Twin Peaks


What:
Twin Peaks


Who:
Kyle MacLachlan - Special Agent Dale Cooper
Michael Ontkean - Sheriff Harry S. Truman
Richard Beymer - Benjamin Horne
Lara Flynn Boyle - Donna Hayward
Sherilyn Fenn - Audrey Horne
Warren Frost - Dr. Will Hayward
Michael Horse - Deputy Tommy 'Hawk' Hill
Harry Goaz - Deputy Andy Brennan
M├Ądchen Amick - Shelly Johnson
Dana Ashbrook - Bobby Briggs
Peggy Lipton - Norma Jennings
Jack Nance - Pete Martell
Everett McGill - Big Ed Hurley
Piper Laurie - Catherine Martell
James Marshall - James Hurley
Kimmy Robertson - Lucy Moran
Eric DaRe - Leo Johnson
Wendy Robie - Nadine Hurley


When:
April 8, 1990 – June 10, 1991


Where:
ABC

Twin peaks is a multi award winning American television drama series set in the fictional town of Twin Peaks in northeastern Washington state. The series features the story of FBI Special Agent Dale Cooper (Kyle MacLachlan) as he investigates the murder of the town's popular Homecoming Queen Laura Palmer (Sheryl Lee) who was found dead, washed up on a riverbank, wrapped in plastic.

Twin Peaks originally ran on ABC Network from April 8, 1990 through June 10, 1991. The series aired a total of 30 episodes, garnering numerous prestigious awards and nominations, including 3 Golden Globe Awards.




Twin Peaks Resources:

  • Twin Peaks Online Episode guide, FAQ, cast list, timeline, Log Lady intro transcripts, image files, sound files, articles, Usenet, and mailing list postings.

Everwood


What:
Everwood


Who:
Treat Williams - Dr. Andrew 'Andy' Brown
Gregory Smith - Ephram Brown
Emily VanCamp - Amy Abbott
Debra Mooney - Edna Harper

John Beasley - Irv Harper

Vivien Cardone - Delia Brown
Chris Pratt - Bright Abbott
Tom Amandes - Dr. Harold
Abbott
Stephanie Niznik - Nina Feeney
Merrilyn Gann - Rose Abbott
Scott Wolf - Dr. Jake Hartman
Sarah Drew - Hannah Rogers

Jan Broberg Felt - Louise

Sarah Lancaster - Madison Kellner

Marcia Cross - Dr. Linda Abbott

Justin Baldoni - Reid Bardem

Mike Erwin - Colin Hart
Whitney Lee - Brittany Clark

Nancy Everhard - Sharon Hart

Ben Hammond - Sam Feeney

Nora Zehetner - Laynie Hart

Lee Garlington - Brenda Baxworth
Katie Millar - Page

Anne Heche - Amanda Hayes
Micaela Nelligan - Martha Thompson

Gordon Johnson - Mr. Jensen

When:
September 16, 2002 - June 5, 2006


Where:

The WB

Everwood
is an American television serious drama (with comedic moments) series set in the fictional small town of Everwood, Colorado. The show starts with the arrival of Dr. Andrew Brown (Treat Williams), a successful Manhattan neurosurgeon who decides to start a new life with his 9-year-old daughter Delia and 15-year-old son Ephram in the idyllic Colorado town Everwood after his wife died. He chose the town of Everwood because of his late wife's emotional attachment to the small town. But the move proved to be more than what they have bargained for, as they all discover how hard it is to try to fit in the tight-knit Everwood community, get to know Everwood people and have relationships develop and change for the better.




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The Wonder Years


What:
The Wonder Years

Who:
Fred Savage - Kevin Arnold
Dan Lauria - John "Jack" Arnold
Alley Mills - Norma Arnold
Josh Saviano - Paul Joshua Pfeiffer
Olivia d'Abo - Karen Arnold
Jason Hervey - Wayne Arnold
Danica McKellar - Gwendolyn "Winnie" Cooper
David Huddleston - Grandpa Albert Arnold
Michael Tricario - Randy Mitchell
Brandon Crane - Doug Porter
Crystal McKellar - Rebecca "Becky" Slater
Sean Baca - Craig Hobson
Krista Murphy - Carla Healy
Robert Picardo - Coach Cutlip
Wendel Meldrum - Miss White / Heimer
Ben Stein - Mr. Cantwell
Andy Berman - Chuck Coleman
Giovanni Ribisi - Jeff Billings
Lindsay Sloane - Alice Pedermeir
Juliette Lewis - Delores
Scott Menville - Dave "Wart" Shafter
Julie Condra - Madeline Adams
Lisa Gerber - Cara
Torrey Anne Cook - Debbie Pfeiffer
Josh Moskoff - Alvin Pfeiffer
Stephanie Satie - Ida Pfeiffer
Don Jeffcoat - Eric Antonio
Eric Lloyd - Young Kevin
David Schwimmer - Michael
Steven Gilborn - Mr. Collins
Buster "Skippy" Arnold

When:
March 15, 1988 - May 12, 1993

Where:
ABC Network

The Wonder Years is an Emmy Award-winning American television dramedy about the wistful and whimsical nostalgia of a 12-year-old boy coming of age in the late 1960s and early '70s. The story begins with childhood friends Kevin, Paul and Winnie on the verge of starting junior high school in 1968. Winnie's elder brother was just killed in action in Vietnam, Kevin meets Winnie in a nearby wooded area called Harpers Woods, and they end up sharing their first kiss.

The Wonder Years originally ran on ABC Network from March 15, 1988 through May 12, 1993.



The Wonder Years Links:

  • The Wonder Years Fan Site Interesting facts and a history of the show, polls, favorite quotes & scenes, and links to other sites.

Matlock


What:
Matlock


Who:

Andy Griffith - Ben Matlock

Nancy Stafford - Michelle Thomas

Clarence Gilyard Jr. - Conrad McMasters

Kene Holliday - Tyler Hudson

David Froman - Lt. Bob Brooks

Linda Purl - Charlene Matlock

Brynn Thayer - Leanne MacIntyre

Nick DeMauro - Charlie Matlock

Laura Robbins - Laura Miller

Don Knotts - Les Calhoun

Warren Frost - Billy Lewis

Julie Sommars - Julie March

Daniel Roebuck - Cliff Lewis

Carol Huston - Jerri Stone


When:

September 23, 1986 – May 7, 1995


Where:

NBC (1986 – 1992)
ABC (1992 – 1995)

Matlock
is a long-running American legal drama television series that centered on Benjamin L. "Ben" Matlock (Andy Griffith), a renowned, gruff, cantankerous, and very expensive Georgia bred, Harvard educated criminal defense attorney who often uses colorful language, but beneath it all he has a heart of gold. He is known to visit the scene of the crime to discover overlooked clues and come up with viable, alternative theories of the crime in question. He is assisted in his work by his attorney daughters Charlene (Linda Purl) and Leanne (Brynne Thayer) and his investigators Tyler Hudson (Kene Holliday), Conrad McMasters (Clarence Gilyard Jr.) and Cliff Lewis (Daniel Roebuck), who happens to be the son of Ben's boyhood friend/rival Billy Lewis (Warren Frost).


Matlock originally ran on NBC (1986 -1992) and ABC (1992 - 1995) from September 23, 1986 through May 7, 1995. Over the series' 9 seasons run with 195 episodes, it garnered a total of 6 television awards and 4 nominatios.



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Smart Guy


What:
Smart Guy

Who:
Tahj Mowry - T.J. Henderson John Marshall Jones - Floyd Henderson Jason Weaver - Marcus Henderson Omar Gooding - Morris "Mo Tibbs" Essence Atkins - Tasha Yvette Henderson

When:
April 2, 1997 – May 16, 1999

Where:
The WB

Smart Guy was an American sitcom, about the misadventures of a ten-year-old kid named T.J. Henderson played by Tahj Mowry, and well known for his extraordinary intelligence. After being promoted from 4th grade to 10th Grade, T.J. deals with the usual problems of fitting in as a genius, while being a little kid in a big world of high school. Together with his dimwitted yet lovable best friend Mo Tibbs, his fairly popular brother Marcus Henderson, Tasha Yvette Henderson, his intelligent and activist sister, and Floyd Henderson , his father which consider as patriarch of the family.

Smart Guy ran for three seasons with 51 episodes aired from March 26, 1997 until May 16, 1999 on the WB Television Network. Smart Guy was one of the last series produced by Walt Disney Television for prime time television.





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Airwolf


What:
Airwolf

Who:
Jan-Michael Vincent - Stringfellow Hawke
Alex Cord - Michael 'Archangel' Coldsmith Briggs III
Ernest Borgnine - Dominic Santini
Jean Bruce Scott - Caitlin O'Shaughnessy
Deborah Pratt - Marella
Barry Van Dyke - Saint John Hawke
Michele Scarabelli - Jo Santini
Geraint Wyn Davies - Mike Rivers
Anthony Sherwood - Jason Locke
William B. Davis - Newman

When:
January 22, 1984 - August 7, 1987

Where:
CBS

Airwolf was an American action series that featured a the most sophisticated supersonic military helicopter, codenamed Airwolf, and its crew as they take on various types of dangerous flying missions.



Airwolf Resources:

  • The Airwolf Homepage Includes news, interviews, articles, technical information on the helicopter, trivia, episode guide, and multimedia.

Hogan's Heroes

Hogan's Heroes DVD
What:
Hogan's Heroes

Who:
Bob Crane - Robert Hogan
Werner Klemperer - Wilhelm Klink
John Banner - Hans Georg Schultz
Robert Clary - Louis LeBeau
Larry Hovis - Andrew Carter
Richard Dawson - Peter Newkirk
Ivan Dixon - Kinch Kinchloe
Leon Askin - General Albert Burkhalter
Sigrid Valdis - Hilda
Howard Caine - Maj. Wolfgang Hochstetter
Cynthia Lynn - Helga

When:
September 17, 1965 - April 4,1971

Where:
CBS

Hogan's Heroes was a 1960's American situation comedy about Col. Robert Hogan and his band of POWs as they exploit every opportunity given by their bumbling German captors for allied espionage and sabotage against the Nazis.
The show took place at Stalag 13, a POW camp located near the town of Hammelburg run by the Nazis for captured enemy soldiers.

The show was aired and became popular on several countries including Germany.

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Spin City

Spin City DVD
What:
Spin City

Who:
Michael J. Fox - Mike Flaherty
Richard Kind - Paul Lassiter
Barry Bostwick - Mayor Randall Winston Jr.
Michael Boatman - Carter Heywood
Alan Ruck - Stuart Bondex
Connie Britton - Nikki Faber
Alexander Chaplin - James Hobert
Heather Locklear - Caitlin Moore
Victoria Dillard - Janelle Cooper
Charlie Sheen - Charlie Crawford
Faith Prince - Claudia Lassiter

When:
September 17, 1996 - April 30, 2002

Where:
ABC

Spin City was an American situation comedy television series about a fictional New York city local government, it's Mayor Randall Winston Jr. (Barry Bostwick), and his staff led by Deputy Mayor Mike Flaherty (Michael J. Fox). The show focuses on how the staff cleans up the messes their slightly dim-witted Mayor causes and the various personal problems of the characters, particularly Mike, who often sacrifices everything including his love life for his job. Other notable members of the staff includes best friends Stuart (Alan Ruck), minority affairs Carter (Michael Boatman) and bumbling press secretary Paul (Richard Kind).

After the shows 4th season, Fox left Spin City and was replaced by Charlie Sheen who played Charlie Crawford as the womanizing new Deputy Mayor.

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Cagney and Lacey

Cagney and Lacey DVD
What:
Cagney and Lacey

Who:
Tyne Daly - Mary Beth Lacey
Sharon Gless - Christine Cagney
Al Waxman - Bert Samuels
Barry Laws - Tony
John Karlen - Harvey Lacey
Martin Kove - Victor Isbecki
Carl Lumbly - Mark Petrie

When:
March 25, 1982 – May 16, 1988

Where:
CBS

Cagney and Lacey was a 1980's crime drama that featured two female detectives who led very different lives as partners. Christine Cagney was a tough and career-minded woman, while Mary Beth Lacey was a sensitive working mother involved in a complex marriage. It is their contrasting personalities that made them a perfect team, strengthening each other in several professional and personal occasions. The show tackled many different and sometimes controversial topics like workplace chauvinism, cancer, alcoholism, rape, racism, and abortion.


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Nash Bridges

Nash Bridges DVD
What:
Nash Bridges

Who:
Don Johnson - Insp. Nash Bridges
Barry J. Ratcliffe - Dean Becker
Cheech Marin - Insp. Joe Dominguez
Jeff Perry - Insp. Harvey Leek
Jaime Gomez - Insp. Evan Cortez
Ronald Russell - Officer Ronnie
Jodi Lyn O'Keefe - Cassidy Bridges
James Gammon - Nick Bridges
Caroline Lagerfelt - Inger Dominguez
Yasmine Bleeth - Caitlin Cross
Annette O'Toole - Lisa Bridges

When:
March 29, 1996 – May 4, 2001

Where:
CBS

Nash Bridges was a television action-drama series created by Carlton Cuse. It ran for 6 seasons on CBS totalling 122 episodes. The series centers around Nash Bridges, a celebrated veteran detective and head of the SFPD's Special Investigations Unit. Together with his bestfriend and partner Joe Dominguez and his able team, they're considered the best law enforcement team that takes down crime in city.
Nash and Joe later opened a detective agency as a sideline and investigated their own cases.

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Bordertown

Bordertown DVD
What:
Bordertown

Who:
Clive Bennett - John H. Brennan
Jack Craddock - Richard Comar
Marie Dumont - Sophie Barjac
Joanna Radway - Donna Carroll White
Zack Denny - Duncan Fraser
Sally Duffield - Beverley Elliott
Wendell MacWherter - Paul Batten

When:
January 7, 1989 – March 17, 1991

Where:
Family Channel

Bordertown was a weekly, half-hour western drama that debuted in January 7, 1989 on the Family Channel. The show revolves around Clive Bennet (John H. Brennan) a United States Marcial and Jack Craddock (Richard Comar) a Canadian Mounted Policema both stationed in a town that straddles the US/Canadian border called Bordertown (formerly Pemmican). Bordertown also stars Marie Dumont, played by Sohie Barjac, as the town's doctor, local store proprietor and both lawmen's love interest.

The series ended in March 17, 1991 after a succesful three year run due primarilly to high production costs.

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The Drew Carey Show

The Drew Carey Show
What:
The Drew Carey Show


Who:
Drew Carey - Drew Carey
Diedrich Bader - Oswald Lee Harvey
Kathy Kinney - Mimi Bobeck
Carey
Ryan Stiles - Lewis Kiniski
Christa Miller - Kate O'Brien
Ian Gomez - Larry Almada
Craig Ferguson - Nigel Wick
John
Carroll Lynch - Steve Carey


When:

September 13, 1995 – September 8, 2004

Where:

ABC

The Drew Carey Show was a long-running Situation Comedy that stars comedian Drew Carey as a blue-collar "everyman" in Cleveland, Ohio. The show features Drew's experiences in his 10 year old dead-end job at a department store, his pitiful love life, and his strong relationship with his chidhood friends Lewis (Ryan Sites), Oswald (Diedrich Bader) and Kate (Christa Miller) who lead similar lives with him.

The Show premiered September 13, 1995 on the ABC Network and ended Sptember 8, 2004 after several seasons of high-ratings.

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My Hero


What:
My Hero

Who:
Ardal O'Hanlon - George Sunday
Emily Joyce - Janet Dawkins
Geraldine McNulty - Mrs. Raven
Hugh Dennis - Dr. Piers Crispin
Lill Roughley - Ella Dawkins
Lou Hirsch - Arnie
Tim Wylton - Stanley Dawkins
Philip Whitchurch - Tyler
James Dreyfus - George Monday

When:
February 4, 2000 – September 10, 2006

Where:
BBC One

My Hero was a British Comedy series that premiered February 4, 2000 on BBC One. The show is mainly about the life of Thermoman (Ardal O'Hanlon later James Dreyfus), a not-so-bright superhero from planet Ultron who's working as planet Earth's protector. After saving Janet Dawkins (Emily Joyce), he falls in love with her and decided to stay in her hometown Northolt. He then creates his alter ego George Sunday and opens a herb shop hoping to establish a romatic relationship with Janet.

The show enjoyed high ratings lasting for 6 years (6 series) before it ended on September 10, 2006.




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The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles

The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles
What:
The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles


Who:

Sean Patrick Flanery - Henry "Indiana" Jones, Jr. (age 16)
Corey Carrier - Henry "Indiana" Jones, Jr. (Age 10)

George Hall - Dr. Henry 'Indiana' Jones, Jr. (Age 93)

Ronny Coutteure - Remy

When:

March 4, 1992 – June 16, 1996

Where:
ABC, USA


The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles was a tv series about the adventures of the legendary movie character Indiana Jones during his youth - from his world tour experience with his father at the age of ten to his late teens when he fought in World War, meeting various historical figures along the way. The series stars Sean Patrick Flanery, Corey Carrier and George Hall as Indiana Jones ages 16-20, 8-10 and 93 respectively.

The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles was filmed on several location all over the world ~ including England, Russia, Spain, Czechoslovakia, Kenya, France, India, China, Austria, Egypt, the United States, Morocco, Ireland, Italy, Africa, Turkey, Greece and Thailand.

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Robin of Sherwood

Robin of Sherwood
What:
Robin of Sherwood

Who:
Michael Praed - Robin of Loxley
Phil Rose - Friar Tuck
Reter Llewellyn Williams - Much
Ray Winstone - Will Scarlet
Clive Mantle - Little John
Mark Ryan - Nasir
Judi Trott Lady Marion
Robert Addie - Sir Guy of Fisburne
Nickolas Grace - Robert de Rainault
John Abineri - Herne the Hunter
Jason Connery - Robert of Huntingdon

When:
April 28, 1984 -
June 28, 1986

Where:
ITV

Robin of Sherwood, also known as Robin Hood in the US, was a British television series that's a definitive modern adaptation of the legend of Robin Hood. In this acclamed tv series, Robin together with his "Merry Men" defies the Norman rulers who oppress the population especially the Sheriff of Nottingham. The series combines a generous touch of majic/mysticism and real-life historical facts.

Robin Hood was played by Micheal Praed (Robin of Loxley) and Jason Connery (Robert of Huntingdon) after Robin of Loxley's death at the end of the second season. Will Scarlet (Ray Winstone), Little John (Clive Mantle) and Friar Tuck (Phil Rose) were some of his"Merry Men".

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Dark Knight

Dark Knight
What:
Dark Knight
Who: Ben Pullen - Ivanhoe Charlotte Comer - Rebecca Peter O'Farrell - Odo Cameron Rhodes - Prince John Jeffrey Thomas - Mordour
When:
July 1, 2000 - February 1, 2002


Where:
Showtime

Dark Knight was a fantasy action series adaptation of Sir Walters Scott's famous novel entitled "Ivanhoe". The story takes place in England in the year 1193, with the land reduced to submission under the weight of constant foreign invasions and the capture of their true King Richard the Lionheart.

Each episode follows the journey of Ivanhoe (Ben Pullen) battling against the fake King's tyranny and oppression and the dark arts of his necromancer named Mordour. Join Ivanhoe accompanied by the beautiful healer/swordfighter Rebecca (Charlotte Comer) and apprentice sorcerer Odo (Peter O'Farrell) in their exciting epic adventure into the Dark Ages with their fight against supernatural evil and absolute dictatorship.

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Clueless TV Series

Clueless tv series DVD
What:
Clueless TV Series

Who:
Rachel Blanchard - Cher Horowitz
Stacey Dash - Dionne Davenport
Elisa Donovan - Amber Mariens
Donald Faison - Murray Duvall
Sean Holland - Sean Holiday
Doug Sheehan - Mel Horowitz

When:
September 20, 1996 – May 25, 1999

Where:
ABC, UPN

Clueless (1996) TV Series is based on the hit teen movie of the same name starring Alicia Silvertone, Brittany Murphy and Stacy Dash. The show became a popular a popular and well received American Sitcom airing for three seasons between 1996 to 1999. Although not regarded as highly as the hit movie, Clueless TV Series still proved a winner in ratings even competing against incredibly succesful shows such as Sabrina the Teenage Witch.

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