Spiritual father Hill Street Blues died

NEW YORK – The American television producer Steven show’s look is Sunday at age 74, died in his hometown of New York. The show’s look was the brain behind successful politieseries as Hill Street Blues and NYPD Blue. Also he thought the advocatenserie L. A. Law and Doogie Howser, MD.

The iconic cast of the politieserie Hill Street Blues from the ’80s.

In total he received for his acclaimed work ten Emmy’s. He was 34 times nominated for the coveted televisieprijs. In 1981, he was the man who for that time revolutionary Hill Street Blues invented, a realistic series about the ups and downs of agents in an American city, for which he also wrote and produced. It was a big hit.

The series of the show’s look were progressive and dealt with controversial subjects that never were shown on American television, such as crime, drug use and violence. Also new for that time was that he storylines had run over several episodes, instead of each episode one story to tell.

The show’s look was suffering for several years from leukemia and died in his sleep.

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