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Let’s take a look at other police and legal dramas – both gritty and personal – in TV shows like ‘NYPD Blue’. ~ Samar N
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Although framed as a legal drama, this series similar to ‘NYPD Blue’ used legal proceedings as a plot device to unfold the dynamics of its highly sexualized cast, who often meet in a unisex toilet where they play out their relationship drama.
Ally Mcbeal (Carista Flockhard) also acts out vivid fantasies, coloured by the case she’s working on, featuring her boyfriends past, present and future.
A legal drama about a sexualized firm with a unisex toilet.
‘Dun dun’: these sounds open every one of the 456 episodes that spanned 20 seasons.
Although overtaken by its popular spin-off ‘Law & Order: SVU’, the original is still the best, especially in its early days.
Don’t miss Seasons 1-5 which feature heartthrob Chris North (Mr. Big from Sex & the City), as quick-tempered detective Mike Logan.
If you love the spin-off, don't miss the original.
Before Steve Bochco created ‘NYPD Blues’, he worked on ‘Hill Street Blues’, another gritty, realistic police drama set in an unnamed metropolitan city modelled after Chicago.
Referring to the blue of their uniforms, the cops of the Hill Street Station worked together to keep the peace, from the lower ranking traffic officers right up to the captain of the precinct himself.
‘Hill Street Blues’ was nomiated for 96 Emmys during its run.
An award-winning gritty police drama that set the stage for 'NYPD Blues'.
This acclaimed detective drama stars Helen Mirren as Jane Tennison, one of the first female Chief Inspectors in London’s Metropolitan Police.
Tennison fights to overcome sexism in the policeforce while struggling to balance her personal life with work, especially since her her male co-workers are determined to see her fail. She increasingly turns to alcohol to help her cope, and in the final episode of the series, we see her confront her problem at an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting.
Helen Mirren plays the first female Chief Inspector in London's Metropolitan Police.
James Spader and Lara Flynn Boyle play attorneys at a Boston law firm frequently embroiled in ethical quarries, defending murderers and rapists in high-profile cases.
The lawyers often face inner battles when trying to balance their personal morals with legal ethics.
A legal drama with sophisticated actors.
Here are a few TV series like ‘NYPD Blue’ that you may enjoy. Let me know what you think in the comments below!