Next Episode of Picket Fences is
not planed. TV Show was canceled.
Picket Fences follows the lives of the residents of the small town of Rome, Wisconsin, where weird things happen, including cows' udders exploding and a spate of people turning up dead in freezers. Struggling to maintain order in the community is Sheriff Jimmy Brock. Sheriff Brock is married to the town doctor Jill, his second wife. They attempt to raise their three children; Kimberly (from Jimmy's first marriage to Lydia), Matthew and Zachary. Max and Kenny are impulsive and somewhat immature sheriff's deputies.
Mayor Pugen is caught between a Brock and a hard place when the Sheriff arrests him for murdering a disarmed carjacker, leaving him to rely on Wambaugh for his defense.
Wambaugh appeals Mayor Pugen's conviction and uncovers a technicality that could secure a new trial.
Things don't add up when a math teacher says he was a date-rape victim; Brock locks horns with a new mayor.
Still reeling from her relationship with Dr. Shreve, Max allows a drunken driver to continue on home.
A modern Robin Hood and her team prance into Rome to rob from the rich and give to the needy: local flood victims.
Brock investigates the possibility that a model is the victim of spouse abuse. Meanwhile, some members of the community are having a cow over a local dairy's ad campaign featuring the model in racy shots.
Some members of the community don't know what to believe when a woman pulled from a submerged vehicle is discovered to be pregnant---even though she is technically a virgin.
A jury must decide if it's murder or a mistake after a man shoots and kills his own brother when the sibling enters his home in the middle of the night.
The drug war comes to Rome in place of Santa: controlled substances are found on the high school campus and a federal witness turns up in town.
Jill does her best to uphold the Hippocratic oath when she treats a Christian Scientist who has refused care and whose husband takes the fight to court.
Embarrassed by a prank, Matthew tries to get even with some boys. Meanwhile, budget cuts hit the sheriff's department.
The debate over crime reaches a fever pitch when the mayor moves forward with new legislation to curb violence.
With his mind failing due to Alzheimer's, Howard Buss proposes that doctors harvest his heart for the transplant his son needs.
Valentine's Day brings love and controversy to assorted age groups: Carter is smitten with a widow, Zack finds his first love, and Kimberly's boyfriend is too prudent.
The mayor scolds a priest for giving a pep talk colored with religious ideals to a public school's hockey team.
Sheriff Brock tries to remain professional when Kimberly is kidnapped---and his onetime partner is the prime suspect.
When an obese woman confesses to murdering her husband, Max has some doubts about the motive.
Sheriff Brock becomes the unlikely foreman of a jury deciding the case of an accused cop killer.
A visit by Jill's father leads to a lively evening of therapy in the Brock household.
Mayor Buss criticizes Father Barrett on public-access cable, prompting a lawsuit.
The parents of a dying boy try to get the court's permission to use an unorthodox procedure to save the child's life.
Howard Buss's Alzheimer's worsens, pushing his family to the breaking point.
Lauren Holly(Officer Maxine Stewart)
Adam Wylie(Zachary Brock)
Costas Mandylor(Officer Kenny Lacos)
Kathy Baker(Dr. Jill Brock)
Fyvush Finkel(Douglas Wambaugh)
Marlee Matlin(Laurie Bey)
Tom Skerritt(Sheriff Jimmy Brock)
Kelly Connell(Dr. Carter Pike)
Don Cheadle(D.A. John Littleton)
Holly Marie Combs(Kimberly Brock)
Ray Walston(Judge Henry Bone)
Justin Shenkarow(Matthew Brock)
Looks like something went completely wrong!
But don't worry - it can happen to the best of us,
- and it just happened to you.
Please try again later or contact us.