Renegade (1992–1997)
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Renegade 

Reno Raines is a cop who denounced another cop to defend justice, and was subsequently framed by not-so-good cops. Before he can prove his innocence, a murder attempt on his life leaves his... See full summary »

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Harry Wells (as Grand Bush)
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Cletus Hog Adams (as Don Gibb)
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Lt. Barrell (as Art La Fleur)
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Valerie Prentiss
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Reno Raines is a cop who denounced another cop to defend justice, and was subsequently framed by not-so-good cops. Before he can prove his innocence, a murder attempt on his life leaves his fiancée in a vegetative condition. He becomes Vincent Black, a man on the run - for his life, his freedom, and his revenge: a renegade cop. Written by Artemis-9

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19 September 1992 (USA)  »

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Bobby Sixkiller: Only in America, Lieutenant, where every day could be the Wheel of Fortune. George Foreman, a black man raised in the ghetto, eats hamburgers and wins millions. Donald Trump, a white man, raised in a mansion, eats caviar, and loses millions. Ah, what a great country we live in, Lieutenant, where everybody gets a spin at that wheel.
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Lorenzo Lamas is the Renegade in "Renegade: Renegade"!
5 December 2008 | by See all my reviews

Lorenzo Lamas plays a cop who agrees to testify against some dirty colleagues and finds himself targeted for murder. However the man assigned to do the job, a tattooed prison convict, misses him and shoots his fiancé instead. A high-ranking (and dirty) police officer finds the opportunity to frame him for this shooting, as well as for the killing of another (dirty) cop. With the woman he loved in a coma and a warrant issued for his arrest, Lamas tries to track down the convict and crosses paths with a native American bounty hunter (Branscombe Richmond) and his beautiful step-sister (Kathleen Kinmont). All this and more happen in just 44 minutes, which gives you an idea of how exposition-loaded this pilot episode of this surprisingly long-running series is. Nevertheless, it serves as an adequate introduction to the main characters of the series, so I guess it does its job. Kinmont has a rocking body. (**1/2)


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