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Turner & Hooch (TV Series)


Turner & Hooch (TV Series)

Year released



Comedy, Drama, Family


A detective solves crimes with the help of an oversized dog. TV adaptation of the 1989 film 'Turner and Hooch'.


  • Season 1

Cast and crew

  • Josh Peck
  • Reginald VelJohnson
  • Becca Tobin
Are you familiar with beloved buddy comedy Turner & Hooch? The movie, which came out in 1989, stars Tom Hanks as Scott Turner, a police investigator whose life is disrupted by Hooch, a big dog that just happens to be the only witness to his owner's murder. Turner ends up taking in Hooch and the two unlikely partners work together to solve the murder case.

Fast-forward to now and Turner & Hooch is getting the revival treatment, this time in TV form. The new series will likely appeal to not only fans of the original movie, but dog lovers in general. Here's how you can tune in.



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