Charlie Grace (TV series)

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Charlie Grace
Created by Robert Singer
Composer(s) Jay Gruska
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 9 (3 unaired) (list of episodes)
Running time 60 minutes
Production company(s) Wings Productions
December 3rd Productions
Warner Bros. Television
Original network ABC
Original release September 14 – October 19, 1995

Charlie Grace is an American crime drama that aired from September 14, 1995 to October 19, 1995 on ABC.


Charlie was kicked off the force for busting fellow officers, and now he is a divorced private investigator who has to solve cases while taking care of his daughter.[1]



No. Title Directed by Written by Original air date
1 "Take Me to the Pilot" Robert Singer Robert Singer September 14, 1995 (1995-09-14)
Earl "Mad Dog" Jonas, a criminal who Charlie arrested eight years previously for committing a payroll heist at Stanford, and whom vowed revenge against Charlie, is released from prison. Charlie's old friend Captain Rios puts Charlie under police protection, but when Jonas is murdered Charlie becomes the main suspect in the case. While the police focus on Charlie, he decides to investigate Jonas' murder himself. Charlie visits Jonas' girlfriend at home, and while he is talking to her, she is shot dead through a window from the street. The following night, Charlie is shot at while driving home and embarks on a car chase until the shooter crashes his car into an telephone pole and explodes. Charlie uncovers phone records of Rios's lawyer son Guillermo making calls to Mad Dog's and his girlfriend's killer, and confronts Captain Rios with the information, claiming that Mad Dog owed Guillermo money from when Mad Dog robbed the payroll truck with help from an inside man at Stanford – security officer William Rivers, aka Guillermo Rios. Charlie realizes that eight years ago the Captain persuaded Mad Dog to take the fall alone for the heist to protect his son. Charlie convinces the Captain to do the right thing and turn himself and his son in.
2 "Pilot" Robert Singer Robert Singer September 21, 1995 (1995-09-21)
Charlie has to take in his 12-year-old daughter when his ex-wife is accused of murder.
3 "Bring Me the Head of Darnell Sims" Randall Zisk Kathy McCormick September 28, 1995 (1995-09-28)
Charlie and Crawford has to find a star witness.
4 "The Kid" Davis Guggenheim Frank Renzulli October 5, 1995 (1995-10-05)
Charlie helps a mother and her abused daughter. Jenny doesn't like that Charlie has to work so much.
5 "Designer Knock-off" Randall Zisk William Schmidt October 12, 1995 (1995-10-12)
Charlie is hired to find the killer of a fashion designer.
6 "One Simple Little Favor" Geoffrey Nottage Anne Collins October 19, 1995 (1995-10-19)
Charlie gets in trouble with a mob boss.
7 "I've Got a Secret" Robert Singer Kathy McCormick Unaired
Charlie is the only one who can save Leslie when she gets in trouble. Jenny's Grandparents wants her to move in with them insteadof living with Charlie.
8 "It's in the Cards, Charlie" Philip Sgriccia Terence Winter Unaired
A major mob boss is robbed by small-time criminals.
9 "Steal One for the Gipper" Michael Lange TBA Unaired
A valuable piece of sports memorabilia is stolen. Guest appearances by Steve Garvey, Franco Harris, Lynn Swann and Dick Butkus.


  1. ^ TV Guide. "Charlie Grace Episodes". TV Guide. Retrieved 2012-09-13. 

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