A fugitive who possesses a chemical that erases memory uses the substance on a winess testifying against him---and on Darien. Ellen Mallory: Bonnie Burroughs. Arthur Gilford: Wayne Grace. Darien: Dale Midkiff. Selma: Elizabeth Alexander.
A crime boss from the 22nd century sabotages a plane carrying vacationers---and Darien---to a luxurious island resort. Linda: Jennifer Grant. Denny: Pepper Sweeney. Darien: Dale Midkiff. Selma: Elizabeth Alexander.
A fugitive commits a series of murders in which the victims have one thing in common: they're all ancestors of Darien's one-time partner in the police department. Darien: Dale Midkiff. Selma: Elizabeth Alexander.
When a futuristic weapon is used to rob a museum, Darien discovers that twin sisters involved in the theft have a connection to Sahmbi. Marie/Melissa: Kelly Elizabeth Miller. Casey: Ron Graham. Darien: Dale Midkiff. Selma: Elizabeth Alexander.
In pursuit of a fugitive, Darien seeks out the man's ex-wife---who bears a resemblance to Selma (Elizabeth Alexander in a dual role). Al: Sean Scully. Nick: John Orcsik. Jake: David Blackman. Tony: Mitch Deans. Darien: Dale Midkiff.
A fugitive (Antonio Vargas) jailed for murder wins a retrial, but he fears that the priest (played by Julius Erving) who heard his confession of guilt will testify. Ice: Andre Moore. Snake: Nigel Miguel. Lupo: Dino Marnika. Darien: Dale Midkiff.
A bank robber (Frederic Lehne) steals a weapon from Darien and taunts him by using it to mount a crime spree. Jobeth: Nancy Everhard. Marcie: Alyssa Jane Cook. Gerald: Steve Bastoni. Buck: Warwick Young. Selma: Elizabeth Alexander.
Darien's impetuous former partner (Paul Ganus) is sent back to capture a corrupt police commander who's up to old tricks in a new century. Cindi: Collette Roberts. Sabat: John Nobbs. Darien: Dale Midkiff. Selma: Elizabeth Alexander.
In the guise of a physician, Sahmbi (Peter Donat) offers cures for terminal illnesses to rich patients, knowing they will experience only temporary reversals before dying. Maria: Rebecca Gibney. Alfred: Taylor Kane. Francis: Simon Westaway. Robertson: Terry Gill.
Evidence at a bank robbery suggests that the culprit is a weapons designer who killed Darien's former academy roommate with his deadliest invention. Merritt: Brian McNamara. Rogers: Damian Cudmore. Preston: Pip Mushin.
A psychiatrist turned real-estate scam artist (John Stanton) uses a mind-control device that causes residents to go insane and flee their homes. Priscilla Barnes. Tulsa: Mary-Margaret Hume. Alice: Gabrielle Hammond. Darien: Dale Midkiff.
An antigravity belt that Darien considers "inherently dangerous" attracts the attention of a ruthless Iraqi colonel. Bach: John Schuck. Jane: Vanessa Angel. Raoul: John Samaha. Angelo: Simon Palomares. Selma: Elizabeth Alexander.
Darien tracks a fugitive to a Texas town, where residents are controlled by a wealthy businessman (Cliff De Young) who is hiding a deadly secret. Sueleal: Paula Trickey. Eddie: Tamblyn Lord. Zack: Phillip Hinton. Selma: Elizabeth Alexander. Darien: Dale Midkiff.
A crime lord with ambitions of controlling the Japanese underworld orders the elimination of his "mortal enemy"---Darien. Toshi: Tamlyn Tomita. Akira: Soon-Teck Oh. Taki: Byron Mann. Darien: Dale Midkiff. Selma: Elizabeth Alexander.
In order to catch a killer, Darien becomes a deputy to a U.S. marshal---only to learn that the lawman is a fugitive. Tom Kane: Stuart Whitman. Stacey Galt: Brian Vriends. Sahmbi: Peter Donat. Darien: Dale Midkiff. Selma: Elizabeth Alexander.
Darien uncovers a plot by Sahmbi to transport nuclear waste into the future, where methods to eliminate it no longer exist. Davenport: Alan Fletcher. Stern: Malcolm Cork. Deep Throat: Steven Tandy. Judge Choate: Jerry Hardin. Darien: Dale Midkiff.
In the series opener, policeman Darien Lambert (Dale Midkiff) time travels from the year 2193 to 1993 to round up fugitives who escaped in a time machine---one of whom has targeted the President for assassination. Mordecai Sahmbi: Peter Donat. Elissa/Annie: Mia Sara. Selma: Elizabeth Alexander. Chief: Henry Darrow. Frank: Michael Warren.
Darien teams up with a policewoman who says she was sent to prevent Sahmbi from obtaining the Holy Grail. Brother Pio: Basil Clarke. Sahmbi: Peter Donat. Selma: Elizabeth Alexander. Darien: Dale Midkiff.
Sahmbi invents a mind-control device that meets with skepticism from potential backers, so he proposes a demonstration on "the one man I could never bribe"---Darien. Primo: Joe Bugner. Ostrander: Eric Oldfield. Darien: Dale Midkiff.
Darien comes to the aid of a Government official (Dorian Harewood) who's being blackmailed by a tabloid reporter (Jerome Ehlers) from the future. Alice: Margaret Avery. Darien: Dale Midkiff. Selma: Elizabeth Alexander.