A subtle, quiet gem about race relations in the South during the late 1950s, revolving around a prosecutor, his family and their black housekeeper, who's gradually becoming aware of the civil-rights movement. Amply praised but low-rated, the series lasted less than two seasons on NBC, but PBS later aired a two-hour movie finale that wrapped up story lines and aired repeats of the hourlong episodes.

Guest Stars

Danny Nelson
Chief Mayhew, Mayhew
6 Episodes (1993-1993)
Harold Perrineau
Evans, Evans, Robert, Robert Evans
Sonny Shroyer
Bobby Slocum, Mr. Slocum
Joe Inscoe
Cooper, Kyle Cooper
Ed Grady
Lake, Lake Stevens, Uncle Lake
Frank Taylor
Blount, Jere, Jere Blount
Rebecca Koon
Eileen, Eileen Slocum, Mrs. Slocum
Mary Alice
Marguerite, Marguerite Peck
Tom Nowicki
Darren Snyder, Snyder
Geoff McKnight
Gil, Gil Plaquemines, Plaquemines
Bill Cobb
2 Episodes (1993-1993)
Brett Snell
Roddy, Roddy Anderson
David Dwyer
Off. Johnsonious, Officer
Eric Ware
Danny, Thomas Carver
Lex Monson
Willie Smith, Willy Smith
Ric Reitz
Clifford McFreeley, McFreeley
Jim Haynie
Judge Stuart Thompson
Brent Lowe
Elden Simms
1 Episode (1993)
Tom Key
Greyson Morris

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