Visions (TV series)
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Visions is a 90-minute American television weekly anthology series that aired from 1976–80. It was produced by KCET in Los Angeles and televised nationally on PBS. It concentrated on the works of mostly new and some prominent writers, including Cormac McCarthy, Marsha Norman, Jean Shepherd, Luis Valdez, and Robert M. Young (director). Each episode was written by a different writer and starred a different cast.
Among its stars were Tyne Daly, Charles Durning, Brad Dourif, Morgan Freeman, Carol Kane, and Judd Hirsch. Its directors included Maya Angelou, Richard Pearce, Michael Lindsay-Hogg, Paul Bogart, and Gordon Davidson.
It won one prime-time Emmy Award and was nominated for two others.
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