“Charlie's Angels” is recalled in this enjoyable episode, which details the show's five-year run on ABC. Included are interviews with original “angels” Kate Jackson, Jaclyn Smith and Farrah Fawcett, and replacement angels Cheryl Ladd, Shelley Hack and Tanya Roberts. Also offering their insights are producers Aaron Spelling and Leonard Goldberg; Fawcett's former manager Jay Bernstein; author Jack Condon (“The Charlie's Angels Case Book”); and series wardrobe designer Nolan Miller.
“Sex and the City” is spotlighted. The overview features interviews with Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall, Cynthia Nixon and Kristin Davis, as well as the show's executive producer/writer Michael Patrick King and creator Darren Star.
The sitcom “Bernie Mac” is spotlighted. The overview includes interviews with stars Bernie Mac, Kallita Smith, Jeremy Suarez, Camille Winbush and Dee Dee Davidson. The show's creator/writer/producer Larry Wilmore also shares his insights.
“Everybody Loves Raymond” is spotlighted. The overview features interviews with the show's cast, including Ray Romano, Patricia Heaton, Peter Boyle, Doris Roberts and Brad Garrett. Also interviewed: executive producer Phil Rosenthal and CBS president Les Moonves.
The sitcom “Will & Grace” is spotlighted. Included are interviews with the show's cast, including Eric McCormack, Debra Messing, Megan Mullally and Sean Hayes, as well as executive producer James Burrows.
The sitcom “Night Court” is remembered. Included are interviews with the show's cast, including Harry Anderson, John Larroquette, Markie Post, Richard Moll, Charlie Robinson and Marcia Warfield. Also, series writer-executive producer Stuart Kreisman offers his insights.
The sitcom “Friends” is spotlighted via interviews with the cast, clips from the show and behind-the-scenes footage. Included: an overview of the show's six stars, including which of them have married, and a look at their big-screen careers.
A look back at the popular sitcom “Who's the Boss?” which ran on ABC from 1984 to 1992. Included are interviews with cast members Tony Danza, Judith Light, Alyssa Milano, Katherine Helmond and Dan Pintauro; executive producers and co-creators Martin Cohan and Blake Hunter; writers and producers Prudence Fraser and Robert Sternin; Stu Bloomberg, who was ABC's vice president of comedy development from 1982-89; casting director Eve Brandstein; and guest star Leah Remini.
The sitcom “Murphy Brown” is remembered. Included: clips from the show; insights from series star Candice Bergen and cast members Charles Kimbrough, Joe Regalbuto, Grant Shaud, Robert Pastorelli, Faith Ford and Pat Corley. Also: creators Diane English and Joel Shukovsky; former Vice President Dan Quayle; and Geraldine Ferraro and Linda Ellerbee.
The 1977-86 voyage of “The Love Boat” is charted through interviews with cast members and producers. Interviewees include: Gavin MacLeod; Aaron Spelling; Fred Grandy; Douglas Cramer; Bernie Kopell; Ted Lange; Lauren Tewes; Jill Whelan. Also: the inspiration for the series; the casting of the crew; and clips from the show's run.
A look at the classic series “M*A*S*H.” Included: interviews with cast members Loretta Swit, Wayne Rogers, Mike Farrell and Jamie Farr; and series creators Larry Gelbart, Gene Reynolds and Burt Metcalfe. Also: behind-the-scenes footage, stills and archival clips.
“Saturday Night Live” is spotlighted. Included: comments from producer Lorne Michaels and current and former cast members Chevy Chase, Ellen Cleghorne, Jimmy Fallon, Tina Fey, Al Franken, Ana Gasteyer, Mary Gross, Victoria Jackson, Jay Mohr, Tracy Morgan, Kevin Nealon, Joe Piscopo, Molly Shannon and Julia Sweeney. Also: archival interviews with Jane Curtin, Garrett Morris, Bill Murray and Laraine Newman.
Cast & Details
Premiered: March 31, 2002
Premise: A detailed look at classic TV shows, featuring interviews with the actors, directors and producers involved, chronicling incidents on and off the set.