Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman

1993, TV Show


Top Videos: Mariah Carey Butchers Her Own Christmas Song, Pug Gets a Bath

Mariah Carey

This week, Mariah Carey performed "All I Want for Christmas Is You" live at the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree lighting, making a strong case that the producers should probably just hire the girl from Love Actually for next year's ceremony. In other festive news, Reese Witherspoon sang random Christmas carols with Jimmy Fallon. Also, the cast of Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman reunited for a Breaking Bad-esque reboot, and a pug experienced the unbeatable bliss of getting a bath in the sink. Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best online videos:

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How Networks Are Breaking the Period-Piece Curse

Downton Abbey

Downton Abbey transformed PBS from a sometimes stodgy channel into a destination network, drawing 5.4 million viewers for its second-season finale (doubling PBS' primetime average). Now, Downton creator Julian Fellowes has signed with NBC to create The Gilded Age, his first series for American broadcast TV. NBC is betting that the drama will attract the same audience for its depiction of New York's moguls of... read more

Exclusive: The Secret Circle Casts Cassie's Mysterious Father John Blackwell

Britt Robertson, Joe Lando

It's the moment The Secret Circle fans have been waiting for since the new CW series premiered: Cassie's father, the mysterious John Blackwell, is coming to Chance Harbor... read more

When We Left Earth and Other Announced Releases

When We Left Earth: The NASA Missions courtesy The Discovery Channel

New releases announced today, June 25:Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman - The Complete Series Megaset will be coming out October 28 When We Left Earth: The NASA Missions: Limited Edition Tin will be coming out September 30 The Man from U.N.C.L.E. - The Complete Series will be coming out October 21 Anyone and Everyone is available now.Visit TVShowsOnDVD.com for the complete stories on these and other news items. read more

It seems a given, in the many ...

Question: It seems a given, in the many questions about network scheduling that you receive, that Saturday night is where TV shows go to die, so no one schedules a potential keeper on Saturday. Yet within living memory (mine, at least), CBS had a killer Saturday lineup that would put any recent "must-see" night to shame (All in the Family, M*A*S*H, Mary Tyler Moore, Bob Newhart, Carol Burnett). I know we went out on Saturday night in the '70s (and with no TiVo, or even VCRs). It can't just be due to the fracturing of cable — if the audience is really too small on Saturday, then it's too small whether your share is 15 percent or 35 percent. I've been looking back trying to find the tipping point, but I can't see when the landscape changed. What in the business has caused this change in perception? On a completely unrelated note: I have fallen in love with Slings & Arrows. Has there been, or is there going to be, a third season? I need more of New Burbage! Answer: First off, I'm thrilled ... read more

Smallville Fears Dr. Quinn

Whoever said that beauty is skin deep has obviously never met Jane Seymour. Our favorite Medicine Woman has been quietly lending her off-camera artistry to a spate of good causes, including the Red Cross and child-abuse groups, while behaving very badly as Genevieve, the wicked mother of Lana's beau (Jensen Ackles) on Smallville. Proving that charity starts at home, the still-stunning mother of six took a time-out from a painting powwow at her home and dial up TV Guide Online to dish everything from promoting women's health to playing women from hell.TV Guide Online: Is this a bad time? It sounds like you've got a full house right now.Jane Seymour: We've got a whole group of artists here [and] a whole bunch of costumes. My two daughters, who are actresses, [are] dressed up... they were [1930s-era] flappers a moment ago. I just put my hair up in a Gibson and did something, as usual, very Victor read more

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Premiered: January 01, 1993, on CBS
Rating: TV-PG
User Rating: (88 ratings)
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Premise: Frontier medicine with a feminist slant (but plenty of family values) in a Western drama that follows a female doctor, Michaela `Mike' Quinn, after her move from Boston to the Colorado Territory in the late 1860s. When one of her patients dies, Mike adopts the woman's three children and moves with them to a homestead owned by Sully, with whom she eventually develops a relationship.



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