television in the 1980s


Ric Spiegel, Nobody I know can remember this and I was a kid at the time so maybe I've got confused but if anyone recalls it please let me know. The 1980s were an era defined by conservative politics, the rise of computer technology and the end of the Cold War, as well as 1980s fashion and music. Thanks for the comment and for listing a few of the shows I haven't covered. Brian Devlin (Rock) is a retired military intelligence officer who learns that he has a 28 year old son he never knew he had in the guise of Nick Corsello, a struggling private detective, who begrudgingly accepts the help of his father when it comes to solving cases he is hired to investigate. Tracey Childs, Sam Waterston stared as Quentin E. Deverille, a brilliant American professor who found himself laughed out of a job at Harvard because he dared speculate that it was possible to transmit picture and sound through the air. Scott Bakula, Airing on NBC from January 16, 1981 to August 25, 1981, William Conrad brought to life Rex Strout's reclusive, orchid loving detective, Nero Wolf. Drama, Sci-Fi, An anthology of six science fiction plays ; In "Crimes", a psychologist tries to cope with marital problems while working on the problem of prison overcrowding in 2002. This is a brief look at 28 short-lived and easily forgotten television series from the 1980s with brief plot, cast list, photos, trivia and more. Stars: | Jim Henshaw, Robyn Douglass, Hi everyone. He was considered by many to be nothing more than a lawless vigilante no much better in ethics than those he helped to catch and send to prison. I think that was the one where the truck turned invisible (it was a long time ago). Blond haired, blue eyed Judson Scott was Bennu of the Golden Light, an ancient extraterrestrial who was awakened from his sleeping place in Peru. Television in the United States - Television in the United States - The year of transition: 1959: As noted above, the period that ran roughly between 1948 and 1959 is referred to by many historians and scholars of the medium as the “Golden Age” of television. | Mattocks, Fost and Ackroyd are Britain's first three astronauts. Although a television set cost about $400—a substantial sum at the time—TV was soon “catching on like a case of high-toned scarlet fever,” according to a March 1948 edition of Newsweek magazine. Sadly, Simon would pass away, October 14, 2010 at age 58 from colorectal cancer. and Cover Up. The two actors were never tested together before being cast in their roles.Brandon Tartikoff, then President of Entertainment at NBC, personally sent Tyson the script for the series which was unusual but NBC was banking on Tyson becoming a TV superstar much like Don Johnson had. I can't say for sure if this is the real reason (only what I have read on various sites), but I do know that Arnold wasn't seen in the series after his first appearance. | I swear there was a very short lived show called T.L.C. WOW! LeVar Burton, 60 min Events January. Dan Hennessey, Does anyone remember this at all? A group of guerilla fighters battle the evil machine forces that dominate a future Earth. The crime drama series starred the late Patrick Swayze Bandit in an early television role. Richard Christie, Action, Sci-Fi. Posing as his cousin and keeping her ... See full summary », Stars: Street Hawk aired on ABC from January 4, 1985 to May 16, 1985. Chris Burton, James Hazeldine, I think you're thinking of "Probe" starring Parker Stevenson! I would like to add the show small wonder to this list. goldenrulecomics from New Jersey on May 30, 2011: I only remember a handful of the shows, and I have to say that Gung Ho was just terrible. What about "Big Shamus, Little Shamus" with Brian Denehey as a detective with a young son? This is a list of British television related events from 1980. The show's plot was that a group of "misfits" who ended up getting together because they all shared one thing in common, they had super powers. I can't think of any US TV series from the 80's that has this plot line, anyone else have a clue? Stars: Sadly, the series debuted against CBS's very popular series The Dukes of Hazzard. Carmen Du Sautoy, Stars: in the years 1980 to 1989. They made most of their money gambling, but when having a run of bad luck, they would pick an occasional job, which is usually where all the fun took place. Richard Epcar, Amanda Pays, I'd never heard of that before, but what a great premise! Brad Koepenick, The series may have done a little better than it did, if it hadn't been caught up in the 1980 Screen Actors Guild strike which prevented it from going into production until late in the fall. This 1985 show was a mixture of comedy, fantasy and science fiction. 1980s TV – So Dramatic. Whew! Cree Summer, Action, Adventure, Comedy, Jesse, an alien exiled to Earth, finds himself in Los Angeles. E.G. This is the first time his acting career centered around a role connected with sports. Stars: that had a good looking young sheriff. Two opposing factions of transforming alien robots engage in a battle that has the fate of Earth in the balance. Television in the United States - Television in the United States - The 1990s: the loss of shared experience: In the 60 years between 1929, when radio became the dominant conveyor of the prevailing mass culture in the United States, and 1989, when cable television became a truly mature industry, broadcasting provided … * In another chapter, the man was in a cave with a woman. | Director: John A. Alonzo | Stars: Elizabeth Montgomery, Cliff Potts, Michael Cavanaugh, Gary Combs Votes: 98 I was a child back then so I only have "lagoons" about the plot. The next-to-largest genre represented in the top ten Nielsen ratings for TV shows of the 1980s is drama. Prunella Gee, The was West's first series in 20 years and he said that the show was really an attempt to modernize the Keystone Kops with lots of slapstick comed, a sort of "upside down Hillstreet Blues.". Sam Jones (Flash Gordon fame) was the Highwayman, a US Marshal in this futuristic series that critics said was a cross between Mad Max and Knight Rider.Partnered with Jones was Jetto, played by an Aussie actor, Jacko, whose main claim to fame here in the US was a series of commercials for Energizer batteries, you remember those, right, he would stick the battery on his shoulder and dare you to knock it off. The series co starred Tim Russ and Jane Badler and was produced by Glen A. Larson who said he envisioned it as being a cross between Gunsmoke and The Road Warrior. Cassidy was proud of the show and how it dealt with real human issues and relationships and had no gimmicks at all and was a welcome departure from The Hardy Boys. I ask that you keep the comments on topic and I also want you to be aware that they are moderated in order to keep this page reader friendly. Pusser, a real life sheriff in McNeal County, Tennessee gained fame as a no nonsense tough and rowdy lawman who didn't hesitate to use force to arrest criminals. Adventure, Drama, Sci-Fi, Earth has been conquered by an alien race known as the Masters using their giant Tripods. I remember AUTOMAN - I LOVED Automan!!! The main character was in his 40's and bald I think. I would probably watch all of these shows. :). William Jordan, Thrown into another dimension, a family must keep ahead of a tyrannical state's hunters while searching for a way home. Meeno Peluce, NO, If YOU hang I die! | and admitted that he was actually thrilled that the show was cancelled because he said it lacked any real spark and had no comedy to it. Animation, Action, Adventure. There's another i remember from Saturday morning cartoons on NBC about a pop band that gets sucked into another dimension and turned into cartoons. I liked Jim Hutton as Ellery. Without her, he had no clue as to what his mission on earth was to be about. Robin Hayter. Producer Mark Carliner described the series as what you get if you , "Season a pot of Robert A. Heinlein's "A Stranger in a Strange Land", with a pinch of Gore Vidal's "Kalki", fold in a cup of Eric Van Danniken's "Chariots of the Gods" and you've got it.". | Great job on these almost forgotten shows. ABC aired this series at the moronic hour of 7:30 pm. George Innes, Nancy Harewood, 30 min Rounding out the cast was Ace's girlfriend, Luana (Shera Danesand) and Lt. Fanning (Dick Christie), a police officer who is just awestruck by Ace's luck. Patrick Culliton, Not Rated @MrAverageGuy: I loved Ellery Queen. Fun lens, and must be a lot of us with 1970s nostalgia. Glory Miller (author) from USA on July 26, 2011: @anonymous: I sympathize with you, as I liked a lot of the short lived shows, too, not just ones from the 80's, but from the 70's as well. Lanny has no real talent for the sport and was only involved in it to please his dad.The show, a sitcom, aired for only four episodes on NBC starting on April 6, 1986 to May 4, 1986. A year after Liberation Day, courtesy of the red-dust bacteria, the humanoid, lizard-like aliens develop a resistance to the micro-organism and try to regain control of the Earth--only now some humans are knowingly working with them. The title of the pilot was The Good Witch of Laurel Canyon and it aired in May of 1982 and starred Art Hindle and Kim Cattrell. The adventures of a team of misfit superheroes who fight crime for a scientific think tank. Steve Hanks, Michelle Pfeiffer and Asher Brauner in B.A.D. | Kathy Lunt I think the show you are talking about is MacGruder and Loud (1985). I remember the stage sets being very sparse and not really old time medival looking ta all. One episode guest starred Charo. Ran from 1981-82. It aired on ABC from March 4, 1983 to April 1983. Marla Pennington, A movie or show about 2 kids being taken care of by an older woman who is actually a robot? Stars: MTV, television network that began in 1981 as a 24-hour platform for music videos and by the mid-1980s had a noticeable effect on movies and television, as well as the music industry. Glory Miller (author) from USA on November 14, 2014: The story is that Arnold "Beef"/"Ice Man" Beifneiter (portrayed by Mickey Jones) who had the ability to freeze anything he touched, was written out of the show right after the pilot episode because of a complaint by Marvel Comics who had a similar character in their X Men series of characters. Rod Taylor, Robert Hays, Polka Dot Door set in the 1980's with hosts Carrie Loring and Johnnie Chase.jpg 1,716 × 1,145; 370 KB. Anne Ridler, 30 min What about the short lived series "The Four Seasons" which was a take-off from the successful movie? Also for some unknown reason I remember the 'Snoop Sisters' but I can't for the life of me, figure out why. Bill Sadler played Lieutenant Charlie Fontana, Cleary's only friend left on the force and who helped him with his cases whenever possible. She did the Charleston and had a crush on Rudolph Valentino. Pages in category "1980s British children's television series" The following 200 pages are in this category, out of approximately 225 total. Bruce Boa, 30 min Drama, Sci-Fi. Lorne Greene, 60 min Michael Cavanaugh, Eros Rivers, TV-Y7 There was a tv show (mid to late 80's I think. Beyond Westworld began it's run on CBS on March 5, 1980 and lasted until March 19, 1980 with five episodes shown. Anyone remember this? The series has yet to be released onto DVD, but you can find the television movie that inspired the series. In real life, Pusser died in a car crash that left some thinking that it wasn't accidental, that his enemies finally had gotten rid of this thorn in their sides. Benjean, 23 min They may have been teens or young adults. Christopher Lockwood, Stars: Jonna Lee. Adventure, Comedy, Sci-Fi. The sitcom reflected the move in the United States from the cultural liberalism of the 1960s and 1970s to the conservatism of the 1980s. I remember watching Street Hawk. i n misfits of science u forgot the neanderthal man. Stars: Action, Adventure, Mystery. | This is a brief look at 28 short-lived and easily forgotten television series from the 1980s with brief plot, cast list, photos, trivia and more. An alien spaceship crash lands on Earth and the technology and secrets she bears lead Earth into three destructive interplanetary wars. . Stephen Liska, 70 min | Stars: Television in the United States - Television in the United States - The late 1960s and early ’70s: the relevance movement: After the introduction of television to the public in the 1940s, a distinct dichotomy emerged between entertainment programming (which made up the bulk of the most popular shows) and news, … An ancient and powerful human-like alien is pursued on modern Earth while he searches for his long lost partner. My poor feet are still aching from all the running I had to do in Cannon." | He then starts a quest of revenge, hunting down the criminals one by one. Wow, I was only 13 at the time, but I remember The Phoenix so well; especially the theme music - I've not heard since it was on the short-lived-air back in the early 80s, but that tune still plays through my head. The zany adventures of a suburban family, their next-door neighbors, and an innovative robot designed to look like a human child. | Rounding out the cast was Mark Blankenfield as Freddy, the nearly blind elevator operator, Brian McNamara as Charles Nutt III, Molly Hagen as Sally Lonnaneck and Gregory Itzin as Dennis. | I think it was on during the week at 9pm. Comedy, Family. Ya hear that Paramount!! Kent Stoddard, TV-PG Mark Thomas Miller, | Carmen Argenziano, 24 min 30 min Well biggest reason being I was born 1979. Jonathan Frakes, Anyone remember an 80s TV show set in a bar in San Bernardino? a Show where 2 guys fall asleep while heating something on their gas stove, and wake up in the future...I remember the non-Balki guy from Perfect Strangers. Bennu was an enlightened being who was socially responsible, kind, non violent and environmentally aware. He took the idea for the series to ABC because he had done Baretta for them, but they weren't interested, much to his disappointment. Alain Dorval, NBC made history in the 1980s with an announcerless telecast, which was a one-shot experiment credited to Don Ohlmeyer, between the Jets and Dolphins in Miami on December 20, 1980), as well as a single-announcer telecast, coverage of the Canadian Football League during the 1982players' strike (the first week of broadcasts featured the NFL on NBC broadcast teams, before a series of blowout games on th… Hi,does anyone remember tv series about two girls going on holiday,I think Thailand,they met a gay on a plane,he spend time with him,and on the way back home they were stopped at the airport,because police found drugs on them,planted by that guy...they end up in jail,was horrible,when finally they got out they tried to find the guy,and they succeeded,got they revenge...Oh,and he gave them scorpion rings,or necklaces..I think the series was called Sorion,or sign of the scorpion...trying to find it for a long time.... @anonymous: I thought this was a great show! Joining them in their fight to stop car thieves is Officer Samantha Jensen (a young Michelle Pfeiffer). The show was produced by Glen A. Larson who never seemed to get a lot of respect from critics. The driver, the title's 'Highwayman' was one of a team of federal marshals empowered to right wrongs "where ordinary laws do not reach" - and to ... See full summary », Stars: The plot of the series wasn't anything spectacular, as a man finding out his is a father years after the big event happens isn't all that uncommon in the real world or in the movies. I have searched forever for it and the individual episodes. Jim McMullan, A computer-generated superhero and his human creator fight crime in the city. Action, Drama, Horror. Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi. | He always wore sunglasses which hid his eyes, which, when he was fully charged with electric, would glow. I have been trying to remember this for years with no luck so far. 1982 and was created by John Hawkesworth who gave us such classics as Upstairs Downstairs and The Duchess of Duke Street. I wish I could include every 80's TV series that would work in this category (and there are a lot) but a page this size can only hold so many. :D I remember all but a couple of them. Notable science fiction television shows from the eighties (1980-1989). Maggie Briggs (Suzanne Pleshette) worked for the financially troubled New York Examiner and in order to try to turn around their finances, the paper wanted a new look and they figured adding a new feature called Modern Living would just what they needed. Humanity must resume its war against the Martians when they revive after decades of hibernation following their defeat in the 1950s. Some of these shows actually had potential and why they never found their core audience is a bit of a mystery. In the near future, a human cop and his alien partner fight crime and discrimination in Los Angeles. This was a really fun series that was cancelled due to low ratings, because it was going up against Dallas on CBS. This NBC series ran for 15 episodes starting on September 4, 1985 to December 25, 1985. The setting was an auto plant in Hadleyville, Pennsylvania that had been reopened as part of Assan Motors, a Japanese owned company. Christopher Daniel Barnes, Christopher Collins, 30 min I remember being crushed when it wasn't renewed. series of mine). Nick Donovan (Asher Brauner) and Ocee James (Steve Hanks) are former race car drivers who are hired by the LAPD, because of their superior driving skills. When humans reach the age of sixteen, they must undergo a process known as capping which places ... See full summary », Stars: Stars: James Wainwright, Sorry, I don't recognise any of the other unknown shows in comments. Chuck Wagner, This is a compilation of mostly national television ads that aired during the early and mid-1980s. Now, to make ends meet he worked as a private detective. Still, it's a memory itch I'd like to scratch. Her mentor at the paper was Walter Holden (Kenneth McMillian) and her best friend Connie (Shera Danese). Peter Willcox was King an Elvis impersonator, Keenen Wynn was Butch and Hank Rolike was Sundance, two over the hill cops just waiting for retirement. But, this was no run of the mile detective agency as Amanda was a witch who used her powers to solve cases which sounded easy but lets just say that her powers were sometimes a little unreliable. Anyway you get the gist.... it was hilarious. | Danny John-Jules, Lance Warren, Glory Miller (author) from USA on July 15, 2015: I have to admit that I never watched much of anything on PBS, so I guess that is why I have never heard of the show. Including the two part pilot, this dud lasted for thirteen episodes from January 9, 1984 to June 17. Stars: This list may not reflect recent changes (). Television series which originated in the United States in the decade 1980s. George took the cat to the vet, and when the vet called back to say the cat (X) was pregnant, Gracie thought her friend (X) was pregnant (even though she went in X place). Action, Crime, Mystery. Anne Schedeen, 60 min Glory Miller (author) from USA on December 24, 2018: Jennifer Slept Here starring Ann Jillian kind of fits your description. The adventures of high-school student Matthew Star, who is actually a superpowered alien Prince from another world. I just sort of remember some of them, guess I wasn't watching much TV then or was on another channel. Max Wright, This short-lived series that aired on NBC from February 3, 1989 to April 14, 1989, brought David Soul back to prime-time as Westley Grayson, an agent with the Behavioral Science Unit of the U.S. Justice Department. But, his real dream was to be a street cop. Anthony Daniels, 30 min Stars: Jim Baker, The series got off to a slow start, it was to begin production in June of 1981, but postponed because of a screen writers strike and then because of Hudson's heart surgery. 1980s: TV and Radio. Maybe you can help me. He could hurl lightning bolts and run super fast. I also liked the Powers of Matthew Star as has been mentioned in the comments. Comedy, Family, Sci-Fi. Go to the com icons guys, and see that these kinds of series still have cult following, and they bring happiness and joy, rather than boring violence and darkness. Automan did that !!!!! What about 'Marbelhead Manor' with Paxton Whitehead and Michael Richards? Robert Blake was Father Noah "Hardstep" Rivers a priest at St. Dominic's parish is a tough east LA neighborhood. Animation, Adventure, Family. Iâm becoming nostalgic in my old age. | […] Working with him was Johnny Betts (Josh Brolin) a young man who worked with Cleary's deceased brother, who happened to be a private detective but was killed while working on a case. Cats. Blake began working on the concept for Helltown when he was working on Blood Feud in 1983. * On the main theme, the man is shooting down an helicopter with a bazooka. The male hero was an intellectual type who had built an entire castle in his mind when he was younger. Rounding out the cast was lovely Randi Brooks, Tim Dunigan, Clive Revill and Walter Olkewicz. @anonymous: Hey! Oddly enough, I remember lots of these. Others, after watching an episode or two, it makes a viewer wonder … The series was about two cowboys who, instead of riding horses on the open range, roamed across the country side in their beat up camper looking for adventure and finding it. Glory Miller (author) from USA on August 01, 2013: @anonymous: Almost sounds like the plot for a big screen movie from 1999 called Brokedown Palace. Naturally, these conditions make coexistence difficult for them, but funny to us. The series has never been released onto DVD, but you can find an episode or two on Prime Time Crime: The Stephen J. Cannell Collection released onto DVD in 2010. Others, after watching an episode or two, it makes a viewer wonder how these shows ever made it into production to begin with, but be they good or bad, they are all short lived TV series from the 1980s'. Enterprise-D on their own mission to go where no one has gone before. Sadly the show was pitted against ABC's Dynasty and didn't stand much of a chance. He had special abilities like telekinesis, the power to levitate and to do astral projection, etc. Doomed to stay on Earth until Jesse can ... See full summary », Stars: Television programming has had a huge impact on American and world culture. The Best TV Shows of the 1980s. Thanks for understanding. Jay Benedict, | This 1987 series was set in Hollywood during the 1950s; Jack Cleary (Michael Woods) was a good cop who lost his job because of a frame up by those on the force who were the bad guys. John Shackley, I saw one episode, so I know it existed -- but no one else seems to know what I'm talking about. Alexander Blacke (Hal Linden) was a magician who liked to solve crimes with the help of his con artist father, played by Harry Morgan. Adventure, Family, Sci-Fi. Colin Jeavons, 60 min This was very similar in plot to the present day series, Criminal Minds and co starred Kent McCord and Richard Kind. "Roseanne" has been called "groundbreaking," "unflinching" and "among the 50 greatest TV shows of all time." The Phoenix its run on ABC on March 19, 1982 and ended on April 16, 1982. | I'm really surprised you didn't include 1980's "Tenspeed and Brown Shoe" on this list. Steve Kramer, Bhodi Li earth's world champion at Photon is selected to join an elite team of Photon Warriars. In "Bright Eyes", ... See full summary », Stars: Critics said the series was merely an attempt to update the old Route 66 series for the 1960s. Five cowboys are sent forward in time from 1899 to 1986, where they start their own detective agency. Stars: Animation, Action, Adventure. Toshio Furukawa, The Star Cops are made up of officers from all over the world: the British Colin Devis, the Australian... See full summary », Stars: This was SO kewl! Maybe we can get some input from the good folks out there... anyone have any info about this show? The cartoon was Kidd Video for sure. It was the first series to deal with mental illness in an adult manner. Having to use cars, clothes and sets that fit the 1950's feel of the series and the budget for the remaining 11 episodes was set at $18 million dollars. Shaun Cassidy, who gained teen idol status as Joe Hardy on The Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries, took on the role of Dave Stohler, a guy who loved bicycle racing in the series Breaking Away inspired by the 1979 feature film of the same name. It went on like that for a while...it seemed so funny at the time. The complete series was released onto DVD in 2006. For the most part it received good reviews, but just couldn't find its audience. After Morgan's series AfterMASH was cancelled he intended on doing very little acting and certainly had no desire to work on a series again, but when he was sent the script for the show, he loved it citing it was different than anything he had ever worked on before. The most-watched television shows, from 1980 to 1989, were: Dallas (1980) Dallas (1981) His main purpose was to find his mate, Mira, who came from the planet Eldebran, some 40,000 years earlier. | Stars: Some of these shows actually had potential and why they never found their core audience is a bit of a mystery. | @jackiejormpjomp: Maybe Greatest American Hero? The series did have a very catchy theme. :D. Charito Maranan-Montecillo from Manila, Philippines on March 27, 2014: I remember watching "Manimal". It launched the Video Music Awards in 1984, and in the 21st century it tried to position itself as a music destination on the Internet. Veteran cop Charlie "C.B." boss's name was Greenspan I think ..........the investigator had a female partner. CBS took exception to some of her scenes in the film and decided that they needed to replace her, so the series was totally revamped and given the new name of Tucker's Witch. 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