Homicide Life on The Street

For detailed information about this series, see: Homicide: Life on the Street on Wikipedia

Homicide: Life on the Street is a crime show on NBC.


Homicide: Life on the Street (January 31st 1993 - May 21st 1999)

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Direction Series Date Description Type

4Arrow L Chicago Hope19951201 December 01, 1995The organs of a murder victim, a young boy, are shipped to various hospitals across the country. The heart is placed in a cooler with the destination label "Chicago Hope Hospital", and during a montage is received in Chicago by a heart surgeon played by Mandy Patinkin, who also plays surgeon Jeffrey Geiger in Chicago Hope (the character is unnamed in the Homicide episode, but identified in the closing credits).1

5Arrow R X-Files19971116 November 16, 1997In the X-Files episode "Unusual Suspects", John Munch, a main character in both Homicide: Life on the Street and Law and Order, appears.1

4Arrow L St. Elsewhere19980320 March 20, 1998Alfre Woodard reprises her role as Dr. Roxanne Turner, who appeared in 13 episodes of St. Elsewhere from 1985 to 1988.1

5Arrow R Law & Order19990910 September 10, 1999the character, John Munch, from Homicide: Life on the Street becomes a main character in Law and Order with his first appearance in the episode, Payback.1

5Arrow R The Beat (TV Series)20000328 March 28, 2000the character, John Munch, appears in the episode, They Say It's Your Birthday, from the show The Beats.1

5Arrow R Arrested Development20060102 January 02, 2006the character, John Munch, appears at Arrested Development's "S.O.B.s" party.1

5Arrow R The Wire20080217 February 17, 2008the character ,John Munch, appears in the episode, Took, from the show The Wire.1

5Arrow R 30 Rock20110211 February 11, 2011the character, John Munch, appears in the episode, ¡Qué Sorpresa!, from the show 30 Rock.1