Bochco Joins 'Chief'

Grossman, Ben
October 2005
Broadcasting & Cable;10/10/2005, Vol. 135 Issue 41, p4
Focuses on the addition of Steven Bochco as an executive producer of the television (TV) drama "Commander in Chief" from the ABC network. Total number of Emmy Awards collected by Bochco in the TV industry; Title of his latest TV series and first cable venture.


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