It’s really too bad the industry feels and has responded the way it has. It’s seriously missing a new market. A new show would have to be done right with the right feel. We have better tools today and a great blueprint on which to build. There’s still a market and fan interest, but sadly the industry has yet to embrace it.
A Miami Vice Reunion Movie: It’s Still Possible! Rick returns, with more news and an updated screenplay
Plans are in the making for another upgrade, and a way to streamline a lot of the content here, making some of it easier to find, and opening up other parts of it for more comments.
Speaking of change there’s been some major changes up at Universal. I think we could be in better position for actually getting our reunion film made. There has been a change of the guard so to speak.
A two hour Miami Vice TV Reunion movie with the original cast, taking place in Miami today, including recent revisions.
We’re coming up on the 2-year anniversary of this site’s launch/relaunch, so I’m toying with the idea of adding a wiki component to the existing episode guide.
If you’re a fan of the series and addict of all things Miami Vice, then you come back here time and again as a reference… so what enhancements to the site would you find appealing and exciting?
This might be too late to get to most Vice fans, but Woot.com is having a one-day sale (March 8, 2010) on the Miami Vice Complete Series DVD Box Set: $39.99 for the entire 5-season set!
Last week on SIRIUS XM’s Raw Dog Comedy channel, Edward James Olmos revealed the final fate of “Miami Vice”‘s Lt. Martin Castillo
Like you, I’ve always been a huge Vice fan. It was my favorite show ever! My journey started back in 1999 when I began to have dreams about a new Miami Vice movie while working on another project.
A two hour Miami Vice TV Reunion movie with the original cast, taking place in Miami today.
A lost opportunity, in my eyes, was the chance to later expand on the relationship between Castillo and Chata. Both of them projected the aura of strength and integrity with a quiet self-assuredness that was most definitely rare amidst the go-go flash of the mid-1980s.