21 Jump Street (1987 — 1991)

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21 Jump Street
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Title21 Jump Street
Year1987 — 1991
CountryUSA
GenreCrime (TV Shows)
CollectionPolice
Run Time46 min
Director

The series focuses on a group of police officers headquartered at the eponymous address. These young officers all have especially youthful appearances, allowing them to pass for teenagers. Their assignments generally consist of undercover work in high schools or, less commonly, colleges, where they generally investigate drug trafficking and abuse. The show’s plots cover issues such as alcoholism, hate crimes, drug abuse, homophobia, AIDS, child abuse and sexual promiscuity. Similarly, each problem is often solved by the end of the hour-long episode, giving an implicit moral about a particular activity’s impact. When the show originally aired, some episodes were followed immediately by public service announcements featuring cast members.

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21 Jump Street
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Cast:

Johnny Depp Johnny Depp
Officer Tom Hanson (1-4)
Holly Robinson Peete Holly Robinson Peete
Officer Judy Hoffs (1-5)
Peter DeLuise Peter DeLuise
Officer Doug Penhall (1-5)
Steven Williams Steven Williams
Captain Adam Fuller (1-5)
Dustin Nguyen Dustin Nguyen
Officer Harry Truman Ioki (1-4)
Frederic Forrest Frederic Forrest
Captain Richard Jenko (1)
Michael DeLuise Michael DeLuise
Officer Joey Penhall (5)
Michael Bendetti Michael Bendetti
Officer Anthony "Mac" McCann (5)

The series focuses on a group of police officers headquartered at the eponymous address. These young officers all have especially youthful appearances, allowing them to pass for teenagers. Their assignments generally consist of undercover work in high schools or, less commonly, colleges, where they generally investigate drug trafficking and abuse. The show’s plots cover issues such as alcoholism, hate crimes, drug abuse, homophobia, AIDS, child abuse and sexual promiscuity. Similarly, each problem is often solved by the end of the hour-long episode, giving an implicit moral about a particular activity’s impact. When the show originally aired, some episodes were followed immediately by public service announcements featuring cast members.

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