Sitcom about aliens who look like earthlings (but can't quite get the hang of acting like them), and who observe human society from their vantage point of Rutherford, Ohio. The multi-Emmy-winning show landed on NBC's schedule on Jan. 9, 1996, and stayed for five years.
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Sister Kate Lambert was a no-nonsense nun sent to care for seven boisterous orphans (ranging in age from 7 to 16) at the diocesan Redemption House. Kate, who wasn't much of a people person---let alone the mothering type---took the job after her three predecessors were sent packing by the little angels.
The ex-owner of a once-elegant Manhattan restaurant tries to save it after returning from France. Tattinger retools the eatery while trading barbs with his ex-wife (and co-owner) and looking out for his two daughters. The series was put on hiatus during the first season while producers changed the format to a half-hour sitcom called 'Nick & Hillary.' That incarnation lasted for only two episodes before the series was canceled.
Davis sings, dances, does impressions and goofs around with his pals in a variety hour that was long on star power but lasted only three months. Judy Garland appeared twice, and the premiere featured Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton joining Davis in a rendition of 'What Do the Simple Folk Do?' from 'Camelot.'