The exploits of the detectives of the Mid South Precinct, in a generic North American city not unlike New York (but a lot like Toronto), chronicled through the eyes of newspaper columnist ...
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The exploits of the detectives of the Mid South Precinct, in a generic North American city not unlike New York (but a lot like Toronto), chronicled through the eyes of newspaper columnist Tom Kirkwood and his "Night Heat" column. Written by
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The majority of the series was filmed at night, encompassing about 800 days of nighttime shooting. Scott Hylands recalls being glad when his character was not the central figure of certain episodes because this allowed him to sleep more. See more »
Although set in the United States many scenes were shot on Yonge Street in Toronto and many landmarks such as Sam the Record Man store and newspaper boxes selling the Toronto Star can be seen. See more »
This lasted several years despite the late hour it was on.
Like a lot of 80's crime dramas, it looked cold. Both physically and
figuratively. This isn't a bad thing though. And the (obviously) low
budget actually worked in it's favor. Gritty during a time when 'slick'
Allan Royal's wraparound segments as the news writer gave it a slight
The only actors I remembered were Scott Nylands (Earthquake) and Tony
Rosato (SCTV). The cast of barely knowns was a good thing because one
could see the group as a whole and not as a bunch of people supporting
a 'star.' And yes, that's a young Clark Johnson (Homicide) in a
I hope a DVD release is in the future. Someone out there wanna get on
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