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Steven Long Mitchell ... (created by) (86 episodes, 1996-2000) Steven Long Mitchell ... (writer) (86 episodes, 1996-2000) Steven Long Mitchell ... (written by) (86 episodes, 1996-2000) Craig W. Van Sickle ... (created by) (86 episodes, 1996-2000) Craig W. Van Sickle ... (writer) (86 episodes, 1996-2000) Craig W. Van Sickle ... (written by) (86 episodes, 1996-2000) Tommy Thompson ... (writer) (13 episodes, 1996-2000) Tommy Thompson ... (teleplay) (13 episodes, 1996-2000) Juan Carlos Coto ... (writer) (13 episodes, 1996-1999) Juan Carlos Coto ... (teleplay) (13 episodes, 1996-1999) Harry Dunn ... (writer) (7 episodes, 1997-2000) Harry Dunn ... (story editor) (7 episodes, 1997-2000) Mark M. Dodson ... (writer) (7 episodes, 1998-2000) Mark M. Dodson ... (written by) (7 episodes, 1998-2000) Lawrence Meyers ... (6 episodes, 1996-2000) Lawrence Meyers ... (writer) (6 episodes, 1996-2000) Daniel Truly ... (writer) (6 episodes, 1998-2000) Javier Grillo-Marxuach ... (writer) (5 episodes, 1996-1997) Javier Grillo-Marxuach ... (teleplay) (5 episodes, 1996-1997) Andrew Dettmann ... (5 episodes, 1998-2000) Tony Blake ... (writer) (3 episodes, 1997-1998) Paul Jackson ... (writer) (3 episodes, 1997-1998) Eric Morris ... (executive story editor) (3 episodes, 1997-1998) Eric Morris ... (story) (3 episodes, 1997-1998) Eric Morris ... (writer) (3 episodes, 1997-1998) Kimberly Costello ... (writer) (2 episodes, 1996-1997) Tyler Bensinger ... (writer) (2 episodes, 1997-1998) Chris Ruppenthal ... (teleplay) (2 episodes, 1997) Chris Ruppenthal ... (writer) (2 episodes, 1997) Curt Johnson ... (writer) (2 episodes, 1998-2000) Ivan Tell ... (story) (2 episodes, 1998) Ivan Tell ... (writer) (2 episodes, 1998) Ethan Lawrence ... (writer) (2 episodes, 2000) Rick Wallace ... (creative consultant) (1 episode, 1996) David Kemper ... (story) (1 episode, 1997) Debra Pratt ... (writer) (1 episode, 1997) Terri Treas ... (writer) (1 episode, 1997) Michael Zand ... (writer) (1 episode, 1997) Denise Dobbs ... (writer) (1 episode, 1998) Guy Zimmerman ... (writer) (1 episode, 1998) Dave Alan Johnson ... (writer) (1 episode, 1999) Joel Metzger ... (writer) (1 episode, 1999)

Someone to Trust
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Episode Info

Jarod poses as a professional arsonist to expose a corrupt lawyer, only to find himself falling for the lawyer's wife (Julia Campbell).

  • Genres:

    Fantasy, Drama, Sci-Fi

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  • Air Date:

    Nov 7, 1998

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The Pretender Season 4

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Episode Info

Jarod poses as a Secret Service agent to find out who killed a good friend who helped him escape from the perilous Centre.

  • Genres:

    Fantasy, Drama, Sci-Fi

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  • Air Date:

    Feb 5, 2000

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    The Pretender was an action drama television series created by Steven Long Mitchell and Craig W. Van Sickle. It aired on NBC from 1996 2000 as part of the network’s action programming block, Thrillogy.

    The series was about Jarod, a man who is on the run as a “Pretender,” which is an impostor who is able to master any skill necessary to impersonate a member of any profession including a doctor or a lawyer. “Pretenders” live at The Centre, a think tank that kidnapped Jarod when he was younger to exploit his abilities.  The character was played by actor Michael T. Weiss.

    After the show was canceled, TNT aired two TV movies that continued the storyline: The Pretender 2001 and The Pretender: Island of the Haunted, which were both released in 2001. In 2013, Mitchell and Sickle continued the storyline with a series of books and graphic novels.

    Scroll through the gallery below to find out what the cast of The Pretender is up to now!

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    Michael T. Weiss

    While Jarod became a hero by impersonating a member of any profession he chose, Michael, 58, made an impression as an actor by choosing to split time between theater and voicing heroes in a slew of animated shows including Justice League and The Legend of Tarzan, where he got to portray the King
    of the Jungle.

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    Andrea Parker

    Though Miss Parker was determined to track down an escaped Jarod for the Centre, Andrea, 50, captured a number of roles for herself. Along with two TNT Pretender movies, she’s starred on TV’s Less Than Perfect and Pretty Little Liars and had recurring roles on Desperate Housewives and Red Band Society.

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    Patrick Bauchau

    Following his days as the Centre’s lead psychiatrist Sydney, Patrick, 81, didn’t mind taking supporting roles in movies such as The Cell, Secretary,Panic Room and Ray, as well as TV’s Carnivàle and The Affair. In 2022, he’ll be celebrating his 60th wedding anniversary with wife Mijanou Bardot, Brigitte Bardot’s younger sister.

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    Jon Gries

    After playing the Centre’s resident computer genius Broots, Jon, 62, showed he could hack just about any role that came his way. He’s appeared on TV shows from 24 and Lost to The Bridge and Dream Corp LLC, as well as in over 50 films — most notably, as Uncle Rico in Napoleon Dynamite and Casey in the Taken films.


    The Pretender (TV series)

    American action television series

    The Pretender is an American actiondrama television series created by Steven Long Mitchell and Craig W. Van Sickle, that aired on NBC from September 19, 1996, to May 13, 2000.

    The series follows Jarod, a young man who is a "Pretender", a genius impostor able to quickly master the complex skill sets necessary to impersonate a member of any profession. Being kidnapped as a child by The Centre, a sinister think tank located in the fictional Blue Cove, Delaware, who exploited his Pretender abilities; Jarod escapes as an adult, and goes on the run. He is chased by a trio of Centre agents: Miss Parker, the daughter of a pivotal figure within The Centre; Sydney, a Centre psychologist who raised Jarod; and Broots, a Centre computer expert. In each episode, Jarod assumes a new professional identity (e.g., doctor, lawyer, soldier, pilot) to investigate a crime framed on someone else, and deliver justice to the actual culprits. In the meanwhile, Jarod searches for his origins, and leads Miss Parker, Sydney, and Broots on a chase to discover the dark secrets of The Centre – including how they are involved in the death of Miss Parker's mother.

    The series was inspired by serial impostorFerdinand Waldo Demara.[1] A part of the network's Saturday night lineup, NBC cancelled the series after four seasons. TNT ordered two sequel television films that aired in 2001: The Pretender 2001 and The Pretender: Island of the Haunted. In 2013, creators Steven Long Mitchell and Craig W. Van Sickle began updating the story with a series of books and graphic novels; the first, The Pretender: Rebirth, was published on October 7.


    Jarod (Michael T. Weiss) is a child prodigy who is abducted at a young age and raised in a think tank called the Centre, based in the fictional town of Blue Cove, Delaware. Told that his parents have died, Jarod is assigned to the care of a man named Sydney (Patrick Bauchau), a psychiatrist working for the Centre. During Jarod's youth, Sydney mentors the boy and regularly coaches him through complex simulations designed to exploit his intellect for real life application. But as an adult, Jarod discovers that the Centre is using data gathered from his responses for nefarious purposes, such as illegal black ops and engineering the deaths of others. Feeling responsible, Jarod escapes the Centre. Soon afterward, he discovers that the people whom he had long believed to be his parents actually were not, as Jarod has an anomaly in his blood that a father or mother would share — which neither of his supposed parents do.

    The Centre assigns a team to recapture Jarod, consisting of Sydney, computer expert Broots (Jon Gries), and "Miss Parker" (Andrea Parker), a dogged and formidable operative who was raised in the Centre and knew Jarod as a child. Though she is no longer an active field operative, she is "recalled from Corporate" during the pilot episode[2] and put in charge of Jarod's recapture; in exchange, she would get to leave The Centre. While Sydney feels loyalty to Jarod and wishes his safe return, Miss Parker is under orders to "preferably" bring him in alive and will not hesitate to use deadly force. Fearing for Jarod's safety, Sydney at times undermines Miss Parker and will directly prevent her from using lethal methods to prevent Jarod's continued evasion of his pursuers. In the pilot, Parker questions Sydney's commitment to the Centre, telling him he can be a scientist for the Centre or "mommy" to Jarod, but not both.

    Despite The Centre's resources, Jarod often stays a step or two ahead of his pursuers. While tracking down clues to his past and his parents, Jarod also targets criminals who have gone unpunished or undetected by the law. Through assumed identities (which involve different surnames, but always "Jarod" as a first name), he uncovers the truth about these crimes, and lures the perpetrators into staged set-ups that emulate the harm they have done to others, and forces them to confess their crimes. At times, he leaves Miss Parker and Sydney deliberate clues ("breadcrumbs") that point to the criminals he is targeting and why. During his adventures, Jarod also discovers the joys of the childhood he was denied while being raised in isolation — such as bubblegum, ice cream, a Slinky, and Silly Putty — that are often used in these traps. Meanwhile, Miss Parker, Sydney, and Broots learns more about The Centre's dark secrets, and how the institution was involved in the death of Miss Parker's mother.

    Series finale[edit]

    Though Jarod learns more about his family, there are still unanswered questions when the series ends after four seasons. The series finale closed with both characters being nearby an exploding bomb. The ending did not reveal whether Jarod and/or Miss Parker survived the blast. The next year, the telemovie The Pretender 2001 picked up directly from this cliffhanger, leading into Jarod's next adventure.



    Loyalty is a recurring theme in the series. During the first season, Jarod sends Miss Parker evidence that she too has been manipulated by the organization, which is led by her father ("Mr. Parker"). Miss Parker discovers that she has been lied to about her mother's death, and The Centre was actually involved in her death (which she had been told was suicide). Although her loyalty wavers on her quest for answers, and some specific periods – most notably during early season two, when her father disappears and is replaced by Mr. Lyle and Brigitte – it never completely falters.

    Similarly, Sydney's loyalty to The Centre wavers upon its actions. Having raised Jarod, Sydney feels a unique bond to Jarod, and is unwilling to harm him to recapture him. This rift increases when he discovers truths about what the organization – specifically Mr. Raines – has done to Jarod, other Pretender children, and his twin brother, Jacob, who is his only family.


    Having been kidnapped as a young child and raised in The Centre, Jarod has little memory of his life before being taken by The Centre. He yearns to find the identity The Centre kept him from having, and to reunite with his family. Similarly, Miss Parker struggles with her identity throughout the series, after The Centre's dark secrets affect her own family, such as learning she has a twin brother, and the circumstances surrounding death of her mother.

    She learns from Jarod that she was lied to about how her mother Catherine Parker had died. Further revelations are made concerning Miss Parker's origins and her brother. This puts her in a parallel to Jarod's quest of discovery, and at times her loyalty wavers, though it never falters. When she and Jarod do share a romantic moment, Jarod questions if this will change things and Miss Parker replies it will not. "You run, I chase."


    See also: List of The Pretender characters



    The pilot was filmed in and around Toronto, Ontario, Canada.[3] The building used as "The Centre" in transition sequences is the R. C. Harris Water Treatment Plant. Following the pilot, the series moved production to Los Angeles.

    In the Spring of 1999, the series was sold into syndication to TNT and The WB.[4][5]

    After the series was cancelled in May 2000, a fan campaign for the series to continue prompted negotiations involving the show's creators and both NBC and TNT. In October 2000, TNT greenlit two television films – The Pretender 2001 and Island of the Haunted – which aired on TNT in January and December 2001, respectively.[6][7] However, both movies ended with an unresolved cliffhanger, and TNT opted not to order any more movies.

    The creators of the show, Steven Mitchell and Craig van Sickle stated in an interview on the French DVD of the telemovies that an ending was written for the series; they just needed financing to create it.[citation needed] In a September 2007 interview on the miniseries Tin Man, Mitchell and van Sickle noted that fans were still requesting an ending and that it would happen "soon" due to a relationship with "Strange Highway" Entertainment. They also noted that the story line would continue digitally on the web.[8] On May 21, 2008, van Sickle again expressed interest in having a final episode or film to finish the series, and asked fans to continue to be patient until it happens.[9]

    Novels and Rebirth of series[edit]

    On July 8, 2013, it was announced through The Pretender Creators Facebook page that The Pretender will be reborn and that on July 19 at 2 P.M. PDT will be the official announcement to the fans worldwide on details of the first exciting way The Pretender will be reborn.[10]

    On July 19, Steve and Craig announced to the world that they will be bringing back the Pretender in several new ways: books first, then graphic novels and then mini-series/movies, as stated in their interview:[11]

    The first Pretender novel Rebirth was released on September 22, 2013, in eBook and paperback through Amazon.[12] The second Pretender novel Saving Luke was released on May 12, 2014, in eBook and paperback, also through Amazon.[13]

    Episodes and Nielsen ratings[edit]

    Main article: List of The Pretender episodes

    SeasonU.S. ratingsNetworkRank
    11996–977.2 millionNBC#89
    21997–9811.4 millionNBC#59
    31998–9910.0 millionNBC#71
    41999–20008.7 millionNBC#75

    Awards and nominations[edit]


    FAITA Award (also known as First Americans in the Arts Awards):

    • Outstanding Guest Performance by an Actor in a TV Drama Series – Tyler Christopher (2001)

    Young Artist Awards:

    • Best Performance in a TV Drama Series — Guest Starring Young Actor – Seth Adkins (1999)
    • Best Performance in a TV Drama Series — Supporting Young Actor – Ryan Merriman (1998–1999)

    Emmy Awards:

    Golden Satellite Award:

    • Best TV Series—Drama (1998–1999)
    • Best Performance by an Actor in a Drama Series – Michael T. Weiss (1998–1999)
    • Best Performance by an Actress in a Drama Series – Andrea Parker (1999)

    Saturn Award:

    • Best Genre TV Actor – Michael T. Weiss (1998)

    Young Artist Award:

    • Best Performance in a TV Drama Series for Guest Starring Young Actor – Zachary Browne (1998)
    • Best Performance in a TV Drama Series for Guest Starring Young Actress – Caitlin Wachs (2000)
    • Best Performance in a TV Drama Series for Guest Starring Young Actress – Ashley Peldon (1999)
    • Best Performance in a TV Drama Series for Young Actor – Ryan Merriman (1997)
    • Best Performance in a TV Drama Series for Young Actress – Ashley Peldon (1997)

    YoungStar Award:

    • Best Performance by a Young Actor in a Drama TV Series – Ryan Merriman (1997,1999–2000)

    Home media[edit]

    20th Century Fox Home Entertainment released all 4 seasons on DVD in Region 1 between 2005–2006.[14][15][16][17] They also released the two Pretender movies together as a set on March 13, 2007.[18] All 4 seasons were re-released on May 26, 2009, with new packaging.

    All episodes from the first two seasons are available for purchase online through's video on demand service.[19][20]


    Thrillogy was a short lived sci-fi/action programming block on NBC's Saturday night that debuted in Fall of 1996 with three action/sci-fi series: Dark Skies, The Pretender, and Profiler. When Dark Skies was cancelled before the 1996–97 television season was over, NBC attempted to keep the Thrillogy block intact for the 1997–98 season by inserting the new series Sleepwalkers.[21] However, the series was cancelled after the airing of only two episodes, and NBC dropped the Thrillogy marketing. The Pretender and Profiler continued airing together on Saturday nights, earning respectable ratings for NBC.

    At the midseason point of the 1999–2000 season, NBC reintroduced the Thrillogy lineup with the addition of paranormal series The Others .[22] However, NBC cancelled the entire lineup at the end of the season. The Thrillogy concept aired for less than the equivalent of two full seasons over a four season period.

    Profiler crossovers[edit]

    Michael T. Weiss portrayed Jarod on the TV series Profiler during an NBC crossover event. The first half of the plot unfolded on The Pretender (season 3, episode 19 "End Game"), in which two lead characters from Profiler, Dr. Samantha "Sam" Waters (Ally Walker) and Bailey Malone (Robert Davi) guest-starred. The conclusion takes place in an episode of Profiler (season 3, episode 19 "Grand Master") in which Weiss guest starred; Jarod's alias at the time is Jarod Doyle, a police officer.

    Two additional crossovers took place the following season; Walker departed from the series, and was replaced with new profiler Rachel Burke (Jamie Luner). The first crossover takes place on The Pretender (season 4, episode 10 "Spin Doctor") and concludes on Profiler (season 4, episode 10 "Clean Sweep"), where Jarod had a short lived romance with Burke. Weiss later appeared as Jarod on another episode of Profiler (season 4, episode 18 "Pianissimo"); however, The Pretender did not air another crossover episode.

    See also[edit]

    • T.H.E. Cat—a forerunner of the "expert(s) help(s) people in trouble" genre


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    9. ^"An Update for all "The Pretender" Fans from Series Co-creator – Slice of SciFi". March 21, 2008.
    10. ^"The Pretender Creators".
    11. ^"#SDCC Exclusive: The Pretender Returns! The Comic Con Announcement From Creators Steven Long Mitchell and Craig W. Van Sickle – Fan Voice". Archived from the original on September 27, 2013.
    12. ^Mitchell, Steven Long; Van Sickle, Craig W. (September 22, 2013). The Pretender – Rebirth. ISBN .
    13. ^ The Pretender-Saving Luke. ISBN .
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