After a series of Broadway flops, songwriter Bert Hanley (Dixon) goes to work at a musical camp for young performers. Inspired by the kids, he finds an opportunity to regain success by staging an altogether new production.
Two female students are both madly in love with their hot teacher, Mr. Slattery (Hugh Jackman). When it comes time to taking a final exam that will determine if the students pass the class,... See full summary »
When young Magistrate, Peter Lawrence, goes to the seemingly sleepy township of Merringanee, he finds there is far more seething below the tranquil surface of the small rural township than ... See full summary »
I had never heard of this show before,I stumbled onto it trying to find something on at 8pm Sunday night. I don't know if they are advertising it very much. This could be a really good show if they would stop SINGING! I like the plot and the characters are OK although I have only heard of Mellody Griffith before,and the acting is well done, I just don't know how long I can hang with them bursting out in song right in the middle of a dramatic scene. Wasn't there a show that tried this before? Some kind of court show,right in the middle of the trial the lawyer would start to sing. I didn't watch that one either. I hope the Writers or Producers (not sure which ones make that kind of decision (SP)).
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