Freedom (TV series)

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Format Action
Alternative reality
Created by Hans Tobeason
Starring Holt McCallany
Scarlett Chorvat
Bodhi Elfman
Darius McCrary
Georg Stanford Brown
James Morrison
Françoise Yip
Nigel Johnson
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 12
Location(s) Canada
Running time 45 minutes approx.
Original channel UPN
Picture format NTSC/480i60
Audio format Dolby Surround
Original run 27 October 2000 – 22 December 2000

Freedom is a short-lived 2000 American science fiction television show on the UPN network. There were 12 episodes filmed (actually 13, as the pilot eventually broadcast had been reshot with somewhat different casting) but only 7 were aired in the US. Some episodes were further aired internationally, and the full series is still occasionally broadcast in Brazil.[1]


After war breaks out in the Middle East, the President of the United States travels extensively to resolve the matter but the plane goes down and he (or she) is presumed dead. The US is taken over by United States military forces in what becomes an invisible coup. Four soldiers who do not go along with the takeover work with a wider resistance movement against the military government in order to restore the Constitution and freedom to the people.


Episode list[edit]

Air Date
Production #
Alpha Dogs 10/27/2000 226-851
The Chase 11/3/2000 226-852
Assassins 11/10/2000 226-855
Enemy 11/17/2000 226-853
Freezone 11/24/2000 226-854
Siege 12/1/2000 226-856
Lone Wolf 12/22/2000 226-857
Thieves Not Aired in the US 226-858
Livewire Not Aired in the US 226-860
Mind Game Not Aired in the US 226-861
Return Not Aired in the US 226-859
Ransom Not Aired in the US 226-862

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