This day in 1992 marked the debut of CBS's Bodies of Evidence. The police drama, which focused as much on the personal lives of the cops as it did on the cases they solved, starred former Matt Houstonstar Lee Horsley as a veteran homicide detective. His second banana was played by future breakout star George Clooney.
Only 16 episodes of Bodies of Evidence were produced. After the show's cancellation, Horsley went on to do a string of TV movies and the short-lived series Hawkeye, a syndicated adaptation of James Fenimore Cooper's Leatherstocking Tales. Clooney did a short stint as a police detective on Sisters, then, in 1994, made his debut as Dr. Douglas Ross on NBC's ER.