Dark Angel

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Dark Angel is an American cyberpunk television series that premiered on the Fox network on October 3, 2000. Created by James Cameron and Charles H. Eglee, it starred Jessica Alba in her breakthrough role. Set in 2019, the series chronicles the life of... read more

Dark Angel is an American cyberpunk television series that premiered on the Fox network on October 3, 2000. Created by James Cameron and Charles H. Eglee, it starred Jessica Alba in her breakthrough role. Set in 2019, the series chronicles the life of Max Guevara (Alba), a genetically enhanced super-soldier who escapes from a covert military facility as a child. In a post-apocalyptic Seattle, she tries to lead a normal life while eluding capture by government agents and searching for her brothers and sisters scattered in the aftermath of their escape. Dark Angel was the first and only series produced by the company Cameron/Eglee Productions, and was filmed in Vancouver at Lions Gate Studios.

Original Release

10/03/2000 on FOX

Cast

J.C. MacKenzie Reagan 'Normal' Ronald
Michael Weatherly Logan Cale
Valarie Rae Miller Cynthia 'Original Cindy' McEachin
Richard Gunn Calvin 'Sketchy' Theodore
Jessica Alba X5-452
John Savage Donald Lydecker
Ashley Scott Asha Barlow
Jennifer Blanc-Biehn Kendra Maibaum
Martin Cummins Ames White
Jensen Ackles X5-494
(see additional cast & crew)
# Title Air Date
1 Designate This Friday, 28 September 2001
2 Bag 'Em Friday, 05 October 2001
3 Proof of Purchase Friday, 12 October 2001
4 Radar Love Friday, 26 October 2001
5 Boo Friday, 02 November 2001
6 Two Friday, 09 November 2001
7 Some Assembly Required Friday, 16 November 2001
8 Gill Girl Friday, 07 December 2001
9 Medium Is the Message Friday, 14 December 2001
10 Brainiac Friday, 11 January 2002
11 The Berrisford Agenda Friday, 18 January 2002
12 Borrowed Time Friday, 01 February 2002
13 Harbor Lights Friday, 08 February 2002
14 Love in Vein Friday, 08 March 2002
15 Fuhgeddaboudit Friday, 15 March 2002
16 Exposure Friday, 22 March 2002
17 Hello, Goodbye Friday, 05 April 2002
18 Dawg Day Afternoon Friday, 12 April 2002
19 She Ain't Heavy Friday, 19 April 2002
20 Love Among the Runes Friday, 26 April 2002
21 Freak Nation Friday, 03 May 2002
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Directors

Jeff Woolnough, Thomas J. Wright, James Whitmore Jr., Joe Ann Fogle, Paul Shapiro, Duane Clark, Michael Ray Rhodes, Allan Kroeker, D.J. Caruso, Kenneth Biller, John T. Kretchmer, Michael Katleman, Stephen Williams, Nick Marck, David Straiton, Morgan Beggs, Sarah Pia Anderson, Chris Long, Les Landau, James A. Contner, Vern Gillum, Terrence O'Hara, James Cameron, David Grossman, David Jackson, Jefery Levy, Bryan Spicer

Writers

Charles H. Eglee, James Cameron, Jose Molina, Moira Kirland, René Echevarria, Jose Molina, David Zabel, Doris Egan, Robert Doherty, Patrick Harbinson, Michael Angeli, Marjorie David, David Simkins, Adisa Iwa, Cindi Hemingway, Julie Auerbach, Ira Steven Behr, Chip Johannessen, Tommy Thompson

Creators

Charles H. Eglee, James Cameron

Cast

J.C. MacKenzie Reagan 'Normal' Ronald
Michael Weatherly Logan Cale
Valarie Rae Miller Cynthia 'Original Cindy' McEachin
Richard Gunn Calvin 'Sketchy' Theodore
Jessica Alba X5-452
John Savage Donald Lydecker
Ashley Scott Asha Barlow
Jennifer Blanc-Biehn Kendra Maibaum
Martin Cummins Ames White
Jensen Ackles X5-494
Kevin Durand Joshua
Peter Bryant Bling
Jessica Alba Max Guevera / X5-452
J.C. MacKenzie Reagan 'Normal' Ronald (as J.C. Mackenzie)
Alimi Ballard Herbal Thought
Geneva Locke Young Max
Craig Veroni Otto
Byron Mann Det. Matt Sung
William Gregory Lee Zack
Fulvio Cecere Sandoval

Producers

Editors

John Refoua, Steve Polivka, James Wilcox, Stephen Mark

2001 Golden Globe Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series - Drama Nominated
2001 Emmy Outstanding Special Visual Effects for a Series Nominated
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