Homefront (w3.one.net/~abacab/hfpage.htm), the ABC gem about post-WWII American life, finally gets the support it never received when it aired during the early ’90s. Creator Michelle Hensley must have enjoyed the show’s simple charms as much as its devoted fans did, though she offers nothing particularly striking — the episode guide is spare and the actor filmographies merely link you to the Internet Movie Database. (Yawn.) Still, the photo gallery and well-archived collection of print articles are enough to make us ac-cen-tu-ate the positive and reward the site with a B+.
Posted November 10 2000 — 12:00 AM EST
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