+

poster of Walker, Texas Ranger
Rating: 5.2/10 by 83 users

Walker, Texas Ranger (1993)

Walker, Texas Ranger is an American television action crime drama series created by Leslie Greif and Paul Haggis, both starring Chuck Norris as a member of the Texas Ranger Division. The show aired on CBS in the spring of 1993, with the first season consisting of three pilot episodes. Eight full seasons followed with new episodes airing from September 25, 1993 to May 19, 2001 and reruns continuing on CBS until July 28, 2001. It was broadcast in over 100 countries, and has since spawned a made-for-television movie, entitled Trial By Fire. The movie ended on a cliffhanger, which, as of 2013, has not yet been resolved. DVD sets of all seasons have been released. At various times since 1997, reruns of the show have aired, in syndication, on the USA Network and Action in Canada. As of September 13, 2010, the series is shown on WGN America. The show was known for its moral values. For example, the characters refrained from the use of drugs, and they participated in community service. Martial arts were displayed prominently as the primary tool of law enforcement and occasionally as a tool for Walker and company to reach out to the community. The show has since become one of the most popular action shows in television history and has gained a cult following for its camp appeal.

Release Date: Wed, Apr 21, 1993

Country: US
Language: En
Runtime: 45

Chuck Norris
Ranger Cordell Walker
Noble Willingham
Ranger Parker
Judson Mills
Francis Gage
Nia Peeples
Sydney Cooke

Season 9:

Home of the Brave
Episode 1: Home of the Brave (Oct 07, 2000)
After Walker and the gang put an end to a baby kidnapping ring, Walker and Trivette must rescue a group of people including Alex and a young boy who are trapped in a collapsing building.
Deadly Situation
Episode 2: Deadly Situation (Oct 14, 2000)
A rookie officer framed for departmental corruption takes Alex hostage.
White Buffalo
Episode 3: White Buffalo (Oct 21, 2000)
Walker investigates the mystery of a statue that appears to cry real tears. Meanwhile, Gage goes undercover to bust the dealers of a designer drug called "white buffalo."
The Avenging Angel
Episode 4: The Avenging Angel (Oct 28, 2000)
A professional wrestler friend of Trivette's dies, and the Rangers go undercover to investigate the truth about his death.
The Winds of Change (1)
Episode 5: The Winds of Change (1) (Nov 04, 2000)
At a senator's behest, Walker must stop a criminal genius who has infiltrated federal law enforcement computer systems.
Lazarus (2)
Episode 6: Lazarus (2) (Nov 11, 2000)
The Chairman continues to use knowledge gained from his computer hacking to terrorize federal agents, and manages to keep Walker at bay.
Turning Point
Episode 7: Turning Point (Nov 18, 2000)
Walker begins making real progress in ending The Chairman's reign of terror.
Retribution
Episode 8: Retribution (Nov 25, 2000)
In a desperate bid to avoid capture as Walker closes in, The Chairman kidnaps Alex.
Child of Hope
Episode 9: Child of Hope (Dec 09, 2000)
Alex discovers an abandoned infant, and she and Walker become instant parents.
Faith
Episode 10: Faith (Dec 16, 2000)
Walker tracks down a hijacked ambulance containing an urgently needed donor liver.
Golden Boy
Episode 11: Golden Boy (Jan 06, 2001)
Walker tries to keep a promising young boxer from falling in with the wrong crowd. Meanwhile, the Rangers seek to stop an Ecstasy ring.
Desperate Measures
Episode 12: Desperate Measures (Jan 20, 2001)
Four women escape from a bus taking them to Gaitesville Prison. Two of the women and their boyfriends go back to robbing banks. The other two are on the run and end up giving Gage a ride. Alex checks into the case of one of the women, Laura Pope. It looks like her case was mishandled by her attorney.
Division Street
Episode 13: Division Street (Feb 03, 2001)
To help stop gang related activites, Walker organizes basketball tournaments amongst a group of interracial kids.
Saturday Night
Episode 14: Saturday Night (Feb 10, 2001)
Cooke and Gage go undercover in a nightclub to help the owner thwart a group of gangsters looking to take ownership.
Justice for All
Episode 15: Justice for All (Feb 17, 2001)
When a lawyer preparing to file a scathing police brutality lawsuit is found dead, Walker investigates.
6 Hours
Episode 16: 6 Hours (Apr 14, 2001)
The Rangers have six hours to rescue a billionaire's daughter before she is killed—live—over the Internet.
Medieval Crimes
Episode 17: Medieval Crimes (Apr 21, 2001)
Workers at a Medieval-themed restaurant moonlight as fine art and jewelry thieves.
Legends
Episode 18: Legends (Apr 21, 2001)
While kickboxing friends of Walker's visit, the son of a recently jailed mob boss vows revenge on those who put him there--a list that includes Alex.
Unsafe Speed
Episode 19: Unsafe Speed (Apr 28, 2001)
Sydney and Gage use their undercover skills posing as bikers to infiltrate a meth-making gang. (Taken from CBS Homepage)
Without a Sound
Episode 20: Without a Sound (Apr 28, 2001)
When high-tech carjackers wreak havoc in Texas and kill Gage's old high school sweetheart, the Rangers make it their mission to bring the murderers to justice, while Gage learns to deal with his disability with the love and support of Sydney. (Taken from CBS Homepage)
Blood Diamonds
Episode 21: Blood Diamonds (May 05, 2001)
Walker and the Rangers try to intercept a huge black-market arms deal where ""blood diamonds"" are traded for weapons. At the same time, and outbreak of the Ebola virus threatens Alex. (Taken from the CBS Homepage)
Reel Rangers
Episode 22: Reel Rangers (May 05, 2001)
Walker and Alex are so excited about the arrival of their new baby that they start decorating the nursery with everything a baby could want and more. Meanwhile, the Rangers stumble onto a movie set and become stars for a day, and Walker and Trivette participate in a charity motorcycle ride. (Taken from the CBS Homepage)
The Final Show/Down (1)
Episode 23: The Final Show/Down (1) (May 19, 2001)
In the two-hour season finale, a notorious gang Walker put away returns for brutal revenge. The gang escapes from prison and targets each Ranger. As his closest friends are marked for death, Walker is torn between catching the killers or helping his wife, who is rushed to the hospital when she goes into labor. Meanwhile, Trivette reunites with an old flame and prepares to get on one knee and ask for her hand in marriage, and questions are finally answered regarding the infamous Hayes Cooper.
The Final Show/Down (2)
Episode 24: The Final Show/Down (2) (May 19, 2001)
In the two-hour season finale, a notorious gang Walker put away returns for brutal revenge. The gang escapes from prison and targets each Ranger. As his closest friends are marked for death, Walker is torn between catching the killers or helping his wife, who is rushed to the hospital when she goes into labor. Meanwhile, Trivette reunites with an old flame and prepares to get on one knee and ask for her hand in marriage, and questions are finally answered regarding the infamous Hayes Cooper.

My Favorite

Welcome back!