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TV Series
    (September 12, 1993-June 9, 1996)
    Aired on NBC
    Renamed seaQuest 2032 for its final season
    Roy Scheider as Captain Nathan Bridger (1993-95)
    Jonathan Brandis as Lucas Wolenczak
    Ted Raimi as Lt. Tim O'Neill
    Don Franklin as Commander Jonathan Ford
    Stephanie Beacham as Doctor Kristin Westphalen (1993-94)
    Stacy Haiduk as Lt. Commander Katherine Hitchcock (1993-94)
    John D'Aquino as Lt. Benjamin Kreig (1993-94)
    Royce D. Applegate as Chief Manilow Crocker (1993-94)
    Marco Sanchez as Sensor Chief Miguel Ortiz (1993-95)
    Rosalind Allen as Dr. Wendy Smith (1994-95)
    Kathy Evison as Lt. Lonnie Henderson (1994-96)
    Edward Kerr as Lt. James Brody (1994-96)
    Peter DeLuise as Dagwood (1994-96)
    Michael DeLuise as Anthony Piccolo (1994-96)
    Michael Ironside as Captain Oliver Hudson (1995-96)
    Elise Neal as Lt. J. J. Fredericks
    Frank Welker as the voice of Darwin the Dolphin
    Premise: Adventures of a high-tech submarine in the near future after mankind has exhausted almost all natural resources except those on the ocean floor
    The show recycled footage from 'The Hunt for Red October' and 'Airwolf.'
    There was massive turnover between the first and second seasons since the network wanted a younger cast.
    Scheider called the second season '21 Jump Street meets Star Trek' and said, 'I am very bitter about it. I feel betrayed.'
    It was frequently preempted by sports and other specials, which contributed to declining ratings.
    It was cancelled abruptly in the middle of its third season without a chance to air a finale.
    During the end credits of the first season episodes, oceanographer Robert Ballard would discuss the scientific principles behind the show.
    Lt. Brody was named after the police chief Scheider played in Jaws.
    The show's theme song won an Emmy (1994).
    After years of campaigning, fans convinced Universal to release the show on DVD (2005).

Credit: C. Fishel

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