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The Shield (TV Series –)

The Shield (TV Series –)
TV Series: The Shield (TV Series –)(2002)[tt0286486] The story of an inner-city Los Angeles police precinct where some of the cops aren't above breaking the rules or working against their associates to both keep the streets safe and their self-interests intact. Written by<jgp3553@yahoo.com>
Title The Shield (TV Series –)
Release Date 29 September 2002 (UK)
Runtime
Genres Crime, Drama, Thriller
Production Companies Fox Television Network, Sony Pictures Television, The Barn Productions
Michael Chiklis
Michael Chiklis...
 Vic Mackey ...
Catherine Dent
Catherine Dent...
 Danni Sofer ...
Walton Goggins
Walton Goggins...
 Shane Vendrell ...
Michael Jace
Michael Jace...
 Julien Lowe ...
Jay Karnes
Jay Karnes...
 Holland Wagenbach ...
Benito Martinez
Benito Martinez...
 David Aceveda ...
CCH Pounder
CCH Pounder...
 Claudette Wyms ...
Cathy Cahlin Ryan
Cathy Cahlin Ryan...
 Corrine Mackey ...
David Rees Snell
David Rees Snell...
 Ronnie Gardocki ...
Kenny Johnson
Kenny Johnson...
 Curtis Lemansky ...
David Marciano
David Marciano...
 Steve Billings ...

Reviews

movieguy-52 on 18 March 2002
Watch the previews FX is throwing in your faces and you'll see what this show is about....The same OLD tired formula....Another dirty cop on an Ego Trip, this character is no different from the "Steven Segal" characters of the 90's. Well, this one is just weighs a couple hundred pounds more than Segal.And surprise, surprise, he doesn't follow the rules and loves to punish bad guys behind closed doors. And FX has the nerve to call this the newest "Original" series ?How many more "Cops on Ego Trips" type shows/movies can hollywood possibly produce. There are enough cops like that on the road, must we produce an exaggerated TV show to fuel their mindless powertrip exploits as well ? We've already got more than enough law enforcement TV shows like "Cops", "America's Most Wanted" "Worlds Scariest Police Chases", etc, etc. All the hosts for these shows are gung-ho get the bad guys, as if they've never done anything wrong in their own lives. It's hippocritical television at it's best.The message "The Shield" is sending to the American Public is not a good one in my opinion. Leading it's audience to believe that a badge and a gun gives an otherwise everyday civilian in uniform the right to abuse another's consitutional rights. I suggest Hollywood produce more Cop shows where the dirty cops actually get busted and sent off to prison where they too can feel what it's like to be vicitimized by the system.A better title for "The Shield" would be, "Cops out of control" or "Dirty Cops at their best" or "Police abuse exploited but nothing done about it"

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