SeaQuest 2032 (1993–1996)
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Captain Nathan Bridger is hauled out of retirement to command the new submarine SeaQuest, under the authority of the United Earth/Oceans Organization. His ship goes up against pirate forces... See full summary »


Irvin Kershner


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Roy Scheider ... Captain Nathan Bridger
Stephanie Beacham ... Dr. Kristin Westphalen
Stacy Haiduk ... Lt. Cmdr. Katherine Hitchcock
Don Franklin ... Commander Jonathan Ford
Jonathan Brandis ... Lucas Wolenczak
John D'Aquino ... Lt. Benjamin Krieg
Royce D. Applegate ... Chief Manilow Crocker
Ted Raimi ... Lt. j.g. Timothy O'Neill
Marco Sanchez ... Sensor Chief Miguel Ortiz
Shelley Hack ... Capt. Marilyn Stark
Scott Coffey ... Bobby
Eric DaRe ... Maxwell
William Morgan Sheppard ... The Professor (as W. Morgan Sheppard)
Rebecca Stanley Rebecca Stanley ... Aunt Jenny
Justine Shapiro Justine Shapiro ... Cmdr. Williams (as Justine Arlin)


Captain Nathan Bridger is hauled out of retirement to command the new submarine SeaQuest, under the authority of the United Earth/Oceans Organization. His ship goes up against pirate forces commanded by Marilyn Stark, a former SeaQuest captain who tried to instigate a war. Written by Brian Barjenbruch

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12 September 1993 (USA) See more »

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Dr. Kristin Westphalen: You're going to fire him out of a torpedo tube?
Capt. Nathan Bridger: Noooo, he's going to *swim* out of a torpedo tube.
Dr. Kristin Westphalen: [pause] I still don't like it.
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This could a been a contender
18 November 2004 | by powersrocSee all my reviews

SeaQuest DSV had all the signs of becoming a science fiction classic. Stephen Spielberg on board as a producer,Rockne O'Bannion who also created the magnificent Farscape was the show's creator. A wonderful cast headed by Roy Scheider,lavish production values,but ultimately the show floundered.The first season was the best even as the show was trying,like all series in their freshman year,to find their way.I find that the most exciting time period in a series.They are still experimenting with the premise & relationships & haven't fallen into the formulaic rut that can take over many sf shows.Somehow this series never seemed to come together for me.You could see the fallout;Roy Scheider wanted out,there was a revolving door for the cast,& they even had the sub abducted to another planet & then later brought back but in the future.All were desperate attempts to remold the show & all of them were atrocious.Some people postulate that the premise of exploring the oceans of the earth simply cannot compare to spaceships exploring the universe.Ironic that both SQ & Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea fell to the same fate after a pretty good first season.It will be unfortunate if nobody attempts another sf show dealing with the seas,as so few series have ever been made.But it may well be a long time before we ever see another stab at this concept.

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