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    The Public Defender

    The Public Defender

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    CBS (ended 1955)
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    Sons of Thunder

    Sons of Thunder

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    CBS (ended 1999)
    Although it only lasted for six episodes, Sons of Thunder, a spinoff of Walker,Texas Ranger, generated quite a following.The series followed the adventures of two young private detectives in the city of Dallas.The characters of Trent and Carlos were originally introduced in a special two hour episode of Walker,Texas Ranger in 1997.In that episode martial arts instructor Trent Malloy leaves the army and returns home to help his mother raise his younger siblings.He soon teams up with a childhood friend, Dallas police officer Carlos Sandoval to catch a killer.The characters were seen in numerous episodes of Walker during the next two seasons as Trent opens Thunder Karate and a protection agency.And Carlos becomes a detective on the force.Finally in 1999 they were given their own series.In the pilot Carlos leaves DPD and joins Trent as they open a detective agency.The two rent space above a club owned by ex-prize fighter Butch McMann.Butch, a kind hearted soul who was once a P.I himself,is always ready to help out. The cast was rounded out with the addition of feisty office manager Kim Sutter.Sons of Thunder,like Walker was filmed entirely on location in Dallas,Texas and produced by Walker star Chuck Norris and his brother Aaron.Chuck along with costars Sheree J. Wilson and Clarence Gilyard Jr. made occasional guest appearances on the series.
    Lyrics for Sons of Thunder Well, you'll find the Sons of Thunder; underneath the Texas skies. And the spirit that was Thunder, is shining in their eyes. I hear Thunder! Calling as it rolls. They're quick as Texas lightning. They've got Thunder in their souls, Thunder in their souls. I hear Thunder!
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    Cade's County

    Cade's County

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    CBS (ended 1972)
    Cade's County was about Sam Cade, the tough but sensitive sheriff of sprawling Madrid County located somewhere in the American Southwest. Between chases and shootouts, the show dealt with a number of relevant 1970s issues such as the plight of the Native American.moreless
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    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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    Bodies of Evidence

    Bodies of Evidence

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    CBS (ended 1993)
    Short run CBS Drama about the big city police squads.
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    There Goes the Neighborhood

    There Goes the Neighborhood

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    CBS (ended 2009)
    In this reality competition series from CBS, eight families in a suburban cul-de-sac are pitted against each other as they vie to win upgrades to their lives and homes. Each week one family will be eliminated, ultimately leaving one brood as the winners of $250,000!moreless
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    TV 101

    TV 101

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    CBS (ended 1989)
    A former photo journalist returns to his old high school to teach, and has his students produce a cable TV news program instead of the traditional school newspaper.
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    Falcone

    Falcone

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    CBS (ended 2000)
    Welcome to the Falcone guide at TV.com
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    Burke's Law (1994)

    Burke's Law (1994)

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    CBS (ended 1995)
    This series revived the classic 1963-1965 Burke's Law, which also starred Gene Barry.
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    Inturn

    Inturn

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    CBS
    Inturn is a new web-based reality show from CBS Daytime in which eight young actors head to soap-opera boot camp in hopes of winning a 13-week contract role on As The World Turns. The contestants will face a series of acting challenges while living together in a Brooklyn loft. The show's judges will eliminate five of the participants, leaving three finalists to duke it out in ATWT guest roles. The show's viewers will then vote for their favorite new character, sending the other two finalists home and choosing the ultimate Inturn winner.moreless
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    Streets of Laredo

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    CBS (Mini-Series 1995)
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    Dr. Vegas

    Dr. Vegas

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    CBS (ended 2004)
    Dr. Vegas stars Rob Lowe and Joe Pantoliano in a drama about an physician who takes a gamble when he leaves behind the world of emergency medicine to become the in-house doctor at a high-end , popular casino in Las Vegas. From his High Class office suite, Dr. Billy Grant (Rob Lowe) attends to the round-the-clock medical needs of guests, employees and their families amid the lures of Sin City. The doctor's always in when it comes to catering to the often frivolous medical requests of his good friend and boss, Tommy Danko (Joe Pantoliano), the hotel's general manager. Tommy's priority is the well-being of his high rollers and the casino's bottomline, while Billy's committed to upholding the Hippocratic Oath, often putting them at odds. The frenetic pace continues on the casino floor where the action never stops. Vic Moore (Tom Sizemore) is Tommy's first Lieutenant--part casino host, part gambling director and part enforcer. Always on hand is beautiful blackjack dealer, Veronica Harold (Sarah Lancaster), who attends classes during the day and works nights to help support her father. Whether it's a celebrity headliner who takes a header from the stage, an employee hurt on the job or a desperate guest whose luck has run out at the tables, it's a safe bet that Dr. Grant will see his share of unique medical cases. But, what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas, and for Billy, it's all in a day's work on the Strip. CBS BROADCAST HISTORY Setember 2004 - October 2004 .... Fridays at 10:00pm (Simulcast in HDTV)moreless
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    The Lloyd Bridges Show

    The Lloyd Bridges Show

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    CBS (ended 1963)
    Anthology series depicting Lloyd Bridges as journalist Adam Shepherd as well as other characters.
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    Leg Work

    Leg Work

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    CBS (ended 1987)
    Leg Work was one delightful show that was on CBS back in 1987. Unfortunatly for that tv season it was the first casuality of the year being cancelled after just six airings. LEG WORK had one of the most interesting opening sequences for a television series. All three lead actors in the series were listed in the opening credits as starring. The way that it was done Margaret Colin was the first star of this show as the series revolved around her role of Claire McCarron a hot shot sexy female dectetive. Clare had lots of contacts in the series like her brother Lt. Fred McCarron of the New York Police Department who was played by Patrick James Clark and Clare's best friend was Willie Pipal a chief prosecutor for the New York City Court who was played by Frances McDormand. Francis has went on to bigger and better things since LEG WORK went off the air, she has been twice nominated for an Academy Award and winning one for her role in Fargo in 1997. Margaret has done several films since and a few other television series such as the critically acclaimed Now And Again for CBS. LEG WORK only completed 10 episodes of production. CBS only aired 6 of them however TV Land has over the years aired the remaining unaired episodes a few times.moreless
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    Manhunter

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    CBS (ended 1975)
    Depression era detective series which featured Idaho farmer turned private detective Dave Barrett, whose fiancee had been murdered by a bank robbing gang. Barrett traveled the country and did his part to help the authorities put an end to the rampaging public enemies and desperadoes of the 1930's. The series starred Ken Howard as Barrett and was produced by the legendary QM Productions.moreless
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    Double or Nothing

    Double or Nothing

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    CBS (ended 1954)
    early CBS game show
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    Coronet Blue

    Coronet Blue

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    CBS (ended 1967)
    It's New York City in the middle 1960s. Murder, robbery, violence, all are at peak levels for this big town. So when a man is shot and his body dumped in the East river, it looks like just another crime in New York.

    Only this man doesn't die. As he awakes into his time of recovery, he discovers that he can not remember his name, who he is or was, and why someone tried to kill him. The only thing in his mind are the words: Coronet Blue.

    Using the name Michael Alden, the man sets out to recover his memory and find out his identity, only to be pursued again by his attackers.

    Production Notes: The series was canceled before the meaning behind the phrase could be learned. Only years later, would the secret of Coronet Blue be revealed by it's creator, Larry Cohen. Michael Alden was a soviet spy, raised to look and act like an American. He had no background in the U.S. so when he was found nearly dead in the river, he could not be identified by fingerprints or Social Security ID.

    But when Alden (a name he made up from a combination of his doctor's name and the hospital's name he woke up in) tried to defect to the west, the cell of spies he was part of, known as Coronet Blue, tries to kill him to keep Alden from exposing their group's existence. They fail. Alden recovers and sets out on the mission of trying to find out who he is, always dogged by assassins not too far behind him. The original 13 episodes of the show were shot in 1965 as a summer replacement show but did not air on CBS until the summer of 1967. As the program picked up fans, CBS wanted to pick up the show and shoot more episodes. But Frank Converse had moved on to a starring role on ABC's N.Y.P.D. and Coronet Blue was never revived. Only eleven of the original thirteen episodes ever aired. moreless
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    Citizen Baines

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    CBS (ended 2001)
    After Elliott Baines loses his bid for reelection to the United States Senate, he returns home to Seattle to face life as a civilian and to reestablish his relationships with his three grown daughters -- Ellen, an attorney contemplating a run for office herself; Reeva, an unfulfilled wife and mother; and Dori, a young woman searching for a path in life out of the shadow of her famous father. Poor ratings doomed this excellent series, and it was cancelled after only six airings.moreless
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    Big Apple

    Big Apple

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    CBS (ended 2001)
    Ed O'Neill plays seasoned, cynical cop, Detective Mike Mooney. His young partner, Detective Vincent Trout, faces the dilemma of choosing between his ambitions and sticking with Mooney. At the FBI, William Preecher and Jimmy Flynn are both high-level agents who have their own fish to fry. Newly transferred to the New York office of the FBI is Sarah Day. She's ostensibly brought in to replace Teddy Olsen, a seasoned agent who's growing uncomfortable with some of the tactics younger agents are employing. FBI informant Terry Maddock is a bar owner in Hell's Kitchen. The FBI has set up house in his hangout, complete with video cameras -- some of which many on the FBI task force don't even know about. He is mentoring Chris Scott, a young street-smart thug who's seen his share of brawls.moreless
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    Brenner

    Brenner

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    CBS (ended 1964)
    Brenner is a street hardened twenty year veteran cop with the New York City Police Department who now works in the Internal Affairs section known as The Confidential Squad. His son Ernie is an idealistic rookie beat officer. Together they face crime as well as police corruption and all it's ugliness and try to learn from their different views of life, death, and work.
    25 episodes and one spinoff pilot were shot between 1959 and 1960, though only fifteen were shown during that first season and re-run during the summers of 1961-1963.
    In 1964, the last ten episodes and spinoff were shown, confusing some into thinking that the network had brought back the show. But the copyright dates on all 26 episodes are either 1959 or 1960, proving that the 1964 "season" was just using up what was left over.moreless
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