A Whole New Ballgame (1995– )

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Shortlived sitcom with Brett Sooner as a professional baseball player hired by a TV station as a sports announcer during a baseball strike. Brett is an unliberated sexist pig who clashes ... See full summary »

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 Brett Sooner (7 episodes, 1995)
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 Meg O'Donnell (7 episodes, 1995)
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 Dwight Kling (7 episodes, 1995)
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 Libby Desoto (7 episodes, 1995)
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 Tad Sherman (7 episodes, 1995)
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 Mickey (4 episodes, 1995)
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 Pat (4 episodes, 1995)
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 Joe (3 episodes, 1995)
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Shortlived sitcom with Brett Sooner as a professional baseball player hired by a TV station as a sports announcer during a baseball strike. Brett is an unliberated sexist pig who clashes with liberated Meg O'Donnell, the station manager. Other station personnel are Dwight, the sales manager, Warner the weatherman, Ted the news anchor, an Libby the secretary. Written by J.E. McKillop <jack-mckillop@worldnet.att.net>

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Together they're facing the greatest challenge of their lives... each other.

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Potential wasted on TV series
14 September 1999 | by (Indianapolis, Indiana) – See all my reviews

The TV series "A Whole New Ballgame" should have gotten a much longer life than it did on television. Julia Campbell and Brett Sooner were splendid in their lead roles; and the supporting cast's characters, while not as memorable as those from "The Simpsons", were still commendable. "Ballgame" showed promise during its first few weeks, airing as high as #50 in the Nielsen ratings against competition such as UPN's "Star Trek Voyager". When ABC decided to cancel "Ballgame" after only seven episodes, I was hopeful that NBC would pick up the show for the 1995-96 season, which, of course, didn't happen. "Ballgame" will be remembered for all eternity as the first prime-time series to feature the Internet in a starring role, not as an afterthought of the Major League Baseball 1994 lockout.


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