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Forever Knight, Season 1TV-14Closed Captioning

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Description

After centuries of sinful bloodshed, Nicholas Knight has forsaken immortality and is determined to reclaim his humanity. He now spends his nights as a homicide detective with his smug partner, Donald Schanke, fighting the city's most brutal crimes. Joining in Nicholas' quest is Dr. Natalie Lambert, a brilliant forensic scientist, who is inching closer to the cure for his supernatural condition. The master vampire Lucien LaCroix, however, will stop at nothing to ensure that Nicholas remains a vampire. In his darkest moments, Nicholas turns to the lovely vampire Janette, who offers him unconditional loyalty despite her prominent standing in the vampire underworld. As the stakes get higher and his path to redemption becomes burdened with temptations, Nicholas valiantly sets out to conquer his curse night after night.

Customer Reviews

Must-See Vampire TV

Count that as three or four stars for those without an interest in blood-sucking undead. Although uneven, there are episodes here that are without equal in the genre. Adopting the "pivotal events X hundred years ago flashback" technique of the movie Highlander AND the roleplaying-game-esque coterie concept of the Vampire: The Masquerade RPG, this show's vampire detective is a contemporary Louis Pointe du Lac (no fear, there's a Lestat-like character, too) with a distinct and fascinating character arc that runs through the show's 70-odd episodes. Key episodes of this first season include "Killer Instinct," which introduces LaCroix, the vampire detective's "sire" and the droll "Stranger Than Fiction," which features an author who is clearly meant to represent Ann Rice--right down to hilarious Rice-esque passages. Season 2 gets better.

great show first airing in early 90's

This show did not come out in 2001, as one reviewer stated. It was airing way back in the early 90's on CBS in America in the "Crimetime after Primetime" series of shows that would begin after the 10/11pm news - depending on your timezone.

Forever Knight!?! Wow! Deja Vous...

It has been a while since I left Canada and Canadian TV programming and it's probably been even longer since this show first ran (2001 according to the imDb). This show introduced me to Geriant Wyn Davies who plays the character of Nicholas Knight and went on to 'star' in a few other CBC television shows including "Black Harbour". I like him as an actor and enjoyed his performance in the show. I think the actor who seemed to be the most outstanding in the show was Nigel Bennett who played Lacroix. His character by far was the most vibrant of the show, the one with the most 'life' (and for an undead that's very impressive!!!). Check his Lacroix and see who he reminds you of in his performance. I liked the premise of the show and watched it quite regularily for some time. However, like a few other Canadian tv series, I always wondered if it could have been done better by the American networks. Canadian tv tends to always look a little cheap when it comes to these kind of shows. I think comedies are more our forte. If you are a fan of vampire related shows (Blade, etc), it's a fairly good watch. If you enjoy watching others experience guilt, remorse and angst about life, or unlife, then it's also a good show. And of course if you are from the Toronto area and want to see parts of your hometown, what the heck!

Forever Knight, Season 1
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  • SD Version
  • Genre: Sci-Fi & Fantasy
  • Released: Feb 11, 2008
  • CCin English

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