Life under the big top sometimes makes for big trouble, as depicted in this one-year series, which aired every fourth week in place of Milton Berle's 'Texaco Star Theatre.' Amid the personal storylines, the series worked in circus acts and music numbers.
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.
Siberia is an American mockumentary series about a reality television show where 16 contestants must survive in the Siberian territory of Tunguska. The show was filmed in Birds Hill Provincial Park just north of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. It premiered on NBC on July 1, 2013.The first season was met with generally favorable reviews from critics and viewers, with average viewership per episode coming in around 2. 03 million viewers. Metacritic scored the show with a 63 out of 100. The series concluded its first season on September 16, 2013.