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    Yes Virginia

    Yes Virginia

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    CBS (Holiday Event 2009)
    New York City. It's 1897. Eight-year-old Virginia O'Hanlon has always loved Christmas. Until the day her classmates bring up the age-old question: "Is there a Santa Claus?" Not sure what to believe, Virginia ventures into the city to find out for herself. Along the way she consults some unusual characters: a scraggly Santa ringing a bell, an excitable librarian with a shelf full of Christmas books, and her quirky doctor father. Unable to find the answers she's looking for, Virginia writes to The New York Sun newspaper. Her letter makes its way to the desk of curmudgeonly editor Francis Church, who has better things to do than respond to a little girl's questions. But through Virginia's determination (and a little help from a scraggly Santa) Mr. Church is persuaded to write his answer...an answer that becomes the most famous newspaper editorial of all time.moreless
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    The Brotherhood of Poland, N.H.

    The Brotherhood of Poland, N.H.

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    CBS (ended 2003)
    Welcome to The Brotherhood of Poland, N.H. guide at TV.com. The show focuses on the families of three brothers in a small town, one the sheriff, one the mayor, and one out of work. Local heroes in their youth, they are now tackling grown-up problems such as the economy, their children's educations, and their families. As in most families, the brothers know they'll always have each other to help weather the storms of their changing lives. David E. Kelley, of Picket Fences, The Practice, and Boston Public fame produced the show. Show History: September 2003-October 2003 10/9c Wednesdaysmoreless
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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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    Welcome to New York

    Welcome to New York

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    CBS (ended 2001)
    Jim Gaffigan is a weatherman from Fort Wayne, Indiana. In Indiana, he was popular at work and captain of the company softball team. Upon arriving in New York, he finds that things are very different. Now as "meteorologist" for AM New York, he works for high-strung producer Marsha Bickner. Upon his first two hours at his new job, he offends the security guard and fires the assistant without even knowing it. Marsha Bickner has high expectations of Jim and wants him to change almost everything about himself. Welcome To New York aired on CBS on Wednesdays at 8:30, after Bette. 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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    Wickedly Perfect

    Wickedly Perfect

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    CBS (ended 2005)
    Emmy Award-winning journalist Joan Lunden hosts Wickedly Perfect, a new reality show that pits 12 people with a creative knack for the finer things in life in a no-holds-barred competition to crown the country's new authority on at-home living. These perfection-obsessed contestants, whose motto is "anything you can do, I can do better," will compete in different areas of beautifying the home and entertaining, including party planning, gardening, cooking, baking, sewing, crafts, floral arranging and decorating. In addition to chronicling the sometimes funny, sometimes factious relationships that develop among the tightly wound, extremely competitive participants, each week a contestant will be eliminated from their luxurious estate located in New England. Renowned chef and restaurateur Bobby Flay (Mesa Grill), Emmy Award-nominated stylist David Evangelista ("The Rosie O'Donnell Show") and best-selling author Candace Bushnell ("Sex and the City" and "Trading Up") will serve as judges. The winner, who will be crowned after 30 days on the Connecticut estate will receive numerous prizes, including six appearances on "The Early Show" on CBS, a development deal for a lifestyle-oriented television show and a publishing deal with Atria Books, a division of premier publisher Simon & Schuster. Source: CBS CBS Broadcast History in the USA January 6th, 2005 - January 20th 2005: Thursdays @ 8:00 PM E/P. January 29th, 2005 - Season Finale: Saturdays @ 8:00 PM E/P.moreless
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    Company Town

    Company Town

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    Company Town is set in a neighborhood near the nation's capital where a variety of high-ranking government staffers live close to one another. Gary Cole plays a CIA operative Martin Amberson, who is married to Angie Amberson played by Sherry Stringfield. Also in the series are Catherine Bell as Maggie Shaunnesy, Blair Underwood as Tom Wilson, Esai Morales as Ray Dupre and Michael Michelle as Bridget Wilson. The CBS pilot was written and executive-produced by Elwood Reid, Larry Sanitsky is executive producer. The pilot was directed by Thomas Carter.moreless
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    The Stones

    The Stones

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    CBS (ended 2004)
    Emmy Award-winner Judith Light, comedian Robert Klein, Lindsay Sloane and Jay Baruchel star in THE STONES, a comedy about the crazy reality of two adult children living in their childhood home with their divorcing, but friendly, parents. Barbara (Light) and Stan (Klein), are getting an amicable divorce after 25 years of marriage. Stan and Barbara still love each other, but they've stopped liking themselves as a couple. Love-struck geneticist Winston (Baruchel) and freelance photographer Karly (Sloane) must now cope with their newly independent, revitalized parents on a daily basis as they try to live under one roof.moreless
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    The Angriest Man in Suburbia

    The Angriest Man in Suburbia

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    CBS
    This nutty multi camera comedy follows the exploits of a married, stay-at-home father dealing with pesky everyday problems like nosy neighbors, busted water pipes, and the emasculation that occurs to a man when his wife makes more money than him.moreless
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    CBS Sports College Basketball

    CBS Sports College Basketball

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    CBS
    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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    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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    Baby Bob

    Baby Bob

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    CBS (ended 2003)
    After Baby Bob was born, he started talking and shocked his parents Walter and Lizzie. The show follows the adventure of Baby Bob and his parents.
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    AFP: American Fighter Pilot

    AFP: American Fighter Pilot

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    CBS (ended 2002)
    AFP: American Fighter Pilot followed three young United States Air Force officers through flight school. The show was canceled by CBS, however, after two episodes.
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    Princesses

    Princesses

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    CBS (ended 1991)
    "Someday my prince will come Someday I'll find my love And how thrilling that moment will be When the prince of my dreams comes to me He'll whisper 'I love you' And steal a kiss or two Though he's far away I'll find my love someday Someday when my dreams come true Someday when my dreams come true"

    "Three young, single women became roommates in a most unusual way. Tracy was a shy, trusting English teacher who left her fiancé when she found out he had been married twice before and that one of his ex-wives was his sexy business partner. What she salvaged, however, was a fabulous Manhattan penthouse apartment overlooking Central Park. Tony, the owner of the apartment, a globetrotting friend of her almost husband, had given it to them for a year, rent free, as a wedding present. Apparently he was a little forgetful, having also loaned to the apartment to Georgy, a recently widowed English princess (and former showgirl) who had moved to the States while her late husband's children fought with her attorney over his will. Since Georgy had no friends in New York, she was more than happy to share the huge apartment with Tracy. The third 'princess' was Tracy's longtime roommate and best friend, Melissa, an outspoken, stereotypical Jewish American who sold cosmetics at a department store." (Tim Brooks and Earle Marsh, The Complete Directory to Prime Time Network and Cable TV Shows 1946-Present)

    After completing the series' eight-episode order, Julie Hagerty quit. Even in the face of bottom 5 Nielsen ratings, universally-scathing reviews, behind-the-scenes problems, affiliate defections, and the general apathy of Fran Drescher and CBS programming head Jeff Sagansky, the producers actually considered recasting the part, apparently. Before they managed to get very far, CBS saved them the trouble by recasting the entire show with Rescue 911. By year's end, the network's Friday night lineup had been dismantled.

    Theme song "Someday My Prince Will Come" written by Frank Churchill (music) and Larry Morey (lyrics) performed by The Roches

    Princesses is a Bungalow 78 Production, in association with Universal Television

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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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    Bounty Hunter

    Bounty Hunter

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    CBS
    This drama centers on a father and his two sons, who earn a living as bounty hunters. This comes from Spelling TV.
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    Citizen Baines

    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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    Snow Wonder

    Snow Wonder

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    CBS (ended 2005)
    A magical snowstorm on Christmas Eve brings small miracles to people all around the country. “Snow Wonder” tells the story of five unique people, each affected by the strange storm.
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    60 Minutes (Weeknight Edition)

    60 Minutes (Weeknight Edition)

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    CBS (ended 2005)
    Welcome to the 60 Minutes (Weeknight Edition) guide at TV.com. The site remains largely undeveloped, but updates are soon to come.
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    The Courier

    The Courier

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    CBS
    CBS presents a prime time programming experiment, THE COURIER. This week-long “micro-series” starts on Tuesday, January 24 and will be broadcast at around the same time each night over nine days. The premiere is a 60-second installment followed by 40-second editions. The Courier follows the story of “iiro”, a mystery man in a race against time to uncover clues in a desperate attempt to rescue his abducted wife. After each installment viewers can visit CBS.com to learn more about “iiro” through an interactive storyline with rich video and text components. In addition, CBS.com will offer each installment for viewing after the original broadcast and immediately following the network broadcast, each episode will be available for streaming on cell phones through the Verizon Wireless V Cast service.moreless
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