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Watch Knight Rider season 1 episode 7 online. The complete guide by MSN. Click here and start watching the full episode in seconds. Knight Rider, an American television series, originally aired from 1982 to 1986, spanning four seasons and 90 episodes.The series was broadcast on NBC and starred David Hasselhoff as Michael Knight, a high-tech modern-day knight fighting crime with the help of KITT, an advanced, artificially intelligent and nearly-indestructible car. The plot follows Michael Knight and KITT as they are sent. A List of Episodes from the 1982 Knight Rider television series. 1 Season 1 2 Season 2 3 Season 3 4 Season 4 5 Notes The opening credits for Season 1 of Knight Rider consisted of many clips from the show, which was seen on K.I.T.T.' Only in this season, Bonnie Barstow wore a white jumpsuit. This season consisted of 22 episodes. Episode 101: Knight of the Phoenix Episode 102: Deadly. Check out this opening scene from the season 1 episode 'Deadly Maneuvers,' and watch the full episode now for free!» Subscribe for More: http://bit.ly/NBCcla. Sunday night’s two-hour Knight Rider movie on NBC attracted 12.7 million viewers and a healthy 5.0 rating/12 share of viewers age 18-49. As the peacock network is happy to tell you, those are.WATCH NOW
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The millionaire Wilton Knight saves the detective Michael Long after this was shot in the face. By plastic surgery Long gets a new face and a new identity, he becomes Michael Knight (David Hasselhoff). Wilton has in fact chosen Michael to start with it a test run for his organization, called FLAG (Foundation for Law and Government). This also implies that Knight of Knight Industries Two Thousand (K.I.T.T.) is provided, an ultra-modern car that has been upgraded with all sorts of technical means, including artificial intelligence. Michael Knight and K.I.T.T. are always called when the normal police can not do anything more and together they fight against evil.
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A Knight Rider reboot is coming to a theater near you. Here are the cars that could play the role of the artificially intelligent self-driving Pontiac Firebird Trans Am named KITT.
“Furious 7” director James Wan is gearing up another car-centric property, a new report says.
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The Wrap reports that Wan is working on a new version of the classic TV series “Knight Rider.”
The original show ran from 1982 to 1986 on NBC. It featured David Hasselhoff as an ex-cop who becomes a private crimefighter under the secret identity of Michael Knight, pursuing his cases with the help of an artificially intelligent self-driving Pontiac Firebird Trans Am named KITT.
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The iconic property has been rebooted several times on TV, most notably in 2008, when NBC tried it with an entirely new cast and (gasp!) a Ford Mustang as KITT. It failed miserably, and the season was cut short after just 17 episodes.
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Details on the new film, which is being scripted by “Ratchet & Clank” video game writer TJ Fixman, are unknown, but sources say it will be set in the present day. That being the case, what car will be Knight's sidekick this time around?
Fox News Autos has a few ideas:
Since Pontiac went out of business in 2010, its traditional sister car is the most obvious choice. From 1967 to 2002 the two sports cars shared a platform and were distinguished mostly by their bodywork. However, rumor has it that Chevrolet is planning to discontinue the Camaro in 2022, which wouldn’t make for the best product placement in a big budget blockbuster that will probably debut after that.
Trucks are the new sports cars, and GMC is calling its upcoming 1,000 hp electric pickup and SUV the first “Supertruck.” Along with the parallel of HUMMER being another blast from the past, the battery-powered HUMMER EV will feature GM’s semi-autonomous Super Cruise driver aid system and comes standard with an illuminated grille. Unfortunately, due to regulations, it can’t be red like the original KITT’s, at least not in the real world.
Florida-based Trans Am Depot has taken GM’s old business plan and run with it, converting current Camaros into Firebird Trans Am lookalikes. The cars have more of a 1970s “Smoky and the Bandit” vibe, and are missing the all-important pop-up headlights, but it probably wouldn’t be too hard to do a Go-Go Eighties version.
GM is already bringing back HUMMER under the GMC brand, so it’s not a stretch that it could do the same for Pontiac in Buick showrooms with a futuristic twist. The automaker’s new electric skateboard chassis can accommodate a wide variety of body types, so slipping a new Firebird Trans Am body on one would be a snap. In fact, an animation demonstrating its flexibility depicts it with a Camaro-type body that would look great with pop-up headlights and a red light bouncing back and forth across the front of it.
Blasphemy? Absolutely. But like Greg Brady playing Johnny Bravo on 'The Brady Bunch,' the pointy, allegedly-autonomous, stainless steel pickup with a light bar across the front sure fits the suit. That suit, of course, being a black vinyl wrap fitted over its difficult-to-paint stainless steel body.