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    Shark

    Shark

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    CBS (ended 2008)
    Sebastian Stark, a charismatic, supremely self-confident defense attorney who, after a shocking outcome in one of his cases and a personal epiphany, brings his cutthroat tactics to the prosecutor's office as the head of the Los Angeles District Attorney's High Profile Crime Unit. A group of young prosecutors are about to have the learning experience of a lifetime because, although Stark is seeking to redeem himself, he has no intention of cooling his underhanded approach to cases just because he's now working for the "good guys."moreless
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    Medical Center

    Medical Center

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    CBS (ended 1976)
    Medical Center was based around a Los Angeles hospital's medical staff and the patients they treated. The show would eventually garner the title of the longest running medical drama in the history of prime time, up through it's last season.moreless
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    Mickey Spillane's Mike Hammer

    Mickey Spillane's Mike Hammer

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    CBS (ended 1987)
    Stacy Keach brings Mickey Spillane's famous detective to life in this action-packed series. Each and every episode Mike faces danger and romance, with his secretary and best friend Velda, his blue Mustang, his gun "Betsy," and of course, "The Face."moreless
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    Bad Teacher

    Bad Teacher

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    CBS (ended 2014)
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    The Magnificent Seven

    The Magnificent Seven

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    CBS (ended 1999)
    This is the story of seven men, each with his own dark secret, who band together to become known as the Magnificent Seven. They learn from each other as they protect those who can not protect themselves. These men include their leader, Chris Larabee: a man running from the pain of his past, Vin Tanner: a sharpshooter, bounty hunter and fugitive, Nathan Jackson: a former slave turned healer, JD Dunne: the kid of the gang, good with a gun but has little experience with real life, Erza Standish: a gambler and con artist, Josiah Sanchez: a former priest fighting off his personal demons and Buck Willington: a ladies man with a heart of gold. This show is based on the movie series from the 60s and 70s, which was in turn based on the 1954 Japanese film "Seven Samurai" by Akira Kurosawa. This show was cancelled by CBS after the first season and was later renewed thanks to a large internet campaign to save the show. The show was again cancelled halfway through its second season run. CBS agreed to air the remaining six episodes, but due to low ratings CBS only aired two of the reaming six episodes. About a year later, TNN aired the entire series.moreless
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    Zane Grey Theater

    Zane Grey Theater

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    CBS (ended 1961)
    Welcome to the Zane Grey Theater guide at TV.com. Zane Grey Theater were adaptations of short stories and novels of the West by author Zane Grey, when the material began to run out stories from other authors were used. Host Dick Powell introduced the episodes and starred in several himself. Wonderful tales of the Old West laden with history and adventure. The opening and closing orchestration was conducted by Harry Lubin, the song was called "Way Out West". There were five episodes which became series' of their own, they include: "Trackdown" which aired 3May57; "The Rifleman" which aired 07Mar58; "Black Saddle" which aired 23May58; "Johnny Ringo" which aired 05Mar59; "The Westerner" which aired 26Mar59. Stars like Barbara Stanwyck, Joan Crawford, Bette Davis, Lloyd Bridges, Eddie Albert just to name a few, appeared throughout the series. A Classic!moreless
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    NCAA® March Madness®

    NCAA® March Madness®

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    March Madness returns with live coverage of the NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament. CBS has been televising the Tournament since 1982 and was the exclusive broadcaster for all games (except the Tuesday play-in game) from 1991 through 2010. The only exception was 2003 when the daytime first round games were moved to ESPN to accommodate CBS News' coverage of the Gulf War.

    The 2011 Tournament marked a new-era of television coverage as the $10.8 billion, 14-year contract with CBS and Turner kicked in. The 67 games will be spread across four networks (CBS, TNT, TBS and truTV) allowing for all games to be televised nationally.

    The Tournament, one of the most popular events on the U.S. sporting calendar, is a single knockout tournament staged annually at various sites across America. The field, increased to 68 teams (from 65) for 2011, is made up of 32 automatic bids for conference tournament winners and 36 at-large bids as determined by a selection committee. The committee also determines the seeding for each participant. The tournament takes place over three weeks beginning in mid-March.

    There are four geographic regions with 16 teams each and the winner of each region qualifies for the national semi-finals, which are better known as the Final Four. During the first week, there are two First Four games (which reduce each region to 16 teams) each on Tuesday and Wednesday, 16 second round games each on Thursday and Friday and eight third round games each on Saturday and Sunday which reduce the field to 16 teams. The 16 teams are better known as the Sweet 16. During the second week, there are four Regional semi-final games each on Thursday and Friday and two Regional final games each on Saturday and Sunday which determine the Final Four participants.

    During the third week, the National semi-finals are contested on Saturday night and the National Final on Monday night. This guide begins with the 1978 Tournament, as that was the first year in which all games were televised on one network or another.

    The first HDTV telecasts were the 2000 Final Four and National Championship games. From 2001 through 2006, a limited number of games were shown in HDTV and since 2007 all games have been televised in HD. The telecast format is shown in the Recap of each Tournament game for the 2000-2006 seasons.moreless
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    To Tell the Truth (1956)

    To Tell the Truth (1956)

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    CBS (ended 1967)
    Will the real John Doe please stand up? That's the famous catchphrase associated with one of the most enduring games of all time, To Tell the Truth. That's where a team of celebrity panelists attempted to determine which of three contestants is the actual person associated with a story. To Tell the Truth had five runs over a 45-year period, the first three versions of which are documented here. The object of each version, however, was identical: A team of three people, only one of which is actually associated with a story, introduce themselves. The host relates the person's story through an affidavit (which could be funny, serious, inspirational, having to do with their profession, political activity or cause they were actively involved in, etc.). The celebrity panelists, one at a time, question the three contestants (addressing them as No. 1, No. 2. and No. 3) in an attempt to expose the liars and determine the actual person. After all four panelists have had their turn to question the team, they voted separately as to who they thought was the real person associated with the story. If the panelist happened to know the real person in any way, the panelist would have to disqualify him/herself from voting & would count as an incorrect vote. Payoffs were based on the team's ability to fool the panel; the amount varied(each incorrect vote increased the amount of money the challengers received), depending on the version, but the maximum amounts were $1,000 in the CBS version, $500 in the 1969-1978 syndicated version and $1,000 again in the 1980-1981 syndicated revival. Three segments were played in the 1956-1968 series, and two games in all subsequent versions. To Tell the Truth debuted as a prime-time CBS entry in December 1956, and a daily show aired on CBS starting in 1962. Kitty Carlisle began her long association with the show in 1957. Other frequent panelists (some of them who quickly became so popular they were regulars) included Orson Bean, Polly Bergen, Peggy Cass, Tom Poston and Gene Rayburn. The CBS daytime show ended in 1968 & CBS daytime would be gameless for four years. The 1969 version of To Tell the Truth was among the best known of all versions of this durable show. Many game show fans fondly remember this version for the colorful, "groovy" set (used from 1969-1973, after which a conservative, blue-accented set was used) and its soft rock-flavored lyrical theme. Often, the contestants were invited to demonstrate their skill after their game; other times, skits and film vignettes were used to illustrate the person's story. Garry Moore (long associated with his daytime show and I've Got a Secret presided until December 1976. Bill Cullen took over for two weeks, after which Joe Garagiola took over the host's chair. Garagiola, a former professional baseball player, was intended to be a temporary host, but in the 1977-1978 season premiere, Moore (still recovering from throat surgery when the show was taped in June 1977) announced his retirement and named Garagiola his permanent replacement. Moore also used this final appearance to put to rest rumors surrounding his absence, fueled in part because of the "bicycling" method of syndicated programs still in use the 1970s (ergo, large markets got the most-recently taped episodes, while other markets got to show them afterward, sometimes up to two years later as "new" episodes). To Tell the Truth geared up for a final single-season syndicated run in 1980-1981, with Robin Ward as host. After two regular games were played, a new segment was played as thus: the four imposters (one of them associated with another story) returned for one final game. Each panelist could ask one question, and they each chose who the real person was. Payoffs were $100 per incorrect vote and $500 for a complete stumper. These three versions were all taped in New York City. See To Tell the Truth (1990) and To Tell the Truth (2000) for details on those versions ... and don't forget to tell the truth!moreless
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    Swingtown

    Swingtown

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    CBS (ended 2008)
    This new period drama takes viewers back to the 1970s for a look at suburban households testing the murky waters of sexual revolution, following swingers throughout open marriages, "key parties" and other swingers extravaganzas. Mike Kelley is creator and executive producer of the pilot, produced by CBS Paramount Network Television. The show originally aired on Thursday evenings, but after episode 7 it moved to Fridays, swapping with Flashpoint.moreless
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    Bob

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    CBS (ended 1993)
    Comedian Bob Newhart had starred in two highly successful ensemble comedy series for CBS. The Bob Newhart Show (1972-1978) and Newhart (1982-1990) and in 1992 Bob Newhart returned to television and to CBS with Bob. In it, Newhart played Bob McKay, who had been working as an artist for the Chicago-based Schmitt Greeting Card Company for 20 years when he thought his dream had come true. In his younger days he had created a canine comic-book character called "Mad-Dog' that had lasted for only 12 issues, and now ACE Comics wanted to revive the character. What Bob didn't realize was that Harlan the obnoxious, manipulative senior story editor at ACE, had taken Bob's decent superhero and turned Mad-Dog into a bloodthirsty vigilante. The president of ACE Mr. Terhorst, who only communicated by phone, decided that if the two worked together they could create a truly great comic-book hero. Theirs was an uneasy alliance, with constant bickering about the way Mad-Dog stories should go. Other eccentrics at ACE were Trisha, Bob's flaky daughter, who colored the comic frames; Albie, the klutzy gofer with low self-esteem; Chad, the spaced-out cartoon inker with a crush on Trisha; and Iris, the crotchety old-timer who had seen it all. Kaye was Bob's sensible wife of 25 years and Shayla was Harlan's pushy bimbo girlfriend. In the last episode of the 1992-1993 season the conglomerate that owned ACE Comics sold out to a millionaire who hated comic books and the entire Mad-Dog staff, including Bob, was fired. When the series returned for the 1993-1994 season Sylvia Schmitt, the wife of his former boss offered Bob the presidency of Schmitt Greetings to replace her husband, who had run off with his dental hygienist. Slyvia's obnoxious son, Pete, the sales VP who had expected to take over the company and now had to work for Bob, was irate. Others at Schmitt were Chris, the sarcastic bookkeeper, and Whitey, a huge dumb guy from the production who adored Bob. BROADCASTING HISTORY
    September 1992 ... Friday 8:30-9:00
    September 1992-March 1993 ... Friday 9:30-10:00
    April 1993-May 1993 ... Monday 8:30-9:00
    October 1993-November 1993 ... Friday 9:00-9:30
    December 1993 ... Monday 9:30-10:00
    1997 ... First Run Syndication
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    The Class

    The Class

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    CBS (ended 2007)
    In this CBS comedy created by David Crane and Jeffrey Klarik, the writers of such hits as "Friends" and "Mad About You," a group of twenty-somethings who were third-grade classmates are reunited at a surprise party 20 years later. What will happen when they find out what each other's lives are like now? The cast includes Jason Ritter as Ethan Haas, a man who planned the reunion of his fellow classmates, and who is crazy about his fiancée, but his life will turn around when his fiancée leaves him. Heather Goldenhersh plays Lina Warbler, a woman who truly believes in love, although she doesn't have that much luck in it; Lizzy Caplan is Kat Warbler, Lina's twin-sister, a cynical and sarcastical person; Jon Bernthal is Duncan Carmello, a man who still lives with his mother (Julie Halston); Sean Maguire is Kyle Lendo, a man that every girl had a crush during high school, but now he is living with his boyfriend, yes, boyfriend, Aaron. Jesse Tyler Ferguson portraits Richie, a unhappy man who's life hasn't treated him well since high school. Lucy Punch plays Holly Ellenbogen, a married woman who wants to have her revenge on Kyle. She's married to Perry Pearl (Sam Harris), who is also gay although Holly doesn't realize. Andrea Anders plays Nicole Allen, Yonk Allen's (David keith) trophy wife, who was once in a long relationship with Duncan.

    Now that they finally met again, the relationships will bring back "The Class," and lots of fun is guaranteed.moreless
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    Muppet Babies

    Muppet Babies

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    CBS (ended 1990)
    Muppet Babies was a very successful cartoon series in its own right. This show basically featured Jim Henson's famous Muppets as babies. Each episode, each of the Muppet Babies had adventures that their imaginations take them on. Often however, their imaginations would sometimes get the better of them, all for comic effect. Since Muppet Babies first hit the airwaves in 1984 it was instantly a favorite of its demographic. However, the show had appealed to viewers of all ages, child, teen, and adult. Let's face it, the 80's was a time of change, technology, and adventure. Muppet Babies was no expectation. In a decade when most television shows promoted a toy line or clothing this show had nothing at all to sell, no gimmick, just pure education. Now here is a little tidbit about the iconic Muppet Babies which was a very successful cartoon series in its own right. This show basically featured Jim Henson's famous Muppets as babies. Each episode, each of the Muppet Babies had adventures that their imaginations take them on. Often however, their imaginations would sometimes get the better of them, all for comic effect. The featured Muppets were Baby Kermit, Piggy, Fozzie, Gonzo, Rowlf, Animal, Scooter, and a new character, Skeeter, Scooter's look-alike sister. Occasionally they had visits from Baby Bunsen and Beaker, and even Statler and Waldorf came to visit, and later we see a recurring appearance by a "baby" version of Bean Bunny from Tale of the Bunny Picnic. The moral glue that held these Muppets together was Nanny (voiced by Barbara Billingsley of Leave it to Beaver fame), a character whose body was only shown from the waist down and we all remember the green striped socks. The one thing that made the Muppet Babies memorable were not the Muppets themselves, but the live action that was inter-cut with the cartoon action (consisting mostly of film and TV clips, etc). Also, the Muppet Babies were inspired by a small scene in the 1984 film, "The Muppets Take Manhattan". In 1986, the show was extended to an hour to accommodate another cartoon series Little Muppet Monsters, and then in 1987, new episodes were shown with repeats of previous Muppet Babies episodes. Little Muppet Monsters After the huge success of Muppet Babies CBS decided to expand the series by adding an extra half hour which was to be filled by a new show called "Little Muppet Monsters". The whole hour would be dubbed "Jim Henson's Muppet's, Babies and Monsters". The mixture of live action puppetry and animation featuring Muppet characters proved too much and the show was pulled by Jim Henson, after only two shows had aired. After the end credits and logos were shown, there was an ending segment in which eventually Animal shouts "Gooooooooo bye-bye!". Reruns were shown on Nickelodeon through the early to mid 1990's on Nick. Jr at 10:30 - 11:00 A.M. In 1997 Nick Jr stoped airing re-runs to acominadate the new series Franklin Some of the first Nick Jr shows that aired with Muppet Babies were [show]The Busy World of Richard Scarry (9:30-10:00 a.m. and 1:00-1:30 p.m.), Allegra's Window, Little Bear, Gullah Gullah Island Also on the NICK JR. schedule are Rupert (10:00-10:30 a.m.), Jim Henson's Muppet Babies (10:30-11:00 a.m.) and Papa Beaver's Storytime (1:30-2:00 p.m.). First Telecast: November 5, 1984 Last Telecast: December 29, 1990 Episodes: 107 Color episodes Production: CBS. Animation Theme Song: Muppet Babies, we make our dreams come true Muppet Babies will do the same for you (Kermit)When your world looks kind of weird and you wish that you weren't there (Piggy)Just close your eyes and make believe, and you can be anywhere (Kermit)I like adventures (Piggy)I like romance (Fozzie)I love great jokes (Animal)Animal dance! (Scooter)I got my computer (Skeeter)I flip through the air (Rowlf)I play the piano (Gonzo)And I got blue hair, ha! (Bunsen)Me, I invent things (Beaker)Meep, meep, meep, meeeeeeeeeeep! (Nanny)Is everyone alright in here? (Babies) Yes, Nanny Muppet Babies, we make our dreams come true Muppet Babies will do the same for you Muppet, Muppet, Muppet, Muppet Babies, Babies, Babies, Babies Your dreams will come true In both the second half-hour on CBS (and in later seasons), and in reruns, the theme song was significantly shortened. Muppet Babies taught lessons to children in many ways. The most powerful was through song. An example if from an episode in which Kermit does not know what he want to be when he grown up. Be be be what you want to be Do do do what you want to do Be be be what you want to be It's up to you wo-wo-wo-woah SCOOTER: Be a pilot and go for a flight Take us all to dinner in your jet some night PIGGY: Or be the first farmer in history To figure out a way to grow an ice cream tree ANIMAL: "Yummy" GONZO: What about an international spy? You could be an agent for the FBI. ROWLF: Or you could be a singer at the top of the charts ALL: Of course you'd hire us to sing the background parts Wa-ooo PIGGY: You can have the things you want If you know what your looking for - wa-ooo There's a world of possibilities ALL: All you got to do is open the door Be be be what you want to be Do do do what you want to do Be be be what you want to be It's up to you SCOOTER: Be a doctor and heal the sick SKEETER: Or a football star KERMIT: Well I can certainly kick PIGGY: Be a playwright, put us in your plays FOZZIE: Or you can be a teacher ALL: Give everyone A's! GONZO: Be a plumber, SCOOTER: Or a painter, ROWLF: " Or ladies and gentlemen, the President of the United States!" PIGGY: " Oh thank you, thank you." You you you, It's all up to you woah woah woah woah Musical interlude GONZO: What about an international spy? You could be an agent for the FBI. ROWLF: Or you could be a singer at the top of the charts ALL: Of course you'd hire us to sing the background parts Be be be what you want to be Do do do what you want to do Be be be what you want to be It's up to you wo-wo-wo-woah Muppet Babies set a trend for other well known characters being features in animated pint-sized programs. Such shows include Baby Looney Tunes, Tiny Toon Adventures, The Flintstone Kids, The New Archies, A Pup Named Scooby Doo, Yo, Yogi, and Tom and Jerry Kids. Six of these shows were made in between 1984 (Muppet Babies) to 1990. Characters: Kermit: He is none-other then a small green frog with a big imagination. He is the leader of the group and his best friend is Fozzie. Frequently he has his famous gulp when things are not going as planned. It usually goes something like this, "Oh boy..GULP!" Fozzie: Wacko, Wacko, Wacko! Is what Fozzie frequent expresses after one of his jokes. Most jokes he says are actually not funny, but he has high spirits of becoming a comedian. Miss Piggy: This little piglet has a huge crush on Kermit the frog. She expresses her passion and love for him in many ways; verbally or emotionally. Her dream is to be Mrs.Kermit (while Kermit actually does not have the same "feelings" for her that she does for him. Gonzo: A mystery is right here on what this little guy is. Some thing he is a cross-over between a monkey and alien, but who really knows!? He has a huge crush on Miss Piggy and hopes that he and her will have kids someday. Gonzo sometimes gets a little annoying to the group, but he finds some way to make it up to them! Rowlf: A musician in the making. You hardly even seen Rowlf without playing his white piano. He is more of they shy type, but finds it easy to express himself through songs. He is more of a loner, but he is a great friend to all the nursery children. Animal: Many ask what kind of animal he is, but no one knows. He is a loud non speaking Muppet who is very energetic. Many times you will see him hanging on the nursery chandler while playing hide and seek. At the end of many episode he will have the last word weather is is an action or a big hearty laugh. Nanny: What oh what would the nursery be without her supervision? She teaches lessons to the Muppet Babies through tough-love, but they always get the point. We never learned what she looked like beyond her neck. She is famous for her green and white striped socks that only the babies were able to see. Nanny is always there for the young children whether they need a lesson on life or a "boo-boo" to be kissed. Airing Information CBS: September 15, 1984 to September7, 1985 as Muppet Babies. Thirty minutes. CBS: September 14, 1985 to September 6, 1986 as Jim Henson's Muppet Babies and Monsters. Thirty minutes. CBS: September 13, 1986 to September 12, 1987 as Jim Henson's Muppet Babies and Monsters. Sixty minutes. CBS: September 19, 1987 to September 3, 1988 as Jim Henson's Muppet Babies and Monsters. Ninety minutes. CBS: September 10, 1988 to September 7, 1992 as Jim Henson's Muppet Babies and Monsters. Sixty minutes. Rebroadcast on FOX: September 2, 1991 to September 4, 1992. Rebroadcast on Nickelodeon (Nick Jr): September 28, 1992 to November, 2, 1997. Rebroadcast on Noggin: ____ to 2003. The airdates for the following channels that Muppet Babies aired on are unknown: Odyssey Networkv (Now Hallmark), The Disney Channel's Playhouse Disney, and non-network syndication. MTV2 has a show called Wonder Showzen in which their is a spin-off of Muppet Babies called Wonder Showzen Premies. In the mid 80's Mcdonald's sold small Muppet Babies toys with their Happy Meals (a menu item designed for children). The different toys are outlined below: 1986 Muppet Babies I Happy Meal (Limited Test Market Distribution) 1986 Canadian Happy Meal Set.Gonzo Fozzie Miss Piggy Kermit Animal (part of Canadian set only) 1987 Muppet Babies II Happy Meal Gonzo Fozzie Miss Piggy Kermit Animal Kermit (alernate w/ rollerskates) Miss Piggy (alernate w/ rollerskates) 1988 Storybook Muppet Babies Happy Meal Just Kermit and Me - book The Legend of Gimme Gulch - book Baby Piggy the Living Doll - book 1988 Christmas Plush 1991 Happy Meal Set.Baby Fozzie in Christmas Hat & Scarf. 10 1/2 inches. Baby Kermt in Christmas plaid vest & Santa hat. 8 inches. Baby Miss Piggy in Christmas Dress 1991 Muppet Babies III Happy Meal Fossie Gonzo Kermit Miss Piggy DVD Information: Many have been asking about a Muppet Babies DVD release. There is no news about one, but if it were to be released it would be under Disney. Disney has already started releasing their animation library of television shows i.e Ducktales, Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers, Gummi Bears, Talespin, Darkwing Duck, and Gargoyles. The problem is that Muppet Babies featured many clips from various movies which have an expensive price due to copy rights. If you like this show you will also like Baby Looney Tunes. "Go bye-bye! Lalalalala..." NOTE FROM EDITOR: I have had many individuals copy my summary for the show with out my permission! This is illegal and plagiarism. One example is www.dvdavenue.tv which is selling illegal bootleg copies of the show. If you see any other websites that have any portions or whole copies of this please PM me, jamminjake245. The series won 7 Daytime Emmy Awards forOutstanding Animated Program of 1984-1987, Outstanding Film Sound Editing of 1984, and 1988 and Outstanding Film Sound Mixing.moreless
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    Now and Again

    Now and Again

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    CBS (ended 2000)
    Now and Again premiered on CBS television in September 1999 and focused on what would happen if a dead man's brain were removed and placed in a body with superhuman strength and mental powers. Michael Wiseman, now Michael Newman, was drafted to assist a government scientist on a variety of projects. Michael's refusal to give up his family from his "past life," however, proved more difficult to contend with than any in the government could ever have guessed.

    Build a man with the speed of Michael Jordan, the strength of Superman and the grace of Fred Astaire. A guy who's going to look good, be young, be omnipotent. Wild, huh?

    The Six Million Dollar Man for the new millennium maybe? It could have been. It featured a unique concept and a strong cast, many of which now appear in various popular series. but a massive audience never really caught on for the program. Though the program had a strong cult following and many efforts were made to revive it and have it released on DVD. As of 2006, however, no DVD set is available.

    All said and done, this was a series that likely should have done better than it did. It was funny, with great action scenes and compelling emotional plots. It also featured a strong cliffhanger ending, one which there will likely never be a resolution to.

    Where Have They Been and Where Are They Now?

    Now and Again featured a strong cast that now appear in many hit television series.

    Eric Close - Michael New/Wiseman - Close can now be seen as Agent Martin Fitzgerald in another CBS program, the hit procedural drama Without a Trace.

    Dennis Haysbert - Dr. Theodore Morris - Haysbert enjoyed great success as President David Palmer on FOX's 24. He also appeared in a series of commercials for All State Insurance and now stars as Jonas Blane on CBS's The Unit.

    Gerrit Graham - Roger Bender - Graham appeared as Q/Quinn in Star Trek: Voyager. After being largely inactive in television for a few years, he returned with a guest stint on Law and Order. He also recently performed the character Mr. John Willoughby in the film Stick it in Detroit.

    Margaret Colin - Lisa Wiseman - Colin's most recent television work was a guest stint on Law and Order: Criminal Intent.

    Heather Matarazzo - Heather Wiseman - Now starring on the series The Rules: A Lesbian Survival Guide. Also appeared as Lilly Moscovitz in both Princess Diaries films.

    Many of the show staff have also moved on to other popular projects. For example, creator Glenn Gordon Caron went on to create the hit NBC drama Medium.moreless
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    Wolf Lake

    Wolf Lake

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    CBS (ended 2002)
    Seattle police detective John Kanin has a problem. He's in love, but shortly after agreeing to marry him, his girlfriend disapears. His search leads to her home town, where people are clearly hiding information from him. One of the things they are hiding is the fact that they are all wolves, as is John's girlfriend, Ruby.moreless
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    The New Scooby-Doo Movies

    The New Scooby-Doo Movies

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    CBS (ended 1974)
    After the original run of Scooby-Doo Where Are You (1969-70), Hanna-Barbera continued the success of the great dane and his mystery-solving sidekicks Shaggy, Daphne, Fred, and Velma in their first spinoff series The New Scooby-Doo Movies which debuted about two years later on the CBS Saturday morning schedule. The formula remained the same as they investigated several mysteries, resulting in the capture and unmasking of a ghost or monster as a villain in disguise making efforts to carry out some nefarious plot. However, there were two significant differences. First, the episodes were double the length of the original series (about 45 minutes without commercials), and second, the gang was joined by a number of guest stars, from real life celebrities like Sonny and Cher, Jonathan Winters, and Jerry Reed, to fictional characters like the Addams Family, and even crossovers with characters from other H-B series, including Jeannie, Josie and the P u s s y cats, and Speed Buggy. The majority of episodes in this series had two titles. The official titles are the ones primarily listed here at TV.com. The secondary titles are usually seen as "Scooby-Doo Meets _____________", which will be listed in episode notes. But there were exceptions for those episodes in which certain stars appeared multiple times, as the episodes featuring the Three Stooges, Batman and Robin, Don Knotts, and the Harlem Globetrotters only had one title. Overall, this was a fun and entertaining series and it was pretty cool to see Scooby and the gang interact with favorite stars from the old era. From the real life celebrities, to superheroes, and even their fellow H-B stars, the Scooby gang was always bound to have a grand adventure working alongside guest stars traveling the country and solving mysteries. The New Scooby-Doo Movies is among several Hanna-Barbera series that air every now and then on Boomerang from Cartoon Network. Check your local listings.moreless
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    Dangerous Curves

    Dangerous Curves

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    CBS (ended 1993)
    An action-packed TV drama/crime show, DANGEROUS CURVES, brings us the cases of the exclusive private security/investigation firm titled "Personal Touch." Gina McKay (Lise Cutter) and Holly Williams (Michael Michelle) are leaders of a team of people who solve crime cases and bring the criminals to justice. They are aided by Lt. Ozzie Bird (Gregory McKinney), Marina Bonnelle (Diane Bellego; season 1 only) and Alexandre 'Alex' Dorleac (François-Eric Gendron; season 2 only). The show started as a midseason replacement and then went into a full season next September. However, the show wasn't renewed for a third season.moreless
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    Brooklyn Bridge

    Brooklyn Bridge

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    CBS (ended 1993)
    One of TV's best new series in 1991 was this loving portrait of 1950s Brooklyn, brought to the small screen, by and based loosely on the childhood of Gary David Goldberg.moreless
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    The Great Adventure

    The Great Adventure

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    CBS (ended 1964)
    TV series of dramatizations of the lives of famous historical persons, as well as important historical events.
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    Pete and Gladys

    Pete and Gladys

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    CBS (ended 1962)
    a spin-off of "December Bride"
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    MacGyver

    MacGyver

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    CBS