NBC 2002 Fall Season
NBC Fall 2002 Grid
New Show Descriptions
"American Dreams" (Sundays, 7 PM)-A Philadelphia family in the 1960s experience the turbulence of the times while daughter Meg (Brittany Snow) and her best friend (Vanessa Lengies) strive to become dancers on the locally produced "American Bandstand." Gail O'Grady, Tom Verica, Will Estes, Joseph Lawrence, Ethan Dampf, Sarah Ramos, Jonathan Adams, and Arlen Escarpeta also star.
"Boomtown" (Sundays, 9 PM)-This drama presents an ensemble look at Los Angeles cops, paramedics, reporters and city officials. Donnie Wahlberg stars, along with Mykelti Williamson, Neal McDonough, Gary Basaraba, Jason Gedrick, Nina Garbiras, and Lana Parrilla.
"Good Morning Miami" (Thursdays, 8:30 PM)-A producer (Mark Feuerstein) moves to Florida to revamp the lowest-rated morning show in the country because he is infatuated with a woman (Ashley Williams). Suzanne Pleshette, Jere Burns, Burke Moses, Tessie Santiago, and Brooke Dillman also star.
"Hidden Hills" (Tuesdays, 8:30 PM)-Two suburban couples find that there's a lot more than meets the eye in their new home, such as the sexy soccer mom who has an avid Internet following. Justin Louis, Paula Marshall, Dondre T. Whitfield, Tamara Taylor, and Kristin Bauer star.
"In-Laws" (Tuesdays, 7 PM)-Young newlyweds (Elon Gold, Bonnie Sommerville) make the mistake of moving in with her parents (Dennis Farina, Jean Smart) so that they can save money while he attends cooking school.
"It's Not About Me"-A junior corporate lawyer enlists the audience to hear him out as he tries to explain his competitive relationship with his best friend and roommate, an extremely likable guy who threw away a law career to become a teacher. Stars Greg Grunberg, Jason Bateman, Nikki Cox, Patricia Belcher, Kyle Gass, and Leslie Grossman.
"Kingpin"-The war on drugs gets a gritty take in this limited television series about the Drug Enforcement Agency's attempts to bring down a family-run narcotics ring that includes a plastic surgeon who serves as the cartel's key distribution link. Stars Yancy Arias, Steven Bauer, Sheryl Lee, Brian Benben, Angela Alvardo, and Ruben Carabajal.
Sterling"-Having worked for prison reform, the son of a former
California governor eschews politics until he is offered an appointment to a
vacated Senate spot. He hits D.C. with an agenda of his own and intentions
of shaking things up. Stars Josh Brolin, Audra McDonald, William Russ,
David Norona, and Chandra West.