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Officer Down!
A Perspective on T.J. Hooker
New Statesman review
TV Guide:
Robert MacKenzie Review
TV Guide:
Heather Locklear Interview
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James Darren Interview
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William Shatner Interview
A Star Trek Fan's Notes On
T.J. Hooker
Adrian Zmed:
Capturing Criminals and Fans
Herd: "You'll never get
ME on the beat"
VARIETY review: "Blood Sport"
NYTimes review: Premiere
VARIETY review: Premiere
TV Guide Fall Preview

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T.J. HOOKER PRESSROOM

TJ-Hooker.com is not the only entity to have written extensively on the subject of T.J. Hooker. Many television reviewers, magazine authors, and great thinkers of our time put pen to paper to ruminate upon America's Greatest Cop Show.

We begin our survey of relevant T.J. Hooker literature with none other than the original writeup from TV Guide's Fall Preview Issue for 1982, which introduced T.J. Hooker as a returning midseason replacement series. Of particular note is the mistaken character name for Heather Locklear, who was joining the cast with the premiere of the second season.



(Incidentally, this item was found on a two-page spread which introduced three other returning midseason-debuting shows: Cagney & Lacey, 9 to 5, and the infamous Joanie Loves Chachie).

NOTE: Other relevant articles that appear on other websites are available on our Links page.





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