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    The Hunter (1952)

    The Hunter (1952)

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    CBS (ended 1954)
    Bart "The Hunter" Adams is an American cold war spy. The hunter traveled behind the iron curtain to find information and protect the United States.
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    Courthouse

    Courthouse

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    CBS (ended 1995)
    Courthouse is a serial drama about the lives of the workers at a big-city courthouse, including the judges, the prosecutors and public defenders, and the support staff.
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    Storefront Lawyers

    Storefront Lawyers

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    CBS (ended 1971)
    Storefront Lawyers followed the career of high level attorney David Hansen who becomes disillusioned with his Los Angeles law practice and starts an on-the-street legal advice company called Neighborhood Legal Services. After 13 episodes, the show's name was changed to Men At Law and it's format changed, with Hansen and the others from the non-profit going back to work for the super law firm he had left.moreless
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    South of Sunset

    South of Sunset

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    CBS (ended 1993)
    This very short CBS series features a LA private eye, Cody McMahon, who struggles to make money from his cases and will do anything to solve his cases. He is teamed up with a wise guy, Ziggy Duane, and a lovely actress hopeful, Gina Weston as Cody's secretary. Unfortunately, this show went against a stiff competition, Home Improvement, and was cut by CBS after airing only 1 episode. Most of the un-aired episodes were aired once on VH-1.moreless
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    2000 Malibu Road

    2000 Malibu Road

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    CBS (ended 1992)
    This short lived but popular night time soap dealt with four roommates sharing a beach house in exclusive Malibu, California. Jade O'Keffe owned the house. She was a high priced prostitute who wanted to leave the business. In order to do that she took in roommates to help her pay for the house. Into the fold came Perry Quinn, a criminal lawyer and sisters Joy and Lindsay Rule. Lindsay had aspirations of being an actress and Joy acted as her manager/agent. The series only ran for four weeks but combined six episodes into the short run. Storylines revolved around Jade's sordid past which came to light when she was arrested for murder. Her rich mother Camilla came to town, along with her stepfather Porter. Jade began an affair with the detective originally investigating her. A plot to kill Jade by her abusive stepfather was revealed. Meanwhile, Perry was working doubly hard trying to prove Jade's innocence while also helping old friend Roger who was accused of rape. In the weeks that followed, it was revealed that Roger really was the rapist and in a dramatic ending scene was about to attack Perry. Lindsay was falling in love with Eric Adler, an attractive Production Assistant whose parents were in the movie business. Her sister Joy hated the fact that Lindsay wasn't using her advisement and continually cut her out of business deals. Joy continued to manipulate and use Lindsay to keep herself in the fold. The show was immensely popular during its run, beginning and ending at #2 in the Nielson ratings. However, television politics as they are seem to be the reason the show got the axe so quickly. =================== Production Companies * Aaron Spelling Productions Inc ==================== Release dates: USA -- 23 August 1992 Germany -- 15 January 1994 ==================== Filming Locations: *Malibu, California, US ==================== Runtime: 60 min (6 episodes) Country: USA Language: English Color: Color ======================== CREW: Directed by Joel Schumacher Writing credits (in alphabetical order) Terry Louise Fisher creator Produced by Darren Frankel .... producer Aaron Spelling .... executive producer E. Duke Vincent .... executive producer Original Music by James Newton Howard (theme) Cinematography by Roy H. Wagner Film Editing by Howard Heard Barbara Pokras Casting by Vicki Huff Production Design by John T. Walker Costume Design by Marlene Stewart Art Department Mychael Bates .... property master Sound Department Larry Benjamin .... sound re-recording mixer Jason England .... assistant dialogue editor Phillip W. Palmer .... sound utility Other crew Dale Alexander .... key grip David A. Armstrong .... assistant camera Bundy Chanock .... set medic Lisa Gooding .... assistant production coordinator Michael J. Kase .... assistant: Joel Schumacher Edward Mazurek .... assistant location manager (1992)moreless
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    Kaz

    Kaz

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    CBS (ended 1979)
    Ron Leibman starred in the title role of a former criminal of gets his law degree while serving time in prison. Upon his release, "Kaz" seeks employment with one of the most prestigious law firms in town, and that elusive first case. Leibman, who was the show's co-creator, won an Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Dramatic Series after the show was canceled.moreless
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    Kate Brasher

    Kate Brasher

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    CBS (ended 2001)
    A single Santa Monica mom tries to raise two teens while working at a community advocacy center.
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    Mama Malone

    Mama Malone

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    CBS (ended 1984)
    Welcome to the Mama Malone guide at TV.com.

    A widow of an Irishman, Mama Malone broadcasts an offbeat TV cooking show from her own Brooklyn apartment kitchen.
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    Rafferty

    Rafferty

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    CBS (ended 1977)
    Patrick McGoohan (Secret Agent, The Prisoner) returned to series television with "Rafferty", after two memorable guest star performances on "Columbo". McGoohan played a retired army doctor who is adjusting to civilian life. Dr. Sid Rafferty was cantankerous, independent, idiosyncratic and a brilliant diagnostician. Rafferty was a precursor to House, and McGoohan would have been a blast as Dr. House. The producer of the show was talented Jerry Thorpe (Kung Fu, Harry O, The Lazarus Syndrome, Our House). Thorpe always picked strong, somewhat atypical series leads. Thorpe was one of the best series drama producers of the 1970's. McGoohan was superb as Rafferty, although it was a little startling how much he had aged since "The Prisoner". But he was still an extremely attractive middle-aged man, sort of reminiscent of David Janssen. McGoohan directed one episode of "Rafferty", but he wasn't a producer as he was on "The Prisoner". McGoohan was never happy with the quality of "Rafferty", and he never did another series. But "Rafferty" was a fine effort, nothing to be ashamed of. John Getz played Dr. Rafferty's young associate, but was later replaced by talented Michael C. Gwynne.moreless
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    CSI: Cyber

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    CBS
    Special Agent Avery Ryan is in charge at the Cyber Crime Division of the FBI in Quantico, VA. She is tasked with solving major crimes that start in the human mind, live online, and play out into the real world.

    Inspired by the advanced technological work of real-life Cyber Psychologist Mary Aiken. Special Agent Avery Ryan is in charge of the Cyber Crime Division of the FBI, a unit dedicated to and at the forefront of solving illegal activities that start in the mind, live online, and play out in the real world. She knows how and why today’s technology allows people to hide and commit crimes of global proportion in the dark shadows and corners of the Internet. While other agents search for criminals in tradition ways and places, She searches the “dark net,” a place where criminals are anonymous, money is untraceable, and, everything is for sale with just a keystroke.moreless
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    My Big Fat Greek Life

    My Big Fat Greek Life

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    CBS (ended 2003)
    Nia Portokalos is a newly-married modern woman caught in an old-fashioned world. From an early age, Nia was mortified by her family's patriotic, exaggerated ways. But when she falls in love and marries a non-Greek teacher, Thomas Miller, her family eventually learns to accept him and Nia learns to accept her family's meddlesome ways. Nia and Thomas return from their honeymoon to begin their new life together and find that it will include her overzealous extended family. The family includes Nia's father Gus, an opinionated man who owns a Greek restaurant called Dancing Zorba's; her mother Maria, the consummate worrier; her overly-protective brother Nick, a typically macho Greek man who works alongside his family as a cook at their restaurant; her Aunt Voula, a vivacious woman always full of advice, and her big-haired, big-mouthed cousin Nikki.moreless
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    The Reporter

    The Reporter

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    CBS (ended 1964)
    The Reporter was a short-lived hard hitting dramatic series about two employees of the New York Globe newspaper: reporter Danny Taylor and editor Lou Sheldon. Artie Burns was Danny's friend, and Ike Dawson was their favorite bartender.moreless
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    The Boys of Twilight

    The Boys of Twilight

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    CBS (ended 1992)
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    NCIS: New Orleans

    NCIS: New Orleans

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    CBS
    NCIS: New Orleans is a television drama created by Gary Glasberg about the local field office charged with investigating criminal cases affecting military personnel in The Big Easy. The NCIS team consists of Special Agent Dwayne Pride (Scott Bakula), Special Agent Christopher LaSalle (Lucas Black), Special Agent Meredith “Merri” Brody (Zoe McLellan), coroner Dr. Loretta Wade (CCH Pounder) and Forensic Scientist Sebastian Lund (Rob Kerkovich). Executive producers are Gary Glasberg, Mark Harmon, Jeffrey Lieber and James Hayman.moreless
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    Viva Laughlin

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    CBS (ended 2007)
    Viva Laughlin is a re-make of the Golden Globe nominated mini-series Viva Blackpool. The story is about an ambitious small entrepreneur Ripley Holden (Lloyd Owen), who dreams of opening up a casino in Laughlin, Nevada. Meanwhile, he is having marital problems and is struggling to keep his family together. The show has been produced by BBC Worldwide, CBS Paramount Network Television, Seed Productions and Sony Television.moreless
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    Cutter to Houston

    Cutter to Houston

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    CBS (ended 1983)
    Despite young stars like Shelly Hack, Jim Metzler and Alec Baldwin, Cutter to Houston only survived for three short months on CBS. The show was based upon a medical clinic in the town on Cutter, Texas 60 miles from Houston. The three doctors were serving the small Texas town's clinic for very different reasons. Ms. Hack (Dr. Beth Gilbert) was serving an apprenticeship while Alec Baldwin (Dr. Hal Wexler) was busy serving a probation brought on by charges of writing illegal prescriptions. Jim Metzler played the young surgeon Dr. Andy Fenton.moreless
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    Riker

    Riker

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    CBS (ended 1981)
    Frank Riker takes a job for the Attorney General's office, posing as a former cop.
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    Downtown (1986)

    Downtown (1986)

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    CBS (ended 1986)
    John Foley, formerly a hard-nosed cop who stepped out of one one-too-many times, is made a probation officer for four parolees. His charges are a smart-mouthed runaway, a karate expert looking for a fight, a strange man who's only happy impersonating others, and an older socialite, Harriet Conover, who's a swindler. The group lives in Harriet's run-down mansion and their responsibilities include getting jobs and fixing up the place.moreless
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    Angel Street

    Angel Street

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    CBS (ended 1992)
    Angel Street is a show about a group of detectives.
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    Over My Dead Body

    Over My Dead Body

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    CBS (ended 1990)
    Over My Dead Body was a 'made for tv' movie followed by a short lived mystery/crime drama television series of the same name. Every episode consisted of at least one 'dead body'; a bumbling, yet unstoppable investigative duo; a slew of recognizable guest stars; and lots of sarcastic & sassy humor.moreless
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