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4 Knight Rider Spin-offs Even The Most Die-Hard Fans Didn't Know Existed

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Boing Boing

Back in the weird and wonderful world of 1982, a hit new show was about to make its mark on television history. In a police detective meets science fiction series, David Hasselhoff plays the Foundation for Law and Government (F.L.A.G.) agent Michael Knight, who cruises in the legendary high-tech vehicle KITT fighting crime wherever his wheels take him.

The show was immensely popular with its snappy lines and tough stance on justice, bringing with it a whole wave of cultural references that we all use today without realizing it.

Even though the original series only lasted for four years, the people wanted Knight Rider to live on. Over the years the franchise saw a number of revivals on the big screen and in our living rooms.

Keep your scanners peeled, we're going for a ride!

Code Of Vengeance

The first spin-off actually had its origins in an episode of Knight Rider in season two as a back-door pilot as its own TV show. Due to low ratings the show was changed to a made-for-television movie to boost its viewability. It was extremely popular on release and would eventually release several more sequel films.

Team Knight Rider

Long after the adventures of Michael Knight had ended, an updated group of heroes and super-vehicles have teamed up in the fight against evil!

Though unfortunately not for long. The show only had one season before it was cancelled due to low ratings.

But the world hadn't seen the last of the elusive agent just yet!

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