The 2008 legal TV drama “Raising the Bar” stars J. August Richards, left, Teddy Sears, Mark–Paul Gosselaar, Melissa Sagemiller, Jonathan Scarfe and Gloria Rubin.
“Public Morals,” 1996-97, created by Steven Bochco and Jay Tarses, starred, Peter Gerety, left, Joseph Latimore, Julianne Christie, Justin Louis, Donal Logue, Jana Marie Hupp, Larry Romano and Bill Brockstrup.
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Neil Patrick Harris as 16–year–old M.D. Doogie Howser in the ABC series “Doogie Howser, M.D.” Also pictured are Alan Fudge, center, and Lawrence Pressman.
Marisol Nichols, Ron Eldard, center, and Michael Gaston in the 2005 TV series “Blind Justice.”
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Jill Eikenberry, front left, Richard Dysart, Harry Hamlin, Michele Greene; Michael Tucker, back left, Alan Rachins, Crobin Bernsen and Jimmy Smits were most of the stars of the popular “L.A. Law.”
Taye Diggs stars as a homicide detective in Steven Bochco’s series “Murder in the First.”
Grace Phillips, left, Daniel Benzali, Mary McCormack, Michael Hayden and J.C. MacKenzie star in the precedent-setting dramatic series “Murder One.”
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Officers Jimmy Doyle, Phil Roussakoff, Nona Valentine and Hector Villanueva, played, from left, by Dylan Walsh, Michael DeLuise, Klea Scott, Adam Rodriguez, are cops in CBS’ “Brooklyn South.”
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Steven Bochco was a writer on the series “Columbo.”
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Kyle Secor and Kim Delaney in “Philly.”
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Daniel J Travanti, left, and Dennis Franz in “Hill Street Blues.”
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William Thomas Jr., left as Detective Potts, Tyrone Weeks as a crack dealer named Art Kimbro and Peter Onorati as Detective LaRusso in the series “Cop Rock.”