Debuting in the fall of 1991, the police drama Silk Stalkings marked something of an unusual first for television: a program jointly produced by one of the big three (CBS) and a cable network (USA). For its first two seasons (1991-3) it ran concurrently on both stations. CBS positioned it in a temporary line-up that it had devised called 'Crimetime after Primetime.' Like its five sister dramas in that bracket (Forever Knight, Scene of the Crime, Tropical Heat, Fly by Night and Dark Justice)), Stalkings gained notoriety - and racked up a considerable audience - for its unusually high quotients of violence and sex, all wrapped up in very slick, chic packaging. Set in the posh world of Palm Beach, Florida, episodes followed two detectives, Sgt. Chris Lorenzo (Rob Estes) and Sgt. Rita Lee "Sam" Lance (Mitzi Kapture), as they delved into crimes of passion among the area's elite; Ben Vereen co-starred as Captain Hutchinson, their gruff supervisor. This set contains the entire 20-episode First Season of Stalkings, with such memorable installments as "Blo-Dri," "Going to Babylon," "S.O.B." and "The Brotherhood."