TV Series Starring Chi McBride
The one-hour drama chronicles one cop's meteoric rise from officer to detective to Police Commissioner.
This series is based on the Ultimate Spider-Man comics and will involve special guest appearances by other Marvel superheroes.
A remake of the popular 1970's show that will bring back Steve McGarrett as the head of the Hawaiian State Police. Together with his right-hand man, Danny Williams, they will handle the toughest criminal cases and investigate organized crime on the island.
"Human Target" is a show by WBTV, DC Comics and McG's Wonderland and based on the DC Comics title. Christopher Chance is the mysterious security-for-hire protecting his clients by becoming the Human target. With every mission he learns the truth and Chance's dark history will also unravel.
This romantic drama shows us the strange world of a man, Ned, who can bring dead people back to life through the power of his touch. The people he touches, however, can only stay alive for one minute, and if they don't die again, someone else nearby will die.
"The Nine" tells the story of nine people who face an unexpected twist when they are caught in a bank robbery gone wrong and endure a 52-hour hostage standoff that will leave more than one person dead. When it is over, these people will never be the same.
Killer Instinct details the chilling stories behind the bizarre and deviant crimes committed by San Francisco's most aberrant criminals - and the detectives whose job it is to stop them.
From the Emmy Award-winning creator of Ally McBeal and The Practice, comes David E. Kelley's newest series, Boston Public. The show is a dramatic, sometimes comedic, behind-the-scenes look at the personal and professional lives of teachers working at a midsize high school in Boston.
The John Larroquette Show
A fascinating case study in how to destroy a successful situation comedy. In its first season The John Larroquette Show was a daring dark comedy and a hit. Set in a St. Louis long distance bus terminal, with a recovering alcoholic protagonist adrift in a sea of losers, hookers, and street people, black and white, gay and straight, this was unlike anything seen in a sitcom since Hot'l Baltimore a generation before, a comedy that addressed issues on the dark side of the American dream: race, class, gender, abuse of authority, substance addiction, etc. In the second and third season NBC carefully removed each and every element that had made the show interesting, making nonsense of a premise and bland stereotypes of its hard-edged/bizarre characters, then cancelled the show abruptly once everyone had deserted its ridiculously bland fourth season; a great shame.