With Milo Ventimiglia as a rich boy college newspaper editor, I looked forward for every episode. Ventimiglia was excellent. He absolutely scorched as the former womanizing, alcoholic. He gave up alcohol. He was trying to repair his relationship with women. (It would have been great if he had played gay - since he did it so well in "Boy's Life 2: Must Be the Music.") The show introduced a gay character in the newspaper just before the show was cancelled - pity.
If the romances in "The Bedford Diaries" hadn't been so ridiculously clichéd, the series might have had better luck.
Matthew Modine as a professor overseeing a sexuality class was really rich!