Squad 85

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Squad 85
Genre Comedy
Created by Gregory Bonsignore
Theme music composer Jeff Bowen
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 6
Executive producer(s) Justin Lin
Gregory Bonsignore
Producer(s) Andrew Beck
Reena Dutt
Parvesh Cheena
Location(s) Hollywood, California
Sunset Gower Studios
New York City
Camera setup Single-camera
Production company(s) YOMYOMF
Original network YOMYOMF
Original release November 13, 2009 (2009-11-13) – present
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Squad 85 is an American comedy series created by Gregory Bonsignore that premiered on November 13, 2012 on Justin Lin's YOMYOMF Network.[1] The series premise establishes that, "In 1985 the Los Angeles Police Department experimented with a secret Time-Travel division, catapulting four of L.A.'s finest 25 years into the future. That future... is NOW!" Wherein four cops from 1985 time travel to present day, meeting their Chief and Bobby a new recruit to form their own police squad. The series satirizes many 1980s Cop tropes as well as other movies and shows.[2]

Squad 85 has received acclaim from critics and has gained a cult following. They have finished photography on Series 1.

The Trailer debuted November 5, 2012.

Cast and characters[edit]

The show focuses on an ensemble of police working out of an old graffiti-tatted L.A. squad house.[3]

The Squad
Additional cast


A Police Academy grad is assigned to a top-secret Squad, and is immediately on the case of a new drug ring at Dukakis High.

To see the crime scene, the Squad goes undercover, unnecessarily, as call girls... 80′s call girls.

The Squad heads back to Dukakis High to interrogate the most surprising of drug dealers (Guest star: RJ MitteBreaking Bad).

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