The cops. The cars. The clothes. Miami Vice is the explosive, groundbreaking detective show that redefined the word "cool." Set against the seamy and steamy Miami underworld, ride shotgun with suave Vice cops Sonny Crockett and Rico Tubbs as they battle a never-ending gallery of criminals. Set to an electrifying soundtrack of rock legends, including Glenn Frey, Phil Collins, U2 and Peter Gabriel, every episode crackles with excitement and stylish flair.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Miami Vice - Miami MLS team - Netflix
The Miami MLS team is a professional soccer team to be based in Miami, Florida. The year the team is scheduled to join Major League Soccer (MLS) is pending negotiations over stadium financing and location. The ownership group, known as Miami Beckham United, is led by David Beckham, his business partner Simon Fuller, and Miami-based Bolivian businessman Marcelo Claure. On December 14, 2017, Masayoshi Son and brothers Jorge and Jose Mas were added to the ownership group. The Miami team is part of a MLS expansion plan that will increase the number of teams to 24 teams by 2020 and to 28 teams beyond. Since the original announcement of Beckham's intentions of placing a team in Miami, Los Angeles FC, Minnesota United FC, and Atlanta United FC have joined the league. MLS and the team's ownership group announced in December 2015 that a new stadium will be built in the Overtown neighborhood of Miami. Beckham had received an option to own an expansion team at a discounted franchise fee as part of the contract he signed with Major League Soccer when he joined the Los Angeles Galaxy in 2007. The name of the team has not yet been announced, although the “Miami Vice” and “Miami Current” were used by the ownership group in a presentation for the city officials and potential investors. MLS officially awarded the ownership group an expansion team on January 29, 2018.
Miami Vice - History - Netflix
In November 2012, MLS commissioner Don Garber confirmed the league's renewed interest in placing an expansion franchise in Miami, after the Miami Fusion folded following the 2001 season and an expansion bid led by Claure and FC Barcelona failed in 2009. When Beckham, who had received an option to purchase an expansion team at a price of $25 million when he joined the league in 2007, ended his playing career in April 2013, the league held preliminary discussions with Beckham's advisers about several expansion targets, including Miami. That same year, other investors, including Italian financier Alessandro Butini and Miami Dolphins owner Stephen M. Ross expressed interest in owning a Miami franchise as well. In his December 2013 state of the League address, Garber identified Beckham and Simon Fuller as potential owners in Miami. Later that month, on December 17, Miami-Dade County commissioners voted unanimously to allow Mayor Carlos A. Giménez to negotiate with the Beckham-led group on a new stadium in downtown Miami. The league announced that Beckham exercised his option on February 5, 2014, and that Miami Beckham United, the investment group led by Beckham, Fuller and Claure, would own an expansion franchise in Miami, assuming that financing for a stadium could be agreed upon. After its initial stadium proposals fell through, Commissioner Garber reiterated in August 2014 that the expansion would not be approved until a downtown stadium plan was secured. On January 29, 2018, the Miami Beckham United group, four years after the ownerships' original announcement of pursuing a team, was officially awarded the twenty-fifth MLS franchise and will launch in the 2020 season.
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