The second (and more ambitious) attempt by Ol' Blue Eyes to headline a TV series, this one a mix of variety and drama (sometimes starring Sinatra, sometimes only hosted by him). Despite the superb music (the best arranger he ever worked with, Nelson Riddle, was music director) and big-name guests like Bob Hope and Peggy Lee, the series never jelled and was canceled after one season.
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