’80s Detective TV Shows

About This Episode

A cornerstone of the GenX latchkey kid experience was the world’s best babysitter: the television. In this episode we’re running down some of our favorite 1980s detective tv shows that we enjoyed growing up!

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About The Author

Mo As someone who barely manages to squeeze in as a GenXer my memories include more of the 70's than those younger GenXers. Reading and movies are my passions with some video gaming thrown in there for good measure!

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Comment (2)

  1. Guys,

    Loved the ’80s Detective TV Shows episode. My favorite show was Magnum P.I.
    Magnum is currently streaming for free on the Ruko channel along with some of the other 1980s TV detective shows you discussed.

    One thing I wanted to remind you of, was that the 80’s did crossovers. With TV stars of one show showing up on other TV shows.
    Simon & Simon crossed over to Magnum P.I. on the October 7, 1982 episode.
    Murder, She Wrote also crossed over to Magnum P.I. on the November 19, 1986 episode.

    Keep up the great work. Love listen to your podcast while I drive for work.



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