Land's End (TV series)

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Land's End
Genre Crime drama
Created by Fred Dryer
Victor A. Schiro
Starring Fred Dryer
Composer(s) Garry Schyman
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 22
Executive producer(s) Brian K. Ross
Camera setup Single-camera
Running time 60 minutes
Production company(s) Fred Dryer Productions
Skyvision Productions
Buena Vista Television
Original network Syndication
Audio format Stereo
Original release September 20, 1995 (1995-09-20) – May 18, 1996 (1996-05-18)

Land's End is an American crime drama series that aired in broadcast syndication from September 1995 to May 1996. A total of 22 one-hour episodes were produced. The series was created by the series' star Fred Dryer and Victor A. Schiro.[1]


The series focuses on Mike Land (Dryer), a former LAPD cop who left the force after a case he worked on for months resulted in the acquittal of a drug lord. Mike then moved to Cabo San Lucas to work as a private investigator for his friend Willis P. Dunleevy, and to serve as director of security for the Westin Regina Resort.



1/2."Land's End, Part 1/Land's End, Part 2" (September 20, 1995) 3."Night Eyes" (September 30, 1995) 4."Parentnapping" (October 8, 1995) 5."A Line in the Sand" (October 14, 1995) 6."Day of the Dead" (October 21, 1995) 7."El Perico" (October 28, 1995) 8."Bounty Hunter" (November 4, 1995) 9."Willie Gets Lucky" (November 11, 1995) 10."What Are Friends For " (November 18, 1995) 11."The Curse of Willis" (November 25, 1995) 12."What Ever Happened to Maria Rosa?" (December 2, 1995) 13."Windfall" (December 23, 1995) 14."The Long Arm of the Law" (February 3, 1996) 15."Fool's Gold" (February 10, 1996) 16."Dr. Amore" (February 17, 1996) 17."Red Cadillac" (February 24, 1996) 18."Pieces of 8 Is Enough" (March 2, 1996) 19."Girls Just Wanna Have Fun" (April 27, 1996) 20."Who's Killing Cole Porter?" (May 4, 1996) 21."Mothers Behind Bars" (May 11, 1996) 22."Jenny" (May 18, 1996)

Production notes[edit]

The series was filmed on location in Cabo San Lucas.[1] Series creator Fred Dyer and Victor A. Schiro co-wrote some of the 22 episodes.


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