Five female cops in San Francisco struggle with their personal and professional lives.
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Cast

Series cast summary:
Bonnie Bedelia ...  Capt. Kate McCafferty 88 episodes, 2001-2004
Nancy McKeon ...  Inspector Jinny Exstead 88 episodes, 2001-2004
Lisa Vidal ...  Inspector Magdalena 'Magda' Ramirez / ... 88 episodes, 2001-2004
Jon Hamm ...  Inspector Nate Basso 66 episodes, 2002-2004
Taraji P. Henson ...  Inspector Raina Washington 66 episodes, 2002-2004
Tracey Needham ...  Inspector Candace 'C. D.' DeLorenzo / ... 66 episodes, 2001-2003
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It's a cop show with a twist. Lifetime's series explores the personal and professional lives of five very different policewomen in San Francisco. "The Division" features action, suspense, crime and cat-and-mouse chases. It also looks at the ups and downs of romance, family, motherhood and female friendships. It's good, old-fashioned drama about working women with real-life problems. Written by Anonymous

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Five Women, One Code: Justice.


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Official Sites:

Lifetime Entertainment

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

7 January 2001 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Heart of the City See more »

Filming Locations:

San Francisco, California, USA See more »

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Technical Specs

Runtime:

| (88 episodes)

Sound Mix:

Stereo

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Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Trivia

After airing an episode called "Testimonial" (season three episode five) that featured actual sexual abuse survivors telling their stories on camera, calls to the National Sexual Assault Hotline surged 75 percent. See more »

Quotes

Raina: And I thought you weren't afraid of anything.
Kaitlyn: Raina, you know my biggest fear?
Raina: What's that?
Kaitlyn: That you'll still be here when I turn around.
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Reverse Discrimination; Defeats Own Purpose
29 December 2003 | by yarboroughSee all my reviews

The Division does nothing more than tell us that in life the good guys are the racial/ethnic minorities and women while the bad guys are the white Christian males. In every single episode I have seen, the criminal is white and, most often, male, while the main team of detectives is an unrealistic assortment of racially diverse women and a Jewish man. If this is so true, why do people complain about a disproportionate amount of minorities in prison and white males on the police department? The San Francisco setting combined with the reverse discrimination makes the liberal agenda all too clear.

The Division does not solve or address any problems but rather reverses the old problems and creates more tensions.


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