|MacGruder and Loud|
|Created by||Lane Slate|
|Starring|| John Getz |
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||1|
|No. of episodes||15|
|Executive producer||Aaron Spelling|
|Producer||Robert H. Justman|
|Production location||Los Angeles|
|Running time||60 minutes|
|Production company||Aaron Spelling Productions|
|Original release||January 20 –|
April 30, 1985
MacGruder and Loud is an American crime drama from Aaron Spelling Productions that aired on ABC from January 20 to April 30, 1985.
The series stars John Getz and Kathryn Harrold as married police officers Malcolm MacGruder and Jenny Loud in a Los Angeles Police Department-styled police agency (where strict anti-fraternization policies were in effect). They fought a battle every day to keep it a closely guarded secret from their boss, Sgt. Hanson (played by veteran actor Lee de Broux). 
Malcolm and Jenny lived in a duplex-type apartment complex where there was a secret door behind the grandfather clock in her apartment, where Malcolm could sneak in and enjoy her company. 
|Nº||Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date|
|"Pilot"||Jerry London||Lane Slate||January 21, 1985|
|3||"The Violation"||Jerry London||Unknown||January 22, 1985|
|4||"The Inside Man"||Richard Compton||Unknown||January 29, 1985|
|5||"Odds Favor Death"||Stan Lathan||Unknown||February 5, 1985|
|6||"On the Wire"||Victor Hsu||Steve Kreinberg & Andy Guerdat||February 12, 1985|
|7||"Cop Killer"||Richard Compton||Unknown||February 26, 1985|
|8||"Under Special Circumstances"||Stan Lathan||Unknown||March 5, 1985|
|9||"Sanctuary"||Richard Compton||Unknown||March 12, 1985|
|10||"Stepover Man"||Bill Duke||Unknown||March 19, 1985|
|11||"For Better or for Worse"||James L. Conway||Unknown||March 26, 1985|
|12||"The Price of Junk"||Charlie Picerni||Unknown||April 9, 1985|
|13||"The Very Scary Man"||Richard Compton||Mike Robe||April 16, 1985|
|14||"Act of War"||Rick Wallace||Unknown||April 23, 1985|
|15||"Tarnished Blues"||James L. Conway||Jaysen D. Hayes||April 30, 1985|
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