Alfre Woodard as Dr. Roxanne Turner

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January 1, 1993

Academy Award-winning American screenwriter & film director talks about his show: Homicide - Life on the Street

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January 31, 1993

Commercials aired during Superbowl XXVII for the series premiere.

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February 2, 1996

A subway station gas attack, similar to one that took place in a Baltimore church five years earlier, brings Baltimore homicide detectives Tim Bayliss and Frank Pembleton to New York to assist Briscoe and Curtis in apprehending the prime suspect in both incidents. (Aired on Law & Order, season 6, episode 13.)

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May 17, 1996

Interviews with members of the cast from season 4.

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October 2, 1996

Episode of the A&E TV Series "American Justice"

Graphic footage accompanies this look at homicide detectives on the job. Among the cases investigated is a 1994 quadruple murder in Virginia Beach, Va.

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November 12, 1997

It's old home week for Briscoe when an apparent murder of a teenage model in New York develops ties to Baltimore, and Detectives Munch and Falsone pay a visit to the Big Apple to observe the case. Meanwhile, McCoy finds himself battling the attorney of the victim's parents for access to his clients and the Baltimore DA for jurisdiction. (Aired on Law & Order, season 8, episode 6.)

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A brief look at the history of "Homicide: Life on the Street", one of the best shows on television and its ratings history as well as some of the people on the show, as well as behind the camera. The primary focus of this PBS documentary is the "Subway" episode which aired on December 5, 1997 on NBC. This two-hour documentary follows the "Subway" episode from conception to award nominations.

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February 17, 1999

When Briscoe and Curtis discover that a high-level federal official found murdered in Battery Park was recently transferred from Baltimore, they reteam with Baltimore homicide detectives. The joint investigation reveals that the victim was involved in a love affair with another high-level government official, whose career will be destroyed if the relationship becomes public. The independent counsel summons McCoy and his Baltimore counterpart, Ed Danvers, to Washington and demands that McCoy reveal his source or be jailed for contempt. Briscoe and Curtis apprehend the suspect, but F.B.I. claims jurisdiction and the suspect evades trial, if not justice. (Aired on Law & Order, season 9, episode 14.)

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The Movie

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February 13, 2000

The squad's former lieutenant, Al Giardello, is running for mayor and is close to victory when he is shot during a campaign speech.

The assassination attempt inspires the arrival of the entire unit, past and present, in a joint effort to bring down the gunman. Every regular from the series—including two dead characters who make their appearance in a startling, non-flashback scene near the film's end—returns for this final chapter in the series' seven-year-long story.

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April 29, 2003

An interview with Barry Levinson and Tom Fontana, narrated by Richard Belzer

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September 30, 2003

An interview with Barry Levinson, Tom Fontana, Henry Bromell, David Simon, and James Yoshimura, narrated by Daniel Baldwin

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April 9, 2004

An interview with Barry Levinson, Tom Fontana, Henry Bromell, David Simon, and James Yoshimura, narrated by Isabella Hofmann

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Barry Levinson's acceptance speech for the 2004 Video Software Dealers Association Career Achievement Award

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Inside Homicide

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August 31, 2004

An interview with David Simon and James Yoshimura

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May 31, 2005

Live panel discussion with Tom Fontana, Barry Levinson, James Yoshimura, and David Simon.

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