Deadline (2000 - 2001)


Deadline

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Series Info

A mistake from `Law & Order' overseer Dick Wolf about a crusading Manhattan tabloid columnist and the journalism students who aid in his investigations. It was canceled after just five episodes, but eight more aired on West Coast NBC stations the following spring.

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Seasons

58%
Critics Consensus: Deadline deserves credit for its excellent writing and stellar casting, but the drama's depiction of the journalism industry rings decidedly false.

2000, NBC, 13 episodes

Cast

Oliver Platt
as Wallace Benton
Bebe Neuwirth
as Nikki Masucci
Christina Chang
as Beth Khambu
Damon Gupton
as Charles Foster
Tom Conti
as Si Beekman
Lili Taylor
as Hildy Baker
Hope Davis
as Brooke Benton
Chip Zien
as Sam Klein
Robert Hogan
as Phil Carbone
Sarita Choudhury
as Sahira Ondaajte
Erik Jensen
as Sean Feldman
David Aaron Baker
as Peter Wilding
Stephanie Berry
as Shelly Braxton
Angela Lanza
as Christina Del Costa
John Bedford Lloyd
as Daniel Minton
Mark Blum
as Rabbi Ahrenthal
Tony Lo Bianco
as Rosario Masucci
Alberto Vasquez
as Pablo Corrales
Joe Grifasi
as Mike Phelan
Barnard Hughes
as Judge Panificio
Abe Vigoda
as Spiaggio
Tom Tammi
as Clark Horner
Michael Genet
as Congressman Morris
Caprice Benedetti
as Valerie Dunne
Greg Cook
as Schreiber
Angel L. Cabán
as Father Suarez
Amy Wilson
as Kelli Moore
Tonya Patano
as Nurse Alice
Joanna Rhinehart
as Chantel Jackson
Tony Cucci
as Barry Lombino
Sam McMurray
as Ed Condriet
Greg Zittel
as Judge Calhoun
Philip Levy
as Art Schnell
Kevin Mambo
as Dr. Jackson
Michael Mastro
as Dr. Grant
Rich Hebert
as Browning
Jean De Baer
as Dr. Amy Parker
Curtis L. McClarin
as Willie Washington
Jacinto Taras Riddick
as Rico Bradford
Elizabeth Van Dyke
as Mrs. Washington
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Series Details

TV Network: NBC
Premiere Date: Oct 2, 2000
Genre: Drama
Executive Producer: Dick Wolf
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