In the future, guns are banned and criminals are frozen for the duration of their sentences. A recent spate of killings involving handguns brings Michael Knight back to fight for justice, ... See full summary »
Alan J. Levi
KITT (Knight Industries Three Thousand) is an artificially intelligent car that can hack any system, shoot weapons like a jet fighter, and use holograms to transform into other vehicles. ... See full summary »
In the near future, an organized crime group known as the "Outfit" has become a major force in America. Engineer Julian Wilkes develops a high-tech crime-fighting vehicle called the Viper, ... See full summary »
In the jungles of peru, the fight for survival heightened his senses. Now, Detective Jim Ellison is a sentinel in the fight for justice. Anthropologist Blair Sandburg works side by side with Jim, helping him develop these senses.
Bruce A. Young
A specially gifted man, with the ability to instantly master any skill, escapes from a secret testing facility and travels the country taking on different jobs and helping strangers while hiding from his kidnappers.
Michael T. Weiss,
Ten years ago, all it took was one man and one car to get the job done. Now, the Foundation for Law and Government has assembled five highly skilled operatives and paired them with most advanced, state-of-the-art vehicles to take on a new breed of outlaw. They are: "Team Knight Rider!"Written by
The Cars in the Team are Named: Danté (DNT-1), is a modified Ford Expedition sport utility vehicle. Domino (DMO-1), is a modified Ford Mustang. Beast (BST-1), is a modified Ford F-150 full-sized pickup truck with off-road capability. Kat (KAT-1) and Plato (PLATO-1), are high-tech motorcycles. See more »
How's your new driver, Dan?
Ah, the Bimbo Mobile is developing a sense of humor.
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Why was this so bad? Because the decision to make it came from 90's TV execs. This was trying to be slick and hip with a young politically correct cast and no relation to the original whatsoever. The ORIGINAL series was successful because it didn't take itself seriously. And it had humour! And character actors who developed 'brand loyalty'. Now if Universal had approached Larson Entertainment and persuaded Hasselhoff to return with the Original KITT (ignoring the mistake that was KR2000) and all new Larson-stable plots and directors, we would have had a guaranteed hit.
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