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|Created by||Gordon Greisman|
|Theme music composer||Russ Landau|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of episodes||13 (7 unaired)|
|Executive producer||Gordon Greisman|
|Running time||44 minutes|
|Original release||June 3 –|
July 8, 1996
- Jarrod Emick as Captain Jack Malloy
- Christine Elise as firefighter Erin Coffey
- Rob Youngblood as pilot Jed Neal
- Brian Smiar as Fire Chief Dick Coffey, and Erin's father
- Alexandra Hedison as firefighter Kay Rizzo
- Brian Leckner as firefighter J.B. Baker
- Carlton Wilborn as firefighter Ray Grimes
- Elizabeth Mitchell as Jack Malloy's wife Laura
- Miguel Sandoval as arson investigator Bernie Ramirez
After the initial six-episode summer run, the series was retitled and given new cast members. Criticism of the show from the L.A. County Fire Fighters Union led to the series being retitled Fire Co. 132. The retooled series never aired.
|#||Title||Director||Writer||Original airdate||Production code|
|1||Pilot||TBA||Gordon Greisman||June 3, 1996||3B99|
|2||"Till Death Do Us Part"||TBA||Gordon Greisman||June 10, 1996||LAF-102|
|3||"It's a Family Affair"||TBA||Randy Anderson||June 17, 1996||LAF-103|
|4||"The Fire Down Below"||Thomas J. Wright||Randy Anderson||June 24, 1996||3B04|
|5||"Curiouser and Curiouser"||Randall Zisk||Ann Lewis Hamilton||July 1, 1996||3B05|
|6||"A Mad Tea Party"||TBA||TBA||July 8, 1996||LAF-106|
Fire Co. 132
|"So What Else Happened?"||TBA||4B01|
|"The Big One"||TBA||4B02|
|"Love Me Do"||Karl Holman||4B03|
|"The Match"||Gary Glasberg||4B04|
|"Deadly Cargo"||Robert Zappia||4B05|
|"Fuel & Spark"||TBA||4B06|
|"Twenty Devils"||Karl Holman||4B07|
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