget .... props Kristina Kilpe .... on-set dresser Andrea Levine .... property master (pilot episode) Scott Morgan .... art department assistant Fleur Nooyen .... set buyer Mike Raybould .... on-set dresser: Virginia Mike Sexton .... property master Eloise Crane Stammerjohn .... assistant art director Eloise Crane Stammerjohn .... designer Sound Department Adam Blantz .... boom operator Josh Bower .... sound utility David S. DiPietro .... adr recordist David Diamond .... boom operator Paul Drenning .... adr mixer Stephen Fitzmaurice .... sound re-recording mixer Brian Harman .... sound re-recording mixer (pilot episode) Kurt Kassulke .... sound re-recording mixer Thomas Kearney .... dialogue editor Mark Lanza .... sound effects editor Tom Maydeck .... sound re-recording mixer (pilot episode) Marla McGuire .... supervising sound editor Jay Meagher .... production sound mixer Stacey Michaels .... adr mixer Stacey Michaels .... foley mixer Timothy Pearson .... foley artist Vic Radulich .... dialog editor Carl Rudisill .... sound mixer (pilot episode) (as Carl Rudisel) Carl Rudisill .... sound mixer Ken Strain .... boom operator Stephen Tibbo .... sound mixer (as Stephen A. Tibbo) Noel Vought .... foley artist David John West .... sound re-recording mixer (pilot episode) (as Dave West) Special Effects by Ray Bivins .... special effects coordinator (pilot episode) Gary D'Amico .... special effects coordinator Chris Jones .... special effects technician Stunts Blaise Corrigan .... stunt coordinator Jeffrey Lee Gibson .... stunts Mike Justus .... stunt coordinator Shawnna Thibodeau .... stunt double Tim Trella .... stunt coordinator Other crew Alicia Accardo .... script supervisor (2003) Alana Ackley .... costumer Dennis 'Dink' Adams .... key grip (2004) Tamara Allen .... production coordinator Michael Avallon .... generator operater Lori Ayala-Read .... costume supervisor (pilot episode) (as Lori Read) John W. Barbee .... transportation coordinator (as John Barbee) Armando Bareño II .... office production assistant Armando Bareño II .... post-production assistant Armando Bareño II .... production assistant Monica Barrios-Smith .... second assistant camera Gary C. Beaird .... key grip (as Gary C. Beaird Sr.) Dawn Blacksten .... location manager (pilot episode) Chris Braun .... assistant editor Faye Brenner .... script supervisor (pilot episode) Chris Bustard .... extras casting Steve Cainas .... production coordinator Bruce Callahan .... driver Jim Carberry .... location manager (2004) Michael Chambliss .... power pod technician/operator Jon Cohoe .... key production accountant Robin Cousart .... key production accountant Robert J. Dietze II .... production assistant Katherine Dorrer .... location manager: Washington D.C. Lenny Duge .... post-production duplication Kent Eanes .... still photographer Kevin J. Edelman .... music supervisor (as Kevin Edelman) Sonny P. Filippini .... script supervisor (as Sonny Filippini) John-Anthony Gargiulo .... electrician (pilot episode) Alan Gitlin .... first assistant camera: "a" camera Andrew Givens .... production assistant Nathaniel Goodman .... camera operator: "a" camera David Shane Guild .... electrician (pilot episode) Kenny Hanson .... production assistant Matthew Haskins .... second assistant camera: "a" camera Matt Heath .... additional assistant camera David Honaker .... production secretary Gary Jackson .... driver Richard Jacobson .... grip David Jarrell .... chief lighting technician David Joseph .... driver: production van Gail Just .... costume supervisor (2004) Lawrence Karman .... camera operator Lawrence Karman .... steadicam operator Jay Kemp .... gaffer (pilot episode) Tiffany Noel Kinder .... key assistant location manager Rowland Kirks .... location manager (as Rowland F. Kirks) Ove Langevei .... production assistant Rick Lawrence .... grip Alex Leach .... location manager (2004) Sharon Liggins .... publicist (2003) John Long .... production assistant Jennifer Lowe .... key first assistant accountant (one season) Bill Lynch .... post-production assistant Liz Marks .... casting: Virginia Chad McQuay .... payroll accountant David Meyers .... key grip (2004) (as David Myers) Greg Morris .... first assistant camera Bob Newcomb .... camera operator: "b" camera Tony Olivieri .... first assistant camera: "a" camera Morten Petersen .... rigging chief lighting technician Patrick Tendai Pfupajena .... production assistant Tina Allen Pleasants .... accounting clerk Tina Allen Pleasants .... production assistant Jennifer Pulver .... assistant editor Vince Rimoldi .... casting assistant Jane Sakowski .... set production assistant Christian Satrizemis .... assistant camera Dana Schisler .... driver Traceigh Scottel .... assistant production office coordinator Angel M. Sepulveda .... video assist operator Brad Shoemaker .... location foreman Andy Shuttleworth .... camera operator Stephanie Siemens .... costume supervisor S. Benny Smyth .... electrician (pilot episode) Robert Spencer .... best boy electric (pilot episode) Hektor Stockton .... rigging electrician Henry Tirl .... camera operator: "b" camera (pilot episode) Henry Tirl .... steadicam operator (pilot episode) John Villacorta .... casting associate Keith Zobel .... production coordinator (pilot episode) Amelia Zontini .... set costumer (pilot episode) Andrew Gowan .... music coordinator (uncredited) Warner Loughlin .... acting coach (uncredited)moreless
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    Hothouse

    Hothouse

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    ABC (ended 1988)
    Hothouse was an hour-long drama set in a Boston area family-run psychiatric clinic. The father ran the business with his daughter. The son also worked at the office as the business manager.moreless
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    Thieves

    Thieves

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    ABC (ended 2001)
    Johnny and Rita are a pair of Thieves who are caught by the FBI. To gain their freedom they agree to work for the government to recover "missing" goods. The show aired on ABC and was simulcast in HDTV.moreless
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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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    Equal Justice

    Equal Justice

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    ABC (ended 1991)
    Welcome to the Equal Justice guide at TV.com.
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    The Felony Squad

    The Felony Squad

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    ABC (ended 1969)
    Felony Squad was filmed in Los Angeles and dealt with two detectives, the older hardened pro and the young up and coming rookie. Their commanding officer Captain Nye sent Det. Sgts. Stone and Briggs out on the streets to solve crime.moreless
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    The Next Best Thing

    The Next Best Thing

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    ABC (ended 2007)
    The Next Best Thing: Who is the Greatest Celebrity Impersonator is a non-scripted comedy that follows the cross-country search for America's best celebrity impersonator. It is set to premiere on Wednesday May 30, 2007 at 8:00.moreless
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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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    Snoops

    Snoops

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    ABC (ended 1999)
    Welcome to the Snoops guide at TV.com Savvy and seductive private detective Glenn Hall (Gina Gershon) doesn't let the Bill of Rights bog her down. Investigators working for her agency must be willing to treat the Constitution as nothing more than a flashing yellow light on the road to truth, justice or a big retainer. Manny Lott (Danny Nucci) is a whiz with a mini-cam and a mini-mic and loves a woman in a mini-skirt. But he also carries a mini-tranquilizer gun and will likely shoot you if you annoy him. Roberta Young (Paula Jai Parker) is prone to brazen deeds like stealing a deadbeat dad's toupee and holding it in "escrow" until dad forks over the child support. Glenn's newest recruit is former police detective Dana Plant (Paula Marshall). By-the-book and straightforward in approach, Dana seems an odd choice, like water to Glenn's oil. But Dana's conservative nature belies her brilliance as a sleuth, and Glenn can tell that Dana is secretly thrilled with the opportunity to "color outside the lines" for the first time in her life. Conflicts and quirks aside, the private dicks of Glenn Hall, Inc. will make sure that no one gets away with murder in the city of angels. David E. Kelley, the Emmy, Peabody and Golden Globe Award-winning creator and executive producer of "The Practice," "Ally McBeal," "Chicago Hope" and "Picket Fences," takes a fun look at a sexy ensemble of unconventional private investigators in Los Angeles.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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    Hooperman

    Hooperman

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    ABC (ended 1989)
    Free-wheeling San Francisco cop Harry Hooperman inherits a run down apartment building, and the building owner's mean, hateful and just plain annoying dog Bijoux. Not having the time to maintain the building and tend to his police work, Hooperman hires feisty aspiring writer Susan Smith as his superintendent/maintenance person. He and Smith soon begin a relationship, and the series chronicles the ups and downs of the relationship, along with Hooperman's efforts as a policeman.moreless
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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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    Under Cover

    Under Cover

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    ABC (ended 1991)
    Show about a husband-and-wife team of spies working for the National Intelligence Agency. The stories revolved around Dylan and Kate and their personal lives in addition to their intelligence activities. The show was too realistic for it's own good featuring an Iraqi invasion of Kuwait just before it actually happened.moreless
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