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Actress Amanda Berkeley is the star of the hit family television sitcom "Whaddaya Want, Mom?", in which she reigns as America's TV sweetheart. However, the side of Berkeley that her weekly television audience doesn't get to see is quite different, as her battles with drugs and alcohol reveal a thinl
A former television detective, now a character actor, comes under suspicion when his co-stars begin to turn up dead in Cannes. Nathan Booth arrives in Cannes to discover the small role that brought him there -- as Hemingway's editor in the Borelli Brothers' film "Hemingway Loved Me" -- has been cut.
Aspiring New York actor Richard Breggs is a nice guy who, after years of refining his craft, has little to show for his hard work but a shabby Greenwich Village walk-up and a career that's stuck in neutral. In a last-gasp attempt at finding success, he decides to shed his nice-guy persona and don th
An adaptation of John Kane's novel about five characters that are the Academy Award nominees for Best Actress. Prim and proper Fiona Covington finds herself on the brink of divorce when fellow nominee Karen Kroll, a soft-porn star turned "serious actress," publicly sets her sights on Fiona's actor-d
Telefilm based on the true story of Alex Kelly, an affluent high school student, who after being accused of rape, fled the country on the eve of his 1987 rape trial and spent eight years on the run in European ski resorts with funds provided by his wealthy parents. He turned himself in to Swiss poli
Four ex-bank robbers get together to hunt for a former associate who gunned down one of their own. Seasoned gunslinger Lee comes upon young Bryce Naylor, the son of his friend Tobey Naylor, digging a grave for his murdered father. Bryce tells Lee that Tobey has been denied a proper Christian burial
This American Film Institute special covers the full spectrum of American movie making from westerns to musicals focussing on the top 100 films chosen by the AFI including Psycho, On the Waterfront, E.T. - The extra-terrestrial, West Side Story, Citizen Kane, 2001, and many others.
Frank Walsh, a widower after 41 years of marriage meets and falls for Florence, an extroverted woman quite different from his late wife. The relationship brings out a joyful, spirited side of Frank but his grown children make it clear they do not approve of her. The disapproval of his eldest son Rob
True-life story of Maggie and Reginald Green, whose son Nicholas was shot and killed by bandits in Italy. When he was declared brain-dead, his parents decided to donate his organs, a gift that enhanced or saved the lives of seven people. The Greens' selflessness also galvanized Italy, which had one
Successful young businessman Will Martin returns to his sleepy hometown following the death of his grandfather, Warren. Will intends to spend a few months with his grandmother, Gram, and bring his grandfather's business into the 90s. Before Will returns to his own life, Gram asks him to help her fin
When Logan Fallon was ten-years-old, he witnessed the murders of his parents, younger sister and five police officers by Mafia thugs. Logan was raised by his Uncle Jake, a Texas rancher and former Army Ranger. Under the guidance of Jake and his good friend and ranch hand Ben, Logan grew from a boy i
Telefilm based on the legend of the miraculous staircase of the Sisters of Loreto Chapel in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Mother Madalyn, the mother superior of an order of Catholic nuns in Santa Fe in 1878, is dying and her last wish is to see her gift to God, a beautiful chapel, completed before her death
Social worker Iris Sayer finds herself confronted with the toughest case of her career after a period of self-imposed retirement. At the behest of her friend Hank Decker, she visits Karen Holmes. Karen, believed by her mother Constance to be mentally ill, has been kept at home in isolation for 16 ye
Seventysomething Katherine Eure and thirtysomething cab driver Mike Donahue embark on a trip that changes their lives forever. The adventure begins when Katherine takes a cab to the funeral of a dear friend. Feeling the need to make every remaining moment of her life count, she tells Mike to keep dr
Television movie based on Sam Reese Sheppard's quest to prove that his father, Dr. Sam Sheppard, did not kill his mother Marilyn in 1954. Sheppard served ten years in prison for the crime before the U.S. Supreme Court overturned the conviction. He was later retried and found not guilty. Sheppard was
The story of a family that undergoes a transformation when faced with a decision about caring for one of its own, a woman with mental retardation. In her will, Rose has named her granddaughter Mary Beth, a college senior, the legal guardian of her developmentally disabled mother Sarah. Upon Rose's d
Tom Gerrin is a plain spoken Kansan who has lived a simple and ordinary life. At the age of 75, he finds he has little to look forward to beyond retiring with his son and overly protective daughter-in-law. A letter from his old flame Veronica, suddenly has him wondering if he hasn't given up too eas
Movie based on the true story of Helen Keller, now an adult, and her teacher, Annie Sullivan. Their close relationship is threatened when John Macy, a caring young professor at the college Helen attends, comes between them. John and Annie fall in love and marry and the two women must choose what is
Sarah Gladstone, the mayor of the small town of St. Nicholas, must find a doctor for the local hospital before Christmas or it will shut down. When Sarah and the other residents learn that Mike Greiser is returning to town for Christmas, it spurs them into action. The recently widowed Mike, a succes
Based on the true story about the men aboard the U.S.S. Point Cruz who break all of the rules in order to save an Amerasian infant abandoned in front of an American Army supply depot, in 1953. Knowing that the baby boy will not survive in Korea, the men sneak him aboard their ship, nurse him back to
Documentary about the television series, "Baywatch." After its success as an NBC movie-of-the-week in April 1989, "Baywatch" gauranteed itself a weekly slot on the network's schedule later that fall. Though the series never failed to captivate its viewers, television critics were relentless in their
Profile of legendary crooner Cass Elliot.
Profile of the Grammy Award-winning pop diva, Whitney Houston, and the "bad boy" of R&B, Bobby Brown.
"Miami Vice," the highly stylized cop drama TV series, was one of the defining pop culture phenomena of the fast-living, high-rolling 1980s. It made superstars of lead actors Don Johnson and Phillip Michael Thomas and, for better or worse, helped bring its trademark pastel hued couture and techno mu
Profile of ukulele player and '60s pop-culture celebrity Tiny Tim. The program follows Tim's two rocky marriages, his personal obsessions and a musical career that peaked early and took a long, slow slide downward for the next two decades. In the mid '90s, Tim began a brief comeback before his death
Documentary takes viewers through the beginnings of Los Angeles' famous Comedy Store, which gave big breaks to a great many comedians.
A look back at Golden Globes Awards ceremonies of the past and at last-minute preparations for the 2001 Golden Globes Awards presentation.
Profile of model Gia Carangi, who climbed to the top of her profession in the early 1980s, only to be ultimately ruined by personal demons and drug abuse.
Documentary about the television series, "Beverly Hills, 90210," which premiered October 4, 1990. During the show's ten-year run, the teenaged characters dealt with many issues, including drug abuse, AIDS, pre-marital sex and teenage pregnancy. The show's success transformed the cast into instant te
Traces the turbulent private life of Marilyn Monroe, whose beauty, mystery, fragility and power remain a source of endless fascination nearly 40 years after her death. The platinum-haired actress beguiled male audiences with her "woman-child" charms and became 1950s Hollywood's golden girl. But the
Documentary about John F. Kennedy Jr. and the final days before his death in a plane crash on July 16, 1999, which also took the lives of his wife, Carolyn, and her sister, Lauren.
Viewers are given a backstage pass into the lives of the five young men from Boston who, as the "boy band" New Kids on the Block, ignited a coast-to-coast teen frenzy from 1989-1992 only to become a pop culture punch line a few short years later. Created by R&B producer, Maurice Starr (who also crea
John Hughes's 1984 film "Sixteen Candles" helped to reinvent the teen film genre, thus launching a new age of youth-driven comedies. On the surface, the movie was a frantic farce, populated with geeks, freaks and even groping grandparents; but the movie was also a tender tale of teenage love.
The rags to riches tale of America's lifestyle guru, Martha Stewart, is examined. The epitome of the self-made woman, Stewart emerged from a troubled childhood to become one of the world's richest women, owning a media empire worth over one billion dollars. Known for her sheer ambition and an appeti
On the night of August 20, 1989, entertainment industry executive Jose Menendez and his wife Kitty were brutally gunned down inside their Beverly Hills home. The murders sent shock waves through the usually serene neighborhood, but even more stunning was the police investigation, which revealed thei
A look back at the original installment of the now-legendary reality/adventure series Survivor. The story of what actually happened to the sixteen castaways who were stranded on an island in the South Pacific is revealed.
The drama behind the drama is examined on America's number-one daytime soap opera "The Young & the Restless." The 28-year-old soap boasts such bedlam as backstabbing, nervous breakdowns, lawsuits, facelifts and fistfights. And that's just what happens behind the camera of this beloved daytime drama.
Joan Rivers and Melissa Rivers attend the Republican and Democratic National Conventions to dissect the role of fashion in politics and its influence on a candidate's image.
Profile of the late John Holmes, who came to be known as "The King of Porn," thanks to an extraordinary physical endowment. His life and career in the world of adult films eventually descended into a hellish world of drug abuse, spousal battery, petty crime, and ultimately, murder. Included is his i
Profile of the Village People, a 70's band featuring six macho men with mustaches and muscles. The Indian, the Cop, the Cowboy, the GI, the Construction Worker and the Biker made up a merry band of minstrels in a time of excess.
Profile of actor David Strickland. An up-and-comer in Hollywood with roles on the television series "Suddenly Susan," "Mad About You" and "Sister, Sister," and a movie role in "Forces of Nature," 29-year-old Strickland committed suicide at the Oasis Motel in Las Vegas on March 22, 1999.
Profile of actor Tom Laughlin, best known for his portrayal of Billy Jack, the ex-Green Beret, half-cowboy, half-Indian, karate-kicking pacifist.
Profile of Wally George, a stuttering teenager before landing a role on the "Ozzie & Harriet" radio show. The program explores his almost two-decade run as the host of the successful and controversial talk show "Hot Seat." The highs and lows of George's life are explored, including his fight against
Documentary about the television series "Good Times," which aired on CBS from 1974 to 1979. By combining humor with social criticism, "Good Times" expanded the horizons of television and showcased a new interpretation of the black American family -- one that actually included a father. The sitcom hi
Profile of actor Jay North, best known for his portrayal of the cartoon character "Dennis the Menace," on the CBS television series (1959-63).
Profile of the lives and careers of Las Vegas-based illusionists Siegfried & Roy.
Profile of former Playboy centerfold Rebekka Armstrong. Armstrong's lifestyle of drugs, alcohol and risky sex led to a positive HIV test that changed her life.
A look back at Golden Globes Awards ceremonies of the past and at last-minute preparations for the 2000 Golden Globes Awards presentation.
Profile of director Al Adamson, known as the King of Schlock. Adamson's films shocked and amused drive-in audiences with a cast of monsters and bikers. But his macabre murder on August 3, 1995 kept Adamson from fading into obscurity.
Documentary about the television series "All in the Family," which aired on CBS from 1971 to 1979. Producer Norman Lear's creation was outrageous, groundbreaking, enormously popular and changed the face of primetime television with a new brand of social and political content. Former cast members ref
Special that looks at television taboos. The television landscape has changed dramatically in the past 50 years, and what was once considered off-limits is now fair game. Foul language, sex and nudity, race and religion -- they're all in play now. Host Leeza Gibbons looks at how this came about and
Documentary about a group of New York club kids that become involved with drugs and murder. Party promoter Michael Alig ran wild as the Pied Piper of New York City's underground club scene in the mid '80s. But the party ended in April 1996, when police found the dismembered body of 25-year-old Angel
Documentary that profiles Shannen Doherty, Alyssa Milano and Holly Marie Combs -- the stars of The WB series "Charmed," produced by Aaron Spelling. The program also goes behind the scenes to meet the writers, producers and crew of the series.
A look into the lives of people who make Hollywood tick, from Drew Barrymore's personal assistant to the head of casting at NBC. The program also features parties and clubs, including the Mondrian Hotel's Skybar.
Bio of Danish-born actress and model Brigitte Nielsen.
A behind-the-scenes look at television game shows, including "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire," "Twenty One" and "Greed." Winning contestants reveal how they spent their windfalls; contestant coordinators describe what they look for in quiz show contestants; and experts give their opinions on what is
Leeza Gibbons profiles movie and television actors, producers, writers and power brokers who have come "out" publicly. The program also explores the changing on-screen image of gays and lesbians from the days of Rock Hudson to the present.
Profile of Hollywood agent Jay Bernstein. As a youngster growing up in Oklahoma, Bernstein considered acting, but he figured he wasn't handsome enough to land a leading role. Since he refused to settle for second in anything, he moved to Los Angeles in the late 1950s to find his own niche in Hollywo
Profile of figure skater Scott Hamilton. In 1984, Hamilton became the first American male figure skater in 24 years to win an Olympic gold medal. Hamilton discusses his bouts with a threatening childhood illness, the untimely death of his parents and his battle with cancer.
Melissa Rivers and Todd Newton interview celebrities as they arrive for the 6th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards at the Shrine Exposition Center in Los Angeles. Includes behind-the-scenes footage of last-minute preparations for the event.
Live coverage of the Emmy Award nomination announcements from the Academy's Leonard H. Goldenson Theatre in North Hollywood, California.
Profile of actor Jim J. Bullock. As a child growing up in Odessa, Texas, Bullock dreamed of making it in Hollywood. In 1977, he moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in show business. Just three years later, he landed a role on the hit sitcom "Too Close For Comfort." In the years to follow, Bulloc
Profile of the actors of the 1960's television series "The Mod Squad" -- Peggy Lipton, Clarence Williams III and Michael Cole.
Profile of Jesse Ventura, governor of Minnesota, former professional wrestler and radio personality. Includes interviews with Ventura himself, his family and wrestling colleagues.
Host Leeza Gibbons explores Hollywood pressures and how actors and executives respond to them, including why some abuse drugs and alcohol, while others suffer mental ailments or worse.
Profile of controversial Jackson family member LaToya Jackson. Features an interview with LaToya's ex-husband/manager Jack Gordon.
Documentary about the ruby slippers worn by Judy Garland as Dorothy in MGM's 1939 production of "The Wizard of Oz." The program explores the mystery of how many original pairs of slippers actually exist and takes viewers into Hollywood's blackmarket, where treasured pieces of memorabilia are commonl
Documentary about Los Angeles nightclub "Club Cherry." Since 1994, Club Cherry has been the weekend destination for Hollywood movers and shakers.
Profile of businessman and real-estate mogul Donald Trump, focusing on his failed marriages to Ivana and Marla and the business dealings that left him billions of dollars in debt -- and the strategy that secured his financial recovery.
Story behind the 1987 feature film, "Dirty Dancing," starring Jennifer Grey and Patrick Swayze.
Documentary about the television series "Eight Is Enough," which aired on ABC from 1977 to 1981. The series starred Dick Van Patten as the father of eight children. To succeed, the show had to overcome seemingly insurmountable obstacles including the loss of one of its leading stars, actress Diana H
Profile of 1970's comedy team Cheech & Chong.
Profile of ski champion Vladimir "Spider" Sabich who was killed by his girlfriend Claudine Longet when she shot him in the bathroom of their home on March 21, 1976.
A behind-the-scenes look at the red carpet moments not included in the "Pre-Show." The program includes more celebrity interviews and uncensored fashion critiques by Joan Rivers.
Documentary about the television series "Dallas," which aired on CBS from 1978 to 1991. The program focuses on the real-life soap opera behind the scenes -- from Larry Hagman's fight with liver disease, to the tragic murders of Patrick Duffy's parents and the battle for the role of "Miss Ellie" by a
The story behind the 1983 film "Flashdance," starring Jennifer Beals and Michael Nouri, about a female welder who becomes a dancer.
Profile of actor David Carradine, best known for his starring role as Caine in the television series "Kung Fu."
A celebration of celebrity achievements for 2000. The program counts down the top 20 celebrities who have made the biggest impact on the worlds of television, music, film and stage and reveals the "Celebrity of the Year."
Documentary about the on-set deaths of actor Vic Morrow and two children, 7-year-old Myca Lee and 6-year-old Renee Chun, during the filming of "The Twilight Zone" feature film. The program takes an in-depth look at the criminal charges brought against director John Landis and four members of his pro
Melissa Rivers and Todd Newton host E!'s live coverage of celebrities as they arrive for the 42nd annual Grammy Awards presentation.
A behind-the-scene look at the making of one of the most controversial movies of the 1970s -- "Superfly." Actor Ron O'Neal starred in the film that made him an icon, but doomed his career.
Profile of actor Andy Griffith.
Special hosted by Cindy Margolis, "the most downloaded woman on the internet." Cindy heads to the island of Maui, where she hooks up with five of her Hawaiian net buddies; shoots her 2001 calendar; and helps four aspiring models and an aspiring photographer learn about the modeling business by intro
Profile of fitness guru Richard Simmons. As an overweight kid in New Orleans, Richard tried diet pills and other unhealthy weight-loss trends. While studying in Italy at age 21, Richard, who then weighed 268 pounds, got a wake-up call: an anonymous note on his car that read, "Dear Richard, you are v
Documentary about the made-for-television nuptials of Rick Rockwell and Darva Conger for Fox Broadcasting Company's television special "Who Wants to Marry a Millionaire?"
Documentary about how Joseph Hunt, a promising academic genius led some of Los Angeles's most affluent young men, collectively known as the Billionaire Boys Club, through a course in murder 101. The program takes an in-depth look at the start of the Billionaire Boys Club and its controversial end.
Profile of Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Little Richard.
Profile of model/actor Jennifer O'Neill.
Joan and Melissa Rivers report live from the red carpet as nominees, presenters and other celebrities arrive for the annual Golden Globes Awards ceremony.
Profile of actress/comedian Roseanne. The program examines Roseanne's humble beginnings, from her mental illness and teen pregnancy to child abuse.
Profile of Sam Sheppard, the doctor accused of murdering his wife, Marilyn, in 1954 and the inspiration for the television series "The Fugitive." Dr. Sheppard swore his innocence, but he was convicted of second-degree murder and sentenced to life in prison. By the time he was acquitted in 1966, Shep
Profile of professional wrestler Hulk Hoganu
Profile of Sonny Bono, whose leap from singer and pop culture icon to United States Congressman made headlines across the country. The episode also recounts the 1998 ski accident which took Bono's life at the age of 62.
Documentary about the life and death of aspiring singer and former winner of a bogus "Miss Hollywood" beauty pageant, Jill Ann Weatherwax.
A special that looks at the careers of Mike Myers and Adam Sandler and highlights their film releases for the summer of 1999 -- Myer's "Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me" and Sandler's "Big Daddy."
Documentary that focuses on the bride's selection of the wedding dress. Explores the varieties of dresses, from the couture collections of several top designers to the affordable gowns for everyday women. Also examines how a bride-to-be can create her own wedding day style -- from hair and makeup to
Champion figure skater Tara Lipinski performs a series of production numbers on ice. Also includes segments featuring significant people and events in her life.
Documentary that looks behind the scenes of the WCW and WWF television shows.
A look at celebrities' search for meaning in the spiritual disciplines of yoga, Kabbalah, witchcraft, Buddhism and alternative forms of healing. The program also asks questions such as "Is there life after Hollywood?" and "Do Hollywood spirits live on?"
Profile of the television series "Gilligan's Island," which aired on CBS from 1964 to 1967.
Profile of Penthouse magazine's Bob Guccione.
Special that illuminates the increasing importance placed on youth in the entertainment industry. Leeza Gibbons interviews actors, producers, writers, network and marketing executives and others to uncover the social and economic factors driving the youth market's increasing influence and how it is
Live coverage of the 48th annual Miss USA pageant from Branson, Missouri. Fifty-one women, representing 50 states and the District of Columbia, compete for the title of Miss USA.
Presentation of the 25th annual People's Choice Awards, honoring the popular favorites in 18 categories of television, motion pictures and music, as determined by a national survey conducted by The Gallup Organization. In honor of the Awards' Silver Anniversary, three new awards are spotlighted: All
Profile of director Alfred Hitchcock.
Profile of Hollywood Associated Press Correspondent James Bacon.
The program profiles the cast of the 1960's television series "Betwitched," including Elizabeth Montgomery, Dick York and Dick Sargent.
Profile of actress Bo Derek.
Documentary that follows the reigning Miss USA, Kimberly Ann Pressler, as she prepares for and competes in the Miss Universe Pageant. The program looks backstage at the swimsuit, evening gown and costume competitions and inside the delegate's dressing rooms.
A celebration of celebrity achievements for 1999. The program counts down the top 20 celebrities who have made the biggest impact on the worlds of television, music, film and stage and reveals the "Celebrity of the Year."
Profile of former child actress Dana Plato, who died in 1999 at the age of 34.
Behind-the-scenes look at Pamela Anderson Lee's action-drama series "V.I.P."
Profile of controversial independent filmmaker Russ Meyer.
Documentary about Las Vegas weddings, where anything goes at the altar.
Profile of Karyn Kupcinet, daughter of famed Chicago Sun-Times columnist Irv Kupcinet, who moved to Hollywood in the 1960s with dreams of becoming a star. In 1963, 22-year-old Kupcinet was found dead in her West Hollywood apartment, the victim of an apparent strangling. Police never found her killer
Profile of actor Mickey Rourke.
Special about celebrities and the sometimes controversial part they play in raising money and awareness for special causes.
Profile of actress Linda Blair.
Documentary that attempts to uncover the events of the last days of Elvis Presley, who died on August 16, 1977.
E! joins Elite Model Management as they search for the new faces of the year. The program follows a group of American girls from regional contests to the final contest on the French Riviera.
Special that explores one of Hollywood's most controversial issues -- the pressure to stay thin.
Profile of agent Coralie Junior. For nearly 50 years, Coralie shaped the careers of offbeat performers, such as the spoonplayer, the toe dancer, and the contortion artist who can fold herself neatly into a small suitcase.
Joan and Melissa Rivers interview nominees, presenters and other celebrities as they arrive for the 51st annual Primetime Emmy Awards presentation from the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.
Joan and Melissa Rivers review the fashions worn to the 1999 Emmy Awards presentation.
An up-to-the-minute review of the week's events and a preview of what's to come at the 51st annual Primetime Emmy Awards presentation from the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.
Documentary that takes a look at the homes of celebrities Crystal Bernard, Alexandra Paul, Louise Sorel and Benjamin Salisbury.
Joan and Melissa Rivers review the fashions of the century. The program includes interviews with fashion designers.
Profile of actor and comedian Andrew Dice Clay.
Profile of adult film actress Savannah.
Joan Rivers, Melissa Rivers and Leon Hall present Hollywood's fashion winners and losers with "Golden Hanger Awards" in various categories.
Profile of author Harold Robbins. The commercial success of Robbins' risque novels earned him fame, fortune and a jet-set lifestyle but his lavish spending got him in trouble with the IRS, and his drug abuse caught up with him.
Profiles the most popular young performers as determined by an E!online poll.
Profile of The Monkees -- Davy Jones, Peter Tork, Micky Dolenz and Michael Nesmith -- the 1960s band that starred in the television series.
Documentary that looks at the romance of Mick Jagger and Jerry Hall.
Special hosted by Cindy Margolis, "the most downloaded woman on the Internet." Margolis helps a rookie actress land a part on the television series "Pensacola: Wings of Gold"; arranges for an up-and-coming R&B singer to audition with a top record producer; and secures a photo shoot with a major maga
Documentary that examines tha case of Amy Fisher and Mary Jo and Joey Buttafuoco. The program includes an interview with the Buttafuocos and explores the present life of Amy Fisher, after her release from jail.
Profile of the actors who appeared in the 1970s television series "The Partridge Family" -- David Cassidy, Shirley Jones, Susan Dey and Danny Bonaduce.
Melissa Rivers and Todd Newton interview the award recepients backstage at the 51st annual Primetime Emmy Awards presentation from the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.
Profile of actor Rodney Harvey, a street-smart kid from Philadelphia whose good looks led to modeling, feature films and the network television series "The Outsiders." Success was short-lived, as Harvey found himself in trouble with the law and battling drug addiction. Just 10 years after arriving i
Life and career of actor Rock Hudson.
Profile of pop music artist Michael Hutchence. The lead singer of INSX was found dead of a suicide in a Sydney, Australia, hotel. The program traces Hutchence's career from his early days as a budding rock star to his rise to rock icon, and his tangled romantic life.
Documentary that explores singer Ricky Martin's rise to fame.
Documentary that takes a look at the three-year relationship of Madonna and Sean Penn.
Special that explores the healing and well-being philosophies of Deepak Chopra and the chanting and meditation styles of guru Gurmukh Kaur Khalsa. The program also visits health spas and explores the latest in alternative medicine and homeopathic trends.
Skating special follows the continuing adventures of Snowden, the magical snowman from the holiday special "Snowden on Ice." Snowden is joined by his friend Doc and his magical wagon full of Raggedy Ann and Andy dolls. The dolls help Snowden and Doc make children's wishes come true by transporting t
Live presentation of the 47th Annual Miss USA Pageant, from Shreveport, Louisiana.
Presentation of the 33rd annual Academy of Country Music Awards from Universal Studios in Hollywood, California and Universal Studios Florida.
Live presentation of the 16th annual Miss Teen USA pageant from Shreveport, Louisiana.
Live coverage of the 109th annual Tournament of Roses Parade from Pasadena, California, featuring elaborate floral floats, award-winning marching bands and talented equestrian groups. The theme of this year's parade is "Hav'n Fun."
Special highlighting the activities surrounding the 109th annual Tournament of Roses Parade from Pasadena, California. Features a video profile honoring the comedic television career of the parade's Grand Marshal, Carol Burnett.
Live presentation of the 47th Miss Universe Pageant, from Honolulu, Hawaii.
Telecast of the Orange Bowl Parade from Miami, Florida, featuring floats, bands and musical numbers.
Special celebrating the CBS Television Network's Golden Anniversary as a television broadcaster.
Broadcast of the 27th annual Fiesta Bowl Parade from Phoenix, Arizona, which precedes the Fiesta Bowl football game.
Behind-the-scenes look at more than three decades of the James Bond feature film series.
Figure-skating special tells the story of Kate, a single mother who returns to Albert Pond, her childhood home, with her young daughter, Lizzie. As a child, Kate suffered a stunning defeat in a skating championship and has been afraid to skate again. When she returns to Albert Pond, she remembers a
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Miniseries from Alex Haley takes up where his "Roots" saga left off. The story spans fifty years and examines the struggles of Mama Flora, the black matriarch, and her family, including son Willie, granddaughter Diana and first-born son Luke, who was stolen from her at birth. She instills an underst
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Dramatization of the life of eccentric heiress Doris Duke who, at the age of thirteen, inherited $100 million from her tobacco millionaire father Buck Duke. The bond between Doris and her father was powerful but he taught Doris that she could trust no one. Her mother Nanaline rejected Doris from the
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