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Mama's Boy

Mama's Boy is an American sitcom television series that aired from September 19, 1987 until August 6, 1988.
1987 Documentary, Other

Dateline NBC

32 Seasons
NBC's durable newsmagazine, featuring a mix of investigations, news updates and interviews.
1992 TV14 Documentary, Other

Give

2 Seasons
Celebrity philanthropists visit charities that are creating positive change in their communities.
2016 TVG Documentary, Talk & Interview, Other

The Menendez Murders: Erik Tells All

1 Season
For the first time in over a decade, Erik Menendez opens up with his most in-depth interview to date in "The Menendez Murders: Erik Tells All," a new documentary series that re-examines one of the most fascinating true crime tragedies of the past century through the lens of one of the convicted killers.
2017 TV14 Documentary, Drama, Other

Victory at Sea

1 Season
Victory at Sea is a documentary television series about naval warfare during World War II that was originally broadcast by NBC in the USA in 1952–1953. It was condensed into a film in 1954. Excerpts from the music soundtrack, by Richard Rodgers and Robert Russell Bennett, were re-recorded and sold as record albums. The original TV broadcasts comprised 26 half-hour segments—Sunday afternoons at 3pm in most markets—starting October 26, 1952 and ending May 3, 1953. The series, which won an Emmy award in 1954 as "best public affairs program", played an important part in establishing historic "compilation" documentaries as a viable television genre. Over 13,000 hours of footage gathered from US, British, German and Japanese navies during World War II were perused in the making of these compelling episodes.
1952 Documentary, Other

Omnibus

One of the medium's most beloved and eclectic cultural showcases, this Alistair Cooke-hosted series spanned the arts, covering (among other fields) plays, documentaries, operas, Broadway musicals, ballets and symphonies. Included were pieces based on the works of Hemingway, Steinbeck, Shaw, Chekhov, Eliot and Thurber; a production of 'King Lear' starring Orson Welles; a TV-debut appearance by Leonard Bernstein; and Jacques Cousteau's undersea adventures, his first on network television.
1952 Documentary, Music, Arts

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