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One Man Can Make A Difference: A History of Knight Rider

One of the most popular shows of the eighties, Knight Rider was the result of unique combination of a quirk of Glen A. Larson’s contract, and a chance meeting on a plane…

Michael Knight (David Hasslehoff) and K.I.T.T.

Knight Rider is the Lone Ranger,” Glen A. Larson once explained in an interview with…

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Long reads on television past and present from the team that used to write Cult TV Times.

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