Legacy (U.S. TV series)
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|Created by||Chris Abbott|
Eric N. Robertson
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||1|
|No. of episodes||18|
|Executive producer(s)||Chris Abbott|
|Running time||60 mins. (approx)|
|Production company(s)||Atlantis Films|
Alliance Atlantis (1998–2007)|
Echo Bridge Entertainment (2007–14)
DHX Media (2014–present)
|Original release||October 9, 1998– July 30, 1999|
Legacy is an American western drama series starring Brett Cullen which aired on UPN for eighteen episodes from 1998–99. The series is set on a Kentucky horse farm soon after the American Civil War. Cullen's character of Ned Logan is the 42-year-old widowed patriarch of the family. The series focuses on domestic and romantic crises, such as the arrival of 17-year-old orphan Jeremy, and Sean Logan's interracial affair with the daughter of a former slave.
A family-run horse farm nestled among the rolling bluegrass country provides the picturesque backdrop for Legacy, a family drama series that chronicles the proud and close-knit Logan family as they struggle to maintain their deep-seated family values of hard work and integrity in a society increasingly driven by money, power, and self-indulgence.
My grandfather came to this country 100 years ago and built an incredible life for his family out of nothing. This land means everything to us... He left us a legacy – to give others less fortunate than we are a chance to turn their lives around." – Ned Logan.
In Legacy, Ned seeks to pass on the "legacy" of his Irish ancestors – to build a solid foundation of love and support for his family while giving others less fortunate a chance to make better lives for themselves. Beyond stables of horses and acres of farmland, Ned must keep sight of his family, whose lofty ambitions, romantic entanglements, and mischievous adventures ensure the Logans notoriety within social circles. Eldest son Sean (Grayson McCouch) is a handsome, charismatic young man with a promising future and a secret love that could threaten his dreams; Clay (Jeremy Vincent Garrett), the passionate, yet hot-tempered son, who often feels that his father's compassion for others does not extend to him; Alice (Lea Moreno), an upright and conflicted teenager forced by her mother's death to play the maternal role in the family, but still searching for her own identity; and Lexy (Sarah Rayne), the youngest and most willful of the offspring, who often demonstrates wisdom beyond her years.
Adding drama to the family's already delicate balance is Jeremy (Ron Melendez), a street-wise and troubled 17 year-old orphan from New York who is taken in by Ned Logan. With a history of dishonesty and petty crime, Jeremy finds himself a fish out of water as he builds both relationships and rifts with the rest of the family.
- Brett Cullen as Ned Logan
- Jeremy Garrett as Clay Logan
- Sharon Leal as Marita
- Grayson McCouch as Sean Logan
- Ron Melendez as Jeremy Bradford
- Lea Moreno as Alice Logan
- Sarah Rayne as Lexy Logan
|No.||Title||Directed by ||Original air date||Prod.|
|1||"The Gift"||TBA||October 9, 1998||TBA|
|2||"Tango"||TBA||October 16, 1998||TBA|
|3||"Blood Relative"||TBA||October 23, 1998||TBA|
|4||"Brother Love"||Sandy Smolan||October 30, 1998||106|
|5||"Emma"||Bill Duke||November 6, 1998||104|
|6||"The Search Party"||TBA||November 13, 1998||TBA|
|7||"Kind Eye"||Jan Egleson||November 20, 1998||107|
|8||"The Big Fix"||Sandy Smolan||December 8, 1998||108|
|9||"Homecoming"||David Straiton||December 18, 1998||109|
|10||"Winner's Circle"||TBA||January 1, 1999||110|
|11||"Full House"||TBA||February 5, 1999||111|
|12||"Just Kissed"||TBA||February 12, 1999||112|
|13||"The Rivals"||TBA||February 19, 1999||113|
|14||"Winter's Storm"||TBA||February 26, 1999||114|
|15||"A New Beginning"||TBA||July 9, 1999||115|
|16||"A House Divided"||TBA||July 16, 1999||116|
|17||"Where the Spirit Lives"||TBA||July 23, 1999||117|
|18||"Masquerade"||TBA||July 30, 1999||118|
Awards and nominations
|1999||Young Artist Awards||Best Performance by a Young Actress in a Drama TV Series||Sarah Rayne||Won|
|Best Performance in a TV Drama Series – Supporting Young Actress||Sarah Rayne||Won|
- From the United States Copyright Office catalog: "Public Catalog - Copyright Catalog (1978 to present) - Basic Search [search: "Legacy : no."]". United States Copyright Office. Retrieved 2017-09-11.