Delvecchio (TV series)

Starring Judd Hirsch
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 22 (2 unaired)
Running time 60 minutes
Production company(s) Crescendo Productions
Universal Television
Original network CBS
Original release September 9, 1976 – March 13, 1977

Delvecchio is an American television series that aired on CBS during the 1976-77 season. It starred Judd Hirsch as the title character, Dominick Delvecchio, an Italian-American detective who worked for the LAPD and also studied to become a lawyer.[1]

A writer of eight episodes of the series, Stephen Bochco, would later import cast members Charles Haid and Michael Conrad, along with guest-stars James B. Sikking and George Wyner, to Hill Street Blues.

One episode of the Delvecchio series (the Feb. 13, 1977 installment, "Licensed to Kill") was made available on the 2006 DVD release Brilliant But Cancelled TV Dramas, along with an episode each of Gideon Oliver, Johnny Staccato, and Touching Evil.



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