I heard that they are going too bring knight rider the tv show . is this true yes or no?
- themikejonasLv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
Bring it where?
Anyway, assuming you mean "bring back Knight Rider," the answer is yes, sort of--a movie version is in the works, but the details on it are sketchy, and there's a question of whether Hasselhoff should be involved. We don't even know if the premise will be treated more or less seriously, or if it'll be a more comedic incarnation a la Starsky and Hutch.
Ever since its cancellation in the '80s, Knight Rider has been revived three times, all unsuccessfully: The first was Knight Rider 2000, which brought back KITT as a futuristic red Pontiac, killed off Devon Miles and had Michael Knight pass the torch to a female Knight Rider; it was a failed pilot that was aired as a TV movie. Knight Rider 2010 was another failed pilot/TV movie--it bore little resemblance to the original KR and was more of a Mad Max type premise. The most successful KR revival was Team Knight Rider in the late '90s, which was a direct sequel to the original Knight Rider (and seemed to ignore Knight Rider 2000)--instead of one car and one agent, the Foundation for Law and Government winds up with five heroes and five vehicles (three of which were Fords).
- VictoriaLv 44 years ago
Knight Rider was a 80s tv show in which David Hasselhoff ( who also starred in "Baywatch") starred as Michael Knight who drove a futuristic black Trans-Am called KITT. The car called Kitt, was virtually indestructible and equipped with a computer which talked. There have been "Knight Rider" tv movies, as well as at least two attempted revivals of the tv show with updated versions of KITT with new actors.
- 1 decade ago
Bring it what???? PRESENTS.....
Sort your grammar out mate!!
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- Anonymous1 decade ago
Oh god!!!!!!!! lets hope the hell not!