Forever Knight

1995, TV Show

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Question: I had a chance to watch the pilots for both Moonlight and Reaper. I'm a big Supernatural fan, and these ghost/vampire genre shows, when done well, are a lot of fun. To me, one of these shows demonstrates how you do it well, and one demonstrates how you do it badly. Let's start with the good: I really enjoy Reaper. The stars are likable, the writing is fun, and it genuinely made me laugh. It obviously isn't taking itself too seriously, but the effects are still nice and flashy, and let's face it: You couldn't ask for a more charming Satan than Ray Wise. I hope he gets more screen time. The creators obviously have a clear vision that the look, the music and the story all contribute to. I'll definitely keep tuning in. Now on to Moonlight — yikes! First of all, that voice-over. We get it, you're an angsty vampire. Shut up, already! I think the excessive VO makes the bad writing even worse. Because the writing is bad. So full of clichés! I wanted to laugh at the overly serious ...  Read Full Article

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Paid | iTunes Aired: 5/17/1996

Season 3, Episode 22
In this tragic final episode, Nick and Natalie lose a mutual close friend. In working through their grief, Natalie recognizes the magnitude of her for Nick, and Nick realizes that he must finally choose between eternal life or eternal love.

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Paid | iTunes Aired: 5/11/1996

Season 3, Episode 21
Mysterious, gory deaths are haunting the town, and the vampires are the targets! Nick and Tracy's search to uncover the mysterious crime spree leads them to Lacroix and ultimately, his vampire daughter. Seeking revenge against her father, she threatens to destroy all those associated with him.

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Paid | Amazon Instant Video Aired: 2/25/1995

Season 2, Episode 17
Nick Knight is a 13th-century vampire living in modern day Toronto. In an effort to regain his mortality, Knight atones for 700 years of evil by fighting crime as a homicide detective for the Toronto police.

Paid | Amazon Instant Video Aired: 3/2/1993

Season 1, Episode 22
Nick Knight is a 13th-century vampire living in modern day Toronto. In an effort to regain his mortality, Knight atones for 700 years of evil by fighting crime as a homicide detective for the Toronto police.

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I had a chance to watch the ...

Question: I had a chance to watch the pilots for both Moonlight and Reaper. I'm a big Supernatural fan, and these ghost/vampire genre shows, when done well, are a lot of fun. To me, one of these shows demonstrates how you do it well, and one demonstrates how you do it badly. Let's start with the good: I really enjoy Reaper. The stars are likable, the writing is fun, and it genuinely made me laugh. It obviously isn't taking itself too seriously, but the effects are still nice and flashy, and let's face it: You couldn't ask for a more charming Satan than Ray Wise. I hope he gets more screen time. The creators obviously have a clear vision that the look, the music and the story all contribute to. I'll definitely keep tuning in. Now on to Moonlight — yikes! First of all, that voice-over. We get it, you're an angsty vampire. Shut up, already! I think the excessive VO makes the bad writing even worse. Because the writing is bad. So full of clichés! I wanted to laugh at the overly serious ... read more

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Question: I've read your column for years and wanted to thank you for your sensible comments regarding Moonlight. I have decided that most genre fans are crazy and can see why it's so difficult to get a genre-type show to succeed outside of syndication these days. As a fan of Forever Knight and Angel, I was very excited when CBS announced that Moonlight would air in the fall. Thinking other fans would feel as I do about seeing another vampire grace our screens, I surfed a few sites. Well, I was met with cold water in the face and sometimes downright rudeness. Don't get me wrong, there are fans out there who are looking forward to Moonlight as much as I am. But it's amazing how people will cling to one show, even one that was canceled more than 14 years ago, to the exclusion of another that might be just as good. I find this mind-set incomprehensible, especially from a fan base that is supposedly progressive and open-minded. I hope your continued positivity toward Moonlight will help it ... read more

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Premiered: September 11, 1995, on USA
Rating: TV-PG
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Premise: One of the battier cop concepts, about a vampire who solves crimes as a modern-day police detective while trying to become human, a task made all the more difficult by encounters with his nemesis, Lacroix. The series debuted on CBS. Later, new episodes were created for syndication and for a run on USA.

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