|Created by||Winston Rekert
|Directed by||Bruce Pittman
Peter D. Marshall
Joseph L. Scanlan
|Theme music composer||Terry Frewer|
|Country of origin||Canada|
|No. of seasons||5|
|No. of episodes||64|
|Executive producer(s)||Winston Rekert
William Wallace Gray
|Location(s)||Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Mission, British Columbia, Canada
|Running time||60 minutes (including commercials)|
|Original network||CTV (1990-1992)
|Original release||September 15, 1990 – November 1, 1995|
Neon Rider is a Canadian drama television series which first aired between 1990 and 1995. Created by Winston Rekert and Danny Virtue, the show was about the title character, a man named Michael Terry (Rekert) who quits his job as a therapist to become a mentor for troubled kids which he brings to his ranch. The series was filmed and set in British Columbia's Lower Mainland and Fraser Valley.
Neon Rider was produced by Alliance Atlantis and broadcast on the CTV Television Network on Saturdays at 10 PM then moved to 8 PM in 1991. CTV cancelled the series in 1992 after which original episodes continued to air on the youth-oriented cable network YTV and in syndication.
Higher Ground: a similarly themed series.
- Canadian Communications Foundation - Article about Neon Rider
- Neon Rider on Internet Movie Database
- Neon Rider at TV.com
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