Four friends live in a occasional peaceful co-existence in New York. Love-seeking Annie; womanizing Roger; and married Elliot work together in a Manhattan personnel agency trying to get by ... See full summary »
Michael Hayes is a tough but sensitive ex-cop who goes to work in the U.S. Attorney's office in New York City. When his boss is seriously injured in a bombing, Hayes becomes Acting U.S. ... See full summary »
I went to some shady focus group up in Portland, Oregon, sometime between 1998 and 2000. One of the show's allegedly being considered for that upcoming fall TV season line-up was "The City" which was being billed as a "comeback vehicle for Valerie Harper." What I found most perplexing was how terribly dated this showed appeared from hair and makeup to clothing and props (ie., rotary phones, antique fax machines, and Commodore 64 computers. Keep in mind, this show was not billed as a period piece (i.e. 1985). The acting was poor and the set-ups predictable at best. Clearly this show never made it on air because of the poor quality in production let alone a cast of forgettable supporting actors. This show was crappola and it's no wonder it never saw the light of day. Thank you Gods of television for sparing us from this celluloid atrocity.
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