In November 1958, the American teenager Katey Miller moves with her parents and her younger sister to Havana. Her father is an executive of Ford expatriated to Cuba, and Katey is an ... See full summary »
Madge flies to Peru for a vacation, and meets alpaca farmer Jorge. While their romance blossoms and the temperature soars in the south American heat, so too does their love for the dance. Now they'll have, the time of their lives.
Mac and Peggy Ferguson face the opposite of an empty nest when their two grown children plus two grandchildren move in. Son Chris is returning to school while Janet is divorcing. Joining them is Peggy's mother in small town Illinois.
This series kind of missed its window of opportunity - but it didn't help that it was scheduled where it's target audience was sure to miss it. I actually liked it better than the movie. I thought the writing was better and the acting in many ways was better. I thought Patrick Cassidy had a better feel of who Johnny Castle was than his movie counterpart. All in all, I thought the series had a better feel for the characters and period. It's a shame it never found an audience.
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