CHiPs

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CHiPs is an American crime drama television series that originally aired on NBC from September 15, 1977 to May 1, 1983. It followed the lives of two motorcycle officers of the California Highway Patrol (CHP). The series ran for 139 episodes over six...read more
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CHiPs is an American crime drama television series that originally aired on NBC from September 15, 1977 to May 1, 1983. It followed the lives of two motorcycle officers of the California Highway Patrol (CHP). The series ran for 139 episodes over six seasons, plus one reunion TV movie in October 1998.

Original Release

09/15/1977 on NBC

US Release

09/15/1977

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Cast

(see additional cast & crew)
# Title Air Date
1 Meet the New Guy Sunday, 10 October 1982
2 Tight Fit Sunday, 17 October 1982
3 The Spaceman Made Me Do It Sunday, 24 October 1982
4 Rock Devil Rock Sunday, 31 October 1982
5 Speedway Fever Sunday, 07 November 1982
6 Something Special Sunday, 21 November 1982
7 This Year's Riot Sunday, 28 November 1982
8 Head Over Heels Sunday, 05 December 1982
9 Return to Death's Door Sunday, 12 December 1982
10 Fallout Sunday, 19 December 1982
11 Day of the Robot Sunday, 02 January 1983
12 Hot Date Sunday, 09 January 1983
13 High Times Sunday, 16 January 1983
14 Country Action Sunday, 23 January 1983
15 Journey to a Spacecraft Sunday, 06 February 1983
16 Fox Trap Sunday, 20 February 1983
17 Brat Patrol Sunday, 27 February 1983
18 Firepower Sunday, 06 March 1983
19 Fun House Sunday, 13 March 1983
20 Fast Company Sunday, 20 March 1983
21 Things That Go Creep in the Night Sunday, 10 April 1983
22 Return of the Brat Patrol Sunday, 01 May 1983
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Directors

Phil Bondelli, John Florea, Gordon Hessler, Barry Crane, Leslie H. Martinson, Don Weis, Charles Bail, Michael Caffey, Bruce Kessler, Georg Fenady, John Astin, Paul Krasny, Earl Bellamy, Richard Irving, Larry Wilcox, Harvey S. Laidman, Christian I. Nyby II, Ric Rondell, Winrich Kolbe, Arnold Laven, Ronald Hanmer, John Peyser, Don McDougall, Alexander Grasshoff, Nicholas Sgarro, John Patterson, Edward M. Abroms, Paul Nuckles, Nicholas Colasanto, Ivan Nagy, Bernard L. Kowalski, Lee H. Katzin, Richard A. Colla

Writers

Rudolph Borchert, L. Ford Neale, John Huff, Rick Mittleman, James Schmerer, James Doherty, William D. Gordon, Gerald Sanford, Larry Alexander, Frank Telford, Bill Curry, Joseph Gunn, Paul Mason, Larry Mollin, Stephen Lord, Adam Preston, William Douglas Lansford, Max Hodge, Stuart Jacobs, Skip Webster, Barry Jacobs, Jock MacKelvie, Frank Chase, Loraine Despres, Kenneth Dorward, Donald L. Gold, Jerry Thomas, Paul Robert Coyle, Bob Mitchell, Bill Taub, Roland Wolpert, Frank Dandridge, Burton Armus, Lee H. Grant, Mort Thaw, Milt Rosen, John Groves, Christian I. Nyby II, Rex Benson, Aubrey Solomon, George Geiger, Barney Slater, Simon Muntner, Jim Carlson, Pamela Ryan, Judith Dark, W. Dal Jenkins, Vander Cecil, Marshall Ragir, Rick Edelstein, Stephen Downing, Patrick Rodriguez, Ramona Chase, Doug Heyes Jr., Rudy Dochtermann, Beverly Bloomberg, Glen Olson, Rod Baker, Esther Mitchell, George Zateslo, Charles Sailor, Carole Raschella, Michael Raschella, Edward Robak, Terence Tunberg, Suzanne Ryder, Marshall Herskovitz, Steve Greenberg, Karl Tunberg, Robert Biheller, Norman Hudis, Dick Nelson, Terrence McDonnell, Arthur Marks, Dean R. Koontz

Creators

Rick Rosner

Cast

Producers

Editors

William Neel, Richard E. Rabjohn, Albert P. Wilson, Richard Freeman, Michael Renaud, Quinnie Martin Jr., Dennis Mosher, Joe Morrisey, Richard Belding, Harry V. Knapp, Dennis C. Vejar, Richard Lane, Robert Phillips, Mike Sangtok Pae, Geoffrey Rowland, Jack Horger, Frederic L. Knudtson, Peter Kirby, Joseph Dervin, John A. Fegan Jr., G. Gregg McLaughlin, Peter E. Berger, Howard Kunin

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