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NBC lasted until 1991, but attempted to bring them back in 1993 before cancelling its game show block again in 1994.
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The following year, the show moved to NBC prime time as The Lux Show Starring Rosemary Clooney but only lasted one season.
In the spring of 2007, she appeared in the NBC television series The Black Donnellys as Helen Donnelly which lasted for 1 season.
During this time, NBC had given him the opportunity to host a variety show, which lasted only thirteen weeks.
The new series lasted only one season before NBC cancelled it, but it was then produced for two more years by USA Network ( which is now co-owned with NBC under NBC Universal ).
Their personal friendship lasted from Toscanini's early years in the late 1930s conducting the NBC Symphony to 1950, four years before Toscanini's retirement.
In addition, he was a regular cast member in the Rod Serling western series The Loner ( which lasted one season from 1965 to 1966 ; Bridges pulled out in disagreement over the violent content of the show ), and in the two NBC failures San Francisco International Airport ( 1970 / 71 ) and a Police Story spin-off Joe Forrester ( 1975 – 76 ).
This partnership lasted through 1983, though it was hampered in later years by NBC losing the rights to the NCAA Division I Men's College Basketball Tournament to CBS Sports in 1982.
A televised version of the show, produced and syndicated by NBC ( after the pilot episode appeared twice on the network in late 1954 ), also starring Waterman, premiered in 1955 but lasted only 39 episodes.
" After a pair of failed pilots for NBC — Rodeo Drive in October 1980 ( later picked as a series for Lifetime ) and Duel in the Daytime in August 1981, both produced by Jay Wolpert — Tomarken got his first network job as host of Hit Man for NBC ; it lasted just thirteen weeks, from January 3 to April 1 of 1983.
After leaving SNL, Quinn had a sketch comedy show on NBC called The Colin Quinn Show in 2002 that lasted for only three episodes.
Crossing Jordan was set in the same fictional universe as fellow NBC series Las Vegas ; in the season two episode " What Happens in Vegas Dies in Boston ", a case takes Jordan and Woody ( Jerry O ' Connell ) to Las Vegas, where Woody got very well-acquainted with the Montecito Casino's host Sam Marquez ( Vanessa Marcil ), and the long-distance relationship lasted for a while ; O ' Connell appeared in five episodes of Las Vegas, while Marcil appeared as Sam in two Crossing Jordan episodes.
It was created by Frank Burt, who also wrote many of the episodes, and lasted only one season of 39 episodes on NBC ( Sept. 20, 1953-June 24, 1954 ).
Kingpin is an American crime drama television series which debuted on the NBC network in the U. S. and CTV in Canada on February 2, 2003 and lasted 6 episodes.
The film's TV spinoff Ferris Bueller debuted on NBC during the same month as Parker Lewis, but it only lasted 13 episodes.
In August 1977, NBC premiered a situation comedy called The Kallikaks, which depicted the comic misadventures of an Appalachian family that moved to California and feuded with another family named the Jukes ; the series lasted only five episodes.
In 1989, she played the role of Christine Broderick in the NBC drama, Nightingales, which only lasted one season.
In 1996 Martin starred as deaf abuse victim Laura Keyes on Lifetime's TV movie " After the Silence ( aka Breaking Through )" and in 1997, she starred on the short-lived NBC drama Crisis Center, which lasted only six episodes.
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You Bet Your Life debuted in October 1947 on radio on ABC ( which aired it from 1947 – 49 ), sponsored by costume jewelry manufacturer Allen Gellman ; and then on CBS ( 1949 – 50 ), and finally NBC, continuing until May 1961 — on radio only, 1947 – 1950 ; on both radio and television, 1950 – 1960 ; and on television only, 1960-1961.
When he regained the lead broadcaster position on NBC, he continued to call play-by-play for both networks until the end of NBC's coverage in 2002.
Airing on NBC, the series premiered on September 8, 1973 and was broadcast until October 12, 1974, although only twenty-two episodes were produced.
CBS lost the NFC package to Fox following the 1993 season, leaving the network without the NFL until it acquired the AFC package from NBC for the 1998 season.
CBS broadcast Super Bowl II, then the league rotated the broadcast between CBS and NBC until 1985 when ABC entered the rotation when they broadcast Super Bowl XIX.
It will skip a telecast in 1963, so beginning in 1964, first on CBS, then on NBC, and finally again on CBS, it will nearly always be telecast during the early part of the year until Turner Entertainment buys the rights to the film in the 1990s.
The " College Quiz Bowl " was broadcast on NBC radio from 1953 to 1955 ; General Electric College Bowl was televised on CBS and later NBC from 1959 to 1970, College Bowl returned to CBS radio 1979-82, and HCASC was broadcast on BET until 1995.
A year later, NBC acquired the rights to the show and chose Peter Marshall as host, a job he held for fifteen years until 1981.
During most of its daytime run, NBC broadcast Hollywood Squares at 11: 30 a. m. Eastern / 10: 30 a. m. Central time ; it dominated the ratings until 1976, when it moved to the first of a succession of different time slots.
On radio, Rayburn became one of the many hosts of the NBC program Monitor in 1961 and remained with the show until 1973.
Press Your Luck usually edged its NBC time slot competitor Sale of the Century in the Nielsens from its premiere until January 3, 1986.
The show, produced by Viacom Productions ( now CBS Television Studios ), originally aired from September 23, 1986 to May 8, 1992 on NBC ; and from November 5, 1992 until May 7, 1995 on ABC.
Executive producers Fred Silverman and Dean Hargrove were responsible for both Matlock and Jake and the Fatman as well as Diagnosis: Murder, created by Joyce Burditt ( which itself was a spin-off of Jake and the Fatman ) in 1993, also on CBS ; Father Dowling Mysteries in 1988 on NBC, CBS, ABC ; and the 30 Perry Mason made-for-TV movies from 1985 until 1995 on NBC.
It premiered on NBC in 1935 and continued until its demise in 1959, long after radio had ceased to be the dominant form of entertainment in American popular culture.
So in 1993, Letterman and his crew moved to CBS and Late Show with David Letterman was born, beginning on August 30, 1993, although NBC would air repeats of Late Night until September 10, 1993.
Then Trio ( owned by NBC ) picked up reruns and showed them from 2002 until the channel went off the air in 2005.
In 1972, he starred in his own television variety show on NBC, The Bobby Darin Amusement Company, which ran until his death in 1973.