Night Heat

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CTV (ended 1989)

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Welcome to the Night Heat guide at TV.com. The following is a list of award nominations for the groundbreaking series Night Heat (bold indicates winner). Gemini Awards: TV Guide's Most Popular Program: 1987, 1988 Best Dramatic Series: 1986, 1987, 1988 Best Director: Mario Azzopardi (1986), George Mendeluk (1988), Jorge Montesi (1988), Randy Bradshaw (1990) Best Actor: Scott Hylands (1986, 1987, 1988), Jeff Wincott (1986), Allan Royal (1987) Best Actress: Jennifer Dale (1986) Best Supporting Actor: Eugene Clark (1987), Sean McCann (1987), Tony Rosato( 1989) Best Guest Actor/Actress: Jennifer Dale (1987), Danny Aiello (1988), John Colicos (1989), Kay Tremblay (1989) Best Writing: 1986, 1987*, 1988, 1989 Best Original Drama: 1986 Best Photography: 1987*, 1988*, 1989 Best Editing: 1989 Best Production Design/Art Direction: 1987 Best Dramatic Score: Domenic Toriano (1986) *R.B. Carney specifically credited for 1987 nomination* *Miklos Lente specifically credited for 1987 and 1988 nomination*
Scott Hylands

Scott Hylands

Det. Kevin O'Brien

Allan Royal

Allan Royal

Tom J. Kirkwood

Jeff Wincott

Jeff Wincott

Det. Frank Giambone

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SUBMIT REVIEW
  • MEMORIES!

    8.5
    This show was probably my favorite BITD (just a teen staying up all night). This is a real cop show! It's too bad that it's so hard to find episodes for purchase/download... I keep getting "In the Heat of the Night"... Very frustrating... Somebody please, make a small run DVD set for da fans!
  • This show looks like it might have been great back in the day, but it also looks REALLY dated.

    7.5
    It amuses me how they manage to film Toronto as "GenericTown USA". Although this show is clearly intended to be set in New York they've done a very good job of keeping it distinctly indistinct. The costumes just scream 80's, especially on the younger characters and anyone they encounter on the street. It's really quite a time capsule of bad taste, and garish colours.

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