A publishing empire links three rotating lead characters in this crime-drama anthology as a magazine reporter, editor and publisher use the power of the media to right wrongs. With a 90-minute running time and the highest weekly budget of its day ($400,000 per episode), the series attracted big-name guests such as Anne Baxter and Ray Milland. Behind the camera, early-career contributions were made by Steven Spielberg and Steven Bochco.
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1971 - Emmy - Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role- nominated
1971 - Emmy - Outstanding Achievement in Music Composition- nominated
1971 - Emmy - Outstanding Achievement in Music, Lyrics and Special Material- nominated
1971 - Emmy - Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in Drama- nominated
A drama about the four adult siblings of a California governor. After his death, his youngest son discovers an old, unopened love letter from an old girlfriend that could change his and his family's lives.
An ensemble crime drama about a family of Chicago law-enforcement officers coping with personal and professional troubles. Violent, brooding and depressing, the series closed with an unresolved cliffhanger involving an explosion at an abortion clinic.
Musical-drama short about aging composer Franz Liszt, who receives a gift that triggers flashbacks to his youth and to a lost love who inspired him to write some of his most famous melodies. Ian Colin, Sylvia Marriott. Directed by James A. Fitzpatrick.