Steven Bochco


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Paris Barclay

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Paris Barclay on producing and directing City of Angels

James Burrows

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James Burrows on directing a pilot for Steven Bochco

Robert Butler

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Robert Butler on working with show creator Steven Bochco on Hill Street Blues

Stephen J. Cannell

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Stephen J. Cannell on the creation and production of Richie Brockelman, Private Eye

Glenn Gordon Caron

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Glenn Gordon Caron on turning down the offer to write for Hill Street Blues
Glenn Gordon Caron on Steven Bochco wanting him to write for Hill Street Blues

Thomas Carter

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Thomas Carter on working with Steven Bochco on Hill Street Blues

William Clotworthy

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William Clotworthy on Steven Bochco having trouble with Standards and Practices

Sam Denoff

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Sam Denoff on producing the series Turnabout with Sharon Gless and John Schuck, written by Steven Bochco

Dennis Franz

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Dennis Franz on his response to publicity NYPD Blue received
Dennis Franz on Steven Bochco's involvement with NYPD Blue
Dennis Franz on Steven Bochco's view of the evolution of "Sipowicz" and "Sipowicz's" wife on NYPD Blue
Dennis Franz on Steven Bochco's view of the longevity and relevancy of NYPD Blue

Lesli Linka Glatter

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Lesli Linka Glatter on working with Steven Bochco and David Milch on NYPD Blue

Sharon Gless

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Sharon Gless on Steven Bochco, who co-wrote the pilot for the short-lived Turnabout, in which she starred

Walon Green

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Walon Green on Steven Bochco having left Hill Street Blues when Green joined, and how it impacted Green's rapport with the cast
Walon Green on the legacy of Hill Street Blues and Steven Bochco
Walon Green on going to write for NYPD Blue for Steven Bochco as David Caruso was leaving the series

Elodie Keene

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Elodie Keene on working with Steven Bochco and the other writers on L.A. Law
Elodie Keene on Steven Bochco dealing with network censorship issues surrounding the language and nudity on NYPD Blue

David E. Kelley

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David E. Kelley on meeting Steven Bochco and interviewing to work on L.A. Law
David E. Kelley on mentor Steven Bochco and what he learned from Bochco
David E. Kelley on Brandon Tartikoff's support of Kelley running L.A. Law
David E. Kelley on co-creating Doogie Howser, M.D.

Chuck Lorre

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Chuck Lorre on what he's learned about the TV business - advice from Steven Bochco

Delbert Mann

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Delbert Mann on the role writer/producers seem to have in television today

David Milch

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David Milch on working with Steven Bochco on Hill Street Blues
David Milch on co-creating NYPD Blue with Steven Bochco
David Milch on collaborating with Steven Bochco on NYPD Blue  and dealing with the network

Thomas Murphy

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Thomas Murphy on Steven Bochco

Bernie Oseransky

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Bernie Oseransky on Steven Bochco's departure from Hill Street Blues; on revising the entire budget for the show

Mike Post

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Mike Post on his friendships with Stephen J. Cannell, Steven Bochco, and Dick Wolf
Mike Post on writing the theme song for Richie Brockelman, Private Eye
Mike Post on working on Hill Street Blues with writer/producer Steven Bochco
Mike Post on composing for Cop Rock
Mike Post on writing the theme for and scoring NYPD Blue
Mike Post on then-current (2005) projects and how he works with Stephen J. Canell, Steven Bochco, and Dick Wolf

Richard Schiff

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Richard Schiff on getting cast for a guest-starring role on NYPD Blue

Alfred Schneider

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Alfred Schneider on working with Steven Bochco versus working with Aaron Spelling

Brandon Stoddard

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Brandon Stoddard on Steven Bochco and Aaron Spelling

Grant Tinker

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Grant Tinker on Steven Bochco
Grant Tinker on Steven Bochco

Daniel J. Travanti

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Daniel J. Travanti on his reluctance to do a series, and then accepting the role of "Captain Frank Furillo" on Steven Bochco's Hill Street Blues
Daniel J. Travanti on Steven Bochco finding him to play "Captain Frank Furillo" on Hill Street Blues
Daniel J. Travanti on meeting Steven Bochco and Grant Tinker when he read for Hill Street Blues
Daniel J. Travanti on the experience of reading with Barbara Bosson for Hill Street Blues for Steven Bochco

John Walsh

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John Walsh on Steven Bochco being impressed by the style of America's Most Wanted

John Wells

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John Wells on being discovered by Steven Bochco and writing for Shell Game

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