The sunny city of Florida is been the locale for large numbers of primetime TV actions. Mentioned here are top three television show sets in Miami.
1. Miami Vice (1984 - 1990):
Among the most grainy, classy cop dramas which owes a great deal of its zest to the Miami surroundings. Secret Miami Police Department detectives Rico Tubbs played by Philip Michael Thomas and Sonny Crockett played by Don Johnson went across the whole town by their Ferraris and suits, in chase of the city's drug dealers and killers. And, by using speedboats of Crockett, they often covered much more Miami landscape than their Miami television brethren.
2. Burn Notice (2007 – present):
This TV show secret ops agent Michael Westen played by Jeffrey Donovan and the pals Sam and Fiona don’t have enough money, but they successfully make the most of their sunny environs and all the time appear to end up in coolest locations of Miami whilst attempting to spoil several evildoers of the city. Dodge Charger takes the squad to the striking beaches of Miami and streets whilst they are on duty. This has also led these to Miami club locations and further places where Sam's much-loved mojitos are available. Actually, Sam Axe portrayer Bruce Campbell says the town is practically a 'Burn Notice' cast member.
3. Dexter (2006 – present):
Even if we perceive a lot of Miami marsh on 'Dexter', the most popular murderer Dex played by Michael Hall has traveled around most of the city with the mission to catch criminals (and while finding places to cover the evidence of his own extracurricular activities). Actually, Dexter and MPD associates, from associate CSI Vince Masuka to sis Deb, spend plenty of time in gorgeous panoramas of the sunny city Miami, despite the fact that they are regularly too active looking at grisly crime fatalities to see.