TV Series | TV-PG | | Crime, Drama, Mystery
Two female police detectives cooperate with each other both in their professions and in their personal lives.
The screenplay for the pilot was originally written in the 1970s for a feature film that never materialized. After the success of Charlie's Angels (1976), Producer Barney Rosenzweig shopped an edited version of the screenplay as a possible television series. It took many years for the script to be produced, because the networks felt that there was no audience for a realistic show about female detectives.
We're gonna put the word out how you tried to set up the blacks, Eddie. You're gonna be a big hit in Attica. They're gonna be calling you the Queen of Soul!
Actor Sidney Clute passed away during the run of the series. In every episode after his death, his name and picture still appeared in the opening credits. That was done by the producers as a tribute to him.
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