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  1. List of ViacomCBS television programs - Wikipedia

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    Co-production with Sweetum Productions and Viacom Productions: Bob: CBS: Co-production with Steinkellners & Sutton Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Syndication: 1993–1999: Based on the 1966 series and its spin off: The Untouchables: 1993–1994: Based on the 1987 movie and its predecessor TV series co-production with Christopher Crowe Productions ...

  2. Viacom Productions — Wikipedia Republished // WIKI 2

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    Viacom Enterprises(1974-1995)Paramount Network Television(1995-2004) Viacom Productionswas a televisionproductionarm of Viacom International. The division was active from 1974 until 2004, when the company was folded into Paramount Network Television10 years following Viacom's acquisition of Paramount Pictures.

  3. Viacom (1952–2006) - Wikipedia

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    Viacom was a distributor of CBS television series throughout the 1970s and 1980s, and also distributed syndicated television programs. In 1999, Viacom acquired the then-parent company of CBS, the former Westinghouse Electric Corporation, which had been renamed CBS Corporation in 1997.

    • CBS Films (1952–1968), CBS Enterprises Inc. (1968–1970)
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  4. List of ViacomCBS television programs — Wikipedia Republished ...

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    Feb 03, 2020 · Co-production with Sweetum Productions and Viacom Productions: Bob: CBS: 1992–1993: Co-production with Steinkellners & Sutton Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Syndication: 1993–1999: Based on the 1966 series and its spin off by Desilu and Paramount Television The Untouchables: Syndication: 1993–1994

  5. Viacom (1952–2006) — Wikipedia Republished // WIKI 2

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    Aug 18, 2019 · The first incarnation of Viacom Inc. (an acronym of Video & Audio Communications) was an American media conglomerate. It began as CBS Films, the syndication division of the CBS television network in 1952; it was renamed CBS Enterprises in 1968, renamed Viacom in 1970, and spun off into its own company in 1971. Viacom was a noteworthy distributor of CBS television series throughout the ...

  6. Viacom - Wikipedia

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    Activiteiten. Viacom had in het gebroken boekjaar dat liep tot 30 september 2018 een omzet van US$ 12,9 miljard. Het telde op 30 september 2018 zo'n 10.400 voltijdsmedewerkers en had verder nog zo'n 1000 personen in dienst op projectbasis.

  7. CBS Corporation - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    From Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia CBS Corporation was an American mass media corporation focused on broadcasting, publishing, and television production. Until 2005, the company was known as Viacom. A new company, keeping the Viacom name, was spun off from CBS.

  8. Ed (TV series) - Wikipedia

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    Original release. October 8, 2000. ( 2000-10-08) –. February 6, 2004. ( 2004-02-06) Ed is an American comedy-drama television series that was co-produced by David Letterman 's Worldwide Pants Incorporated, NBC Productions and Viacom Productions that aired on NBC from October 8, 2000 to February 6, 2004.

  9. List of Paramount Television programs — Wikipedia Republished ...

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    Co-production with Sweetum Productions and Viacom Productions: Bob: CBS: 1992-1993: Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Syndication: 1993-1999: Based on the 1966 series and its spin off by Desilu and Paramount Television The Untouchables: Syndication: 1993-1994

  10. Father Dowling Mysteries — Wikipedia Republished // WIKI 2

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    The show features a Catholic priest, Father Dowling, who solves murders, abductions and other mysteries in his Chicago parish, assisted by a young streetwise nun, Sister Stephanie, in spite of hindrance from the Bishop's representative, Father Prestwick. The show is based upon characters created by Ralph McInerny in a series of mystery novels; but neither the pilot TV movie nor the subsequent regular season episodes are actual adaptations of any of McInerny's stories. The show was also heavily influenced by G.K. Chesterton's Father Brown novels. Many consider the series to be an Americanized version of Father Brown rather than an adaptation of McInerny's works. When asked, few are aware that the series is not based on the Father Brown books, but on McInerny's stories.[citation needed] The series was developed for television by Dean Hargrove and Joel Steiger, and produced by The Fred Silverman Company and Dean Hargrove Productions in association with Viacom Productions.

    Father Francis ("Frank") Dowling is a Catholic priest who continually stumbles upon murders, abductions and other crimes in his parish (the fictional Parish of St Michael's) in Chicago, Illinois. Because of the Chicago connection, many of the cases are mob-related. His legal first name of Francis is revealed in the episode The Movie Mystery, when he's talking to the detective in charge of the case. Fr. Frank is assisted by Sister Stephanie ("Steve") Oskowski, a nun assigned to the parish to minister to its members. It is Sr. Steve who does much of the legwork in the investigations. She's a streetwise nun with a Polish surname who grew up in a rough housing project in the diocese. She can hotwire a car, and pick any lock, among other things. Because she knows the "language of the streets" she uses this to her advantage (not just when investigating a mystery, but also in her ministry). Although she is much younger than Father Frank, the two work smoothly together as a team. He is not...

    After its first season, NBC cancelled the show. It was picked up by ABC and aired for two more seasons. In total, Father Dowling Mysteriescomprises a 2-hour TV movie plus 43 one-hour episodes.

    Lovece, Frank, The Television Yearbook: Complete, Detailed Listings for the 1990-1991 Season (Putnam / Perigee, 1991) ISBN 0-399-51702-2

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