Hill Street Blues

  • 1981
  • TV Show
  • TV-14

Steven Bochco's landmark ensemble crime drama was an often electrifying mix of realism and humor within continuing storylines (in an unnamed big city), paving the way for gritty successors like `NYPD Blue' and `Homicide: Life on the Street.' `Hill Street Blues' copped more than two dozen Emmys, eight in its rookie season. With its gripping stories and c (more…)

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A Hill Of Beans Season 3, Episode 22 May 12, 1983 Free

Belker and LaRue learn that Washington was set up by someone in the station house; the long overdue cash payroll is hijacked; Joyce meets a really nice purse snatcher; and Furillo finds Jesus Martinez behind bars.

Buddy, Can You Spare A Heart? Season 3, Episode 21 May 5, 1983 Free

Washington goes undercover on Benedetto's loan shark scheme; Hill and Renko, desperate for cash since the payroll talks are stalled, find a suitcase full of temptation; and LaRue tries to clean up in the body parts pool for the missing Buddy Genett.

Spotlight On Rico Season 3, Episode 20 Apr 28, 1983 Free

The brutal Benedetto comes to the Hill on a loan sharking assignment; Furillo and Goldblume question a murder suspect who may have multiple personalities.

Eugene's Comedy Empire Strikes Back Season 3, Episode 19 Mar 3, 1983 Free

Bates poses as a bus driver; LaRue continues to groom Vic Hitler for his debut; Daniels is ready to sacrifice Coffey to quiet public opinion; and Furillo and Davenport take a major step in their lives.

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00:24 — Before "NYPD Blue" and "The Shield" came "Hill Street Blues," the series that revolutionized the TV cop show by giving television viewers a realistic (more…)
Hill Street Blues Season 2
Amid corruption, gang warfare, divorce and the murder of a promising young public defender, keeping the peace has never been this complicated or this (more…)
Hill Street Blues Season 1
The TV cop show that gave television viewers a realistic glimpse into the daily lives of the officers and detectives at an urban police station.
Hill Street Blues Season 3
Amid corruption, gang warfare and murder, keeping the peace has never been this complicated for Hill Street's men and women in blue.

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  • Premiered: January 15, 1981
  • Rating: TV-14
  • Premise: Steven Bochco's landmark ensemble crime drama was an often electrifying mix of realism and humor within continuing storylines (in an unnamed big city), paving the way for gritty successors like `NYPD Blue' and `Homicide: Life on the Street.' `Hill Street B… (more)

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