ABC can bring you back NYPD Blue, But there is a big turn.
A potential resurgence of the seminal police drama, which lasted 12 seasons from 1993 to 2005, is being seen on the web, with the project revolving around the son of detective Andy Sipowicz, the iconic character played by the original star. Dennis Franz,ET can confirm.
The possible follow-up, which has received a pilot order from ABC, begins with Theo Sipowicz, while trying to win his detective shield and work in the 15th squad while investigating his father's murder.
In the original series, Austin Majors He played the role of young Theo.
Jesse Bochco, the son of the deceased NYPD Blue creator Steven Bochco, will serve as executive producer and will direct the pilot. The widow of Steven Bochco, Dayna bochco, will also serve as a producer. Matt Olmstead Y Nick Wootton will be production and writing executive.
The original NYPD Blue He aired 261 episodes during his 12-season career on ABC. During that time, the program was nominated for 84 Emmy awards, winning the Outstanding Emmy for Drama in 1995 and the Golden Globe for Best Drama Series in 1994.
In the end of the series, that was emitted in May of 2005 and attracted more than 16 million spectators, Andy Sipowicz became the new head of squad 15.
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