'NYC 22' gives Leelee Sobieski an appreciation for police women


All too often, the neighborhoods that need police the most are those where residents trust cops the least.It's a tough situation for those who live there and for those trying to patrol the streets. CBS' latest drama, "NYC 22," premiering Sunday, April 15, has that delicate relationship as an undercurrent.Though those involved with a show are always quick to dismiss the notion that it's anything we have seen before, this is a procedural cop show, albeit one with excellent credentials: Robert De Niro and Jane Rosenthal are executive producers, and Richard Price created it. It could not be more authentic New York, given the people behind it.On a cold December day, the show is shooting at Amsterdam Avenue and 105th Street. It's a neighborhood of old apartment buildings and newer condos, shared by Columbia University students and longtime residents.The cops' beat is from Morningside Heights, around Columbia, into Harlem. This gives "NYC 22" a wide...



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