Silk Stalkings (1991 - 1999)

Silk Stalkings

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High-profile crimes of passion drove this glossy show about Palm Beach homicide cops who conquered cable after leaving CBS's `Crimetime After Primetime' lineup. `Silk Stalkings' had a number of important cast changes over its eight seasons, most notably the abrupt midseason departures of stars Rob Estes and Mitzi Kapture (who had been with the series since its 1991 debut).

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1998, CBS, 22 episodes

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1997, CBS, 22 episodes

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1996, CBS, 22 episodes

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1995, CBS, 22 episodes

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1994, CBS, 22 episodes

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1993, CBS, 22 episodes

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1992, CBS, 24 episodes

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1991, CBS, 20 episodes


Charlie Brill
as Capt. Harry Lipschitz
Mitzi McCall
as Fran Lipschitz
Chris Potter
as Sgt. Tom Ryan
Janet Gunn
as Sgt. Cassandra `Cassy' St. John
Kent McCord
as Alexander
James McDonald
as Dr. Greenwald
Erin Gray
as Jillian
Lisa Walters
as Betty Lou
Paul Perri
as Sheridan
Beverly Sassoon
as Anna Alexis
Jamie Rose
as Catherine/Jasmine
John Vargas
as Santana
Amber Smith
as Virginia
Ruth Britt
as Amalia
Jeff Griggs
as Mundson
Chuck Sloan
as Dr. Lincoln
Lori Sebourn
as Savannah
Angela Harry
as Helen Lee
Alan Oppenheimer
as Dr. Marcus Thatcher
Karen Fineman
as Jennifer
Joel Berti
as Clancy Paulson
Roger Rose
as Gurnsey
Tom Lahm
as Montego
Rex Smith
as Johnson
Peter Lucas
as Konstantin
Alison Armitage
as Erin Kingston
Robia La Morte
as Veronique
Scott Kraft
as Jaeckel
Tracy Kolis
as January
Patrick Wayne
as Harmon Lange
Dave Florek
as Salerno
Scott Lee
as Packer
Kendra Booth
as Marilyn
Nancy Valens
as Jillian
Cassie Yates
as Susan Strong
Marta Martin
as Stephanie
Lara Steinick
as Susie Q.
Angela Shelton
as Gayle Whittaker
Lora Zane
as Austin
Eve Brenner
as Florence
Jordan Bayne
as Hambley
Ken Olandt
as Judd Hogan
Cindy Katz
as Jessica
Amy Moon
as Chloe
Rosalind Allen
as Miss Jackson
Tony Maggio
as Director
John Beck
as Carmichael
Lex Medlin
as Ronnie
Max Parrish
as Michael
Kim Oja
as Maryann
Jim Metzler
as Sen. LeGuare
Julie Cobb
as Victoria
Charley Lang
as Arlo/Mather
Jad Mager
as Zachary
Bill Brinsfield
as Nicole's Father
Dan Bell
as Darren
Kai Wulff
as Larry
Ming Lo
as Dr. Wong
David Bowe
as Burmeister
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Series Details

TV Network: CBS
Premiere Date: Nov 7, 1991
Genre: Drama
Executive Producers: David E. Peckinpah, Stuart Segall
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