Homicide: 1992-1999

Produced by The Levinson/Fontana Company
in association with NBC Productions, Inc.

Homicide: "Life on the Street" follows a group of Baltimore homicide detectives in their day-to-day struggle to eliminate cases from the division's ever-growing list of unsolved murders.

Based on David Simon's Edgar Award-winning, non-fiction book Homicide: A Year on the Killing Streets, the drama stars Daniel Baldwin, Richard Belzer, Andre Braugher, Clark Johnson, Yaphet Kotto, Melissa Leo, Kyle Secor, and Ned Beatty as Stanley Bolander. Joining the cast as a regular is Isabella Hofmann ("Renaissance Man," "I'll Do Anything," TV's "Dear John").

Hailed by television critics across the country since its premiere episode, NBC's "Homicide: Life on the Street" is in its seventh season.

Recognition for the extraordinary drama has come from all quarters. In Electronic Media's 26th semiannual critics poll, TV writers named Homicide their favorite series for the third year in a row. Homicide is one of only two television comedy or drama series to earn three Peabodys in the 56-year history of the awards program. In addition, the series has earned two Emmy Awards and two Writers Guild of America Awards, and the Television Critics Association has named it both Program of the Year and Drama of the Year.