Miami Vice (TV Series)
Miami Vice is the iconic 80's television crime drama that starred Don Johnson and Philip Michael Thomas as detectives in the Miami-Dade Police Department who work undercover to root out the criminal elements working throughout the city. The series broke new ground in television for its visual style as well as its innovative use of popular music in each episode and was well known for the casting of several future stars including Bruce Willis, Julia Roberts, Vincent D'Onofrio, Liam Neeson, and Wesley Snipes. Miami Vice also featured the debut of many firearms that are now commonplace in the films and television today, such as the Beretta 92FS and the Glock 17. The executive producer of the series mostly credited with its look was Michael Mann, who went on to direct a feature film adaptation in 2006 that starred Colin Farrell and Jamie Foxx.
The following lists the seasons of the series Miami Vice: