TV Series | TV-14 | | Drama
The lives and work of the staff of an inner city police precinct.
Steven Bochco would produce another show after this, L.A. Law (1986), which took this series' place on the Thursday night line-up. That show was designed to be like "Hill Street" quality wise--an adult show about professionals that pushed the envelope, but more mainstream, more ratings-friendly and more popular. Bochco's plan worked, the show was critically acclaimed like "Hill Street", but stayed in the top 20 for most of its run, unlike "Hill Street."
Detective Mick Belker:
Belker. Hi, ma.
The Hill Street Precinct E.A.T. van, which is also used as the van that the Polk Ave. Precinct used to drop the homeless off on the Hill, is number 2227. There is also a squad car with the same number. The same with 2225, which is used on a larger newer E.A.T. van as well as the number for a squad car. Each number should have only been used one time.
After the credits it shows the MTM kitten wearing a policeman's hat to match this show.