Original Air Date:
    November 27, 1994

    Synopsis. As a favor to his ex-wife, attorney Halley “Kit” Kittredge (played by Joanna Cassidy), Rockford agrees to probe the murder of her friend, legendary film star Lila Lansing.   

    I Still Love L.A. was the No. 1 show on the West Coast that night, and finished fourth in the overall Nielsen ratings for the week ending Nov. 27, 1994. It scored an 18.5 rating, with a 28 share, acing out Cagney & Lacey: The Return as the highest-rated made-for-TV movie for the entire 1994-1995 season. An estimated 17,649,000 television households tuned in that night, an audience figure comparable to what the series was drawing at the peak of its popularity in 1975. The film scored particularly well with older viewers. 

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