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SonTenks
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03:52:03 AM Feb 28th 2012
Does anyone object to me removing Castle from this list? The first half of the definition - that the show focus less on the characters and more on the crime - is demonstrably untrue; Castle's mother and daughter are regulars, and the series arc so far has been about the people who killed Beckett's mother. I'm not sure what sub-flavor of cop show Castle is (do we have "cop and wacky non-cop consultant fight crime"?), but this ain't it.
anon0794
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09:40:31 PM Sep 11th 2010
Is The Shield a Police Procedural?
AnonymousMcCartneyfan
09:58:54 PM Sep 11th 2010
I think it was an inverted or subverted Cop Show. That is, I think it was focused on the characters more than the plotlines; but since the protagonist of The Shield was a corrupt cop, it can't be a straight Cop Show.
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