Rebecca and Amy are a pair of sexy young television reporters working for a respected "60 Minutes"-like newsmagazine. Receiving their story assignments from New York producer Francis Casey, the girls travel across the country in their specially equipped van solving crimes, reporting the news, and getting involved in the lives of others. Jason Cook was the host of the show, "The American Report". Written by
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A good show that was smothered by lesser work that had more sponsors
Well, they were NOT a "Charlie's Angels" ripoff. There were "girl group" adventures in TV much earlier than "Charlie's Angels" was even imagined. Even before TV, there were such adventures in literary form. And for the times they were aired in, they deserve at least twice the e ranking of "C. Angels". They had a PLOT for every episode, what the so watched"Angels" had not, not even in their most recent movie version. A plot must have a beginning, middle and end, something "Angels'" writers very often neglected. Plus, the stories might not be great, but there was storytelling skill there - what one might not find in 49 out of fifty "Angels" stories. The actresses also could give a basic performance - While the "Angels" just walked the catwalk.
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