After a couple of sharks are seen in the bay and just off of the beach, Mitch becomes even more concerned when the greedy owner of a restaurant sponsors a Shark Derby to help promote the restaurant ...
C.J. rescues pro wrestler Hulk Hogan, who then tells her, Cody and the rest of the Baywatch team that he's in town with fellow wrestler Randy Savage in trying to prevent the Venice Boys Youth Center ...
April is devastated by her younger brother Charlie’s terminal illness. Mitch and Hobie want to make sure Charlie's wishes are granted, and that the time he spends with the lifeguards at Baywatch is ...
This long-running series follows the adventures of a team of lifeguards on a crowded resort beach. Veteran lifeguard Mitch Buchannon watches over the younger lifeguards that come and go with each passing season as they keep the beaches safe for vacationers. Frequently he must take action to save them from the raging seas and from the raging tempers that sometimes flare up between the young guards in this stressful job.Written by
Jean-Marc Rocher <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Despite working in the sun for hours daily, some main and supporting characters demonstrate no sign of tanning. Since they aren't shown wearing heavy clothing and they aren't donning hats, this is not possible. See more »
US DVD release replaces some music used in the show, including the theme song. Other releases (ie. the German release by Kinowelt) feature the unaltered episodes. See more »
Okay, sure... we all watched this show for the bodies. I admit that... but I also have to admit that the show itself wasn't too terrible. I can remember enjoying the show's plot and what ensued with the characters as much as the flesh prevalent throughout. For a show to last this long, there had to be at least some modicum of substance in order to keep it afloat (silicone inserts not included!).
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