1986 is an American news magazine series that aired on NBC from June 10, 1986 to December 30, 1986. The lead anchors were Roger Mudd and Connie Chung. Maria Shriver also contributed to the program. The show was NBC's 14th attempt in 17 years to launch a prime time news program in a similar fashion that CBS and ABC has successfully done. Roger Mudd was particularly agitated over the quick cancellation of the program.
A dramatic comedy told from the point of view of high school students, and their parents and teachers, about one of the most striking moments of Portuguese democracy: the presidential elections and the dispute between Freitas do Amaral and Mário Soares.
Follows two wealthy families in Germany during the first half of the 20th century. One of them is German, the other one Jewish.
Separated from his father and neglected by his mother, Ciske spends most of his time getting into scrapes on the streets of Amsterdam.