Miami Vice in Popular Culture

Miami Vice In Popular Culture

Since its incarnation, the popular 1984 television series, Miami Vice has become a popular culture icon. It has been made referenced to in television shows, comics, music videos, and video games, as well as its influence on men's fashion.

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