The Big Easy (TV series)

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The Big Easy
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Title card
Genre Crime
Drama
Starring Tony Crane
Barry Corbin
Eric George
Susan Walters (season 1)
Leslie Bibb (season 2)
Composer(s) David Torkanowsky
Joseph Vitarelli
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 2
No. of episodes 35
Production
Executive producer(s) Larry Jacobson
Sonny Grosso
Daniel Petrie Jr.
Robert De Laurentiis
Producer(s) Blue André
David Calloway
Location(s) New Orleans, Louisiana, USA
Camera setup Film; Single-camera setup
Running time 43 minutes
Production company(s) Grosso-Jacobson Productions
Distributor Incorporated Television Company
Polygram Filmed Entertainment
Broadcast
Original channel USA Cable Network
Picture format 480i (4:3 SDTV)
Audio format Stereo
Original run August 11, 1996 – October 12, 1997

The Big Easy television series was inspired by the film of the same name from 1987.[1]

The show premiered on the USA Cable Network August 11, 1996. Tony Crane played New Orleans police detective lieutenant Remy McSwain, Susan Walters played state district attorney Anne Osbourne and Barry Corbin played police chief C.D. LeBlanc. Daniel Petrie Jr. (who wrote the screenplay to the film) was the executive producer of the series. 35 episodes were broadcast over two seasons.

The series takes place in New Orleans, Louisiana and was shot on location.

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A New Orleans detective and a female district attorney investigate crimes for the New Orleans police department.

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