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    Flying High

    Flying High

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    CBS (ended 1979)
    Pam, Marcy and Lisa were three attractive airline stewardesses, who worked for Sun West Airlines based in Los Angeles. Their plane was piloted by bumbling ladies' man Captain March, while Raymond was the airline's PR man. One never knew the lives of stewardesses could be so thrilling, as our heroines frequently got into one romantic, adventuresome or humorous scrape after another. History: Sept 1978 - Dec. 78: Fri 10-11 Jan 1979- Tues 10 - 11moreless
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    Brooklyn DA

    Brooklyn DA

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    CBS
    CBS airs this new reality series documenting the cases that go on in the Brooklyn DA's office.
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    Supergirl

    Supergirl

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    CBS
    In an effort to protect Kal-El, the future Superman, a 13-year old Kara Zor-El was launched from Krypton moments after her baby cousin. On route her vessel was trapped in The Phantom Zone, a timeless drift delaying her arrival. When Kara finally arrives on Earth she finds her baby cousin has grown up and already made a name for himself. Without a mission, the now 24-year-old Kara must find her own way as both a woman and Earth's only female superhero.moreless
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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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    Stalker

    Stalker

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    CBS (ended 2015)
    A gripping psychological thriller that revolves around a pair of LAPD Threat Management Unit detectives who handle stalking incidents.
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    First Monday

    First Monday

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    CBS (ended 2002)
    In this short lived series First Monday hoped to utilize the Supreme Court in the same dramatic manner that West Wing utilized the White House. The CBS series First Monday focused on the nine Justices who laid down the law for the United States. Joe Mantegna headed the cast as Joseph Novelli, the newest member of the nine-person Supreme Court. Entering a political arena that was evenly divided between Conservative and Liberal, the "moderate" Justice Novelli generally acted as the tie-breaker. James Garner co-starred as staunchly conservative Chief Justice Thomas Brankin, who displayed his contempt for contemporary political correctness by puffing away on a cigarette in his "officially" smoke-free private office. Brankin's chief ally was the whimsical, womanizing Justice Henry Hoskins (Charles Durning), while on varying extremes of the political spectrum were Jewish jurist Esther Weisenberg (Camille Saviola) and black Justice Jerome Morris (James McEachin).moreless
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    The Handler

    The Handler

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    CBS (ended 2004)
    The Handler stars Joe Renato (Joe Pantoliano, "The Sopranos") as an FBI agent who trains and handles agents who go undercover to solve crimes at all levels of Los Angeles' diverse society. From underground prostitution rings and drug traffickers to the worlds of high tech and high finance, it's a behind-the-scenes look at how Joe's well-schooled operatives infiltrate and tackle them all. Joe is the ultimate "puppet master" who also interfaces with government and local law enforcement agencies that come to him for help with both long-term and quick sting operations. He knows from personal experience that going undercover is an all-or-nothing job. Any lapse in "character" can mean the difference between life and death for his operatives, and Joe goes to great lengths to make sure his people are properly prepared, mentally and physically. He tirelessly directs a revolving cast of characters, including Lily (Anna Belknap, "Deadline"), a wide-eyed rookie undercover agent; Darnell (Hill Harper, "City of Angels"), an ambitious veteran; Heather (Lola Glaudini, "NYPD Blue"), an enthusiastic transfer, and Marcy (Tanya Wright, "Buddies"), Joe's trustworthy assistant and sole confidante. They all walk a fine line between fighting crimes and committing them, all the while looking out for each other. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- CBS Broadcast History September 26, 2003 - January 30, 2004 .... Friday, 10:00pm (Simulcast in HDTV) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Vote to have The Handler released on DVD at TVShowsonDVD.com.moreless
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    The Trials of Rosie O'Neill

    The Trials of Rosie O'Neill

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    CBS (ended 1992)
    Sharon Gless plays Rosie Oneill, a woman who starts over after her husband -and law partner- leaves her for a younger woman. She sells her interest in the law corporate firm to her husband, gets a divorce and becomes a public defender.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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    Fire Me, Please

    Fire Me, Please

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    CBS (ended 2005)
    Two people start new jobs on the same day -- with the unusual goal of getting fired by 3 pm! This new reality series follows two people starting new jobs on the same day, with the goal of intentionally getting fired by 3PM. To most people, getting fired seems like it would be the end of the world, but what if getting fired meant you could win $25,000? The person that gets fired closest to, but does not go past, the 3PM deadline wins the cash prize. Hidden cameras capture the action as the participants drive their managers and co-workers crazy with outrageous behavior.moreless
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    Babylon Fields

    Babylon Fields

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    CBS
    In this comedic drama, the dead are resurrected and try to resume their former lives where they left off. The zombies rising results in lives regained as families are restored, but at the same time opens old wounds. The pilot episode is written by Gerald Cuesta and Michael Atkinson, who will also serve as supervising producers.

    Rome's Ray Stevenson will play Carl Tiptree, the town's chief detective whose wife is resurrected. Joan of Arcadia's Amber Tamblyn will play Janine Wunch, a young girl who, after being abused by her father, teamed with her mom to kill him, but they never expected that he would come back to life. Emmy winner from Picket Fences Kathy Baker will also star in this new drama. She will play Amber Tamblyn's mother, Shirley Wunch, a low-rent suburban housewife who kills her husband.moreless
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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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    Extant

    Extant

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    CBS (ended 2015)
    In a thrilling drama, Halle Berry will play an astronaut who returns home from a year-long solo mission in space and tries to reconnect with her husband and son in their everyday life. Her experiences in space and home lead to events that ultimately will change the course of human history.moreless
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    Bronk

    Bronk

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    CBS (ended 1976)
    Police lieutenant Alex "Bronk" Bronkov is assigned special police assignments by the mayor of Ocean City, California. He also cares for his daughter Ellen, who was severely injured in the same car crash which took the life of his wife.moreless
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    The Education of Max Bickford

    The Education of Max Bickford

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    CBS (ended 2002)
    Academy Award winner Richard Dreyfuss stars along side Academy Award winning actress Marcia Gay Harden, Golden Globe winner Regina Taylor, veteran actress Helen Shaver and actress Katee Sackhoff in this CBS series. Dreyfuss stars as Max Bickford, a college professor facing a turning point in his life after being passed over for what he feels is a long-overdue promotion. Taking a much-needed inventory of his life, Max looks around and sees that he has been working forever, and for what? A widower surrounded by women at an all-female institution, struggling to parent a headstrong 18-year-old daughter and an overly wise 13-year-old son, with a best friend named Steve who has just returned from sabbatical as the newly transgendered Erica, Max realizes that he's an old-fashioned man in a modern world and that something has to change. But he'll be damned if it's him.moreless
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    City of Angels

    City of Angels

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    CBS (ended 2000)
    City of Angels, network television's first predominantly black medical drama, centers around the professional and personal lives of the doctors and nurses at Los Angeles' Angels of Mercy Hospital.
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    Code Black

    Code Black

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    CBS
    The staff of Angels Memorial Hospital in L.A. must often deal with "Code Black" status: when the number of patients outnumbers the resources/staff available to treat them.
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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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    The Secret Storm

    The Secret Storm

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    CBS (ended 1974)
    This long-running soap opera was originally titled THE STORM WITHIN. The title wasn't appealing to one of the show's sponsors, Bisodol (an antacid), who was worried it would inspire images of an upset stomach. To appease Bisodel, the serial was retitled THE SECRET STORM, and premiered on February 1, 1954.

    Set in the small town of Woodbridge, New York, the show centered on the newly rich, neurotic Ames family. Patriarch Peter Ames was left to raise his three kids when his wife, Ellen, was killed in an automobile accident. Audiences would soon learn that sudden deaths, exotic diseases, mental illness, and extramarital affairs would figure heavily in storylines.

    The Ames family figured prominently during the serial's first 15 years. Peter was a widower with two teenage children, Jerry and Susan, and a 9-year-old daughter, Amy. Ellen's unexpected death had an especially painful effect on Peter and young Jerry. For a while, the family feared Peter was losing his mind. Later, he turned to booze for comfort.

    THE SECRET STORM premiered as a 15-minute serial, then expanded to 30-minutes in 1962. The soap remained one of daytime's most popular serials until 1969, when it was purchased by CBS. The network executives were inexperienced at producing soap operas and began tinkering with the serial's format. Cast members were suddenly dropped without warning and new characters were constantly introduced, only to be written out a few months later. When the soap was switched to a less-than-desirable late-afternoon timeslot, it seemed like the beginning of the end. By 1974, the soap had gone through several writers, and was daytime TV's lowest-rated soap. After a 20 year run, CBS canceled the serial in 1974, and replaced it with a game show. The soap's final episode aired on February 8, 1974.

    ORIGINAL CAST MARJORIE GATESON...............Grace Tyrell RUSSELL HICKS...................J.T. Tyrell PETER HOBBS......................Peter Ames ROBERT MORSE.....................Jerry Ames JEAN MOWRY.......................Susan Ames JADA ROWLAND.......................Amy Ames HAILA STODDARD................Paulne Harris

    BROADCAST HISTORY 2/1/54 - 6/15/62: 4:15p weekdays (15 minutes) 6/18/62 - 9/6/68: 4:00p weekdays (30 minutes) 9/9/68 - 9/1/72: 3:00p weekdays (30 minutes) 9/4/72 - 3/23/73: 3:30p weekdays (30 minutes) 3/26/73 - 2/8/74: 4:00p weekdays (30 minutes)moreless
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    Robbery Homicide Division

    Robbery Homicide Division

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    CBS (ended 2002)
    "A compelling drama, Robbery Homicide Division draws viewers into the lives of the elite Robbery and Homicide Division of the present-day Los Angeles Police Department. The detectives in this select unit work only high-profile crime wherever it occurs in Los Angeles." "Detective Sam Cole (Sizemore, Saving Private Ryan, Black Hawk Down) heads the Robbery and Homicide Division's team of highly skilled detectives. Sometimes outrageous, always strategic, Cole has both a hunter's raw instinct and the intellect and wit to pursue L.A.'s most vicious and complex crimes. He has mastered the art of viewing crime through the eyes of the criminal." "Cole's team consists of Sergeant Alfred Simms, (Henley, Providence, ER) nicknamed "Dr. Death," he is best known for his droll sense of humor and high level of skill with a shotgun; Detective Sonia Robbins, (Scott, Millennium, Brooklyn South) a Spanish-speaking detective who specializes in pathology and Detectives Richard Barstow (Cubitt, Turks, American Embassy) and Ron Lu (Chan, Spy Game, Batman and Robin) who come from L.A.'s Hispanic and Asian Gang Units. Together, Cole's unit will confront the city's highest-profile crimes and criminals in the most exciting urban landscape in America." (Universal press release) A big critical, if not commercial, hit, Robbery Homicide Division marked Michael Mann's return to series television after more than 10 years on the big screen. Maybe he would have been better off returning to NBC. Although Friday at 10:00pm was where Miami Vice had aired, it didn't have to contend with Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. Never once did RHD air against a rerun of SVU, and no doubt both shows had too much audience overlap for RHD to ever find one. Which very well might have been the intention, since CBS didn't own a piece of the action. Ratings improved dramatically when it was moved to Saturday in The Agency's time slot for a two-week experiment, and, in fact, on December 7, 2002, it topped lead-in The District and won its time slot for the first time -- while The Agency (a show CBS did own a piece of) tanked on Fridays when it aired in RHD's slot. Just when things were starting to look up, Tom Sizemore got arrested on December 11th. And Les Moonves cancelled the series the next day. RHD was repurposed on the Universal-owned USA Network; the unaired episodes were eventually broadcast there. Theme song "3030" (instrumental) written by Dan "The Automator" Nakamuran and Teren Delvon "Del the Funky Homosapien" Jones performed by Deltron 3030 Robbery Homicide Division is produced by Forward Pass, Inc., in association with Universal Network Television Broadcast History ----------------- Sep 2002-Nov 2002, Fri 10:00-11:00 Nov 2002-Dec 2002, Sat 10:00-11:00 First telecast: September 27, 2002 Last telecast: December 7, 2002 Show type: Action drama Number of episodes: 13 Media: 24p Tapemoreless
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