Attorney and US Navy vet Stuart "Mac" McMillan is appointed Commissioner of Police for the city of San Francisco. He often handles the very high profile cases personally. Helping him out on... See full summary »
Susan Saint James
They are six women who have only one thing in common :They're all ex-cons. After her parole, Faith Cronin gets plastic surgery, a new identity, revenge on her brutal, mob-connected husband,... See full summary »
Fact based story about the racial tensions that occurred in Boston in the 1970's because of court ordered busing to end desegregation. The story focuses on an African-American mother ... See full summary »
Roy T. Anderson,
This short lived family sitcom tried to break new ground, but didn't penetrate as deep as it could have. It was about a couple who had not been married long (when the show began), but already had to deal with challenges. The husband was African-American, and his new wife was white. Both spouses had kids from prior marriages, and had to deal with stepfamily issues as well. Nancy Walker was a relative of the wife (I don't remember if she was her mother or her aunt) who openly disapproved of the interracial marriage. A lot of the gags centered around the kids, more than on the couple.
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