Tag: Glen A. Larson

Cult TV Essentials: Cover Up

Created by Glen A. Larson, Cover Up debuted in September 1984 and ran for twenty-two episodes. It followed the adventures of fashion photographer Dani Reynolds (Jennifer O’Neill) who learns that not only has her husband been murdered but that he was also an undercover CIA agent. Reeling from […]

Heroes of Cult: Heather Thomas

Heather Thomas was born in Greenwich, Connecticut, USA on September 8th 1957. She graduated from Santa Monica High School in 1975. At the age of 14 years old she began acting and hosted the show Talking with a Giant, where she interviewed celebrities, in 1978 she began acting in small […]

Cult TV Essentials: McCloud

McCloud (played by Dennis Weaver)  was a Glen A. Larson’s production and was seen by many as his attempt at Coogan’s Bluff which starred Clint Eastwood. Like Coogan’s Bluff, McCloud galloped the length and breadth of Manhattan (he was joined by a mounted unit in “The 42nd Street Cavalry”), and the […]

Glen A. Larson passes away aged 77

Legendary TV creator Glen A. Larson, the writer-producer behind such hit shows as Battlestar Galactica, Buck Rogers in the 25th Century, Automan,  Magnum, P.I., Knight Rider, Alias Smith & Jones,  The Highwayman, and Quincy M.E. died on Friday, the Los Angeles Times reports. He was 77. His son James told […]