Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman (often called Lois and Clark or The New Adventures of Superman on the BBC) is a live-action American television series based on the Superman comic books. Lois & Clark aired on ABC from September 12, 1993 to June 14, 1997 and starred Dean Cain as Superman/Clark Kent and Teri Hatcher as Lois Lane.
Here is another "Man of Steel" behind the scenes shot... once again great attention to the details, if you look you can see me in this photo.
So did you watch Lois and Clark, I enjoyed it for the time it came out... it started jumping the shark too soon I think.
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I loved this show! I was a die hard fan as Dean really did look the part and Teri was just awesome as Lois.ReplyDelete
My wife and I used to watch this while we were dating and then after we were married. It was her first introduction (outside of the Chris Reeve movies) to comic book heroes. Now she is total fan like me and our two boys!ReplyDelete
You post Man of Steel stuff as long as you want, my friend!ReplyDelete
yep, the two of them were ever so cure together :) I know it's blesphemous to say but Dean is somehow my first association to Superman, probably because I didn't grew up with Reeve.ReplyDelete
It was an excellent show. I enjoyed a hell of lot more than Smallville.ReplyDelete
Superman always gets the girlReplyDelete
That show was not one of my favorite interpretations of the character, but it was very popular and much better than the "Superboy" series that aired around the same time. I see you Man!ReplyDelete
The Hubby and I loved this show. Their chemistry was great. I agree they jumped the shark way too soon, though. Pity! Definitely keep this series going!ReplyDelete
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I didn't watch the show. The idea of Superman as Clark Kent's alter-ego / secondary personality is fascinating, but I think I prefer the reverse version, especially as it appears in Bill's monologue at the end of Tarantino's Kill Bill Vol. 2.ReplyDelete
OH man this one takes me back. I was actually living on a farm and the people I was staying with would go to my great grandmother's to watch TV, this was one of the few shows I got to watch at that time. It became a highlight for me.ReplyDelete
I did watch this show and it had contradictory reactions from me. Sometimes I dug it, sometimes I hated it.... but kept watching. :)ReplyDelete
Here it is.ReplyDelete
Cheesy yes but Dean Cain was hot!