The visually slick spin-off from the low-rated `Loving' launched on Nov. 13, 1995, with a handful of cast members from the original soap fleeing to lofty SoHo after a madwoman decimated their home town of Corinth. High-end production values bolstered the show, as did the casting of prime-time diva Morgan Fairchild as a bitchy media maven and a risky plot about a transsexual model. But viewership remained too low, and ABC left `The City' behind to launch the `GH' sibling `Port Charles' in 1997.
Quiz: What Should You Binge Next on Netflix?
Skip the endless scroll! Find out what you really want to watch.
Let's Talk About Sex on TV, Baby
Sex Ed Week explores the ways TV is pushing boundaries forward – and the ways it still lets us down
Sign up and add shows to get the latest updates about your favorite shows - Start Now
- 1. The 100's Jason Rothenberg Previews 'Brilliant' Performance from Eliza Taylor in Season 6
- 2. The Week in Superlatives: Best Return to Form, Most Cathartic Moment, and the Couple We're So Not Shipping
- 3. The Best New Shows and Movies on Netflix This Week – Chambers, Knock Down the House
- 4. One Avengers: Endgame Star Doesn't Seem to Have Made the Final Cut
- 5. What The Actual F*** Just Happened in That Supernatural Finale
- 6. Gotham's Series Finale Broke a Rule of Batman
- 7. Marvel's Cloak and Dagger Takes Us Behind the Scenes of Tyrone's Tense Heist