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Moloney (TV series)

Created by Ronald Bass
Jane Rusconi
Starring Peter Strauss
Nestor Serrano
Wendell Pierce
Cherie Lunghi
Giuliana Santini
Ashley Johnson
Country of origin United States
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 21
Executive producer(s) Ronald Bass
Stephen Kronish
Robert Lieberman
Running time 1 hour.
Original channel CBS
Original release September 19, 1996 – May 22, 1997

Moloney is an American television program originally broadcast on CBS in 1996. The program was cancelled in May 1997 after one season.


  • Premise 1
  • Cast 2
  • Episodes 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5


Nicholas Moloney (Peter Strauss) is a Los Angeles cop and a licensed psychiatrist. Unlike the department's other staff psychiatrists, Moloney is also a fully commissioned police officer who can make arrests. This provides advantages, but also a considerable conflict of interest. Often Moloney finds himself unable to use his inside knowledge to enforce the law because to do so would be an unethical breach of doctor–patient privilege.


Actor Role
Peter Strauss Nicholas Moloney
Nestor Serrano Lt. Matty Navarro
Wendell Pierce D.A. Cal Patterson
Cherie Lunghi Dr. Sarah Bateman
Giuliana Santini Det. Angela Vecchio
Ashley Johnson Katherine 'Kate' Moloney



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