21 Jump Street is an American police procedural drama television show. The series starred Johnny Depp as the lead character, Officer Tom Hanson. The series aired on Fox from April 12, 1987 to April 27, 1991.
21 Jump Street centered around a group of "young-looking police officers" who go undercover in high schools, colleges, and other teenage venues to investigate juvenile crime. The title "21 Jump Street" is based from the address of the police station they work at.
|1||April 12, 1987||June 28, 1987||13|
|2||September 20, 1987||April 22, 1988||22|
|3||November 6, 1988||May 21, 1989||20|
|4||September 18, 1989||June 18, 1990||26|
|5||October 13, 1990||April 27, 1991||22|
- Johnny Depp as Officer Tom Hanson (1987–1990)
- Holly Robinson as Sergeant Judith "Judy" Hoffs (1987–1991)
- Peter DeLuise as Officer Douglas "Doug" Penhall (1987–1990)
- Dustin Nguyen as Sergeant Harry Truman Loki/Vinh Van Tran (H.T. Ioki) (1987–1990)
- Steven Williams as Captain Adam Fuller (1987–1991)
- Sal Jenco as Sal "Blowfish" Banducci (1987-1990)
- Frederic Forrest as Captain Richard Jenko (1987)
- Richard Grieco as Detective Dennis Booker (1988-91)
- Michael DeLuise as Officer Joseph "Joey" Penhall (1990–1991)
- Michael Bendetti as Officer Anthony "Mac" McCann (1990–1991)
- A theatrical adaption of the series with the same name, 21 Jump Street, was released on 2012 and was followed by a sequel, 22 Jump Street in 2014. Both movies were released to critical and commercial success. A third movie, 23 Jump Street, is planned for 2016. The films act as a continuity reboot of the show, as some of the original cast make cameo apparences in the movies.
- 21 Jump Street had a spinoff series, entitled Booker.