Type
Scripted
Premiered
Mar. 10, 1978
Status
Canceled/Ended
Runtime
60 min.
Country
USA
Network
CBS TV Network

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The Incredible Hulk (1978)

David Banner is a scientist trying to find a way to tap into the hidden strength that all humans possess. One night in his lab an experiment goes wrong, causing him to be overexposed to gamma radiation. Now, whenever angered or distressed, the mild-mannered scientist finds himself transforming into a powerful creature known as The Incredible Hulk.

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TV Movie: The Death of the Incredible Hulk Aired: Feb. 18, 1990

Desperately trying to rid himself of his monster-like alter ego once and for all, David 'Bellamy' sneaks into a government research lab run by …

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The show had 5 seasons and 86 episodes air between 1978 and 1982.

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  • At one point a cost cutting move was proposed to eliminate the Jack McGee character. Bill Bixby and Lou Ferrigno both said if that happened they would walk off themselves in protest out of…
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    At one point a cost cutting move was proposed to eliminate the Jack McGee character. Bill Bixby and Lou Ferrigno both said if that happened they would walk off themselves in protest out of loyalty and support towards Jack Colvin.
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  • CBS initially did not want to continue with the series for the fall of 1981, even though the show's ratings were still respectable. Kenneth Johnson claimed that Harvey Sheppard, then head of…
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    CBS initially did not want to continue with the series for the fall of 1981, even though the show's ratings were still respectable. Kenneth Johnson claimed that Harvey Sheppard, then head of CBS programming, felt that the series had run its course, and canceled it. With seven new episodes already filmed, Johnson tried unsuccessfully to persuade Sheppard to buy more episodes; also, according to Lou Ferrigno's book My Incredible Life As the Hulk, Bill Bixby talked to other networks about picking up the show, but no deal could be reached in time to keep the series in production. Nevertheless, CBS aired those seven episodes sporadically during the 1981-82 season. Due to the sudden cancellation, the producers never had a chance to plan a series finale, in which David Banner would have been successfully cured of the Hulk.
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  • The name of the tabloid Jack McGee worked for was The National Register, whose main office was located in Chicago. The Register's primary competitor was Lime Lite Magazine.
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