Air Date: January 31st, 1993
Detectives investigate homicide cases in inner-city Baltimore.
Genres: Crime drama
Season 7 - Episode 22 : Forgive Us Our Trespasses May 21, 1999
The possible release of the Internet murder suspect leads Bayliss to soul-search over his future; Al reflects on his career; Munch and Billie Lou take a step.
Season 7 - Episode 21 : The Why Chromosome May 14, 1999
Sheppard and Ballard investigate the death of a teen gang member; Munch tries to help Billie Lou's friend by visiting her abusive ex-boyfriend.
Season 7 - Episode 20 : Lines of Fire May 7, 1999
Mike Giardello takes charge of a hostage situation when a father (Ron Eldard) holds his children captive in their home.
Season 7 - Episode 19 : Identity Crisis Apr 30, 1999
Falsone's knowledge of Italian culture may lead to a suspect in the death of a habitual barbecuer; high-heel footprints trail from a fatal robbery.
Season 7 - Episode 18 : Self Defense Apr 9, 1999
City politicians pull Giardello into the investigation of an affluent citizen's shooting death; without a partner, Lewis chases a violent burglar.
The quality of talent in front of the camera matches the high standards behind the scenes. As a cop ensemble, the Homicide squad has the spice, dry wit and ethnic diversity of the "Hill Street Blues" crew, with even more eccentricities and a heightened sense of realism. Like the New York partners in "Law & Order," the Baltimore detectives grind it out with street-tested police procedures. [29 Jan 1993, p.55] Show More
Even viewers who feel they've been copped and robbered to death by TV will find this highly juiced blend of bright writing and dark motif hard to turn off.[31 Jan 1993, p.D1] Show More
It has the best tough-guy dialogue around and an acting ensemble that's ferociously effective. Face it: Homicide is a killer. Show More