TELEVISION: GARDEN OF GOOD AND TRASHY

AARON SPELLING'S NEWEST SOAP, SAVANNAH, UNLEASHES SCHEMING SEXPOTS IN A WORLD OF WEALTH, PECAN PIE AND NICE TEETH

DURING ITS 54 WEEKS ON THE air, the WB netlet has produced the sort of programming that requires viewers to suspend disbelief far too strenuously. The sitcom Kirk, for example, asks us to accept that Kirk Cameron could be a Greenwich Village illustrator raising three children and dating a doctor who looks like Elle MacPherson. More demanding still is Simon, a sitcom about a dim-witted TV executive that seems to be set in some parallel universe where grown men take baths in front of their friends.

That Savannah, a new soap from producer Aaron Spelling (Sundays, 9 p.m. EST), could seem...

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