"Hunter" is an American television crime drama series that aired from 1984 to 1991. It starred Fred Dryer as Detective Sergeant Rick Hunter and Stepfanie Kramer as Sergeant Dee Dee McCall, two detectives working in the Los Angeles Police Department's Homicide Division.
The show followed the investigations of the two detectives as they tackled a variety of cases, ranging from murder and kidnapping to drug trafficking and organized crime. The show was known for its gritty and realistic portrayal of police work and for its action-packed storylines.
Hunter, the lead character, was portrayed as a tough, no-nonsense cop who was dedicated to his job and often took risks to solve cases. Dee Dee, his partner, was a skilled detective who brought a unique perspective to their investigations.
Over the course of the series, Hunter and Dee Dee faced a variety of challenges, both personal and professional. They navigated their way through office politics, battled their own demons, and dealt with the often dangerous and violent nature of their work.
"Hunter" was a popular show during its run, and it is remembered for its memorable characters, gripping storylines, and action-packed sequences. The show has also been praised for its portrayal of strong and independent female characters, particularly Dee Dee McCall, who was a groundbreaking character for her time.