Hill Street Blues TV Show
Television Show Summary for Hill Street Blues
Television Show Summary
The groundbreaking 80's TV show Hill Street Blues is a drama series about an overworked, under-manned police precinct in an unknown inner city resembling Chicago.
TV Show Plot For Hill Street Blues
Hill Street Blues was a groundbreaking crime drama in that it provided a very realistic view of the police personnel protrayed. The series ran from 1981 to 1987 on NBC. Hill Street Blues forever changed the TV cop show. The show was intense, fast-paced, and more realistic than the cop dramas that preceeded it.
Cast of Hill Street Blues TV Show
Daniel J. Travanti - Capt. Frank Furillo
Trivia for the TV Show Hill Street BluesThe name of the city was never mentioned during Hill Street Blues' seven year history.
Hill Street Blues was the weekly TV series to cost $1,000,000 per episode to produce.
Top 20 Ratings Info for Hill Street Blues Series1982-83 - 3rd Season - Ranked #21
80's TV Show Facts:
The TV Show Hill Street Blues was televised from 01/15/1981 to 05/12/1987, on the NBC network.
Hill Street Blues TV Show Emmy Awards:
Robert Butler won best Directing, Drama for the 1980-81 episode Hill Street Station.
Daniel J. Travanti won best Lead Actor, Drama in 1980-81.
Barbara Babcock won best Lead Actress, Drama for the 1980-81 episode Fecund Hand Rose.
Hill Street Blues won best Outstanding Drama Series in 1980-81.
Michael Conrad won best Supporting Actor, Drama in 1980-81.
Michael Kozoll & Steven Bochco won best Writing, Drama in 1980-81.
Daniel J. Travanti won best Lead Actor, Drama in 1981-82.
Hill Street Blues won best Outstanding Drama Series in 1981-82.
Michael Conrad won best Supporting Actor in 1981-82.
Steven Bochco et al won best Writing, Drama for the 1981-82 episode Freedom's Last Stand.
Jeff Bleckner won best Directing, Drama for the 1982-83 episode Life in the Minors.
Hill Street Blues won best Outstanding Drama Series in 1982-83.
David Milch won best Writing, Drama for the 1982-83 episode Trial by Fury.
Corey Allen won best Directing, Drama for the 1983-84 episode Goodbye, Mr. Scripps.
Hill Street Blues won best Outstanding Drama Series in 1983-84.
Bruce Weitz won best Supporting Actor, Drama in 1983-84.
Alfre Woodard won best Supporting Actress, Drama for the 1983-84 episode Doris in Wonderland.
Betty Thomas won best Supporting Actress, Drama in 1984-85.
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hill st blues
woz and stil is the best cop show on the telly.loved all the cast.you cud laugh an cry.great great show
#1 - dave spollin - 05/15/2008 - 03:37
hill street blues season 3 to 7
i have season 1 and 2 on region 2 but am trying to get hold of the others. any idea wher i can obtain the remainder.
#2 - A I mitchell - 05/30/2008 - 05:51
HSB - other seasons
When will the others be released - I have watched the other 2 over and over - I need some more Pizza Man
#3 - Stacey W - 09/13/2008 - 21:25
hill street blues,series 3-7
please put countless people out of an agonising wait and release the remaining series on dvd,and hey lets be carefull out there
#4 - james ealey - 11/21/2008 - 13:43
This entire series has to be put out on dvd!!! It was the greatest cop show ever! Do it or else dog face!!!!!!!!!!!!
#5 - Eric - 03/24/2009 - 15:06
At the very least let us buy the other season as downloads.
#6 - Sue - 06/20/2010 - 07:17
Why did they only release series 1 & 2? There are hundreds of fans who would buy the whole lot.
#7 - marion - 08/18/2010 - 16:15
I have Seasons 3-7 if interested
#8 - Jim - 04/12/2013 - 03:45