NYPD Blue

The gritty details of life as a member of a New York City police unit.

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Season From To Episodes
All Seasons
Specials September 2002 March 2005 13
Season 1 September 1993 May 1994 22
Season 2 October 1994 May 1995 22
Season 3 October 1995 May 1996 22
Season 4 October 1996 May 1997 22
Season 5 September 1997 May 1998 22
Season 6 October 1998 May 1999 22
Season 7 January 2000 May 2000 22
Season 8 January 2001 May 2001 20
Season 9 November 2001 May 2002 23
Season 10 September 2002 May 2003 22
Season 11 September 2003 May 2004 22
Season 12 September 2004 March 2005 20
Unassigned Episodes 0
Season From To Episodes
Specials 0
Unassigned Episodes 274
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Season From To Episodes
Season 1 September 1993 1
Unassigned Episodes 273
Name Number of Episodes Dates
David Milch 125 09/21/1993 - 05/23/2000
Bill Clark 99 03/29/1994 - 05/20/2003
Mark Tinker 55 10/25/1994 - 03/01/2005
Steven Bochco 52 09/21/1993 - 12/15/1998
Ted Mann 42 10/05/1993 - 02/09/1999
Steven DePaul 38 09/21/1993 - 03/16/2004
Nicholas Wootton 36 05/23/1995 - 09/28/2004
Michael M. Robin 36 10/12/1993 - 01/05/1999
Matt Olmstead 34 10/27/1998 - 09/21/2004
Gregory Hoblit 33 09/21/1993 - 11/15/1994
Gardner Stern 29 11/16/1993 - 02/20/1996
Leonard Gardner 24 11/01/1994 - 05/23/2000
Robert J. Doherty 23 10/12/1993 - 05/06/1997
David Mills 14 04/04/1995 - 02/18/1997
Meredith Stiehm 13 12/03/1996 - 03/21/2000
Theresa Rebeck 13 02/07/1995 - 04/22/1997
Donna Deitch 13 01/10/1995 - 11/25/2003
Paris Barclay 12 01/21/1997 - 05/18/1999
Bob Doherty 11 01/06/1998 - 01/18/2005
Jake Paltrow 10 12/16/1997 - 12/14/2004
Jesse Bochco 10 10/15/2002 - 02/22/2005
Matthew Penn 7 04/29/1997 - 04/16/2002
Dennis Dugan 6 11/30/1993 - 03/09/2004
Walon Green 6 11/15/1994 - 05/02/1995
Tom Towles 6 12/06/1994
Mark Piznarski 6 05/09/1995 - 09/30/2003
Perry Lang 5 01/30/1996 - 03/31/1998
Jorge Montesi 5 02/28/1995 - 05/02/1995
Bob Glaudini 5 05/21/1996
John Hyams 4 04/08/2003 - 02/08/2005
Rick Wallace 4 01/18/1994 - 02/15/2005
Charles Haid 4 10/12/1993 - 01/08/2002
Elodie Keene 4 12/06/1994 - 02/13/1996
Tawnia McKiernan 4 03/05/2002 - 11/09/2004
Michael W. Watkins 4 04/30/1996 - 03/20/2001
Karen Gaviola 3 04/13/1999 - 02/27/2001
Dennis M. White 3 05/04/1999 - 05/01/2001
Daniel Sackheim 3 11/16/1993 - 12/03/1996
John Chambers 3 12/16/1997 - 02/16/1999
Joe Ann Fogle 3 03/14/1995 - 01/07/2003
Davis Guggenheim 3 12/12/1995 - 11/26/1996
W.K. Scott Meyer 3 11/30/1993 - 03/07/2000
Kevin Hooks 3 04/03/2001 - 11/16/2004
Farrel Jane Levy 3 11/04/1997 - 02/06/2001
Carol Banker 3 05/13/2003 - 12/07/2004
Adam Nimoy 2 12/19/1995 - 01/28/1997
Lesli Linka Glatter 2 02/15/1994 - 03/29/1994
Peter Markle 2 03/21/2000 - 02/19/2002
Bernadette McNamara 2 05/18/1999
Marc Buckland 2 01/12/1999 - 04/06/1999
Alan Rosenberg 2 12/21/2004
Eric Newman 2 12/06/1994
James McDaniel 2 04/25/2000
Randy Zisk 2 02/27/1996 - 02/18/1997
Bradley Silberling 2 10/26/1993 - 12/07/1993
William L. Morris 2 01/16/1996
Kevin Arkadie 2 05/12/1998
Jill Goldsmith 2 03/31/1998
Lee Hubbard 2 02/08/2000
David Simon 2 03/26/1996
Ed Begley Jr. 2 11/04/2003 - 02/01/2005
Catherine Stribling 2 11/04/1997
Brad Silberling 1 10/22/1996
Henry Bronchtein 1 11/13/2001
John Tracy 1 03/27/2001
Dianne Houston 1 02/05/2002
Michael Swither 1 10/08/2002
Nelson McCormick 1 05/07/2002
Paul Eads 1 11/18/2003
Jeff McCracken 1 02/08/2000
Jim Charleston 1 11/28/1995
Félix Enríquez Alcalá 1 02/08/1994
Jesus Salvador 1 03/01/1994
Clark Johnson 1 05/02/2000
Eric Laneuville 1 12/14/1993
Christopher McQuarrie 1 11/22/1994
Andy Wolk 1 11/29/1994
JoAnne McCool 1 02/11/2003
Craig Zisk 1 03/12/2002
David Rosenbloom 1 05/14/1996
Kathy Bates 1 04/22/1997
Dick Lowry 1 12/18/2001
Name Number of Episodes Dates
Jody Worth 21 05/17/1994 - 04/15/2003
Burton Armus 20 10/26/1993 - 01/17/1995
Tom Szentgyorgyi 13 10/29/2002 - 02/22/2005
Keith Eisner 12 10/22/2002 - 02/15/2005
Greg Plageman 8 11/12/2002 - 01/25/2005
Charles H. Eglee 5 10/11/1994 - 01/03/1995
William M. Finkelstein 5 11/25/2003 - 03/01/2005
Channing Gibson 5 10/11/1994 - 01/03/1995
Jonathan Lisco 4 02/06/2001 - 05/22/2001
Buzz Bissinger 4 01/30/2001 - 05/08/2001
Harold Sylvester 4 04/17/2001 - 11/27/2001
Doug Palau 3 11/17/1998 - 03/02/1999
Alexandra Cunningham 3 02/13/2001 - 05/15/2001
George D. Putnam 3 01/04/1994 - 12/17/1996
Ann Biderman 3 02/08/1994 - 05/03/1994
Victor Bumbalo 2 05/16/1995 - 03/20/2001
Bonnie Mark 2 10/07/2003 - 02/17/2004
Art Monterastelli 2 10/12/1993
Hugh Levick 2 01/07/1997 - 05/02/2000
Dennis Woods-Doderer 1 02/17/1998
Adisa Iwa 1 03/03/1998
Rosemary Breslin 1 02/14/1995
Ami Canaan Mann 1 05/09/2000
Kim Newton 1 04/11/2000
Jane Wallace 1 05/20/1997
Michael R. Perry 1 11/12/1996
Michael A. Graham 1 04/27/1999
Franklyn Ajaye 1 02/21/1995
Robert Ward 1 04/28/1998
Gardener Stern 1 02/20/1996
T.J. English 1 02/10/1998
Greg Ball 1 11/30/2004
Bill Barich 1 05/06/1997
David Shore 1 05/13/1997
Ted Shuttleworth 1 05/16/2000
Jonathan Robert Kaplan 1 01/08/2002
Stephen Gaghan 1 11/12/1996
Eric Rogers 1 02/18/2003
Steve Blackman 1 11/30/2004
Rift Fournier 1 11/26/1996
Stephen Adly Guirgis 1 04/16/2002
Sonny Postiglione 1 02/11/2003
Michael Daly 1 05/07/1996
Thad Mumford 1 04/29/1997
Kevin Stevens 1 11/18/1997
Elizabeth Sarnoff 1 11/20/2001
Barry Douglass 1 02/21/1995
Edward Allen Bernero 1 10/28/1997
Glen Plageman 1 10/15/2002
Larry Cohen 1 03/21/1995
Scott Williams 1 05/19/1998
Jason Cahill 1 11/11/1997
Name Number of Episodes Dates
Gigi Coello-Bannon 20 10/19/1993 - 10/18/1994
Joseph Berger-Davis 11 10/26/1993 - 10/18/1994
Chad Savage 11 10/19/1993 - 10/18/1994

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