The Strip (U.S. TV series)

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The Strip
Genre Action drama
Created by Alfred Gough
Miles Millar
Written by Russel Friend
Daniel Freudenberger
Alfred Gough
Charles Holland
Garrett Lerner
Miles Millar
Mark Verheiden
David Weinstein
Directed by Paul Abascal
Félix Enríquez Alcalá
Greg Beeman
Julian Chojnacki
D. J. Caruso
Vern Gillum
Alan J. Levi
Peter Markle
Whitney Ransick
Starring Sean Patrick Flanery
Guy Torry
Joe Viterelli
Stacey Dash
Composer(s) Christopher Lennertz
Mark Mancina
Tom Rizzo
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 10
Executive producer(s) Alfred Gough
Miles Millar
Joel Silver
Editor(s) Ron Spring
Rick Tuber
Kerry Michael Tym
Location(s) Las Vegas, Nevada
Cinematography Christopher Faloona
Andres L. Porras
Running time 60 minutes
Production company(s) Silver Films
Warner Bros. Television
Original channel UPN
Original release October 12, 1999 – July 7, 2000

The Strip is an American action drama series which aired on the UPN television network during the 1999-2000 season.


Sean Patrick Flanery and Guy Torry portray former Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department detectives who are hired by the owner of Caesars Palace to serve as "troubleshooters" protecting his interests.

The series was cancelled after nine episodes, with a tenth episode airing months later in July 2000.



Episode # Episode title Original airdate
1-1 "Games Without Frontiers" October 12, 1999
1-2 "Send Me An Angel" October 19, 1999
1-3 "Murder By Numbers" October 26, 1999
1-4 "Winner Takes It All" November 2, 1999
1-5 "Even Better Than The Real Thing" November 9, 1999
1-6 "Use Your Illusion" November 16, 1999
1-7 "We Will Rock You" November 23, 1999
1-8 "Money For Nothing" December 14, 1999
1-9 "I Wear My Sunglasses At Night" January 11, 2000
1-10 Episode 10 July 7, 2000

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