The FBI and the New York Police Department battle to keep the mob from taking a bite out of the Big Apple.




Nominated for 1 Primetime Emmy. See more awards »


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Series cast summary:
 Det. Michael Mooney (8 episodes, 2001)
 Sarah Day (8 episodes, 2001)
 Terry Maddock (8 episodes, 2001)
 Det. Vincent Trout (8 episodes, 2001)
 FBI Agent Will Preecher (8 episodes, 2001)
 Ted Olsen (8 episodes, 2001)
 FBI Special Agent Jimmy Flynn (8 episodes, 2001)
 Chris Scott (7 episodes, 2001)
 Mitya (6 episodes, 2001)
 Brigid McNamara (5 episodes, 2001)
 Howard Klein (5 episodes, 2001)
 Swenson (5 episodes, 2001)
Kevin Squires ...
 Lead Surveillance Technician Steve (5 episodes, 2001)
Robert Connelly ...
 Dicky Duplato (4 episodes, 2001)
 Vlad (4 episodes, 2001)
 John Corelli (3 episodes, 2001)
 Jimmy Dugan (3 episodes, 2001)
 Lawrence Stark (3 episodes, 2001)
 Sandra Reynolds (3 episodes, 2001)
 Lois - Mooney's Sister (3 episodes, 2001)
 Rosemary (3 episodes, 2001)
 Officer Cruz (3 episodes, 2001)
 Joan Kellogg (3 episodes, 2001)
Anthony Alessandro ...
 Bobby Rizutto (2 episodes, 2001)
 Inspector Bob Cooper (2 episodes, 2001)
Jane Jensen ...
 Russian Girl / ... (2 episodes, 2001)
 US Attorney Deirdre Stiles (2 episodes, 2001)
 Motorcycle Cop / ... (2 episodes, 2001)
Nicholas Wyman ...
 Klein's Attorney / ... (2 episodes, 2001)


Detective drama set in New York has two NYPD detectives, the veteran Mike Mooney, and his partner Vincent Trout, whom are forced by the FBI to work with them by teaming them up with agents Jimmy Flynn and Will Preecher to bring down crime and corruption in the city involving Russian mobsters, murderous drug dealers, and former police informant/contract killer Terry Maddock whom plays all parties against one another. Written by Anonymous

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Release Date:

1 March 2001 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Kovat otteet  »

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(6 episodes)

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Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Terry Maddock: Ricky, thanks for being so bad at that thing you call your life.
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NYPD Blue meets The FBI
13 March 2001 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The creative strategy behind this show is so similar to NYPD Blue, that I'm not sure it will attract enough viewers, as it doesn't really offer much that is different. Ed O'Neill plays a boorish character heavily borrowed from Sipkowicz of "Blue," but without some redeeming qualities.

Also, the show is very dark (visually and thematically) and humorless, to the point where it becomes tiring. Perhaps this will change with time. So far (2 episodes), there's been a lot of plot to cover.

The relationship between the younger FBI agent and his informer (also a childhood friend) is the best thing about the show, as well as the low-key intelligence that David Strathairn brings to the role of the director of the NYC office of the FBI. Unfortunately, the show is more geared around O'Neill than Strathairn, who is relegated to a Sam Waterston type role (and not the Waterston of "Law & Order."). He deserves better.

I don't think this one will make it. Milch's previous CBS outing," Brooklyn South" had a more engaging group of characters.

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