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Star Trek: Deep Space Nine

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Awards

  • 1993 - Emmy - Outstanding Individual Achievement in Main Title Theme Music - winner

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Nana Visitor
Colm Meaney
Miles O'Brien
Avery Brooks

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Mike Hammer: Private Eye

1 Season
Mike Hammer, Private Eye is an American syndicated television program based on the adventures of the fictitious private detective Mike Hammer, created by novelist Mickey Spillane. The show starred Stacy Keach and was seen as an attempt to revive the character he had played in Mickey Spillane's Mike Hammer and The New Mike Hammer - two moderately successful syndicated CBS series from the 1980s. Mike Hammer, Private Eye premiered on September 27, 1997. The show failed to gain a wide audience and, as a result, it was canceled after only one season. The final show of the series aired on June 14, 1998.
1997 TV14 Drama, Other

War of the Worlds

2 Seasons
Filmed in Canada, the H.G. Wells-inspired science fiction series War of the Worlds was cleverly linked to both the infamous 1938 Orson Welles radio broadcast and the classic George Pal 1953 theatrical-film version of the same property. Originally telecast in syndication on October 7, 1988, the new series' two-hour pilot set forth the premise that "first contact" between the Earth and the fictional planet Mortax (standing in for Mars) had occurred fifty years earlier (in 1938) and that the hostile Mortaxians had been defeated by Earth in an interplanetary war 15 years later (in 1953). In the 35 intervening years, the alien survivors from that war had been preserved alive in huge storage drums at various nuclear waste disposal sites. Over the decades, the bacteria that had halted the Mortaxian invasion had been killed off, allowing the aliens to revive and escape. Congregating secretly with their hooded leaders, known as the Advocates, the alien warriors set about to complete their mission to conquer the earth, utilizing their ability to absorb and take on their appearances of human bodies. The only way a real human could determine the identity of a disguised Mortaxian was when the latter's body began to deteriorate and develop grotesque deformities, then ultimately melt into a puddle of goo, because of its high radiation content. Research scientist Dr. Harrison Blackwood (Jared Martin) was the first earthling to suspect that the aliens were alive and at large. Setting up headquarters at a secret military facility called The Cottage, Blackwood worked side by side with divorced microbiologist Suzanne McCullough (Lynda Mason Green), paraplegic black computer genius Norton Drake (Philip Akin), and rulebound Native American military officer Col. Paul Ironhorse (Richard Chaves) to track down the aliens and thwart their takeover schemes. For its second season, the weekly, hour-long series was retitled War of the Worlds--The Second Invasion. Norton Drake and Col. Ironhorse were killed off, whereupon Ironhorse's former subordinate John Kincaid (Adrian Paul) joined Blackwood's team. Also, the Mortaxians were destroyed en masse for failing in their mission by another, alien race, the humanoid Morthrai. Led by the Hitlerlike Malzor (Dennis Forest) and his consort Mana (Catherine Disher), who took their orders directly from the Morthrai god "The Eternal", this new crop of invaders encountered only token resistance in conquering the Earth, which somehow had become a bleak, post-apocalyptic landscape without a central government. Thus, the human protagonists were even more "on their own" than they'd been in Season One, and had to be all that more resourceful in fending off the Morthrai warriors, not to mention insane Morthrai scientist Ardix (Julian Richings), who prattled on about "purifying" the earth by wiping out the undesirable humans. War of the Worlds ran for 44 episodes, the last of which originally aired in the US on May 19, 1990.
1988 TVPG Drama, Science Fiction, Other

Hot Bench

10 Seasons
A panel of three judges hear court cases, argue the merits of the case amongst themselves, and render a verdict.
2014 TVG Reality, Drama, Talk & Interview, Other

Dangerous Assignment

1 Season
A U.S. government agent travels the world on undercover missions in this 1950s series. Star Brian Donlevy originated the role on radio in the '40s.
1951 Drama, Other

The New Adventures of Charlie Chan

1 Season
The New Adventures of Charlie Chan is a British-American crime drama series that aired in the United States in syndicated television from June 1957, to 1958. The first five episodes were made by Vision Productions in the United States, before production switched to the United Kingdom under ITC Entertainment and Television Programs of America.
1957 Drama, Other

The Seekers

1 Season
This third installment of the Kent Family Chronicles focuses on Abraham Kent, who has resettled in the treacherous Northwest Territory. Part One finds young Abraham trying out a series of occupations. Part Two takes us up to the War of 1812, as seen through the eyes of Jarod Kent.
1979 Drama, Other

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