A golden-age series of original live dramas and adaptations of classic works. The series, which earned numerous Emmys nominations during its 10-year run, won for Best Dramatic Show in 1952. 'Studio One' creator and producer Worthington C. Miner encouraged innovation and creativity at all levels. Among its most memorable productions is the one that opened the 1954 season, 'Twelve Angry Men,' which won Emmys for writing (Reginald Rose), directing (Franklin Schaffner) and acting (Robert Cummings).
A cult fantasy about a lawyer who befriends---and eventually falls for---a kindly man-beast who lives in a subterranean world beneath New York City. Strange, moody and oddly romantic, the series had unusually loyal fans, but, alas, not enough of them and was gone within three years.
A S.W.A.T. leader is torn between loyalty to the streets and duty to his fellow officers. Join Sergeant Daniel "Hondo" Harrelson and his crack team from the Los Angeles police Special Weapons And Tactics (S.W.A.T.) team take on hard core criminals and protect the public from criminals and anti-social elements. That the former marine who is Los Angeles-born and bred has been chosen to lead the team is proof enough of his remarkable prowess.
A nail-biter from Jerry Bruckheimer revolves around Philadelphia homicide detective Lilly Rush, whose investigation of long-unsolved crimes is driven by the belief that 'people shouldn't be forgotten.'