police procedural

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police procedural

a novel, film, or television drama that deals realistically with police work
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com/articles/2014/05/22/gang-related-pilot-review) IGN verdict reads: "If you're looking for the next The Wire - a smart, realistic cop drama with big stakes and identifiable characters - Gang Related probably won't satisfy you.
She plays the love interest of Ajay Devgn in the cop drama directed by Rohit Shetty of Golmaal series fame.
00pm This cop drama from the creator of The Shield follows the work of a group of officers bent on bringing down corruption in the Windy City's highest offices.
30pm: Tom Selleck returns to TV in a cop drama set in New York.
Kareena Kapoor has been selected as the leading lady in the thriller cop drama which starts shooting in February next year.
Idris Elba and Ruth Wilson play cat and mouse in new cop drama Luther
Dillon, who largely has steered clear of TV even as his younger brother has found fame in "Entourage," had gotten feelers for NBC s new take on "The Rockford Files" from "House" creator David Shore, and he was talked about for "Ridealong," "The Shield" creator Shawn Ryan s cop drama at Fox.
After Patrick was detected with an untreatable pancreatic cancer early last year (08), he found that his illness provided him an inner rage, which was required for the tense cop drama he was acting in.
The Departed,'' a remake of the 2002 Hong Kong cop drama ``Infernal Affairs,'' is the movie Scorsese loyalists have wanted for years, a rough-and-tumble trip down memory lane, free from pretension and the meddling of Harvey Weinstein.
8] Boomtown (NBC) Out co-executive producer Larry Andries's cop drama is one of the smartest ones around.
To claims to have found himself several times--with the father-son drama All About Ab-long (1989), which gave him his first taste of directorial freedom; with the psychological cop drama Loving You (1995); and with The Mission: "I feel I am only beginning.
Anyone who has watched a cop drama during the past few decades is familiar with the so-called Miranda warning: "You have the right to remain silent; anything you say can and will be used against you in a court of law.