Soldier of Fortune (1997)

1h
Running Time

2
Seasons

37
Episodes

September 27, 1997
Release Date

TV
IMDb ratings
6.9
Soldier of Fortune

Soldier of Fortune (1997)

1h
Running Time

2
Seasons

37
Episodes

September 27, 1997
Release Date

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Network & Production Companies
Jerry Bruckheimer Films

Plot.

Soldier of Fortune, Inc. was a television show created by Dan Gordon which ran for two seasons, from 1997–1999 The show was about an elite team who performed "unofficial" missions for the US Government. During the first season, the show dealt with terrorists and drug lords, and often tackled issues such as patriotism and self-sacrifice. For the second season, the show was renamed SOF: Special Ops Force. Andrews and Sheppard left the show. Dennis Rodman and David Eigenberg replaced them, though their "hip" characters and new plots led many to abandon the show, leading to its cancellation. The theme song was performed by Trevor Rabin. During the second season, a voice-over by Peter Graves was added.

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Details.

Release Date
September 27, 1997

Original Name
Soldier of Fortune, Inc.

Status
Ended

Seasons
2

Episodes
37

Running Time
1h

Content Rating
NR

Genres

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Soldier of Fortune, Inc. is an American action-adventure television series which ran in syndication from 1997 to 1998, about an elite team (composed of mostly former military personnel) who performed "unofficial" missions for the U.S. Government. The series was created by Dan Gordon, and was produced by Don Simpson/Jerry Bruckheimer Films (the company's first venture into television) and Rysher Entertainment.

During the first season, the show dealt with terrorists and drug lords, and often tackled issues such as patriotism and self-sacrifice. The primary cast included Brad Johnson, Tim Abell, Melinda Clarke, Réal Andrews, Mark Sheppard, and David Selby. For the second season, the show was renamed SOF: Special Ops Force. Andrews and Sheppard left the show. Dennis Rodman and David Eigenberg replaced them, though their "hip" characters and new plots led many to abandon the show, leading to its cancellation.

The theme song was performed by Trevor Rabin. During the second season, an introductory voice-over by an uncredited Peter Graves was added.

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