Guess Who's Back! ‘NYPD Blue’ Veterans Kim Delaney And Bill Brochtrup Return To Iconic TV Show’s Sequel

Date April 15, 2019 12:40

The popular American police procedural drama television series NYPD Blue was broadcasted from 1993 to 2005, and it was ABC's longest-running primetime one-hour drama series until the Grey's Anatomy surpassed it in 2016.

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It had millions of viewers all over the world, and fans were waiting for the new episodes. And it seems their dreams finally came true.

Legends are coming back

It was recently informed that NYPD Blue veterans Kim Delaney and Bill Brochtrup will return to the iconic TV show. Are you waiting for this moment too?

They will join the new iteration of the iconic cop drama, and it is expected to be a sensation. By the way, Kim Delaney will play the role of Det. Diane Russell from the original series, while Bill Brochtrup got a role of PPA John Irvin.

What about Dennis Franz?

Nevertheless, it became clear that Dennis Franz, who played the Sipowicz, won’t be joining in on the reboot. His role was rather successful and the actor won three Emmys for it, but some time agо he retired from Hollywood and is not planning to come back.

I did receive a call, and I’m flattered but not interested.


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NYPD Blue veterans Kim Delaney and Bill Brochtrup will return to iconic TV show to reprise their roles in sequel, and there is no doubt it will be a real sensation.

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