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Considered the most realistic cop drama ever aired, Homicide: Life on the Street gives viewers a unique cops'-eye view of one of the most challenging jobs imaginable.
Created by Writer/Director Tom Fontana (St. Elsewhere, OZ) and Executive Producer Barry Levinson (The Perfect Storm, Oz) and based on David Simon's (The Wire) book Homicide: A Year on the Killing Streets, HOMICIDE features TV's most powerful ensemble cast, including Richard Belzer (Law and Order: Special Victims Unit), Emmy®-winner Andre Braugher (Thief, Frequency), Yaphet Kotto (Alien), and Ned Beatty (Deliverance) with guest appearances from James Earl Jones, Robin Williams, Steve Buscemi, Peter Gallagher, Chris Rock, Wilford Brimley, and other star actors.
HOMICIDE garnered two Emmy® Awards, three Peabody Awards, three Television Critics Awards, two Writers Guild Awards, and was named to TV Guide's "The Greatest Episodes in TV History" and "TV's Greatest Characters" lists.
Now, one of television's crowning achievements is available in its entirety on 35 DVDs and includes all 122 episodes spanning seven critically acclaimed seasons, the three Law & Order crossover episodes, and Homicide: The Movie.
Loved this series. A great ensemble cast. Always interesting.Published 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
It was great when it first came on T.V. and after all the years that have past it has not lost any of the passion!Published 6 months ago by Reader8
In my humble opinion, the best detective series ever. Worth the purchase 10 times over.Published 7 months ago by Susan Palacio
I got this set for Christmas and started watching Season 1 today--made it through ONE episode and the second one kept locking up at varioud places--difficult to turn off the DVD... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Loves2Read
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I am interested in this piece of information too. It seems the UK (Region 2) version do have subtitles for the Hearing Impaired. I've read in the Amazon comments that US DVDs don't have subtitles, but cannot confirm it.
Jan 10, 2011 by R. Sanchez Saez | See all 11 posts
So far (I'm only up to mid-season 5) there is just one commentary per season. Usually on the episode that they're most proud of (Season 5's 'The Documentary') or that won an Emmy for one of the actors (guest star Lily Tomlin in 'The Hat').
Mar 6, 2014 by R. Coulter | See all 2 posts
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