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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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    L. A. Doctors

    L. A. Doctors

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    CBS (ended 1999)
    L.A. Doctors is a professional, well-made medical drama about a trio of successful Los Angeles physicians, Roger Cattan, Tim Lonner and Evan Newman. They all care for their patients and want to help them as best as possible. But in order to do so, they have to turn their back on the HMO's corporate red tape and practice the kind of medicine where the patients - not the money - matter more. Together, they put their careers on the line and open their own practice to save patients and give them the treatment they deserve. The three friends join forces with beatiful gynaecologist Sarah Church and they often bend both law and order in their quest to cure both sickness and soul. The series focuses on these four doctors as well as their families and patients. All the leading actors deliver solid performances: Ken Olin as Roger Cattan, Matt Craven as Tim Lonner, Rick Roberts as Evan Newman and Sheryl Lee as Sarah Church. The recurring characters include Deirdre O'Connell as sympathetic nurse Suzanne Blum, and Melora Walters as the loyal and hard-working but somewhat troubled secretary Felicity. L.A. Doctors aired Mondays, 10:00 - 11:00 p.m. on CBS. Featuring some very well-written storylines and impressive acting, it was a very acclaimed series. In 1999 it won the People's Choice Award for Favorite Television New Dramatic Series. It was also nominated for several other awards, including a 1999 TV Guide Award nomination for Favorite New Series. However, L.A. Doctors was a short-lived show. The show struggled with the ratings and although many TV series do so during its first season, CBS decided not to give L.A. Doctors a chance and cancelled it after its first season. It will be sorely missed among all us fans.moreless
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    The Last Don

    The Last Don

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    CBS (ended 1997)
    This miniseries is based on the best-selling novel The Last Don, written by Mario Puzo, who also authored The Godfather.

    Domenico Clericuzio is the last Don, a ferocious old man who is determined to secure his family's future in an era of legalized gambling, motion-picture investments, and the threat of government informers. The Don almost succeeds, but old family secrets threatens his plan and also sparks a war between two blood cousins; Dante and Cross.moreless
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    CBS Sports College Basketball

    CBS Sports College Basketball

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    The most watched network returns with the most college basketball teams every Saturday and Sunday afternoon. CBS Sports College Basketball will features marquee teams like Kentucky, Duke, North Carolina, Texas and Georgetown on the schedule.moreless
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    The Chuck Woolery Show

    The Chuck Woolery Show

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    CBS (ended 1991)
    The Chuck Woolery Show hosted by TV game show host Chuck Woolery entered the popular daytime talk show field on September 16, 1991 and ended on December 13, 1991 after 64 episodes. The 9 am timeslot and up against Live With Regis and Kathie Lee brought his daytime program to an end.moreless
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    Island Son

    Island Son

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    CBS (ended 1990)
    Welcome to the Island Son guide at TV.com. Returning to weekly series television for the first time since Dr. Kildare in the 1960s, Richard Chamberlain was again cast as a dedicated physician. Dr. Daniel Kulani had had a successful career as an internist on the mainland but decided to return home and take a staff position at the Kamehameha Medical Center in Honolulu. It was here that he could be close to the family that had adopted him as a child and work with needy native Hawaiians. Working with Daniel at the medical center were the chief surgeon, Kenji Fushida, two talented young residents, Metzger and McGrath, and the cost-conscious chief of staff, Margaret Judd. Although the series centered around activities at the hospital, the divorced Dr. Kulani did spend time with his adoptive parents, Tutu and Nana; his stepbrother James; and his own son, 18-year-old Sam, who was unsure about whether he wanted to be in college or out on his own. In the spring of 1990, Daniel fell in love with high school drama teacher Nina Delaney, a divorcee with a 13-year-old daughter, but Island Son was cancelled before the course of their relationship was determined.moreless
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    Uncle Buck

    Uncle Buck

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    CBS (ended 1991)
    This series was a spin of the movie feature that was written and directed by John Hughes and starred John Candy. The series continues the story of a uncle who was chosen to look after his nieces and nephews. Originally, the series aired on Monday nights where it had limited success. However, when the network moved it to Friday nights, it never regained its popularity and was quickly cancelled due to ratings. The show was produced by Universal Television Entertainment and Verbatim Productions.moreless
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    Drak Pack

    Drak Pack

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    CBS (ended 1982)
    Franky, Howler and Drak Jr. are three teens with a secret. By touching hands and uttering the words, "Drak Wack: WACKO!" they turn into their true forms, the descendants of Dracula, Frankenstein and the Wolfman, and use their powers to battle the forces of O.G.R.E., the Organization of Generally Rotten Enterprises.moreless
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    Sydney

    Sydney

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    CBS (ended 1990)
    Valerie Bertinelli plays Sydney Kells. Sydney has been making her living as a P.I. in New York but decides to return home to Los Angeles. At home, she has to deal with her smart family (a tough ex-cop dad, a worried mom, and a goofy brother). She also has to juggle a strange boss, an upper class friend and an array of clients for the cases she takes. Not to mention, she's single and worried about dating. The theme song ("Finish What Ya Started") was played by Valerie Bertinelli's husband, Eddie Van Halen, and his band, Van Halen.moreless
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    Archie's Fun House

    Archie's Fun House

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    CBS (ended 1973)
    Archie's Funhouse was a Saturday morning cartoon show that aired on CBS from 1970 to 1971 and from 1972 to 1973. The show was the sequel to the previous season's one-hour Archie Saturday morning series "The Archie Comedy Hour" (which was one of the biggest hits for the 1969-1970 Saturday morning season). "Archie's Funhouse", of course, featured Archie and his pals (Jughead, Reggie, Veronica, Betty, Hot Dog and others) as on-stage hosts of skits, jokes, and music. The program also had live-action kids as the audience for the show, responding to the antics of the Archie gang. Actually, the concept from the show came from 2 segments that were first shown on the previous season's "The Archie Comedy Hour". They were the "Funhouse" and "Side Show" segments. On "Archie's Funhouse", these segments featured puns, jokes, and skits. For these segments, Filmation Studios hired writers from the hit NBC primetime show "Rowan And Martin's Laugh-In" (the show that inspired these segments) to write for these segments. In addition, the show also featured "The Giant Jukebox", playing hit songs from The Archies. There were 3 song segments per show with on-stage performances by The Archies. Hit songs included "Sunshine", "Love Vibrations", and "Comes The Sun". "Archie's Funhouse" started off as a one-hour show on Saturday mornings from 1970 to 1971, then it was trimmed to a half-hour shown on Sunday mornings from 1972 to 1973.moreless
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    Turks

    Turks

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    CBS (ended 1999)
    Joe Turk is a veteran police sergeant, husband and father of 4 adult children. Two of his children are cops, one is on the other side of the law and the youngest is a struggling college student. Joe tries to keep his family together and remain loyal to his wife, Mary despite his growing attraction to Ginny, a local waitress. Great location shots of Chicago as well as casting "real" Chicago cops as background actors.moreless
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    The Elvira Show

    The Elvira Show

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    CBS (ended 2006)
    The Elvira Show was a hilarious situation comedy based on the still popular character of Elvira, Mistress of the Dark. Unfortunately CBS found the comedy and innuendo too 'racy' for television and cancelled their order for a full season of The Elvira Show. Elvira and her Aunt Minerva (Katherine Helmond of "Soap" and "Who's The Boss" fame) have settled into small town Manhattan Kansas. Minerva spends her days channel surfing while Elvira makes a living as a palm reader. Life for the two 'closeted' witches with their talking cat Renfield is about to change as long lost niece of Elvira "Paige" (Phoebe Augustine of the band 'Cling') shows up on their doorstep. It jus so happens that Paige is Elvira's Niece, daughter of her late brother Elvin. Having lived in a Catholic boarding school on a remote island off the coast of main (with a bunch of nuns) Paige is a stark contrast to her aunts. Meanwhile the simple life of palm reading and channel surfing is about to go haywire as Elvira is charged with poisoning an innocent woman with a love spell concoction. A hunky stud police officer is sent in undercover to nail Elvira (pun intended). With a hilarious climactic end Elvira is saved in the nick of time by her niece who also turns out to be a witch. Unfortunately CBS burned this show at the stake before it could even cast it's spell over America. While shows like Roseanne were laden with even more suggestive comedy and innuendo CBS put The Elvira Show in it’s sights and canned the show. Not more than a few years later ABC came out with a very popular show using the same chemistry as The Elvira Show. “Sabrina The Teenaged Witch,” featured two witchly aunts and their up and coming teenage niece. They even had a talking cat!moreless
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    Anatole

    Anatole

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    CBS (ended 2000)
    Based on the Caldecott Award-winning book series by Eve Titus, Anatole tells the tale of a dignified mouse, Anatole. A loving husband and father to six charming children from outside of Paris, Anatole acts as an ambassador between the mouse world and the human world. From his adventures on the streets of Paris, Anatole provides an understanding of the value of diversity in a multi-cultural society. Venture out and take an exciting trip with Anatole. CHARACTERS Anatole - Every night when most everyone in France is fast asleep, a small figure in a jaunty beret and smart blue smock kisses his wife goodbye and bicycles into Paris. His name is Anatole, and he works at the world famous Duval Cheese Factory as a cheese tester. But Anatole is not just any tester – he is unique. He is acknowledged as the very best tester in the country and his opinion is valued above all others, and yet no one has seen his face, for he prefers to work alone at night, his only companion being the lovely smelling Duval cheeses…and M'Sieu Duval's not so lovely cat, Charlemagne. Anatole is the most magnificent mouse in all of France – a brave, resourceful, hard-working mouse of action. A mouse for whom a problem is not an obstacle, but an opportunity to find a solution. M'Sieu Duval - Anatole's human counterpart is his boss, M'Sieu Duval. Duval is an elegantly chic man, pompous an a bit of a snob and yet smart enough to realize that he owes his current success to the mysterious Anatole. Ever since Anatole became chief cheese tester, Duval Cheese have become the toast of France. He is perpetually curious about Anatole's identity, but does not violate his desire for privacy. "A genius must be allowed his eccentricities" he tells everyone. Paul and Paulette - As the oldest siblings, Paul automatically takes charge whenever the siblings are assembled. And why not? He's a natural leader and leaders like to lead. Paul thinks he knows what's best for everyone and imposes his opinion on others. At time he is overbearing, bossy and stubborn like his dad, yet he is also mature enough to know when to pull back. Paul is often challenged by Paulette. Of the two, Paulette is more sensible and willing to reason with recalcitrant siblings than Paul. Paulette will find a compromise, or a way to present a plan that makes it acceptable to the others. Claude and Claudette - These are the artists of the family, though Claude is more verbal and Claudette more visual. It didn't take them long to observe that the older twins get more privileges and the younger ones get more attention. Both feel that as the middle children in the family ladder, they're getting the short end of the stick. This belief has made them very close and they work in tandem jockeying for position to make themselves visible. Georges and Georgettes - All five years olds are loose cannons, but Georges is more so because of his athleticism. This is a physical, rough housing, tumbling, sprinting little boy. Things break in his wake. Georgettes is always off somewhere she's not supposed to be. Something catches her eye and she's gone. Naturally this is worrisome to parents and siblings alike. She is venturesome, outgoing and always eager to experience anything new. Gaston - Gaston is Anatole's best friend and sidekick. Where Anatole is a mouse of action, Gaston is a mouse of ideas. All his thinking, however, is a defense mechanism to cover his basic nature – he is a worrier and generally a lazy mouse. This combination make him much less of a go getter than his friend. His is a timid pragmatist, content to observe rather than participate, and to run for it and save his own hide rather than put his bottom on the line and attempt to save another person. Charlemagne the Cat - Watch out for this one. Charlemagne is Madam Duval's most beloved possession. This mean-spirited animal has very few redeeming qualities. He toys with his prey, and delights in their pleas for mercy. This is one kitty who pumps iron just to stay in shape to be a better mouse trap. He is vain, proud of his shiny black coat and his lean mean body, and hunting mice is his life. Pierre the Pigeon: Pierre is a pigeon with a fear of flying. When Anatole needs to get somewhere fast, he hops on Pierre's back and off they go. Well perhaps not right away. Anatole first has to plead, cajole, convince and persuade Pierre to take flight. Pierre doesn't know why he has this terrible phobia – perhaps some deep trauma from his youth. Only Pierre's affection and respect for Anatole enables him to fly. Francois de Pamplemousse - Anatole's nemesis is the richest mouse in town, Francois de Pamplemousse, a misguided creature who is philosophically opposed to everything that Anatole stands for. He doesn't like humans. He uses his influence to make life uncomfortable for Anatole. He considers himself to be an aristocrat, claiming that hamster blood runs in his veins.moreless
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    704 Hauser

    704 Hauser

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    CBS
    Norman Lear returns with a more modern day takeoff/sequel of his hit TV series, All in the Family. About ten years after Archie Bunker left his home on 704 Hauser street a new African American family, the Cumberbatchs, move in. The show focuses on their lives with the uproars, romances and tragedies. Despite it being a top-rated comedy series, CBS cancelled the show after only five episodes aired.moreless
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    The Late Late Show with Tom Snyder

    The Late Late Show with Tom Snyder

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    CBS (ended 1999)
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    The Client

    The Client

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    CBS (ended 1996)
    A riveting dramatic series based on John Grisham's novel of the same name, as well as the feature film starring Susan Sarandon and Tommy Lee Jones. JoBeth Williams and John Heard starred as their television counterparts (Sarandon reportedly offered Miss Williams name as her personal choice to resume the role of Reggie Love). The television series follows Reggie Love, a recovering alcoholic who has lost custody of her own two children, as she battles to win them back, meanwhile redirecting her maternal instincts through her family law practice. Reggie is continuously taking on the most hopeless of cases involving children and fights for them with a vengeance while her practice suffers financial jeopardy, as a result. Fortunately, as she battles for her clients as well as to win her own life back, Reggie is surrounded by an equally complex and committed cast of other characters presiding over Reggie's courtroom is compassionate Judge Harry Roosevelt (Ossie Davis). Reggie's most ardent opponent and friend is District Attorney Roy Foltrigg (John Heard), her streetwise assistant is Clint (David Barry Gray) and her mother and roommate is Momma Love (Polly Holliday).moreless
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    Aftershock: Earthquake in New York

    Aftershock: Earthquake in New York

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    CBS (ended 1999)
    This CBS TV movie imagines what would take place if a devastating earthquake hit New York City. Although usually split into two episodes of around 85 minutes each for TV broadcast, the video and DVD releases combine the two episodes into a single 170-minute movie.moreless
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    Payne

    Payne

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    CBS (ended 1999)
    "We'd been talking to John Larroquette for a long time about doing a show with him. When he was approached by the people who owned the American rights to Fawlty Towers, he called us, and asked if we'd like to stomp all over sacred ground. We jumped at the chance, and have been stomping ever since. After many creative meetings with John Larroquette, (how close should we stay to the original... how can we really translate the British humor/should we?... how do we really Americanize it?....etc.) We wrote the pilot. Our initial instinct was to stay very close to Fawlty, to prove a: we weren't afraid of it, and b: we could do it. Having a: proven we could do it, we were b:, afraid to keep doing it. In subsequent episodes, we made a distinct decision to stay away from the original episodes, and feel we made it our own." (Judd Pillot & John Peaslee)moreless
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    Good Company

    Good Company

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    CBS (ended 1996)
    Welcome to the Good Company guide at TV.com
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    Conan and the Young Warriors

    Conan and the Young Warriors

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    CBS (ended 1994)
    animated spin-off of "Conan"
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