When a Cincinnati radio station switches from sedate music to top-40 rock 'n' roll, its staff of oddball characters is forced to switch gears quickly. New programming director Andy Travis brings in a new DJ named Venus Flytrap to work with the station's burned-out veteran, Dr. Johnny Fever. Neurotic newsman Les Nessman, eager beaver Bailey Quarters, sleazy salesman Herb Tarlek, blonde bombshell Jennifer Marlowe, who serves as the station's ultra-capable receptionist, and station manager Arthur Carlson, whose domineering mother owns WKRP, round out the eccentric bunch.
In Imperial Beach, California, the Yosts—a dysfunctional family of surfers—intersect with two new arrivals to the community: a dim-but-wealthy surfing enthusiast and man spurned by the Yosts years ago.
The New WKRP in Cincinnati is a sequel/spin-off of the original CBS sitcom WKRP in Cincinnati. It was made for the syndication market from 1991 to 1993. MTM Enterprises produced the show. Gordon Jump, Frank Bonner, and Richard Sanders reprised their roles from the original show. Other original cast members came in for guest spots, with Loni Anderson returning for two episodes, Tim Reid for one episode, and Howard Hesseman appearing in nine episodes total, as well as directing several other episodes.
Police Women of Cincinnati is the fifth installment of TLC's Police Women reality documentary series, which follows four female members of the Cincinnati Police Department in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Midsummer Rock is a television film based on the Cincinnati Pop Festival. The TV version consisted of 90 minutes air time and featured Alice Cooper, Mountain, Grand Funk Railroad, The Stooges, and Traffic.