Rio and his buddy Wiley are supposedly just ordinary pilots working for the Latin American air transport company Air America. In truth, they are undercover secret agents receiving their ... See full summary »
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 Wiley Ferrell 26 episodes, 1998-1999
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 Edward Furman 12 episodes, 1998-1999
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Rio and his buddy Wiley are supposedly just ordinary pilots working for the Latin American air transport company Air America. In truth, they are undercover secret agents receiving their orders directly from the State Department in Washington. As part of their duties they investigate international crime, protect witnesses, rescue people who need rescuing, and occasionally get themselves out of messes that their boss, Furman, keeps getting them into as he tries to line his own pockets. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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3 October 1998 (USA)  »

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On their ID cards, Rio Arnett's birth-date is listed as 7-16-66 and Wiley Ferrell's as 9-13-65. See more »

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It's not meant to be the movie...
17 February 2003 | by See all my reviews

This syndicated tv show was not intended to ape the movie. It's a nice little action show and it's too bad more stations didn't pick it up. Lonzo has had at least 2 syndicated series fail since the long running "Renegade". It's too bad, he is a creditable "B" actor.


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