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The Insiders

The Insiders is a mid-1980s American television detective series starring Nicholas Campbell, Stoney Jackson and Gail Strickland.



The one season program aired on Monday nights on ABC in the fall of 1985. It was directed by Bobby Roth, now known for the series Prison Break. It is also known for its popular theme song "Just A Job To Do" by Genesis. Stoney Jackson who portrayed "Mackey" showed up in dozens of television series' as a guest star but is also credited as one of the lead dancers in Michael Jackson's video "Beat It".

This show follows the smash hit success of Miami Vice, which it greatly resembled in style and content, and came from the same production company.

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  • at TV.comThe Insiders
  • at Internet Movie DatabaseThe Insiders
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