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Universal Settles Profit Dispute Over 'Knight Rider,' 'Battlestar Galactica'

21 December 2015 10:31 AM, PST | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Universal has struck a settlement with the heirs of the late Glen Larson, the prolific producer of Knight Rider, Six Million Dollar Man, Magnum P.I., Battlestar Galactica and other shows. The agreement stops a huge "Hollywood accounting" trial set to open in January. Larson's lawsuit was filed in 2011 and alleged he was denied profit participation on shows earning hundreds of millions of dollars. "Indeed, as the shows make more money for Universal, the deficit that Larson Productions must overcome continually increases,” the complaint states. "It’s Hollywood’s version of being a sharecropper." Universal defended the lawsuit by raising the

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1980s TV show ‘Knight Rider’ gets a hot revamp via Idw

4 June 2015 7:57 AM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Knight Rider #1-8

Written by Geoffrey Thorne and Shannon Eric Denton

Illustrated by Jason Johnson and Brian Denham

Colored by Sai Studios and Milen Parvanov

Lettered by Andworld Design

Edited by Kristen Fitzner Denton

Published by Idw

In the mid-1980s, one of the hot topics in the school yard was which car was better, the Dukes of Hazard’s General Lee or Knight Rider’s Kitt. To just about any kid growing up in the 80s, Kitt was the clear winner considering it boasted turbo boosts, ejector seats, a bulletproof body, and a super-sophisticated artificial intelligence that could control the car without needing a driver behind the wheel. And that artificial intelligence, voiced by William Daniels, was just as charismatic as costar David Hasselhoff, who played Michael Knight, the infamous “man who does not exist.” The show is cheesy – as most shows from the 80s are – but brilliant all »

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