Paris

Paris

Paris is a American television show which appeared on the CBS television system from September 29, 1979 on January 1-5, 1980. A crime drama, the show is noteworthy while the first-ever appearance of renowned actor James Earl Jones at a lead character on tv and was made by Steven Bochco, who achieved fame for NYPD Blue and Hill Street Blues, additionally functioned as executive producer. This system told the story of la Police Captain Woody Paris, who supervised a team of young detectives. The rookie researchers comprised officials and were directed by Sergeant Stacy Erickson Charlie Bogart, Ernesto Villas, along with Willie Miller. Hank Garrett depicted Deputy Chief Jerome Bench,'' Paris' and, with Lee Chamberlin, Paris' home and off duty life was given appreciable attention at an unusual turn for police dramas of that age. Paris was shown moonlighting at an area university as a professor of criminology. Although Paris was acclaimed for the portrayal of this tension between the professional Paris character along with his often impetuous underlings,'' CBS scheduled the show at one of the hardest potential time slots on a weekly program: Saturdays at 10 p.m./9 Central. Shows were debuted by all 3 networks in the slot for the 1979-80 season machine. Just the Hart to Hart of ABC survived its first 1-3 weeks. CBS moved it to Tuesdays at 10/9, however to no avail. Edward DeBlasio produced the show on NBC, throughout the season, '' executive producer Bochco's milestone Hill Street Blues.
Duration: 60 min
Production: MTM Enterprises