Three of the most famous sports stars of the day team up to respond to emergencies around the world.








Series cast summary:
Charlie Adler 13 episodes, 1991
Marv Albert 13 episodes, 1991
Jack Angel Jack Angel 13 episodes, 1991
Diana Barrows Diana Barrows 13 episodes, 1991
William Callaway 13 episodes, 1991
Townsend Coleman 13 episodes, 1991
Brian Cummings 13 episodes, 1991
Debi Derryberry 13 episodes, 1991
Dave Fennoy 13 episodes, 1991
Pat Fraley 13 episodes, 1991
Mike Fratello Mike Fratello 13 episodes, 1991
Ben Ryan Ganger 13 episodes, 1991
Ellen Gerstell Ellen Gerstell 13 episodes, 1991
Dan Gilvezan 13 episodes, 1991
Edan Gross 13 episodes, 1991
Dorian Harewood 13 episodes, 1991
Whit Hertford 13 episodes, 1991
Jerry Houser 13 episodes, 1991
Robert Ito 13 episodes, 1991
Richard Karron Richard Karron 13 episodes, 1991
Art Kimbro Art Kimbro 13 episodes, 1991
David L. Lander 13 episodes, 1991
Katie Leigh 13 episodes, 1991
Sherry Lynn 13 episodes, 1991
Tress MacNeille 13 episodes, 1991
Candi Milo 13 episodes, 1991
Robert Morse 13 episodes, 1991
Rob Paulsen 13 episodes, 1991
Hal Rayle Hal Rayle 13 episodes, 1991
Neil Ross 13 episodes, 1991
Ron Rubin 13 episodes, 1991
Justin Shenkarow 13 episodes, 1991
Susan Silo 13 episodes, 1991
R.J. Williams 13 episodes, 1991


Real-life athletic superstars Bo Jackson, Michael Jordan, and Wayne Gretzky join forces as a superhero team. Usually accompanied by their female friend Denise, this Saturday morning cartoon was introduced by live-action clips of Jordan, Jackson, and Gretzky. Written by Tony Meier

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It's all about helping kids.


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The show was initially set to air on ESPN as part of a kids block they were planning on releasing. However, these plans were scrapped and the show was picked up by NBC for Saturday Morning. See more »


[repeated line]
Bo Jackson: Bo knows!
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90's Cheese That is Actually Enjoyable
18 March 2020 | by jeremycrimsonfoxSee all my reviews

ProStars is a cartoon that some consider to be cheesy, but to me, it is actually a good kind of cheese. Made by DiC Entertainment (the company responsible for cartoons like Inspector Gadget and The Super Mario Bros. Super Show), this cartoon, which is among the list of cartoons from 80's and 90's that were one season wonders (or one season stinkers, in regards to some of them), ProStars takes pro athletes Michael Jordan, Wayne Gretzky, and Bo Jackson, and casts them as a team of heroes who are provided sports-themed gadgets by Denise and her mom, two allies created for the show. Each episode involves the three getting a video from a kid who is asking for help, and going to help them, which leads to the three going up against a villain who is causing the trouble to begin with. The final episode is different as it is basically the obligatory clip show episode, which revisits moments from the series.

So basically, the humor is a cheesy, but good, as it usually has puns that most 90's cartoons contain, but also takes advantage of the trend of "Bo Knows" to make it wittier. Also, before and after each episode, the real Wayne and Bo (Michael never appeared in the show in live-action show, presumably because he would be too expensive) to not only talk about the episode plot, but also answer questions by kids. It's a neat cartoon that I wished continued.

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14 September 1991 (USA) See more »

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