An 18 episode show without a conclusion. A widower tries to raise his 4 children to carry on his legacy. The show is set on a horse farm and deals with the families struggle to keep their ...
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While on a hunting trip in the isolated wilderness, a father and his adopted teenage son are turned into the prey of unknown assailants. They are unexpectedly joined in their fight for ... See full summary »
A take-off on "The Blair Witch Project," in which a guy finds out that his supposedly dead brother isn't dead after all when he sees him on the Internet. It's all about his spooky adventures in finding the truth.
A young priest must come to terms with his crisis of faith or risk damnation to the soul of a living miracle. With man's freewill held in the balance, the bloody conflict surrounding the ... See full summary »
An American television series starring Steven Williams as the owner of "Linc's Bar and Grill" in Washington, D.C., and co-stars Pam Grier and Golden Brooks. The series aired on the Showtime cable network from 1998 to 2000.
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What do you do when the party of the year kicks you to the curb? Simple... create your own! When Sean (Franz Drameh, Attack the Block) and his friends are refused entry to the night of ... See full summary »
An 18 episode show without a conclusion. A widower tries to raise his 4 children to carry on his legacy. The show is set on a horse farm and deals with the families struggle to keep their name pure while also embarking on their own adventures. The show was canceled and ends with things completely up on the air.
Tuckahoe Plantation in Virginia is used as the Logan family home throughout the series. Westover Plantation, Charles City County, Virginia, is featured as the Winters family home in most episodes of the series. See more »
Like the previous poster, I thought that this was a prettified version of the family Western made to appeal to the UPN/WB generation, which I did kinda fit into at the time age wise so I came to it late.
I regret not keeping up with it. The stories were pretty well written and balanced character wise and not everything was cliched. The different relationships took me a bit to keep straight but I figure if any one can follow "One Life to Live" you can follow anything.
I have only one episode that I accidentally taped and it was when one of the sons found out about the "wicked" stepmother to be and that she lied about who she really was and tried to tell it at Logan masked ball but was prevented. I never did find out if she got the ranch/farm away from the family. Every time I see it I go "Man! I'd give a plug nickel to know if she got hers in the end..."
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