In advance of its anticipated weekly run, the new Knight Rider series was introduced with a on February 17, 2008. Also, Knight and the viewing audience are never sure who is on the side of good and who has evil plans. A mysterious woman who is directly linked to Mike tries to leverage him, but realises he doesn't know her. After creative investigation allows them to learn their next target, they end up in another standoff which this time results in Max abandoning Nikki to allow his escape. He also learns that before disappearing he proposed to Sarah, but he has no recollection of this. Archived from on January 30, 2012. The new series premiered on on September 24, 2008 and led the network's Wednesday evening lineup, along with and.
Season 3, Episode 1 September 30, 1984 Season 3, Episode 1 September 30, 1984 A scientist uses robots to round up criminals for what Michael believes is a Federal Reserve Bank heist. She instead arrests Mike for hindering the case. The series finale aired on March 4, 2009. Though the program lasted for 90 episodes during the 1980s, fans wanted more. The 1980s version of the television program Knight Rider was one of the most popular programs of the decade, and it inspired a number of imitators over the years. Audiences had been clamoring for an updated version of Knight Rider for many years before it was finally brought back to the air in 2008.
Graiman Bruce Davison and Agent Rivai Sydney Tamiia Poitier. At the end, Sarah learns her father was killed when the damaged C-130 explodes during an emergency landing. Meanwhile, Sarah meets up with an old boyfriend and Mike has a distinct reaction. Archived from on January 23, 2012. Season 3, Episode 20 March 29, 1985 Season 3, Episode 20 March 29, 1985 Michael poses as a space-weapon scientist to gain access to a club operated by a woman Ann Turkel dealing in blackmail and top-secret weapon systems. Graiman, played by , is the creator of a new generation of Knight Industries Three Thousand , which is voiced by. Season 3, Episode 2 September 30, 1984 Season 3, Episode 2 September 30, 1984 Conclusion.
Just select the season below and enjoy high speed safe downloading without torrents and ads. Mike figures out that the robbers have more on their mind than grab the money and run. Afterward, Mike learns of a second bomb located at a chemical plant in Phoenix, Arizona and he and Sarah rush to intercept it. Mike then ends up becoming embroiled in a daring casino heist. The show told the story of a law enforcement officer who was paired with a custom vehicle that was equipped with artificial intelligence.
They are assisted by a helpful local , who Mike quickly determines is actually part of the group, revealed to be a team of former Soldiers. Driven to incredible heights of artificial intelligence, superior ability to hacking computer systems, the ability to exchange information with satellites and several types of weapons these are just some of the advantages that make kitta the ideal partner of the police. Unfortunately, Mike is injected with a neural poison as an incentive to complete the job, and has less than three hours to live but the tycoon disappears with the antidote. Season 3, Episode 22 May 2, 1985 Season 3, Episode 22 May 2, 1985 Michael and Kitt join a circus as a daredevil act to find out who's trying to force it into bankruptcy. .
Larson Doug Liman Matt Pyken Gary Scott Thompson Running time 42 minutes Production company s Dutch Oven Productions Gary Scott Thompson Productions Distributor Universal Studios Home Entertainment Release Original network Picture format Original release September 24, 2008 2008-09-24 — March 4, 2009 2009-03-04 Chronology Preceded by 1980s series 2008 film External links Knight Rider is a 2008 that follows the 1982 created by and the 2008. The episodes are available in format and format. Sarah learns tha the smuggling ring are into more dangerous things than they believes, but also that the friend may have smuggling ties of his own. Finally, a new Knight Rider was unleashed in 2008 that took the concept and story of the original show, and brought it into the new millennium. The series will show what it is capable of legendary heroes! Archived from on January 27, 2012. When Mike corners Galt, the main suspect, he finds Galt has overdosed on the serum and possesses super-human strength. Mike learns that the only way to save his life is for him to assassinate a billionaire tech mogul in order to set in motion events which will uncover the mastermind, but does he have the strength and time to do it? The show was not quite as successful as the original version, but it reached a new, younger fan base that grew to love the show's combination of human drama and muscle car power.
Billy joins the mission only to spark a romantic adventure of his own. He is revealed to be the estranged son of Michael Knight, who was the main character in the original version of the show. This adds an important air of mystery to the program that keeps viewers glued to their television sets. Unfortunately after he finds large quantities of explosives are somewhere in the camp, he is caught by Cassandra who reveals herself to be an undercover British secret agent posing as one of them. And thanks to the vast experience and professionalism of the new driver, the car is also absolutely immune to external threats! Mike attempts to secure secret footage of the fight that the drill sergeant was in get complicated when he ends up in the ring with his friend against two champions.
In a secret message left by Dr. Sarah is the daughter of Charles Graiman. The interior of the vehicle has been reworked, with the single display screen on the replaced by spanning the entire interior surface of the windshield. During a final confrontation, Carrie shoots Mike supposedly dead and lets the woman escape, so the world thinks Mike Traceur is dead. With the help of the labs research assistant, Billy learns some information about the serum that will help Mike when he takes on the now powerful thief. Archived from on July 18, 2012. Yancey Arias, Bruce Davison, and Sydney Tamiia Poitier's characters were removed from the series after the end of their original thirteen episode commitment starting with a two-part episode scheduled to air in January 2009.