Tyne Daly and Richard Crenna are teamed in "Stuck With Each Other," a comedy film for NBC. They play co-workers who come into possession of $1 million in cash, then find themselves the object of an intense search by three men (Roscoe Lee Browne, Bubba Smith and Michael J. Pollard) who'd like it for themselves. Eileen Heckart plays Daly's mother.
Lee Grant, who made a documentary about the homeless called "Down and Out in America," is going to direct a TV movie about the subject called, simply, "Homeless." Christine Lahti and Jeff Daniels star in the CBS project as a married couple with two children who, through a series of unfortunate circumstances, wind up living on the streets.
Alfre Woodard, who has won Emmy Awards as a guest star in "Hill Street Blues" and "L.A. Law," is making the pilot for a series of her own. She's starring with Mario Van Peebles (late of "Sonny Spoon") in "Orleans," a drama for NBC about a divorced couple raising a teen-age son in New Orleans.
Kathleen Quinlan is starring in "Trapped," a movie for cable's USA Network. It's described as an "exciting" thriller about a woman terrorized by a psychopath.