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Broken Badges(1990 - 1991)
BROKEN BADGES follows the humorous escapades of Cajun cop Beau Jack Bowman and his unorthodox crime fighting unit, comprised of local police talent from the TARP section (Temporary Assignment of Restricted Personnel) who have exhibited stress or related psychological aberrations that have required t...
Sabado Gigante(1962 - Current)
Sabado Gigante is a Chilean Spanish-language variety show and one of the longest running shows television. The weekly program in 1962 airing on Canal 13 in Chile under the name "Show Dominical" (Sunday's Show). Sabado Gigante is an ecletic and frenetic mix of variety show and game show with celebrit...
Bret Maverick(1981 - 1982)
Brooklyn South(1997 - 1998)
Buffalo Bill(1983 - 1984)
The Gospel Bill Show(1981 - 1993)
The Gospel Bill Show was a Christian children's television series about a sheriff(Willie George)and his deputy(Ken Blount)in the old west.
The Blue Knight(1975 - 1976)
The Blue Knight was a CBS police drama about an LAPD beat cop who kept law & order in the roughest part of town & yet manages to find the time to help people in their need. The series was created by former LAPD officer Joseph Wambaugh known for his realistic police novels.
The Big Easy(1996 - 1997)
A New Orleans detective (Tony Crane)and a state district attorney (Susan Walters) investigate crimes for the New Orleans police department. This short-lived TV series was based on the 1986 film of the same name.
Burke's Law(1994 - 1995)
AMOS BURKE GETS REVIVED, AND ALSO GETS A COP SON. THE GUEST STAR SUSPECTS ARE STILL THERE, BUT SOMETHING IS MISSING FROM THE ORIGINAL SERIES. DOM DELIUSE IS A REGULAR AS VINNIE . OK IF NOTHING ELSE IS ON. SHOWN ON ITV AND 5
South Central(1994 - 1994)
South Central was a short-lived comedy sitcom that aired on the Fox network from April 5, 1994 to June 4, 1994. It was cancelled midway through its first season, for a total of 10 episodes. The sitcom was set in South Central Los Angeles, and dealt with everyday life in Los Angeles. Many notable act...
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