Steven Bochco, creator of 'NYPD Blue,' dies at 74

Steven Bochco, the 10-time Emmy-winning producer and writer, died Sunday.
1:06 | 04/02/18

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City let's roll it peck. Let's be careful. The officers and Hill Street Blues heard that at the start of every episode it became a catch phrase in the 80s in this morning we remember the man behind that iconic series. Steven Bochco is a creative force behind Hill Street Blues LA law and NYPD blue. Yeah his shows featured multiple story lines that continued from week to week a first for prime time TV. And the characters were notoriously imperfect and spoke like every day people such language actually cause controversy at the time. Certainly. In terms of the kinds of shows that we knew we. Are from a viewers on television. The the occasional our use of language I don't think it's particularly offensive nor do I think it. It violates any. Community standards whatsoever. Bosco 110 primetime Emmy Awards and was also behind another ABC hit Doogie Howser MD his family says a Sunday four year old died peacefully. In his sleep after a long battle with leukemia.

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