Series Summary
Harmon "Harm" Rabb Jr. is a former pilot turned lawyer working for the military's JAG ( Judge Advocate General) division, the elite legal wing of officers that prosecutes and defends those accused of military-related crimes. He works closely with Lt. Col. Saraj Mackenzie, and together they do what needs to be done to find the truth. After an initial season on NBC, which canceled the show, "JAG" moved to CBS, where it saw success for another nine seasons.

Air Dates: 1995 - Present

Genres: Crime drama, Action, Adventure, Law

Network: NBC


  • Season 10, Ep. 21 : Dream Team Apr 22, 2005

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    When a seaman kills a much larger opponent during a shipboard fist fight, Harm and Vukovic are assigned to investigate.

  • Season 10, Ep. 14 : Fit for Duty Feb 11, 2005

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    Harm and Mac find themselves on opposing sides when a Navy psychiatrist is charged with sending a soldier, suffering from combat stress, back into battle too soon.

  • Season 10, Ep. 5 : This Just in From Baghdad Nov 5, 2004

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    When a government official is killed during a routine patrol, a sergeant stands accused of involuntary manslaughter, and Harm and Mac go to Baghdad to help with the court-martial.

  • Season 9, Ep. 22 : Trojan Horse May 14, 2004

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    Harm and Mac are asked to investigate after Navy SEALs confiscate a shipment of heroin from a Pakistani freighter and a kilo comes up missing.

  • Season 9, Ep. 21 : Coming Home May 7, 2004

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    Harm steps in to help a grieving mother (Susan Walters) of a Marine killed in Iraq when he learns that reporters are hounding her.

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Based on 18 Critics
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  • While some of "JAG" is cerebral and character-driven like "Columbo," other portions are jazzed-up enough to feel like a high-tech Navy recruiting film. [22 Sep 1995] Show More

  • Comparisons to Top Gun are inevitable, but NBC's JAG flies at lower and more predictable altitudes. This "Midlevel Gun" fires mostly blanks. [23 Sep 1995] Show More

  • There's nothing new about JAG's plots; they're the sort of good-guy-against-the-establishment stuff you'd expect. ... But [David James] Elliott has quickly established himself as a real TV star anyway. Show More

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