Ben Matlock is a very expensive criminal defense attorney who charges $100,000 to take a case. Fortunately, he's worth every penny as he and his associates defend his clients by finding the real killer.
Before entering art school next autumn, Rick sets out to spend the summer surfing at Hawaii. He knows nothing about the local habits, what causes him some starting problems, but by chance ... See full summary »
Based on the real-life chronicle of America's first serial killer, Boone Helm (aka "the Kentucky cannibal"), and his last days as the law tracked his bloody exploits across the breadth of the Wild West.
An intellectually engaging talk show, hosted by a high-level presenter/facilitator who is well-informed on socio-economic and political issues and is able to lend the show credibility with his/her background and knowledge.
Lucky James Sanderson had it all: talent, an athletic scholarship and a lot of community support. His journey to play college basketball came with a big price. Lucky soon finds out that ... See full summary »
In a world where there are no obvious "bad guys", where governments engage in secret wars and illegal activities that threaten the security of every individual and nation on the planet, a ... See full summary »
This series was Sam Spade played for broad comedy. Ace Crawford was an incompetent gumshoe whose reputation as an ace detective was maintained by a progression of wild accidents and dumb ... See full summary »
Five pretty nurse students and their boss Leonore are the focus of this TV series. They are all living together in a villa called "Nightingale House" located in Los Angeles. Leonore has a ... See full summary »
One of the actors on the show, Roxanne Biggs-Dawson, DID survive this show to go on to something else: she would play B'Elanna Torres on Star Trek: Voyager for seven seasons. So yes, SOMETHING good DID come out of this failed show, one of several clones of BH 90210 made by Aaron Spelling.
I remember reading an article in Sassy magazine about this show and others like it; the article was called 'All Roads Lead to 90210', and the upshot of the article was about how these shows (including Covington Cross) was a clone of Beverley Hills 90210. The article was right about the other shows mentioned in the article (The Heights, Freshman Dorm, Malibu Road, The Roundtable) being clones, but it was wrong about Covington Cross which was like Bonanza.
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