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This game show, which has been referred to as a cross between "Who wants to be a millionaire?" and "Big Brother", involves a team of nine contestants who answer general knowledge questions against the clock, and vote off the worst performer after each round. The player who survives to the end collects the prize money.
Denis Leary is back again in his sarcastically hilarious show, The Job. The Job, created by actor-comedian Denis Leary, known for his role in The Ref, and Emmy® Award-winning writer Peter Tolan (The Larry Sanders Show), goes back on duty for a second season. Denis Leary stars as Mike McNeil, a decorated New York City detective whose toughest assignment is himself. His unconventional approach to fighting crime makes him a great cop, but takes a toll on his personal life.
Daman Wayans and ABC have a huge hit on their hands with My Wife and Kids. Daman plays Michael Kyle, father and head-of-the-house to the Kyle family. His funny, unconventional methods of raising his kids are balanced out by his beautiful wife's business head and common sense.
ABC News President David Westin, during his regular morning conference call with correspondents this week, issued a 'rallying cry,' promising to defend the network's news division. The little pep talk was needed after ABC's failed bid to dump Ted Koppel's Nightline in favor of David Letterman.
Looking for a show that covers parenting, divorce, infidelity, financial hardship, and even death? Then, Once and Again, brought to you by ABC, is all of them wrapped up in one plus more. And, some how, like most of us, this family always find some way to keep pushing forward.
Barbara Walters has brought beauty, intelligence, and humor to daytime like no one else. Joining Barbara for her daily talk show are four witty women with different backgrounds and different age groups. It's an hour packed full of politics, news, and tips, not to mention celebrities, brought to you from a woman's point of view.
You might not want to check in here if you're feeling under the weather, but if you're looking to hook up with a steamy doc, then you have to check out this hospital. If you watched it when Luke and Laura Spencer were the talk of the town and passionately in love, then you'll have to see what they're up to now.
No, it's not "Marry A Millionaire" again, but it sounds pretty close. The Bachelor, ABC's new reality series, is due to air Monday, the 25th, at 9 p.m. A 31 year old man, 25 ladies! Is it possible to pick only one? Well, this show has a host with some advice for our bachelor to help him.
Bill Maher brings controversy and thought to prime time every Tuesday night on ABC with Politically Incorrect where you can look forward to seeing a casual panel of celebs and note-worthy people discussing the hot spots of politics and news. Guaranteed to make you think and ruffle a few feathers.
Kim Delaney, from NYPD Blue, brings you beauty and spunk to one of ABC's new dramas, Philly. She is woman, hear her roar. A year out of law school and she already owns her own firm, and she's steadily making a name for herself as a tough, no-nonsense lawyer. How can life not be interesting, to say the least, when your arrogant ex-husband is the district attorney?
'Set against the gritty and volatile backdrop of New York City, NYPD Blue powerfully portrays realistic characters devoting themselves to the pursuit of justice while struggling to maintain an ever-elusive sense of humanity.' Each week you enter the lives of the men and women in blue. You can see their struggle and joy in their work and in their personal life as well. If you're looking for compelling drama, then you have to look behind these badges.
Young thespians, Martin Spanjers ("Daddio"), Kaley Cuoco ("Ladies Man"), and Amy Davidson have seized roles in ABC's "8 Simple Rules." The show is based on W. Bruce Cameron's book "8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter." Cuoco and Davidson will play the two teenage daughters while Spanjers will play the son. The roles of the father and mother have yet to be cast.
That's right, someone has given John McEnroe a job. Not just any job though. He's the new host for a new game show on ABC called The Chair. It's not like any other game show. You can pretend to keep your cool with a smile on your face, but the pounding of your heart can break your bank.
According to Jim, starring Jim Belushi, is one of ABC's newest comedies this season. Happily married with three kids, Jim is an all-American guy's guy, not quick to admit fault, but a softie underneath. You might even recognize his on-screen wife, Courtney Thorne-Smith, who balances the show with her sweet personality.
The Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation is urging members to voice their complaints to Roanoke and Lynchburg-based station WSET-TV, after the affiliate yanked Monday night's episode entitled "The Gay-Straight Alliance." The episode featured Jessie Sammler, Evan Rachel Wood, confronting feelings toward her friend Katie. The two eventually smooch.
ABC's new, untitled drama about the family of a media mogul is bringing in the stars right and left and John Larroquette is just the beginning. Patrick Dempsey, Martin Landau, Balthazar Getty, and Robert Sean Leonard will all star in the new series.
'Golden Globe Award-winner Jenna Elfman and Golden Globe Award-nominee Thomas Gibson return for a fifth season in the romantic, half-hour comedy, Dharma & Greg. A hit since its first season, the series celebrates the power of love and family to overcome the obstacles in a union of opposites.'
Created by Sydney Newman, the series began in January of 1961 and ended in September 1969. It starred Patrick MacNee as Steed and various actresses as his sidekick; among them Diana Rigg as Mrs Peel and Honour Blackman as Dr. Catherine Gale.
The show can be described as a James Bond-type spoof. Similar to American show, The Man from U.N.C.L.E.
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Absolutely Fabulous ran from 1992 to 1996 on the BBC. It starred Jennifer Saunders as Edina 'Eddy' Margaret Rose Monsoon and Joanna Lumley as Eurydice Clytemnestra Dido Bathsheba Rabelais Patricia 'Patsy' Cocteau Stone . Also in the cast were Julia Sawalha (Saffron 'Saffy' Monsoon ) and Jane Horrocks (Bubbles).
The premise involved two ex-hippies and Edina's sensible daughter, Saffy and how the two complicated the daughters life.