P.S.I. Luv U is an American crime drama series that aired on CBS as a part of its 1991-92 schedule. The title derived from the phone number of fictitious Palm Security and Investigations, which was 774-5888, which can be reached by dialing "PSI-LUVU" on a standard North American telephone. P.S.I. Luv U is the story of two people who had been working together in a failed New York Police Department "sting" operation. Joey Paciorek (Greg Evigan) was a policeman, while Wanda Tallbert (Connie Sellecca) was a con woman who was working with the police only as part of an agreement which was to keep her out of prison. As the failed sting involved organized crime, when it fell through it became necessary to place both of them in the witness protection program. Posing as married couple Cody and Dani Powell, the two were placed for employment at Palm Security and Investigations in Palm Springs, California, a private detective agency owned by Matthew Durning (Earl Holliman), who was the only person outside of the government who knew who they really were. Occasionally seen during the series' run was Sonny Bono, who was at the time the real life mayor of Palm Springs.
Runtime: 60 minutes
P.S.I. Luv U - Gail Morgan Hickman - Netflix
Gail Morgan Hickman (born December 14, 1953) is an American producer and writer of film and television. His first major writing credit was for the Dirty Harry film The Enforcer (1976). His subsequent screenplay credits include The London Connection (1979), The Kids Who Knew Too Much (1980), The Big Score (1983), Murphy's Law (1986), Number One with a Bullet (1987), and Death Wish 4: The Crackdown (1987). In 1977, Hickman wrote the non-fiction book The Films of George Pal, a history of the famed science-fiction producer-director's career. He also wrote the novelization for the film The Enforcer (1976) under the pseudonym Wesley Morgan. From 1988 on, he worked primarily as a television writer-producer for the series Crime Story, The Equalizer, Mancuso, F.B.I., The Flash, P.S. I Luv U, Matrix, One West Waikiki, The Sentinel, Largo Winch, Just Cause and most recently Aaron Stone. In 1992, he co-wrote the NBC TV mini-series Drug Wars: The Cocaine Cartel for producer Michael Mann.