Television's Second Golden Age: From Hill Street Blues to ER : Hill Street Blues, Thirtysomething, St. Elsewhere, China Beach, Cagney & Lacey, Twin Peaks, Moonlighting, Northern Exposure, L.A. Law, Picket Fences, with Brief Reflections on Homicide, NYPD Blue & Chicago Hope, and Other Quality Dramas
This is an insider's tour, touching on the network's dizzying decision-making process, and the artists who have revolutionized the medium.
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