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    Dick Powell Show

    Dick Powell Show

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    NBC (ended 1963)
    The Dick Powell Show was a dramatic anthology series from the early 60's. Not only did Dick Powell host the series but he also appeared in several episodes. Several episodes were actual pilots for TV Series' only two of them made it. One being "Burke's Law" and the other being "Saints and Sinners". One of the ones that didn't make it was "Safari" with Glynis Johns and James Coburn, it was based on the movie "The African Queen". Dick Powell died January 2, 1963 and the future episodes were hosted by a variety of stars all paying homage to this marvelous singer, writer, actor, director and true renaissance man. *Note: Aired in syndication as "Dick Powell Theater".moreless
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    Camp

    Camp

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    NBC (ended 2013)
    Camp on NBC tells the story of a recently divorced summer camp owner, her teenage son, friends, staff and guests who all stay in this traditional family camp for the summer. New friendships are made, alliances are forged and some old flings are rekindled in the summer heat... but will they be able to withstand against upcoming summer storms and bumps along the way? Especially since more modern camp across the lake does bring some rival spirit in the mix... Whatever will be the outcome at the end of summer, you can be sure that drama, fun and crazy wild adventures will keep us company on this amazing ride which is the Camp. moreless
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    V: The Original Miniseries (1983)

    V: The Original Miniseries (1983)

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    NBC (Mini-Series 1983)
    They came to Earth, disguised as friends. But instead, they took the planet's water and its people for food. But there's a resistance... to save the people and the planet.

    These two miniseries are followed by V: The Series, which aired on NBC for one season.moreless
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    State of Affairs

    State of Affairs

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    NBC
    Centers on a CIA attaché who counsels the president on intense and high-stakes situations all over the world while she also balances her intense political responsibilities as welll as a complicated personal life.moreless
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    The Lyon's Den

    The Lyon's Den

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    NBC (ended 2003)
    Episodes: 13 Episodes were made but only 6 episodes aired because the show got canceled after only airing 6 episodes Another Washington-based drama starring Rob Lowe. Jack Turner, the idealistic son of a political dynasty, handles cases and navigates the inner workings of a 150-year-old law firm that is potentially harboring some dark secrets. Also working at Lyon, Lacrosse & Levine is Jack's practical friend George Riley, who is being forced to take a promotion he doesn't want; Grant Rashton, the competitive, cynical one; and Ariel Saxon, an alcoholic. ---------------------- Company Credits (PILOT) Production Companies * 20th Century Fox Television Distributors * National Broadcasting Company (NBC) Other Companies * Act One Script Clearance Inc. script clearance ------------------------------ Company Credits (Series) Production Companies * 20th Century Fox Television * Baby Owl Productions (as Baby Owl Works) * Brad Grey Television Distributors * Channel 5 Television (2004-) (UK) (TV) * National Broadcasting Company (NBC) (USA) Special Effects * i.d.entity (visual effects) Other Companies * Holga Roll-X mobile filing systems * Imaginary Forces main title design * Long Line Editorial music editorial * Matchframe Video post-production services * Mattweb Music music editing services * Panavision camera and lenses * Todd Studios post-production sound * Warner Bros. Sound post-production sound * West A. Thomson Business law books and Westlaw furnished by ----------------------------------------------- Awards American Society of Cinematographers, USA 2004 -- Nominated -- Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography in Movies of the Week/Mini-Series'/Pilot for Network or Basic Broadcast TV -- Michael Mayers ---------------------------- Release dates (pilot) USA -- 28 September 2003 Chile -- 2 August 2004 -------------------------------- Release Dates (series) USA -- 28 September 2003 Finland --17 March 2004 Argentina -- 5 April 2004 Netherlands -- 21 June 2004 -------------------------------------- Filming Locations 1. 20th Century Fox Studios - 10201 Pico Blvd., Century City, Los Angeles, California, USA 2. Los Angeles, California, USA ---------------------------------------moreless
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    Wide Country

    Wide Country

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    NBC (ended 1963)
    In Wide Country, Mitch Guthrie is an award winning bronco rider in the rodeo circuit who does his best to keep Andy, his kid brother, from following in his footsteps.
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    The Crossing

    The Crossing

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    NBC
    A mysterious soldier arrives in a small town and becomes a hero to the people living there. The soldier is haunted by flashbacks to the Civil War time period.
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    Aquarius

    Aquarius

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    NBC
    David Duchovny stars as an LAPD sergeant involved in an undercover investigation that will ultimately lead to Charles Manson.
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    The Doctors (1963)

    The Doctors (1963)

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    NBC (ended 1982)
    It began as an anthology series before becoming a full-fledged soap opera on March 2, 1964. BROADCAST HISTORY first seen at 2:30p weekdays; sometime in the 1970s, it moved to 12:00p weekdays until its cancellation on December 31, 1982moreless
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    Somerset

    Somerset

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    NBC (ended 1976)
    Originally titled “Another World: Somerset,” as a spin-off from NBC’s more popular soap, the original cast included several characters who transferred from “Another World’s” Bay City: newlyweds Sam and LaHoma Lucas, architect Robert Delaney, and bad-girl Pammy Davis. Most of these cross-over characters were eventually overshadowed as the soap attempted to create a world of its own. “Somerset” in its early years dealt largely with the middle-class Grant family and the wealthy Delaney clan. Never a ratings giant, the soap was nevertheless home to a stable of reliable and well-respected actors who spent their careers in daytime drama, including Joel Crothers (Julian Cannell), Marie Wallace (India Delaney), Nicholas Coster (Robert Delaney), Tina Sloan (Kate Thornton), and Lois Kibbee (Emily Moore). Stage actress Lois Smith made a splash as the unbalanced Zoe Cannell and returned from time to time to murder various characters whose portrayers were being stubborn during contract negotiations. Considering its relatively short life, the show helped launch a surprising number of acting careers: Sigourney Weaver, Jameson Parker, Gary Sandy, Audrey Landers, JoBeth Williams, and Ted Danson all spent time in Somerset. Bibi Besch went on to play Jim Carey’s mother, Katharine Hepburn’s daughter-in-law, and the mother of Kirk’s son in “Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan.” Actor Ernest Thompson, playing the role which Ted Danson would inherit, later changed career paths by writing a little thing called “On Golden Pond,” and winning an Oscar for his efforts. In its later years, the soap was scripted by noted mystery writer Henry Slesar, who accomplished the considerable feat of writing both “Somerset” and “The Edge of Night” simultaneously. The show never found its niche, however, and did not have the longevity which its cast and writing deserved.moreless
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    Inconceivable

    Inconceivable

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    NBC (ended 2005)
    "Inconceivable" is an ensemble drama in which the doctors of the Family Options Fertility Clinic help desperate couples give birth. The Clinic co-founders are attorney Rachel Lu and Dr. Malcolm Bowers and their staff, including psychologist Lydia Crawford, Nurse Patrice LoCicero, office manager Marissa Jaffee, and attorney Scott Garcia.moreless
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    Texas

    Texas

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    NBC (ended 1982)
    When the CBS night-time soap "Dallas" (1978-91) became a huge ratings success, NBC decided to try a similar formula during daytime. In 1980, one of the most popular villainess characters on "Another World," Iris Cory Carrington, was spun off into her own show, called "Texas" when her son Dennis Carrington moved to Houston, with Iris in tow. Beverlee McKinsey played Iris, who had spent years causing mayhem in Bay City (on "Another World"). (She got star billing on "Texas.") To make her a little more sympathetic as a leading character, the writers gave her a previously untold backstory: Many years earlier, she'd loved and lost a young man named Alex Wheeler (Bert Kramer). Unknown to Iris, Alex was pennyless, and after a tender night of love, he disappeared to go earn his fortune and become worthy of the rich young woman. She convinced Eliot Carrington the child she was carrying was his and lived a lie for decades to follow, never getting over Alex's rejection, and became a manipulative schemer. In early installments of "Texas" (first aired as part of "Another World") Iris and Alex rediscovered each other and their stormy romance was one of the early main storylines--climaxing when a jealous Eliot shot the groom at Iris and Alex's wedding. To protect Alex, his nephew, Ryan, told everyone--including Iris--that Alex had died of his wounds. Eventually the "widow" learned the truth, and her accidental discovery of her supposed dead husband in a hospital room was one of the most memorable performances in daytime history. McKinsey and Kramer left the show in 1981, and it stumbled along without them, never achieving high ratings. The show was cancelled in 1982. In a small bit of irony, "Texas" aired its final episode on December 31, 1982- the same date that the first "Another World" spinoff, "Somerset," aired its finale 6 years earlier.moreless
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    Empire

    Empire

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    NBC (ended 1963)
    Empire (1962) was a Western drama set on the sprawling Garret ranch in New Mexico. A multi-million dollar operation which included mining, oil, crop-raising, horse breeding, cattle and sheep herding.

    A wonderful adventure series which in the first season aired on NBC as Empire and was then shown as "Redigo."moreless
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    Crime & Punishment

    Crime & Punishment

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    NBC (ended 2004)
    "Crime & Punishment" has been described as a cross between a drama and a documentary or "drama-mentary". The series follows a real-life case from the San Diego County District Attorney's office from preparation through trial, presenting the case in a fashion similar to co-creator and executive producer Dick Wolf's "Law & Order" franchisemoreless
  • 175
    For Love or Money

    For Love or Money

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    NBC (ended 2004)
    A NBC version of ABC's The Bachelor with fifteen ladies vying for his affections and the secret they'll be forced to keep. This is The Bachelor with a twist. The girl that he picks gets a check for $1 million. The bachelor knows nothing about the money, so there will be plenty of deception and war between the ladies. At the end of each episode, each lady who was removed will go to a secret room, in which there is a folder with a check for each one. They express their feelings as they throw their check in the fire next to them. The season finale came to Paige and Erin fighting for Rob Campos to pick them. By this time, the host, Jordan Murphy Jordan, told Rob about the million dollars but Rob is not allowed to tell the girls that he knows. Rob picks Erin and takes the million dollars. Jordan tell her that she can burn her check and go for two million dollars and a guy. But if the guy doesn't pick her, she gets nothing but a small prize. She takes the gamble and burns her million dollar check. FAQS: Question: When is Season 4 going to start? Answer: It begins July 12, 2004 at 9pm it a two-hour season premiere Question: Are Erin Brodie and Chad Viggiano still together? Answer: Yes! after 3 months they appeared on the Today Show and also : They're getting married!!! NBC announced it. NBC Broadcast History June, 2003 - July, 2003 .... Monday, 9:00pm July, 2003 - September, 2003 .... Monday, 9:00pm June, 2004 - Present .... Monday, 9:00pm Special Presentations September 1, 2003 .... Monday, 9:00pm CTV Broadcast History (Canada) June, 2003 - July 2003 .... Monday, 9:00pm July, 2003 - September 2003 .... Monday 9:00pm June 7th, 2004 .... Monday 9:00pm June 14th, 2004 - Present .... Monday 8:00pmmoreless
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    Sierra

    Sierra

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    NBC (ended 1974)
    From the executive producer of Emergency! came Sierra, a short-lived police drama set in Yosemite National Park, where Chief Ranger Jack Moore led a group of rangers on a series of search and rescue missions.moreless
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    Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Model Search

    Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Model Search

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    NBC (ended 2005)
    NBC joins partner ,i>Sports Illustrated to launch a nation-wide search for the next great swimsuit supermodel with its new unscripted series timed for the launch of the magazine's famed annual Swimsuit Issue.

    During Sports Illustrated's search for an undiscovered model for the popular Swimsuit Issue, the six-episode series will focus on what it takes to become a successful swimsuit model. Twelve selected finalists will live in Los Angeles where they will compete for the chance to appear in the best selling issue of any magazine in the world and win a million-dollar modeling contract from NEXT Model Management.

    The series and competition culminate with the final two contestants who will be flown to an exotic location to shoot a photo spread for Sports Illustrated. No one will know who the winner will be until America votes as part of the series finale in February.

    Charged with the task of whittling down the field of hopeful models is a three-judge panel including former Sports Illustrated model Roshumba Williams, NEXT Model Management President Joel Wilkenfeld and Sports Illustrated swimsuit editor Jule Campbell.

    Sports Illustrated: Swimsuit Model Search is produced by Pariah, PB & J Television and Sports Illustrated. Executive producers are Gavin Polone, Patty Ivins, Julie Pizzi, Terry McDonell and Sports Illustrated's Roy S. Johnson. Jessika Borsiczky serves as producer along with co-producer Frank for Pariah.

    In Canada: Wednesdays @ 8:00 PM E/P on Global.

    Theme Song: Duran Duran - Girls On Flimmoreless
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    Here's Boomer

    Here's Boomer

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    NBC (ended 1982)
    This half-hour show had a mixed breed stray dog named Boomer (Johnny) that would enter people's lives and help them solve their problems. After helping out, Boomer would travel on down the road looking for other people to help.moreless
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    Lucas Tanner

    Lucas Tanner

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    NBC (ended 1975)
    David Hartman plays former St. Louis Cardinals baseball player and writer for Sports Week magazine Lucas Tanner. After his wife, Ellie, and son, Chip, die in a car accident, Lucas decides to dedicate the rest of his life to being a schoolteacher, helping young people to find their goal in life as he did.moreless
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    Trinity

    Trinity

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    NBC (ended 1998)
    "This powerful one-hour family drama from executive producer John Wells (ER) and creator/supervising producer Matthew McNair Carnahan (Black Circle Boys) centers on the McCallisters, a working-class Irish-Catholic family from New York's Hell's Kitchen, whose five young-adult siblings lead contrasting lives and whose fierce loyalties are often pushed to the limit." "Capturing the compelling, poignant reality of familial relationships, the series stars Tate Donovan, Charlotte Ross, Justin Louis, Sam Trammell, Bonnie Root, Kim Raver, John Spencer and Jill Clayburgh." "Bobby (Justin Louis, Public Morals) an intense, ambitious police detective who works the streets of Hell's Kitchen, believes that his brother Liam (Tony Award nominee Sam Trammell, Ah Wilderness), an emerging union leader, works for a boss tied to organized crime. Also, to Bobby's dismay, his wife Clarissa (Kim Raver, Central Park West) maintains a suspiciously close relationship with Liam. Kevin McCallister (Tate Donovan, Warner Bros.' Friends and Hercules), a young parish priest, and the rest of the family concern themselves with the wild, self-destructive behavior of the youngest of the clan, Amanda (Bonnie Root, Home Invasion). Successful stockbroker and older sister Fiona's (Charlotte Ross, Days of Our Lives) long-term affair with her married boss wreaks havoc on her self-esteem. A sixth sibling [Mikey] died under mysterious circumstances years ago." "The tightly knit clan gathers weekly at the home of their parents, Eileen and Simon McCallister, for Sunday dinner -- putting aside conflicts and focusing on the unwavering love that's at the core of this family." (Warner Bros. press release) After four years of giving them huge audiences from that hospital show he helped bring to the small screen, NBC wanted John Wells to give them another rambling ensemble drama along the same lines -- and the same ratings. Wells latched on to a script from indie filmmaker Matthew McNair Carnahan, and chose this as his next project, claiming at the time that it was as different from ER as night and day. Wells also acknowledged that sudsy family dramas like Trinity have hardly ever been instant hits in the past -- as ER was and as NBC wanted -- and that, as a slow-building show, it needed a patient network who would give it time to develop an audience. Seems he momentarily forgot what network he sold it to. Trinity redefined slow-building (actually, it redefined reverse-building), and was yanked off the schedule at the beginning of November sweeps, three weeks after its belated premiere, two weeks after NBC's programming division underwent management changes. NBC stated they would make an announcement on its future by Christmas, but the coffin was sealed pretty much shut when reruns of Law & Order (incidentally, a slow-building show they somehow did manage to let grow) pulled bigger numbers. NBC never did make that announcement, and Warner Bros. stopped production four episodes early. The following season, John Wells took John Spencer, Kim Raver, Skipp Sudduth, Bobby Cannavale and a lot of the production crew with him -- and proved he wasn't a one-hit wonder. Right around the time Trinity dropped off the face of prime time, the programming chief who developed it, Warren Littlefield, was sent on his merry way. In January, 1999, a Littlefield-free NBC saw Trinity's Friday vacancy filled with a sudsy family drama called Providence. Which gave...well, you all know what came of that. Trinity is produced by John Wells Productions, in association with Warner Bros. Television Broadcast History ----------------- Oct 1998-Nov 1998, Fri 9:00-10:00 First telecast: October 16, 1998 Last telecast (National): November 6, 1998 Last telecast (West Coast): February 28, 1999 Show type: Drama Number of episodes: 9 Media: 35mm filmmoreless
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