Alonzo Sparks is a lawyer who has a practice in Compton. His two sons Maxie and Greg join the practice. Maxie is basically an "ambulance chaser" who doesn't do things by the book. Greg is ... See full summary »
Miguel A. Núñez Jr.,
This end-of-the-millennium drama deals with the breakdown of communication, the loss of identity and the facelessness of corporate life. Phil and Anna are a young married, New York couple ... See full summary »
David Aaron Baker,
Short-lived (3 weeks) summer show about Ernest Harris, a 14-year-old kid whose father only paid attention to the eldest boy, a 16-year-old basketball prodigy named Chester. The boys had a ... See full summary »
Anna Maria Horsford,
"Street Time" takes the viewer into the life of the federal parole officer and his/her parolees. Focusing on one of each, a P.O. (Cohen) and an excon (Morrow), both family men with problems, this series is a very smart and powerful uncompromising drama. Unpredictable, realistic, and believable, "Street Time" skillfully delivers a linear story crisscrossed with side plots and every episode jam-packed with serious, gritty, hardcore drama. Lacking the mediocrity demanded by the viewing public at large, "Street Time" is too good to last. (A-)
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