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The first season outlined the series' essential storyline: Knight wanted to atone for his bloody past and regain his humanity, but was challenged by master vampire Lucien LaCroix (Nigel Bennett). Knight's partner in crime-solving was the smarmy Det. Schanke (John Kapelos), and scientist Natalie Lambert (Catherine Disher) aided Knight in his desire to become human and struggled with her attraction to him (which would endanger her in episode 16, "Only the Lonely"). Knight's adventures yielded a small but loyal following over its three-season run, which was constantly threatened with cancellation; a letter-writing campaign saved the program after CBS axed it in '93, but failed two years later, when Knight's adventures came to a permanent end.
Columbia-TriStar's DVD set compiles all 22 episodes of the first season (note: the series was presented in three different formats--a 40-minute version for American audiences, a 47-minute version for Canadian and Australian viewers, and a European version which contained nudity; the episodes compiled here are the Canadian versions save for the first episode, which has the American network running time). Hardcore fans may be disappointed by a lack of any extras aside from trailers for three vampire-themed Columbia features (including Tsui Hark's Vampire Hunters), but should be consoled by having the full debut season in one attractive package. --Paul Gaita
DVD: My only complaint is the picture quality.
For a low budget, the cast and crew did a great job capturing the atmosphere of various historical periods, and of modern-day Toronto.
It is one of the best character-driven shows I've ever seen, ranking right up there with Buffy and the early seasons of X-Files.
I was a 90's kid, and I remember my mother was really into this show along with the highlander series. So I got it to watch it for old times sake. Read morePublished 23 days ago by Leslie
[A spoiler-free review]
Get ready for ugly hairstyles, drab dialogue, and no CGI or real special effects, but just remember as you give this a taste that Forever Knight can't... Read more
I had seen this on late night TV, and I got hooked since I really like the vampire stories!! Nick Knight is a great character!! I would recommend this!!Published 7 months ago by Yol
What can I say except I am a vampire loving Freak! Five stars to the first series.Published 8 months ago by Roger Zelazny Fan
Haven't viewed all the dvds, so I can't comment on the overall technical quality- so far so good.
For the content of the shows, that's a matter of personal taste that should... Read more