Glitter (1984–1985)

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The story of the relationships that go on at the offices of "Glitter," a top entertainment magazine.


6.2/10
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Creators:

Art Baer, Ben Joelson, Nancy Sackett

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8 January 2002 | AppleAsylum
"Glitter"
Another Spelling creation about a magazine called "Glitter". Like most Spelling shows it was full of drama! Not one of his better ones but worth watching. The best way to describe Glitter is Ally McBeal meets Melrose. I can see where the idea was good once it was pitched but the writing ran dry. A quick look at Glitter is this company that distributes a popular magazine (Glitter) has its up & downs with relationship problems coming at you left & right. If Spelling would have taken the show in several different directions with many stories at once, it would have been a hit. Everyone on the show seem to have the same problems though. 1-10 (5)

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