Neon Rider is a Canadian drama television series which first aired between 1990 and 1995. Created by Winston Rekert and Danny Virtue, the show was about the title character, a man named Michael Terry (Rekert) who quits his job as a therapist to become a mentor for troubled kids which he brings to his ranch. The series was filmed and set in Vancouver, and British Columbia's Lower Mainland and Fraser Valley.
|Created by||Winston Rekert|
|Directed by||Bruce Pittman|
Peter D. Marshall
Joseph L. Scanlan
|Theme music composer||Terry Frewer|
|Country of origin||Canada|
|No. of seasons||5|
|No. of episodes||64|
|Executive producer(s)||Winston Rekert|
William Wallace Gray
|Production location(s)||Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada|
Mission, British Columbia, Canada
|Running time||60 minutes (including commercials)|
|Original network||CTV (1990-1992)|
|Original release||September 15, 1990 –|
November 1, 1995
Neon Rider was produced by Alliance Atlantis and broadcast on the CTV Television Network on Saturdays at 10 PM then moved to 8 PM in 1991. CTV cancelled the series in 1992 after which original episodes continued to air on the youth-oriented cable network YTV and in syndication.
Higher Ground: a similarly themed series.
- Outriders a similarly themed series.
- Canadian Communications Foundation - Article about Neon Rider
- Neon Rider on IMDb
- Neon Rider at TV.com
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