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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…




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

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