Show Type: Espionage / Foreign Intrigue
First Telecast: January 7, 1991
Last Telecast: February 16, 1991
Dylan Del'Amico..... Anthony John Denison
Kate Del'Amico..... Linda Purl
Flynn..... John Rhys-Davies
Graham Parker..... John Slattery
Stewart Merriman..... Josef Sommer
Alex Robbins..... Kasi Lemmons
Megan..... Arlene Taylor
Grimbach..... Raye Birk
Emily Del'Amico (Pilot Only)..... Sumer Stamper
Emily Del'Amico..... Marne Patterson
Marlon Del'Amico (Pilot Only)..... Joshua South
Marlon Del'Amico..... Adam Ryen
Director Waugh (Pilot Only)..... Dakin Matthews
Director Waugh..... G.W. Bailey
This espionage series was ousted off TV because it portrayed world events a little too realistically.
In the post-Cold War era, the operatives of the National Intelligence Agency, especially husband-and-wife team Dylan & Kate, were concerned as much with their personal lives as with the enemies they faced. Their assignments dealt with third-world troublemakers and leftover Soviet spies, and it was one of the the third-world troublemakers that caused the program so much grief.
In a two-part story, a team was sent to Kuwait just before an Iraqi invasion. Part one aired on January 12th, but part two - in which Iraq plotted to fire virus-carrying missiles into Israel - would have appeared right after the real Gulf War broke out and it was abruptly pulled from the schedule. It did finally air on July 13, 1991 - preceded by a repeat of part one - as an ABC Saturday Night Movie.
Two additional unaired episodes were telecast the following Saturday, July 20th, disguised as the movie Spy Games.
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