This site is about the tv cop show Nash Bridges, starring Don Johnson, which aired on CBS with 122 episodes in 6 seasons. The series is currently syndicated in many television markets and is available on DVD.
New Headquarters at the Hyde Street Pier - Can NASH Keep Up Its Expensive Location Shooting? (September 21, 1996)
In the second season premiere of NASH BRIDGES, the headquarters for the Special Investigations Unit (SIU) has been moved to a barge on the Hyde Street Pier. The Hyde Street Pier is a floating museum for ships and a tourist attraction near other sites such as the Maritime Museum and Ghirardelli Square. Keep watching to see how much we see of this location is presented and how much location shooting will be done this year. NASH BRIDGES was touted to be one of the highest budgeted shows last year - let's see if this year will be a cost-cutting one or if the show can sustain its expensive location shooting. There were only ten episodes shot last year. This year they've got a full 22 - a potential budget buster.
Don Sighting in San Francisco North Beach (7:43 PM PDT, September 16, 1996)
"The Night Cabbie" column in the San Francisco Examiner for Monday, September 16, 1996 had a Don Johnson sighting at Columbus Avenus in the North Beach district, the famous "literati" area made famous by Allen Ginsberg, Jack Kerouac and other writers. The Night Cabbie bumped into the NASH BRIDGES production at 1 AM while going to the Rose Pistola restaurant. A half-block away, the Night Cabbie saw Don and his "professional smile" riding in a golf cart. Looks like the production is well underway! Check out this snippet from the San Francisco Examiner Web site.
Filming for New Season 2 of NB Begins (September 2, 1996)
A tip from Chris Barrett that the San Francisco Film Commission is reporting that filming has begun for the new season of NASH BRIDGES. There's lots of new things going on, so stayed tuned!
STEPPEN' STONES TOP ROCK Link (September 2, 1996)
The Original Unofficial NASH BRIDGES Web Site has been selected as a TOP ROCK link at STEPPEN' STONES as part of their "ongoing search for nothing
less than the highest in quality and content." They have said of our site, "[it] has been created with virtually the same quality entertainment value as
the show that it represents. Your selflessness and effort displayed
unquestionably benefits our education, as well as the preservation of
the history of American television."