Moonlighting (1985–1989)

TV Series   |  TV-PG   |    |  Comedy, Drama, Mystery


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The quirky cases of a former model and a smart aleck detective who manage a private detective agency.

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  • Cybill Shepherd in Moonlighting (1985)
  • Bruce Willis and Brian Thompson in Moonlighting (1985)
  • Gary Graham in Moonlighting (1985)
  • Bruce Willis and Cybill Shepherd in Moonlighting (1985)
  • Bruce Willis in Moonlighting (1985)
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Glenn Gordon Caron

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22 July 2000 | cedra
Reliving the 80's with one of my favorite shows.
Presently, "Moonlighting" is being shown on cable (Bravo)here in the U.S. I must say watching these episodes after fifteen years brings back a lot of joy for me. It was one of my favorite shows of the '80's. I remember enjoying the verbal sparring between Maddie and David. It was also fun to watch what antics David would pull. True, some episodes weren't all that great, but what T.V. show has been truly perfect? Anyway, for the most part "Moonlighting" was a wonderful show that was well-written. As I watch these episodes again, I'm struck by how beautiful Cybill Sheperd was photographed and how young looking Bruce Willis was. (I think they've aged pretty well.)Last night I saw "Twas the Episode Before Xmas" and loved how they (writers and actors) frequently broke through the "fourth wall". That's another thing I loved about the show. It frequently broke through the "fourth wall". In all, "Moonlighting" was a witty romantic comedic show that put a whole new spin on the detective show genre.

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