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    Any Day Now

    Any Day Now

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    Lifetime (ended 2002)
    Any Day Now tells the story of a friendship between two successful women in Birmingham, Alabama. M.E. is a writer, wife, mother and grandmother; Rene is a single attorney who specializes in civil rights law. Through flashbacks in each episode, we see how their personalities and their friendship developed in the dawn of the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s. The show's theme song is "Any Day Now", which was written in the 1960s by Burt Bacharach and Bob Hilliard, and was a huge hit for Chuck Jackson, who recorded it in 1962. Lori Petty sings the version heard on the show.moreless
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    Intimate Portrait

    Intimate Portrait

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    Lifetime (ended 2004)
    Delve into the lives of celebrated women! Get a personal perspective on some of the most impressive women in art, entertainment, politics, business, science, journalism and sports. Learn about their ups and downs, heartaches and happy endings. Listen as they describe their childhoods, careers and personal relationships in their own words — and hear from their close friends and family too. From 1995 to 2004, the popular series featured former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, actress Sela Ward, journalist Diane Sawyer and astronaut Sally Ride, Shania Twain, among others. First Telecast: January 3, 1995 261 Color Episodes LIFETIME BROADCAST HISTORY: January 1995 - November 2003 --- Monday, 7PM December 2003 - August 2004 --- Saturday, 11PMmoreless
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    The Main Ingredient

    The Main Ingredient

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    Lifetime (ended 1997)
    The Main Ingredient is a cooking and dining TV show hosted by award-winning celebrity chef and restaurateur Bobby Flay. The Lifetime network brings their cameras inside Bobby's kitchen, and they follow him around the globe as he shows audiences how to prepare exotic dishes. The chef gives step-by-step instructions on some of his most famous dishes, and he also shows restaurateurs the best places to eat while traveling. Flay opens the series with cooking instruction on some of his signature barbecue dishes, including Grilled Cherry Tomato Chutney, Cucumber Raita and Grilled Halibut with Corn-Coconut Curry Sauce. During the season, Flay takes small trips to places like New York's Italian restaurant, La Puglia Ristorante, which has been around since the turn of the century. Grilled Warm Potato Salad with Roasted Garlic and Black Olive Dressing and Key Lime Tequila Milkshake are on the menu when Flay takes his crew south to Mexico. The chef also cooks for some famous people throughout the season, including actors Tony Lo Bianco and Robert Woods. moreless
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    Denise Austin's Fit and Lite

    Denise Austin's Fit and Lite

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    Lifetime
    Denise Austin's Fit and Lite aired on Lifetime TV from 1999-2006. Host, Denise Austin, added this show as a "lower impact" version of her Daily Workout show. Fit and Lite aired in the time slot just before Daily Workout. The show focused mostly on yoga and stretching at the beginning and end of the workouts with low impact aerobics and basic strengthening exercises in the middle portions. The settings were either exotic, desert, or mountain locales. Denise always wore fashionable (and skimpy) fitness attire and looked wonderful working out in it.moreless
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    Coming Home

    Coming Home

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    Coming Home is a television miniseries that aired on the Lifetime Network in 1998. It stars Emily Mortimer, Peter O'Toole, Joanna Lumley and Penelope Kieth. It tells the story of Judith (Emily Mortimer), who gets adopted by the wealthy family of her best friend Loveday (Katie Ryder Richardson). This movie is set in war time, and as the story progresses, the audience witnesses the change and devastation of a once affluent family that has been affected by World War II. Coming Home was filmed in England and was produced by Yorkshire Television. It was written by John Goldsmith, who adapted the novel written by Rosamunde Pilcher. This miniseries tells the story of how friendship and love can stand the tests of time, regardless of the circumstances. Other actors featured in this movie are Anneliese Uhlig, David McCallum, Paul Bettany, Carol Drinkwater, and Susan Hampshire. In 1999, a follow up sequel titled Nancherrow was released in the UK.moreless
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    Oh Baby

    Oh Baby

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    Lifetime (ended 2000)
    Tracy is a middle-aged woman in her 30's. She lives her life normally as her biological clock is ticking away. She wants to finally settle down, marry, and have children. Suddenly, she realizes that probably all of the women in the office are pregnant. So, she decides to become a single mother. The people supporting her are: Charlotte, Tracy's best friend who is a psychiatrist and she has been divorced already twice; her brother Ernie who would like to quit his unhappy marriage and go painting in the Europe; Celia, Tracy's mother who is no table to have a conversation with somebody without the word "I". This series aired on Lifetime for 2 Seasons and 44 episodes. It was one more of those shows that were possible to make a big succession, but it was dropped after the second season. Since I made this decision to become a single mother, I've got a lot of thinking. In my generation of women grew up in some medium cave of age, And they practiced on us. I was told as a child That my goal was to be a mommy. That seemed right. Then, in rapid succession I was better than man, The same as man, They were born equal. And equal to them, but different. Interesting, that after so many different paimail role models, My real goal is still to be mommy. Also broadcasted in: - Finland - Great Britain - Spain: Canal + Spain - France: Canal + Francemoreless
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    Debt

    Debt

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    Lifetime (ended 1998)
    In the game of Debt, three players who are in the red by anywhere from $6,000 to $8,500 compete for the chance to win enough money to pay off their bills (or as they said on the show, "Go home with nothing!") At the beginning of the show, the debts are averaged to make things fair. In the first season, the first round consisted of 5 categories, each with 5 questions ranging in value from -$50 to -$250 in increments of $50. A box was picked, the clue was read, and the player who buzzed in got to guess. If correct, the player had that amount reduced from his/her debt. All questions used an "I am/You are" format, and players were penalized if they gave an incorrect answer. One of the questions was the "Debtinator" that was the round's most difficult question in the producers' opinion, and was worth -$500, regardless of the face value of the question. When time runs out or all the questions had been asked, the contestant with the highest debt was eliminated and got a consolation prize of $250 in a piggy bank. Round 2 is called Gambling Debt. 5 categories had values of -$300, -$400, -$500, -$750 and -$1,500. All categories had a list of something (IE: States I-35 Travels to). In turn, the contestants bid on how many they can name (ala Name That Tune's Bid-A-Note). The bidding's over once a contestant reaches the maximum amount or if a contestant tells an opponent to "Prove it!" (Name That Tune). The controlling contestant would have to get every answer right to win the money, but if he or she failed to complete the contract, the other player's debt was reduced. This game was played until either there's no way the opponent could catch up or the $1,500 question is played. The loser got a consolation prize of $500 in a piggy bank (for the record; I-35 travels to Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma & Texas). Bonus (Part 1): The winning contestant now played for his/her original debt to be erased. The player had 60 seconds to answer 10 questions correctly in a specific category. If he or she does, their debt is paid in full. If not, they kept whatever money they earned in the first two rounds, and had a chance to win $1,000 in a piggy bank on the next step. Wink would tell the contestant that they have a chance to win the value of their debt in a case the security guard holds. They can either stop or risk their newly paid debt and go for the question in which the contestant chooses a category s/he selected before the show. Bonus (Part 2): The final question is asked. If the player guessed correctly, they won the money they originally owned (or the $1,000 piggy bank if they failed on the first part of the bonus round). One male contestant was so happy, he ripped off his toupee & danced around all over it.moreless
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    Beyond Chance

    Beyond Chance

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    Lifetime (ended 2002)
    Beyond Chance is hosted by Melissa Etheridge. It explores miracles from women, but it sometimes includes men. The show is now cancelled and is off TV.
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    A Woman Named Jackie

    A Woman Named Jackie

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    Lifetime (Mini-Series 1991)
    Get to know the icon that was Jacqueline Lee Bouvier Kennedy Onassis in this entertaining 3 consecutive night, 3-part television mini-series.
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    Maggie

    Maggie

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    Lifetime (ended 1999)
    Maggie Day is turning 40 and is experiencing confused feelings of marital discontent. Her husband Art, a leading cardiologist, barely notices her existence. Her teenage daughter, Amanda, is spending all of her free time with her best friend Reg, who is a budding cartoonist who has decided he wants to be gay because "all the talented cartoonists are". Determined to change her life, she returned to school to become a vet and works parttime at a local animal clinic. Maggie develops a crush on a boss and decides to see a therapist to learn how to deal with it.moreless
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    The Hidden Room

    The Hidden Room

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    Lifetime (ended 1993)
    This half-hour anthology show usually featured a woman in hardship, musing about might-have-beens, or fighting for her life.
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    Silver Strand

    Silver Strand

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    Lifetime (ended 1995)
    As if the rigors of training under the Navy S.E.A.L isn't hard enough. A young cadet, Brian Del Piso played by Gil Bellows becomes involved with his commanding officer's beautiful wife, Michelle Hughes played by Nicollette Sheridan.moreless
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    New Attitudes

    New Attitudes

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    Lifetime (ended 2000)
    New Attitudes is a women's lifestyle show covering beauty, fashion, fitness, finance, relationships and travel.
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    In the Name of Love

    In the Name of Love

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    Lifetime (ended 1994)
    In the Name of Love is a biographic-documentary series from David Massar that tells the stories of great romances and strange courtship of some famous and infamous people. Actress Rachel Ward presents the series in thirty-minute segments from the Luttrellstown Castle in Dublin, Ireland, showing audiences how love brought people together and tore them apart. Massar starts the season with the on-and-off-again relationship between actors Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor. The show also peeks into the life of Grace Kelly and presents how a Hollywood star gave up her career to become a princess. With Rachel narrating, Massar stages the love story, using archive footage and old celebrity interviews, reconstructing the timeline between each couple's first contact and their walk down the aisle. Non-celebrities also appear during the season when Rachel finds a British couple, Mr. and Mrs. Daschle, who found love during World War II and are still together after forty years of marriage. The romances of other well-known characters, like King Henry the VIII, James Dean, Natalie Wood, Howard Hughes and madam Pearl "Polly" Adler are also showcased in the series. moreless
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    Born Lucky

    Born Lucky

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    Lifetime (ended 1993)
    Born Lucky was filmed on location at different American shopping malls. The host, Bob Goen, would select four contestants from the crowd, each of them got to compete to win up to $100, that could be spent only at the mall.moreless
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    Rodeo Drive

    Rodeo Drive

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    Lifetime (ended 1990)
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    Veronica Clare

    Veronica Clare

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    Lifetime (ended 1991)
    Private detective Veronica Clare is just like the traditional private eyes of the 1940's, except that she is: (1) non-violent (2) elegant (3) female But the classic film-noir style is there, complete with voice-over narration. Little is known of her past. Her headquarters is a jazz club in LA's Chinatown. All but one of the episodes were later combined and re-released as TV movies: Episodes #1 and #9 were combined and called "Affairs with Death". Episodes #2 and #8 were combined and called "Naked Hearts". Episodes #3 and #5 were combined and called "Deadly Minds". Episodes #4 and #6 were combined and called "Slow Violence".moreless
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