New 1988 ABC promo with Mission Impossible. New Roseanne-less Roseanne show premieres tomorrow I think.
The other new 1982 ABC promo show. Helen Hunt, Patty Duke, Richard Crenna, Anthony Edwards, Billie Bird. 22 episodes.
1968-69 CBS. Filmation. 17 episodes.
Brian Dennehy. Michael Dudikoff. 1982 ABC. 10 episodes.
I was listening to Allan Arkush (Rock n’ Roll High School) on the Amazing Colossal Podcast and Gilbert mentioned he worked with the Ramones on Up All Night. He was the fifth Ramone, Gilly.
1981 TV movie for Operation Prime Time. Mark Harmon, Christopher Lee, Robert Forster, Frank Gorshin, Emma Samms, John Ratzenberger. Sunken ocean liner from WWII found in present day with survivors.
1969-71 CBS. Hanna-Barbera. 17 episodes.
1975 ABC. Game show.
Lisa Lisa Miller. Family Ties on Antenna-TV now. I said, “Maura Tierney!” She sends Skippy right into the arms of Courteney Cox.
1974 ABC TV movie. Failed pilot. Gene Roddenberry. John Saxon, Diana Muldaur, Ted Cassidy (third time in a week on The Golden Horn.)
1974-75. Hanna-Barbera. 13 episodes.
We’ve got nothing better to do than watch TV and have a couple of brews. Ultimate TV collection.
1988 ABC. Asimov was a creator. 8 episodes. I never covered this show because all I could find was the intro but some are available on Youtube. Same person that has Shadow Chasers has a few of these new. Parker Stevenson.
Me-TV article. Not forgotten here. I wanted to point out that it is worth checking Youtube occasionally for these forgotten shows because they do turn up. I watched most of Otherworld. Hard Time on Planet Earth, The Highwayman, and The Powers of Matthew Star are online now, and I just started watching Shadow Chasers.
NBC 1978-79. Spin-off. “The “Galaxy Goof-Ups” consisted of Yogi Bear, Huckleberry Hound, Scare Bear and Quack-Up as space patrolmen (under the leadership of Captain Snerdley) who always goofed-up (hence the name of the show) while on duty and spent most of their time in disco clubs.” 13 episodes.
1969-71 ABC. Hanna-Barbera. 17 episodes.
ABC 1985. I was trying to think of another classic horror movie that got a lot of TV airing. Directed by Stanley Kubrick.
CCCP 1. 1981.
Shalhoub’s first appearance on Wings was as an Italian waiter. Played tonight on Antenna-TV. One of his first lines used the word, “Uno.” Ep. is available below in the Me-TV link or Yahoo View. “Looking for Love in All the Wrong Places.” And a brief Tony Shalhoub overview.