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Michael D. Roberts
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This is for all the folks that posted similarities to Miami Vice. Where M V was a vice squad show, going after mostly drug smugglers, this show was about investigative journalists, not cops. I thought it was a great show with incredible actors and interesting plots. Maybe most don't really remember this show as well as they think. I was a very faithful fan of this series, and wished it would have lasted a lot longer than it did. Nicholas Campbell was very young at the time, but you could tell he was destined for the big screen! After all those years and then starring in "DaVinci's Inquest", which is another must see television series with great story lines. I don't think there can be any comparison between Miami Vice and The Insiders.
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