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Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman

Series Summary
Another incarnation of the Superman legend, this series puts a 1990s spin on the standard story. This time, the focus is on the romantic triangle forming between Superman, Clark Kent and Lois (who obviously doesn't know that they are in fact one and the same). True to old Superman form, the evil Lex Luthor pops up every once in a while to wreak havoc on The Daily Planet and the city of Metropolis.

Air Dates: 1993 - 1997

Genres: Drama, Adventure, Action

Network: ABC

  • Season 4, Ep. 22 : The Family Hour Jun 14, 1997

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    The couple learns about a family addition; Superman squares off with a mind-controlling criminal, Fat Head (Harry Anderson).

  • Season 4, Ep. 21 : Toy Story Jun 7, 1997

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    The childlike Toyman (Grant Shaud) conspires to kidnap the city's children to give them a better life.

  • Season 4, Ep. 20 : I've Got You Under My Skin May 31, 1997

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    A fugitive from the mob (Tim Thomerson) switches bodies with Clark causing him to search for a way to reverse the process; guest Stacy Keanan.

  • Season 4, Ep. 19 : Voice From the Past Apr 26, 1997

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    Clark searches for the key to Leslie's mysterious past in order to rescue kidnapped Lois from Lex Luthor's lovesick son.

  • Season 4, Ep. 18 : Shadow of a Doubt Apr 19, 1997

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    The Daily Planet's new owner, Leslie Luckabee, makes a play for Lois, then he and his protege reveal a secret left behind by Lex Luthor.

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  • This comic-book show is the smartest, most human hour of programming that Sunday night now has to offer. show more

  • A clever and rewarding Man of Steel remake that zooms across the airwaves faster than a speeding bullet. show more

  • For the most part, exec producer David Jacobs, director Robert Butler and writer/co-exec producer Deborah Joy LeVine succeed, bringing a fresh cleverness to the well-worn Superman mythos without trampling on its tradition. [10 Sept 1993] show more

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