The powerful series speaks of the New York City Police drama, which seems harsh every day. Events begin as officers continue their work with determination to uncover more crimes that occur daily. The series begins with Detectives Andy Sipowicz and John Kelley, the central characters in the weekly police drama who face difficulties during their work. The events begin as Sebović recovers consciousness in the hospital after the shooting but it seems that the modernity was strong, which made him into a coma and therefore he has no memory of an assassination attempt because he was drunk.
Watching this season reveals some lines that [are] delivered just a little too heavily, which will evoke laughter from most people. Despite those over-acted, and somewhat clichéd, lines; NYPD Blue starts off a bit better than most network dramas.
NYPD Blue is like some Indy car on a quiet suburban street. Its roar can't help but turn our heads. But forgetting for a moment all the noise and protest surrounding it, NYPD Blue is a cop show and a very good, tough and realistic cop show.
An engrossing police series ballyhooed as both frank and daringly sexy. But the portrait of New York's finest and their associates owes its strengths to character studies and interactions, not tripe hype.
[Steven Bochco]'s storytelling skills have never been sharper, and his favorite theme -- the clash between institutions and people, between the law and justice -- has never been dramatized at a higher, more compelling pitch.