Cocreator Steven Bochco's classic law series is set in a ritzy L.A. firm, where caffeine and ego-driven meetings frequently veer from diverse cases into the hectic, neurotic personal lives of its large staff. Winner of 15 Emmys, it follows Bochco's successful 'Hill Street Blues' formula of multiple, finely textured story lines in its office politics and romances. There's plenty of passion and posturing in and out of court, but this smart ensemble show also has considerable wit.
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1994 - Emmy - Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series- nominated
An epic drama about the Dutton family, who controls the largest contiguous ranch in the U.S., which is under constant encroachment by those it borders. It is an intense study of a world far from media scrutiny—where land grabs make developers billions, and politicians are bought and sold by the world's largest oil and lumber corporations.
A successful "JAG" spin-off about criminal cases involving Navy and Marine personnel, handled by the Naval Criminal Investigative Service. For the second season, the series title was shortened from "Navy NCIS" to "NCIS." The series is about criminal cases involving Navy and Marine personnel, handled by the Naval Criminal Investigative Service.
A procedural thriller about the FBI's Behavioral Analysis Unit, which profiles criminals to solve crimes. The ensemble drama relies on the diversity of the team, which includes a young genius and a seasoned leader tortured by a past case. Unlike other crime dramas that focus on science, this series is very cerebral and almost Holmesian in its deductive analysis of the crimes and their perpetrators. The show is about the elite Behavioural Analysis Unit of the FBI which is the brain and brawn behind a majority of criminal investigations across the country. The diligent workforce work round the clock to unravel the psyche of a criminal and in this way contain further havoc.