March 18, 1993 |
A former costume designer for ABC's "The Wonder Years" has filed a sexual harassment suit against the show's teen stars, Fred Savage and Jason Hervey, claiming they verbally and physically harassed her daily. Monique Long, 31, also charged in her Los Angeles Superior Court lawsuit that her complaints to producers and adult actors about the alleged harassment were unheeded. Spokespersons for the show and for Savage on Wednesday denied the accusations, which were filed a day earlier.
March 16, 1989 |
Carol Black and Neal Marlens, the couple behind ABC's Emmy-winning series "The Wonder Years," will be stepping down as executive producers at the end of this season. They will turn over the reins to Bob Brush, currently co-executive producer. Marlens and Black plan "to take a rest" and pursue feature film and TV projects.
May 12, 1993 |
"The Wonder Years" ends as Kevin Arnold loses his virginity. At least, that's the way the producers wrote it. ABC executives didn't like that scenario, however. So the climactic scene of tonight's finale was shot in a way that leaves what happened to the viewer's imagination. And therein lies the reason that Bob Brush, the show's adoptive father and executive producer, believes this is the right time to bring the Emmy Award-winning series about adolescence to a close.
September 17, 1990
PROGRAMS COMEDY SERIES "Murphy Brown" DRAMA SERIES "L.A. Law" MINISERIES "Drug Wars: The Camarena Story" VARIETY, MUSIC, COMEDY SERIES "In Living Color" VARIETY, MUSIC OR COMEDY SPECIAL "Sammy Davis Jr.'s 60th Anniversary Celebration" DRAMA/COMEDY SPECIAL (Tie) "Caroline?"
June 26, 1991
Episodes from "thirtysomething," "China Beach," "The Wonder Years" and "Doogie Howser, M.D." are among the 17 finalists for the 1991 Humanitas Prizes which honor television writers whose work enriches human values. Chosen from more than 575 entries, eight shows are from ABC, three from CBS, three from NBC, two from cable and one from PBS. A total of $95,000 will be awarded in six categories by the Human Family Educational and Cultural Institute.
July 10, 1991 |
An ABC television movie about a custody battle over a mentally handicapped woman who wins the state lottery and episodes of two popular ABC series, the canceled "thirtysomething" and "The Wonder Years," took cash awards Tuesday when the 17th annual Humanitas Prizes were bestowed for "humanizing achievement" in television writing. The awards were presented during a luncheon at the Century Plaza.