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Airtight




To control the air is to rule the world.

Nuclear testing has fractured the Earth's crust, releasing poisonous gases into the
atmosphere. Breathable air is now an expensive and rare commodity. A few cities have
survived by constructing colossal air stacks which reach through the toxic layer to the
remaining pocket of precious air above. The air is pumped into a huge underground
labyrinth system, where a series of pipes to the surface feed the neighborhoods of the
sealed city.
It is the Air Force, known as the "tunnel hunters", that polices the system. Professor
Randolph Escher has made a breakthrough in a top-secret project, the extraction of
oxygen from salt water in quantity enough to return breathable air to the world. Escher is
kidnapped by business tycoon Ed Conrad, who hopes to monopolize the secret process
and make a fortune selling the air by subscription to the masses. Because Conrad
Industries controls the air stacks, not subscribing to his "air service" would mean certain
death.
When Air Force Team Leader Flyer Lucci is murdered, his son Rat Lucci soon uncovers
Conrad's involvement in his father's death and in Escher's kidnapping. Rat must go after
Conrad, not only to avenge his father's murder, but to rescue Escher and his secret
process as well. The loyalties of Rat's Air Force colleagues are questionable, but Rat has
no choice. Alone, if necessary, he must fight for humanity's right to breathe.

Title
Airtight
Genre
Action
Category
TV Movie
Format
two hours
Starring
Grayson McCouch, Andrew Farlane, Tasma Walton
Directed by
Ian Barry
Produced by
Produced by Airtight Productions Proprietary Ltd. and the Greenboe Corporation Pty. Ltd.
in association with Viacom Productions Inc. and KirchMedia
Alien Fury




A false threat, a real attack. Earth is now about to face the consequences.

While photographing the moon, the U.S. satellite Lunar Prospector II disappears
somewhere above the lunar south pole. When the Defense Department receives and
decodes the last photograph taken by the satellite, the image reveals what appears to be
armed alien craft on the moon's surface.
Based on this image and failed communication attempts, a high-ranking official at
Defense, Bill Templar, convinces the government to launch a nuclear-armed satellite in a
pre-emptive strike. By chance, a local cop, Detective Kevin Anjanette discovers proof
that Templar had faked the photograph. It then surfaces that there ARE aliens on the
moon, albeit peaceful, and Templar is actually a malcontented member of their race.
His plan is to incite a violent, military action by Earth against his people, who would then
be forced to retaliate by annihilating the planet. Detective Anjanette finds himself in the
fateful position of having to communicate to the aliens that he will try to have the
misguided nuclear attack aborted.The race is on with mere minutes left before the
bomb's impact.

Title
Alien Fury
Genre
Thriller
Category
TV Movie
Format
two hours
Starring
Dale Midkiff, Stephen Tobolowsky, Kelly Perine, Grace Phillips
Directed by
Rob Hedden
Produced by
Production in association with Paramount Network Television and KirchMedia
Almost Perfect




Career or relationship? Life's too short to make choices!

Kim Cooper is almost perfect. She's beautiful and ambitious. She's the producer of a hit
TV cop series and heads a trio of male writers. Sure they can be finicky at times, but she
knows how to prod and pamper them to ignite their creativity. So what's missing?

A man! In particular, one who isn't intimidated by this powerhouse. Kim finally meets her
match in Mike, a tough district attorney who's every bit as talented, determined and busy
as Kim. But can they both slow down the rapid-fire pace of their lives long enough to
have a serious relationship?

Nancy Travis (Three Men and a Baby, Married to the Mob) stars as the harried career girl
in search of Mr. Right. The half-hour comedy series was co-created by Robin Schiff and
Emmy Award-winning producers Ken Levine and David Isaacs, whose combined credits
include Cheers, M*A*S*H, The Simpsons and Frasier.

Title
Almost Perfect
Genre
Comedy
Category
Series
Format
34 x half hour
Starring
Nancy Travis, Kevin Kilner, Chip Zien, Matthew Letscher, David Clennon
Directed by
David Isaacs
Produced by
Produced by Levine & Isaacs Productions in association with Paramount Network
Television
At Any Cost




They want to play music, but the music business plays with them

These four have always wanted to rock 'n' roll, and their chance finally comes. The two
brothers Lance and Mike, Lance's wife Chelsea and their ambitious manager Ben score a
lucrative recording contract with a major label. Because of Mike's growing heroin
problem, however, eventually Ben is issued an ultimatum: "We'll back the album, but
Mike's gotta go."
Lance convinces Mike to clean up, but Ben's motives are becoming suspect. When Mike
painfully discovers that his girlfriend Rebecca secretly had an abortion, Ben slips him a
packet of heroin. In minutes Mike is dead from an overdose. Suspecting Ben's
involvement in Mike's death, Lance confronts him, initiating a showdown which ends with
Ben's being accidentally shot by the cops.
Forced back to his basics, Lance returns to the purity of his music. It's been a long road
and the costs have been high; he's learned how to roll, and now it's time again to rock.

Title
At Any Cost
Genre
Drama
Category
TV Movie
Format
two hours
Starring
Eddie Mills, Glenn Quinn, James Franco, Maureen Flannigan, Cyia Batten
Directed by
Charles Winkler
Produced by
A production of Charter Films, Inc., Morling Manor Music, Inc., and Taylor Electric in
association with Wilshire Court Productions and KirchMedia
Avalon: Beyond The Abyss




Science vs. a 5000-year-old Mayan myth

Marine specialist Dr. John Alden is summoned by the Navy to research and stop an
environmental disaster which has already claimed the lives of hundreds of vacationers in
the Yucatan. A "black tide" of deadly algae is rapidly moving across the Gulf of Mexico
toward the Texas coast, endangering thousands.
During one of the team's preliminary dives in the Yucatan, Mayan cave paintings are
discovered in an underwater cavern. Subsequent interpretation by an archaeologist, Dr.
Harrison, reveals the cyclic story of a Mayan god's return every 5000 years, accompanied
by tragic consequences for the whole of mankind. A
lden, as a scientist, laughs this off as primitive superstition. When his deep-sea
submersible "Scorpio" is disabled by an extraordinary magnetic field emanating from an
underwater chasm, Alden is forced to use a new, high-tech hardsuit and go down alone
to retrieve it. What Alden discovers in the depths of the chasm is about to forever alter
his perceptions of Mayan mythology.

Title
Avalon: Beyond The Abyss
Genre
Action Adventure
Category
TV Movie
Format
two hours
Starring
Parker Stevenson, Mehgan Heaney-Grier, Billy Rieck, Shelli Lether, Krista Allen
Directed by
Philip Sgriccia
Produced by
Produced by Viacom Productions Inc. in association with KirchMedia
Becker




One third tactless. One third rude. Three thirds loveable!


As producer Dave Hackel puts it, "Becker is a character with little or no regard for
political correctness." And this is what makes him so unique.
He looks at the world around him, sees a society gone mad ? and gives everyone a piece
of his mind, whether they want it or not. Among those who want it are TV viewers all
over the world.
Still among the most successful series on television, it continues to be "the most
unconventional hit comedy on the air today" (The New York Times). Catch the sixth
season of "Becker" and watch the good doctor find hundreds of new things to complain
about!

Title
Becker
Genre
Comedy
Category
Series
Format
129 x half hour
Starring
Ted Danson, Terry Farrell, Hattie Winston, Shawnee Smith, Alex Desert
Directed by
Dave Hackel
Produced by
Produced by Industry Entertainment in association with Paramount Network Television
Code Name Phoenix




She arose from the ashes to save humanity.

In 21st-century Hong Kong, Lucy Chang, code name Phoenix, is wiped out along with her
entire Special Forces unit in a commando raid on a factory producing a virus capable of
reversing the aging process. If such an elixir of immortality were to be mass-produced
for global distribution, even before the planet's capability to sustain life was fatally
overtaxed, the ensuing chaos to obtain the elixir would result in a devastating anarchy.
Chang mysteriously reappears in Hollywood, where a black-marketeer of high-tech
pharmaceuticals, Jiang Fong, is readying a worldwide distribution deal for the virus.
Unknown to Chang, a traitor from her own Special Forces team has fed the U.S. Marshals
false information branding her a dangerous terrorist, and placed a one-million-dollar
bounty on her, dead or alive.
A twist of fate allies Chang with Marshal Jake Hawkins; now the U.S. Marshals have two
targets - and the bounty is up to two million. Spurred on by the specter of global
catastrophe, Chang and Hawkins must prevent Jiang's distribution of the virus before the
U.S Marshals and her own traitorous colleague find them.

Title
Code Name Phoenix
Genre
Action
Category
TV Movie
Format
two hours
Starring
Jeff Meek, Christina Cox, David Arnott, Jonathan Scarfe, Lexa Doig, Phillip Jarrett
Directed by
Jeff Freilich
Produced by
Production in association with Paramount Network Television and KirchMedia
Deadly Games




When brilliant young scientist Dr. Gus Lloyd isn't dabbling with anti-matter, he's
concocting his own home video games. But one day his wires get crossed, his experiment
goes awry, and his game becomes reality.

Bursting into the real world, the video game's evil characters are programmed to destroy
love, laughter, and life on earth. Led by supreme villain Sebastian Jackal, they're freakish
caricatures of Gus' enemies. And the good guys? Gus, of course, and Lauren, the girl he
loves. Together, they've got to "play" each round of the game to stop the bad guys from
conquering the world.

Starring Christopher Lloyd of "Back to the Future" fame as Jackal, Deadly Games drew
cheers from TV Guide: "So let's hear a hip-hip for Deadly Games". Variety declared that
it "boasts a snappy premise, likable leads and fun stories" and has a good shot at "a
broader 'Hercules' or 'Baywatch' audience."

Title
Deadly Games
Genre
Action
Category
Series
Format
13 x one hour
Starring
James Calvert, Cynthia Gibb, Stephen T. Kay, CHRISTOPHER (1) Lloyd
Directed by
Paul Bernbaum
Produced by
Produced by Shaken Not Stirred Productions and Rumbleseat Productions in association
with Viacom Productions
The Defenders 3: Taking The First




Can a message of hate be considered free speech?

Four teenage members of a white-supremacy group attack and severely injure a young
Hispanic man after a group rally given by their racist leader John Walker. The law firm of
Preston and Preston accepts the job of defending one of the four, Wyman James, but
they must first convince him to reject the group's racist dogma and testify against the
others. It is only when the victim dies and the charge becomes first-degree murder that
James breaks down and is willing to take the stand in exchange for a deal. All the youths
are convicted, and the Preston lawyers get their client off with a light sentence, but the
defendants' testimony during the trial points the finger to a more important target: John
Walker himself. The law team brings a civil lawsuit against Walker citing wrongful death,
and must now convince the jury that he forfeited the protection of the First Amendment
when his fiery rhetoric incited the violence which led to the murder. The stakes are now
higher. If Walker wins it will be a big boost for extremist right-wing groups everywhere -
and a harmful blow to the legitimate meaning of free speech.

Title
The Defenders 3: Taking The First
Genre
Thriller
Category
TV Movie
Format
two hours
Starring
Beau Bridges, Martha Plimpton, Jeremy London, Philip Casnoff
Directed by
Andy Wolk
Produced by
Produced by Stan Rogow Production in association with Showtime Networks, Paramount
Network Television and BetaFilm
Dream House




In the home of the future a computer keeps everything clean, organized and
efficient. Things are about to get messy...

Richard Thornton is the creator of Helen, a state-of-the-art, interactive home
environment computer that completely and invisibly automates the household. Merged
with artificial intelligence, Helen is capable of making judgements based on experience,
so she "learns" how to better care for those she serves.
Thornton, along with his wife Laura and son Michael move into a test home to check
Helen's functioning before attempting to sell the system to Japanese investors. At first a
novelty, it isn't long before Helen's attention becomes disconcerting and invasive to both
Laura and Michael. Equipped with thermal stress sensors and even a remote EEG
monitoring capability, Helen is capable of detecting their emotional states and even
recording their dreams. When Thornton's wayward daughter Jenny suddenly shows up
with her shady friend Ray, Helen detects undue stress in Thornton and labels the pair a
threat. Laura becomes angry that her husband is spending more time with his creation
than with his family, and after discovering a mysterious system update in Helen's
programming, tries to convince him that the supercomputer is dangerous. Helen has
noted the escalation of anxiety and implements the update.......which overrides
Thornton's orders when his stress levels indicate he can no longer efficiently function. It's
now too late for Thornton to listen to his wife. Helen has decided to exterminate them all
for the sake of her own survival, and no longer obeys her creator. Fleeing throughout the
huge house with death close behind, the family comes to find that it is the tough but
brilliant Jenny that gives them their only chance to survive...

Title
Dream House
Genre
Action
Category
TV Movie
Format
two hours
Starring
Timothy Busfield, Lisa Jakub, Brennan Elliot, Dan Petronijevic
Directed by
Graeme Campbell
Produced by
Produced by United Paramount Network and Singer-White Entertainment
Escape From Mars




It took courage to go to Mars, but will that be enough to get them back?

June 4, 2015. The International Mars Venture (IMV), a privately funded expedition to
explore the red planet, is about to lift off from Cape Santana on the Gulf of Mexico. The
70 billion dollar project includes live, on-line coverage of the spaceship "Sagan" and its 5
member crew completely throughout its 2 1/2 year mission to Mars.
As well as establishing a self-sufficient base for future colonization, the IMV hopes to
determine whether vast mineral wealth might exist on the planet. The crew consists of
the commander, Lia, her second-in command John, the Russian cosmonaut Sergei, as
well as Bill and Andrea. Bill's job will be to design and erect the first stages of what will
become a permanent Martian base. Andrea is the only civilian among the crew and
possesses an exceptional background in Chemistry, for which she was chosen to conduct
IMV's mineral exploration.
Hand picked, thoroughly screened and trained together as a team, the 5 were meant to
function as a single unit. Even though the best-equipped space mission to date, the
Sagan still experiences several critical emergencies underway. Phantom control
malfunctions, system breakdowns, navigational inconsistencies....
Perhaps par for the course on such an ambitious expedition. On Day 178, the Sagan
finally lands on Mars. With all of their difficulties traversing the 119 million miles to the
planet, the question was, Will They Make it? Now on Mars, with what they are about to
experience, the question is, Will They Make It Back?

Title
Escape From Mars
Genre
Action Adventure
Category
TV Movie
Format
two hours
Starring
Christine Elise, Peter Outerbridge, Allison Hossack, Michael Shanks, Lea Ron
Directed by
Neill Fearnley
Produced by
A Singer/White Entertainment Production to be distributed by Paramount Network
Television and KirchMedia
The Fury Within




Her rage gave birth to an evil that her love could not control.

Jo Hanlon is seperated from her husband Mike and desperately hopes that his counseling
sessions will bring him back home to her and their two children, Patty and Jimmy. When
prankish poltergeist activity starts to plague the family, a psychologist suggests that
Jimmy is the source, emotionally reacting to his parents'seperation.
Mike then announces he is in love with another woman and wants a divorce, at which
point the paranormal activity centers on Jo and becomes violent. Jo is unwilling to admit
that she is behind the terror plaguing their family, that unconsciously she is trying to get
Mike back any way she can.
Jo's resentment and rage at losing Mike finally manifest themselves in a monstrous
horror which starts killing everybody standing between her and her husband. Now forced
to see the truth, Jo must stop the horrific evil before it consumes all those she loves.

Title
The Fury Within
Genre
Thriller
Category
TV Movie
Format
two hours
Starring
Ally Sheedy, Costas Mandylor, Jodie Dry, Steve Bastoni
Directed by
Noel Nosseck
Produced by
Produced by Village Roadshow Production Services Pty Ltd in association with Wilshire
Court Productions and KirchMedia
Happy Face Murders




Lorraine watches too many murder mysteries and now her life has become one!

When a serial killer strikes a small town, Lorraine tells police her ill-tempered boyfriend is
the murderer. Although Lorraine's story becomes more complicated, the homicide
detective and a criminology student continue to believe her.

In a twist of irony, Lorraine and Rusty are convicted for the crimes and the real killer
begins to leave clues for the investigators that lead to him...

Title
Happy Face Murders
Genre
Thriller
Category
TV Movie
Format
two hours
Starring
Ann-Margret,, Marg Helgenberger, Henry Thomas, Nicholas Campbell, Rick Peters, David
McIlwraith
Directed by
Brian Trenchard-Smith
Produced by
Cosgrove-Meurer Prods, Inc., Paramount Pictures,
The Last Man On Planet Earth




A biological war wiped out the men......but not the aggression.

World War III was a biological war in which the main agent of death was an experimental
virus designed to act on the male Y-chromosome, killing all of the soldiers. Disastrously,
the unleashed plague mutated and became airborne, within mere months wiping out
97% of the world's male population.
Women now rule women, and daughters are cloned. The remaining 3% of the surviving
male population, those having a natural immunity to the virus, are either living in
quarantine zones or kept as playthings for illegal heterosexual experiences. A graduate
student in bio-engineering, Hope Chase, believes that she can synthetically create a non-
violent man by genetically isolating and removing the aggressive male traits inherent in
the Y-chromosome.
A test-tube in a remote laboratory gives birth to Adam, who is fully developed in form
and intellect in only one month after cellular mitosis acceleration. But Adam disappears,
and Hope must now find him before he is killed on the streets.......by aggressive and
violent women.

Title
The Last Man On Planet Earth
Genre
Drama
Category
TV Movie
Format
two hours
Starring
Julie Bowen, Paul Francis, Tamlyn Tomita, L. Scott Caldwell, Elizabeth Dennehy
Directed by
Les Landau
Produced by
Paramount Pictures presents a Kenneth Biller Production in association with KirchMedia
Level Nine




Fighting high-tech crime with high-end technology

Level Nine is a top-secret strike force specially selected, trained and equipped by the
government for a new millennium of crimefighting. The team of brilliant young hackers
and techno-freaks is led by Special Agent Annie Price, who's as stunning as she is
tenacious. Their opponents are the growing ranks of cyber-criminals - hackers, stalkers
and terrorists. Using the most advanced hardware and surveillance techniques, these
ultra-modern "Untouchables" take on cases conventional law enforcement can't handle.
They track, monitor and expose criminals who commit high-tech and computer crimes
that threaten public safety, commerce and government stability.

Title
Level Nine
Genre
Detective
Category
Series
Format
13 x one hour
Starring
Kate Hodge, Max Martini, Fabrizio Fillippo, Romany Malco, Michael Kelly, Susie Park,
Estoban Powel, Kim Murphy
Directed by
Robert Harmon
Produced by
Produced by Viacom Productions Inc. in association with KirchMedia
The Marshal




U.S. Marshal Winston MacBride is the guy the police call in when they're stumped by a
case or when they can't track down a particularly dangerous suspect. And he's also the
guy the FBI calls in when it looks like cops are in cahoots with crooks...

As a federal officer, MacBride throws his weight all over the U.S., adapting chameleon-
like to different circumstances, mentalities and moral codes. Wherever crime gets out of
hand, MacBride swaggers onto the scene, ready to teach baffled lawmen a thing or two
about getting your man.

MacBride lightens up his cocky, tough-guy demeanor with a wry sense of humor. He also
goofs up regularly, sometimes pursuing quirky hunches that lead nowhere. And with bad
guys as offbeat as he is, MacBride constantly has to keep coming up with new ideas to
track down his elusive prey.

Jeff Fahey (White Hunter, Black Heart) turns MacBride into a winning character oozing
with attitude, who can rattle even the most hard-boiled crooks with his probing gaze. His
MacBride is a rock-solid hero criss-crossing the nation in pursuit of an elusive goal:
justice.

Title
The Marshal
Genre
Detective
Category
Series
Format
25 x one hour
Starring
Jeff Fahey
Directed by
Dean Parisot
Produced by
Produced by Paramount International Television in association with Beta Film
Max Knight: Ultra Spy




A cool, brilliant cyber-master meets his ultimate nemesis.

James Bond wishes he was so cool. Max Knight, Ultra Spy is not only young, good-
looking and hip, but also the designer, builder and user of the most incredible spy
equipment imaginable; automated flying sensor probes, a plasma camouflage suit and,
through his multi-functional sunglasses, a holographic interface to his virtual computer
system.
The villain is Zack, a young, depraved genius who has designed a microchip capable of
the same frequencies as the human thought processes. Zack plans to upload the minds
of him and his group into the Web, seizing complete control and creating a cyber-utopia
for all eternity. He kidnaps Lindsay, a teenage physics wizard who has discovered a
perpetual power source with which he intends to fuel his mad dream, and woos her to his
side.
By the time she realizes that Zack will also use her discovery to reduce humankind to
cinders, it is too late. Zack escapes into the Web, cyberspacing the countdown, and Max
Knight follows. He must find and stop the clock, as well as defuse the villain's digital
maneuvering to become the Web's Black Widow, able at will to poison all things online.

Title
Max Knight: Ultra Spy
Genre
Action
Category
TV Movie
Format
two hours
Starring
Michael Landes, Rachel Blakely, Christopher Morris, Brooke Harman
Directed by
Colin Budds
Produced by
A Coote/Hayes Production in association with Paramount International Television and
KirchMedia
Meat Loaf: To Hell and Back




A monumental voice. A wounded heart.

Already hugely overweight at age nine, Meat Loaf was loved by his mother but brutalized
by an alcoholic father who continually hammered into him that he would never amount to
anything. In 1968, at age 19, Meat Loaf is left crushed by his mother's death and leaves
home after a huge fight with his father.
After touring with the theater production of "Hair" for two years, he chances into an
audition with songwriter Jim Steinman. Their collaborative effort, "Bat Out Of Hell"
suffers 23 rejections before they finally decide to record the album themselves. Over a
year passes before success finally hits, resulting in a tour that packs concert halls
throughout the States. Then the bottom falls out of Meat Loaf's life.he loses his voice,
alienates his wife and is forced to declare bankruptcy.
His father's words now come back to haunt him, so he goes back to heal the old wounds.
Meat Loaf then returns to his family with newfound warmth and awareness. He again
teams up with his old partner Jim Steinman and they release "Bat Out Of Hell II" in 1993
which goes straight to No. 1 on the charts. A Grammy Award follows, and the rest is
Rock 'n' Roll History: Meat Loaf is back.

Title
Meat Loaf: To Hell and Back
Genre
Drama
Category
TV Movie
Format
two hours
Starring
W. Earl Brown, Tom Wood, Kim Robillard, Zachary Throne, Tim Kelleher
Directed by
Jim McBride
Produced by
A VH1 Production in association with Paramount Pictures and KirchMedia
Now And Again




The government gave him a future but stole his past

Executive produced by Glenn Gordon Caron, creator of the Emmy Award-winning series
"Moonlighting"

Starring Eric Close ("The Magnificent Seven")
A man usually has only one life to live, but when Michael Wiseman wakes up after a fatal
accident, he realizes he's got another life waiting for him - and it's a whopper. Only the
brain of heavy-set, middle-aged Michael has survived, and a high-tech, top-secret
government agency has created a superbody to put it in. In other words, Michael now
looks like a young god and is equipped with all the super strengths and abilities
taxpayers' money can buy.

While the "new, improved" Michael tackles the government's most dangerous missions as
a powerful new secret weapon, his "old" self can't forget his past life and, above all, his
wife, daughter and old friends - none of whom he is allowed to contact. Between life-
threatening, high-suspense missions, Michael secretly gets back in touch with his past -
which jeapordizes not only his life, but also those of his loved ones.

Title
Now And Again
Genre
Action Adventure
Category
Series
Format
22 x one hour
Starring
Eric Close, Margaret Colin, Heather Matarazzo, Dennis Haysbert
Directed by
Glenn Gordon Caron
Produced by
Produced by Picturemaker Productions in association with Paramount Network Television,
CBS Productions and Beta
Operation Sandman: Warriors In Hell




With their sleep taken away, only their nightmares remained.

Operation Sandman is a top-secret military experiment designed to greatly enhance the
capabilities of soldiers in warfare. The program consists of the administration of a drug
which foregoes the need for sleep, combined with virtual warfare in assorted combat
situations simulated by a master computer system and experienced through projection
goggles worn by the team.
Military psychiatrist Captain Jean Farrell arrives at the isolated base, charged with
assessing the program and its effect on the men. Her evaluations will decide the loss or
gain of millions of dollars in government funding for Dr. Jessup, Sandman's developer
and overseer.
After almost three weeks of sleep deprivation the soldiers are in good physical condition,
but they are beginning to experience terrible hallucinations and imagined horrors so real
that they can actually result in death. The truth comes slowly to Captain Farrell, and by
then it is too late.
The synthetic adrenaline shot into the soldiers keeps them awake, but also keeps them
from eradicating the personal demons normally banished during sleep. More horribly, the
computer genius who programs the simulations had once been arrested for unleashing a
virus into the computer system at the Department of Justice, and he has access to the
soldiers' psych profiles. Their deepest fears are on record and are now becoming reality...
A horrifying reality.

Title
Operation Sandman: Warriors In Hell
Genre
Thriller
Category
TV Movie
Format
two hours
Starring
Ron Perlman, Bob "Hardcore" Holly, Melik Malkasian, John Haymes Newton, Richard
Tyson
Directed by
Nelson McCormick
Produced by
A Singer/White Entertainment production in association with Paramount Network
Television and KirchMedia
Orleans




'It's his job to maintain peace and uphold the law. In his own family and in the
Big Easy.

Larry Hagman is Judge Luther Charbonnet, patriarch of a prominent New Orleans family
and mainstay of the law in this rash and reckless city. He presides over a courtroom
whose cases reflect the city's colorful, decadent character. And he also presides over a
family whose members are often at odds with each other, and sometimes with the law.

Luther's oldest son Clade is a top-ranking police detective who fights corruption on the
street and in the force. Daughter Paulette is a rebel with a checkered past. The manager
of a riverboat casino, she rubs shoulders with the mob and walks a fine line between the
right and wrong side of the law. Jesse, the youngest, is a deputy D.A. whose quiet charm
and wit help him unify the fractured Charbonnet family.

Filmed entirely in and around New Orleans, Orleans was created by five-time Emmy
nominee John Sacret Young (China Beach) and Toni Graphia, and stars Larry Hagman
(Dallas), Emmy nominee Colleen Flynn (ER), Brett Cullen (Apollo 13), Michael Reilly
Burke (Central Park West), Lynette Walden (Corinna, Corinna) and Ralph Waite (The
Waltons).

Title
Orleans
Genre
Drama
Category
Series
Format
13 x one hour
Starring
Larry Hagman, Brett Cullen, Colleen Flynn, Michael Reilly Burke, Vanessa Bell Calloway,
Lynette Walden
Directed by
John Sacret Young
Produced by
Produced by Samoset in association with Paramount Network Television and distributed
in Continental Europe by Beta Film
Roswell: The Aliens Attack!




He came from another planet to destroy Earth - not to fall in love.

New Mexico, 1947. A test rocket being developed at the White Sands Missile Base collides
with an unknown object in the skies near Roswell. Near the wreckage, two alien landing
craft are discovered - deserted.
Katie Harris is an Information Liaison Officer with a high-security clearance at the Roswell
Army Air Base, which secretly houses the military's most advanced atomic bomb. She
meets "John", on his way to the base, who has papers identifying him as a top-level
atomic physicist. "John" quickly sets into motion the Roswell Project, a plan designed by
his alien race to wipe out humanity by detonating the atom bomb after enhancing its
destructive power one-thousandfold.
Touched by Katie's goodness, "John" decides to abort the detonation sequence, but his
partner "Eve" has already infiltrated the base and entered her own security codes into
the detonation program. Eve is dead-set on carrying out their mission of destruction.
Time is quickly running out for John and Katie, and the future of all life on Earth is at
stake.

Title
Roswell: The Aliens Attack!
Genre
Drama
Category
TV Movie
Format
two hours
Starring
Steven Flynn, Kate Greenhouse, Heather Hanson
Directed by
Brad Turner
Produced by
Paramount Pictures presents a Singer/White Entertainment production in association with
KirchMedia
Sabrina Down Under




Why ride a broomstick when I can ride a dolphin!

Where there are mermaids, there must also be mermen, and leave it to Sabrina the
teenage witch to find the most handsome one of all.
This adventure has Sabrina and her best witch-friend Gwen scuba-diving at the Great
Barrier Reef of Australia, where they find themselves battling to protect the fragile
marine environment. The merman's name is Barnaby, and he is sick from the same
environmental pollution that is killing the Reef's dolphin population.
The famed marine biologist Dr. Julian Martin is doing what he can to avert the disaster,
but the lure of fame overcomes his humanity and he attempts to capture Barnaby and
his mermaid sister Fin. With the help of a dolphin, a few magical spells and Salem the
talking cat, Sabrina and Gwen go all out to protect the Reef and all it's inhabitants,
mythical or not.

Title
Sabrina Down Under
Genre
Comedy
Category
TV Movie
Format
two hours
Starring
Melissa Joan Hart, Tara Charendoff, Scott Michaelson, Lindsay Sloane
Directed by
Kenneth R. Koch
Produced by
Produced in association with Ovidio Assonitis Productions and Hartbreak Films and
distributed by Viacom Productions and Kirch Media
Sabrina The Teenage Witch




She casts a spell no one can resist!

Sabrina enters her seventh season by conjuring up a new brew of "firsts." As she makes
the leap from adolescence to adulthood, her two eccentric aunts move out and Sabrina
moves in with two roommates.
One is the host of an alternative radio show, the other a budding fashion designer – and
both offer Sabrina a steady stream of challenges that can't always be met with a touch of
magic!
The series that grows with its viewers, "Sabrina, The Teenage Witch" continues its
winning mix of school-romance-family plotlines and casual use of "white" magic to help
right little wrongs and make wishes come true.

Title
Sabrina The Teenage Witch
Genre
Comedy
Category
Series
Format
163 x half hour
Directed by
PETER (1) Baldwin
Produced by
Produced by Hartbreak Films in association with Viacom Productions
Satan's School For Girls




Smart. Sexy. Sinister.

Since their parents' death in a car accident, Beth and Jenny Hammersmith have been the
closest of sisters. When Jenny suddenly comes home from school and apparently takes
her own life, the distraught and disbelieving Beth enrolls at Jenny's school under a false
name to determine the truth.
Now a student at the Fallbridge College for Women, her only clue is a mysterious note
left at Jenny's funeral by a group called The Five. It doesn't take long, however, for Beth
to discover the sinister undercurrent of devil-worship. As she moves closer to unraveling
the mystery surrounding The Five, Beth finds she has her own, latent occult powers
which are now starting to blossom.
There are more mysterious student deaths on campus, and too late Beth realizes the
horrible reality. It is only with her that the power of The Five will be complete. Beth must
rely on her new-found supernatural powers to destroy the hellish circle of evil or lose her
soul to Satan.

Title
Satan's School For Girls
Genre
Thriller
Category
TV Movie
Format
two hours
Starring
Shannen Doherty, Julie Benz, Daniel Cosgrove, Kate Jackson
Directed by
Christopher Leitch
Produced by
Produced by Spelling Television Inc., a Paramount/Viacom Company in association with
KirchMedia
The Sentinel




He thought he was just another cop. Until he uncovered the powers that lay
dormant within him.

Detective Jim Ellison knows he's not on drugs, so why can he suddenly hear, see, smell,
feel and taste things others can't? The answer lies in the secret of the "sentinels", the
watchmen of ancient cultures who used their hyper-developed senses to detect
impending danger.

A throwback to a pre-civilized breed of man, Jim suddenly commands unheard-of sensory
powers. To help him harness and refine these new powers, he turns to the young
anthropologist Blair Sandburg. As Jim's eager partner, Blair provides cover and
assistance in Jim's fight against crime.

From Danny Bilson and Paul De Meo, the creators of "The Rocketeer" and the hit series
"Viper" and "The Flash", comes this original action-adventure series in the style of "Lethal
Weapon" and "Die Hard".

Title
The Sentinel
Genre
Action Adventure
Category
Series
Format
65 x one hour
Starring
Jim Ellison, Richard Burgi, Blair Sandburg, Garett Maggart, Simon Banks, Bruce A.
Young, Carolyn Plummer, Kelly Curtis
Directed by
Danny Bilson
Produced by
Produced by Pet Fly Productions in association with Paramount Network Television
Seven Days




When the President and Vice-President of the U.S. are killed in an attack on the White
House, the government orders the immediate start of operation "Back Step": a time
machine that can take one man back into the past - but no more than seven days. The
man chosen to return to the past and prevent the assassination is Parker, a fearless but
unruly army veteran, the only man with the skills, intelligence and stamina to undertake
this mission.

As he straps himself into the machine, little does Parker suspect that he is embarking on
an incredible career as a time-travelling troubleshooter, returning to the past to prevent
disasters, tragedies and catastrophes that have already occurred. The only problem is:
he's got no more than seven days in the past.

Operating out of a secret location in the Nevada desert, Operation Back Step's military
intelligence team must work quickly to determine the origin or perpetrators of
catastrophes and supply Parker with as much information as possible to defeat the
villains. The risk is enormous. The stakes are high. The clock is ticking. There's nothing
to do but go for it.

Title
Seven Days
Genre
Action
Category
Series
Format
66 x one hour
Starring
Jonathan LaPaglia, Nick Searcy, Don Franklin, Justina Vail, Alan Scarfe
Directed by
Christopher Crowe
Produced by
Produced by Crowe Entertainment in association with Paramount Network Television and
Beta
Silencing Mary




Clay Roberts has raped Holly. It's as obvious and undeniable as that. Yet the
consequences are anything but obvious and nearly destroy two innocent lives and a
college's reputation. It all begins when Mary, a reporter for the college paper, begins
investigating the rape of her roommate Holly and learns that the school has been
systematically hushing up cases of rape in the past. And it seems intent on hushing up
this one too, particularly since Clay Roberts is a star athlete, and the football team is
counting on him to win an important game. Clay not only seems untouchable - he's also
got friends who are more than willing to silence Mary...

Title
Silencing Mary
Genre
Drama
Category
TV Movie
Format
two hours
Starring
Melissa Joan Hart, Corin Nemec, Josh Hopkins, Lisa Dean Ryan, Peter MacNicol
Directed by
Craig R. Baxley
Produced by
Produced by Hartbreak Films in association with VIACOM Productions and BetaFilm
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine




The odyssey of a colorful crew of Starfleet officers battling internal and external
demons in the farest reaches of the galaxy

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine takes place near the beginning of the 24th century and
follows the adventures of a team of Starfleet officers who take command of a remote
alien space station on the edge of a new frontier. Designated "Deep Space Nine", the
space station is located near the mouth of a newly discovered wormhole, a phenomenon
that provides a shortcut to a distant, unexplored quadrant of the galaxy. Travelers of all
kinds are drawn here, and with hostile alien empires on all sides, Deep Space Nine
becomes the most strategic post in the galaxy.

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine "thrives on an edgier dynamic of humor and conflict, and a
more boisterous climate of adventure than the often-serene Next Generation." (USA
Today) Instead of taking place on the Enterprise, the action of Deep Space Nine unfolds
in a rundown space station. The environment is uncomfortable. The characters are
frequently at odds with one another. Their beliefs and values often clash. The show's
emphasis is on conflict, not harmony. All this makes for gritttier, more exciting viewing.

The characters range from the noble and heroic Commander Benjamin Sisko to the slimy,
sexist alien Quark; from the hard-boiled female Bajoran ex-terrorist Major Kira Nerys to
humanoid bombshell Lieutenant Jadzia Dax; and from shape-shifting security officer Odo
to the Next Generation crossover Miles O'Brien, the chief operations officer.
Shot with a budget of .5 million per episode, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine has a feature-
film look - and feature-film special effects: "outstanding even by Trek standards" (USA
Today). They not only add visual interest, but contribute to story and character
development. The visual effects producer is Rob Legato, who served as effects supervisor
on The Next Generation.

Title
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
Genre
Action Adventure
Category
Series
Format
176 x one hour
Starring
Avery Brooks, Rene Auberjonois, Siddig el Fadil, Terry Farrell
Directed by
Rick Berman
Produced by
Produced by Paramount
Star Trek: Voyager




A new chapter opens in Star Trek history...strange new worlds, terrifying new
enemies and a million miles of adventures

"Star Trek: Voyager is a little miracle - an immensely enjoyable, carefully crafted, well-
performed creation." (Entertainment Weekly)
Join Star Trek's first female captain and her crew in an odyssey to the far reaches of the
universe. Dispatched to locate a ship belonging to a group of outlawed resistance
fighters, the U.S.S. Voyager - and the fugitives - are thrown into an unexplored and
untamed part of the galaxy 70,000 light-years away.

Overcoming the hostility between the two crews, the Federation members band together
with their former enemy for one sole purpose: to find their way back home.

On board the Voyager are the rebels Chakotay and his half-Klingon engineer B'Elanna
Torres; dashing pilot Lt. Tom Paris; rookie officer Harry Kim; Doc Zimmerman, a
bewildered hologram; and Neelix, the wisecracking Talaxian cook. Commanding the ship
with a firm yet judicious hand is Capt. Kathryn Janeway.

Title
Star Trek: Voyager
Genre
Action Adventure
Category
Series
Format
172 x one hour
Starring
Kate Mulgrew, Robert Beltran, Roxann Biggs-Dawson, Jennifer Lien
Produced by
Produced by Paramount Television in association with Beta
The Thin Blue Lie




Bad cops. Good reporter. A city about to explode.

Plucked from his job at a backwoods newspaper by the Chief Editor of the Philadelphia
Examiner, the brilliant and idealistic investigative reporter Jonathan Neumann finds
himself reduced to covering the local court beat.
Hearing of a case where a retarded man was brutally forced to confess the firebombing
murder of five people, Neumann's passionate sense of justice is outraged. Against the
advice of his colleagues and without the permission of his editor, Neumann starts to
investigate.
As the steadily-building evidence of police brutality mounts, the targeted cops turn their
wrath on Neumann. If Neumann isn't able to have the guilty cops brought to justice
soon, the threats he's been receiving might turn into something worse. Only now, too
late, does Neumann learn the probable fate of the last reporter to investigate this same
story.

Title
The Thin Blue Lie
Genre
Detective
Category
TV Movie
Format
two hours
Starring
Rob Morrow, Randy Quaid, Cythia Preston, G.W. Bailey, Al Waxman
Directed by
Roger Young
Produced by
A presentation of Showtime Networks, Inc. of a Helfgott - Turner Production in
association with Paramount Pictures and KirchMedia
Three




What do a suave jewel thief, a seductive con artist and an expert hacker have in
common? Very little - except the need to stick together to stay out of prison. They're
three top criminals wanted by the law, and the only way they can save their necks is to
work for The Man, a shadowy figure who represents a mix of government and business
interests.

Who are the Three? Jonathan Vance, a high-end art and jewel thief who can let the most
heavily guarded items disappear in a wink. Amanda Webb, a drop-dead gorgeous martial
arts expert and con woman who leaves her victims in ruins, financially and emotionally.
Marcus "The Candyman" Miller", a virtuoso hacker who can get into any program,
anywhere.

No mission is impossible when these three join their special talents and street smarts to
The Man's bankroll and technology. Their adversaries include a computer maniac plotting
the nuclear destruction of a major American city, a revenge-seeking former employee of
The Man, and three scientists who've got something tremendously deadly circling the
earth in a satellite. As The Man says, "We live in a world precariously balanced on the
edge of chaos. Our job is to see that it doesn't tip."

Title
Three
Genre
Action
Category
Series
Format
13 x one hour
Starring
David Warner, Bumper Robinson, Edward Atterton, Julie Bowen
Produced by
Produced by MTV Productions and Rego Park Film and Television in association with
Paramount Network Television
Two Of Us




What remains when the music is over

In 1976, when rumors of a Beatles reunion were circulating throughout the world at fever
pitch, a legendary meeting supposedly took place between John Lennon and Paul
McCartney in Lennon's lofty Manhattan apartment. One can imagine this is how such a
meeting might have gone...
McCartney is cautiously optimistic, Lennon sharp and sarcastic. Since their falling-out
years ago and the subsequent breaking-up of the band, their bond of love and affection
had fallen prey to mutual blame. It was Yoko Ono, John's girlfriend, who was at the
center of the dispute that eventually led to the Beatles' parting their ways. After their
initial verbal fencing and confrontation they smoke a joint together, melting the ice, and
John and Paul slowly drift back into a mellower, happier mood.
Soon it's like old times, but when Paul gently confronts him with deep and heartfelt
perceptions that collapse John's defensiveness and bring him to tears, it is to Yoko that
John turns with a phone call. Paul sadly perceives John's sudden change of energy and
the intimate, focused rapture of their talk, and he wistfully bids his old friend adieu; he
has lost to Yoko again.

Title
Two Of Us
Genre
Drama
Category
TV Movie
Format
two hours
Starring
Aidan Quinn, Jared Harris
Directed by
Michael Lindsay-Hogg
Produced by
Produced by Aaronson/Falk Productions in association with Viacom Productions Inc. and
KirchMedia




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