Live Shot was a short-lived but high-quality show during the initial start up season for the UPN network. With a balance of comedy and drama, the show explored the inner workings of a Los ... See full summary »
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1995  
3 nominations. See more awards »
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 Marvin Seaborne (13 episodes, 1995)
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 Harry Chandler Moore (13 episodes, 1995)
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 Liz Vega (13 episodes, 1995)
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 Tommy Greer (13 episodes, 1995)
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 Sean Rydell (13 episodes, 1995)
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 Joe Vitale (13 episodes, 1995)
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 Nancy Lockridge (13 episodes, 1995)
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 Sherry Beck (13 episodes, 1995)
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 Ricardo Sandoval (13 episodes, 1995)
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 'Fast' Eddie Santini (13 episodes, 1995)
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 Alex Rydell (13 episodes, 1995)
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 Peggy Traynor (13 episodes, 1995)
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 Helen Forbes (8 episodes, 1995)
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Live Shot was a short-lived but high-quality show during the initial start up season for the UPN network. With a balance of comedy and drama, the show explored the inner workings of a Los Angeles television news operation. Its musical score consisted almost entirely of popular music. Professionals in the news business embraced Live Shot as one of the few television series that "got it right."

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29 August 1995 (USA)  »

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Notícia Escaldante  »

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Hill Harper (Tommy Greer) and Nia Long (Ramona) first appeared together as friends a year before in an episode of "The Fresh Prince Of Bel Air" ('Will Steps Out', season 5, episode 11). See more »

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Harry Chandler Moore: Oh... I remember... Tim Allen. He's the one that's married to, ummm... what is it? Audrey Meadows.
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A character actor lover's paradise
21 June 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This show should have lasted much longer than the partial season it aired. It was an original, witty, satire of local LA news. Because they were on a new network, they were able to take chances the other networks never would. It was funny and twisted, full of great one liners. It used popular music to set a mood better than most shows even today. The use of Sting's version of "Fragile" is still a vivid memory. The network should have given it a little more time to find it's legs - if only so we could find out what kind of repercussions came from Lou's startling announcement in the final aired episode.

And the cast was brilliant -- a character actor lover's paradise! Nearly everyone in the cast was a great character actor - only a couple of complete unknowns -- Birney, Coburn, DeJesus, Velez, Yagher, Pollack, Austin, McGill, Byrd, Anderson, Canada -- how can you go wrong? I may be the only person to still have some of the episodes on video (I have 5) and still watch them occasionally. That is perhaps the best testimony on this show's quality -- 10 years on, I'm still watching my videos.


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