7.5
47 votes
Forever Knight

Forever Knight

CBS 1992

800-year-old vampire Nick Knight quests for redemption as a cop in Toronto, trying to hide his vampiric nature from the rest of the world.

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The 10 Best Episodes of Forever Knight

Forever Knight - S1E8

#1 - Cherry Blossoms

7.91

Season 1 - Episode 8

A woman targetted in a mob hit in Chinatown escapes, but in critical condition. Nick must find her before the mobsters do, but he gets no help or trust from an ancient acupuncturist who is hiding and caring for the victim, and who recognizes Nick as the monster who killed his mother 75 years ago.

The episode was rated from 11 votes.

Forever Knight - S1E1

#2 - Dark Knight (1)

7.86

Season 1 - Episode 1

Someone is killing a number of homeless people and draining their blood. Then a museum guard is killed the same way and a special artifact is stolen, a Mayan cup that Nick believes can help him become mortal again. Nick suspects that his old mentor Lacroix is in town and behind the murders. Forced into a partnership with the unbearable Detective Schanke, Nick has to face both Lacroix and the Homeless Killer while trying to protect his friends.

The episode was rated from 37 votes.

Forever Knight - S1E2

#3 - Dark Knight: The Second Chapter (2)

7.83

Season 1 - Episode 2

Someone is killing a number of homeless people and draining their blood. Then a museum guard is killed the same way and a special artifact is stolen, a Mayan cup that Nick believes can help him become mortal again. Nick suspects that his old mentor Lacroix is in town and behind the murders. Forced into a partnership with the unbearable Detective Schanke, Nick has to face both Lacroix and the Homeless Killer while trying to protect his friends.

The episode was rated from 23 votes.

Forever Knight - S1E10

#4 - Dead Air

7.80

Season 1 - Episode 10

Someone's calling CTOK radio's on-air psychiatrist and murdering women on the air. Dr. Noble comes to Nick's aid -- to Stonetree's dismay -- while Schanke searches through psychiatric records. Noble thinks the killer is acting out a murderous fantasy -- one that may involve her.

The episode was rated from 10 votes.

Forever Knight - S1E6

#5 - Dying to Know You

7.77

Season 1 - Episode 6

The wife and daughter of a well-known philanthropist are kidnapped and held for ransom, and psychic Denise Fort is brought in help Nick and Schanke with the case. Her powers are genuine, and therein lies the problem: she keeps picking up flashes of Nick's "other life", and Nick feels torn about whether or not to reveal himself to her, since she thinks it's a sign that she's having a breakdown. Nick's recollections of a similar situation in Puritan New England make him determined that Denise won't share th e fate of his mortal friend from that time.

The episode was rated from 13 votes.

Forever Knight - S1E5
#6 - Dance By The Light Of The Moon
7.75
Season 1 - Episode 5

A beautiful young woman is able to exert an almost supernatural control over men, driving them to commit criminal acts for her amusement. Nick manages to catch up with her, but will his own powers help prevent him from also falling under her spell?

The episode was rated from 16 votes.
Forever Knight - S1E3
#7 - For I Have Sinned
7.74
Season 1 - Episode 3

Another serial killer, this time preying on young women who all attend the same church. In order to catch him, Nick must try to overcome his fear and loathing of the Church and its symbols. Meanwhile, flashbacks to 15th Century France show Nick's encounter with a young peasant girl doomed to become a martyr when her claims that God spoke to her result in the Church branding her as a heretic and condemning her to burn at the stake. Nick offers her his version of immortality, but she refuses in favor of her own belief in life after death.

The episode was rated from 19 votes.
Forever Knight - S1E4
#8 - Last Act
7.71
Season 1 - Episode 4

A young woman dies, and all evidence points to suicide. Nick, however, has a gut feeling that it was murder, but seems unable to prove it. Added to his stack of unsolved crimes, it makes Nick question his own feelings of self-worth, especially after hearing about another, real suicide: that of one of his "old friends". Nick must search through his memories of their relationship of centuries past to determine why she killed herself, and why he shouldn't.

The episode was rated from 21 votes.
Forever Knight - S3E17
#9 - Avenging Angel
7.71
Season 3 - Episode 17

A woman is brutally murdered in her daughter's room at a shelter for battered woman. Her daughter, Julie, is a traumatized eyewitness to the slaying and identifies her father as the killer. Despite her account, Nick and Tracy are unable to find enough evidence to hold or indict him. As they search for the truth, an "avenging angel" decided to take justice into her own hands.

The episode was rated from 7 votes.
Forever Knight - S3E21
#10 - Ashes to Ashes
7.71
Season 3 - Episode 21

When an anonymous tip leads NIck to a "headless corpse" in the Raven, it is only the beginning of a deadly game, with vampires as the target. Nick soon discovers the ultimate target in these murders is LaCroix. Anyone and everyone who is close to LaCroix are being killed. When LaCroix reveals that the perpetrator is Divia, his daughter and master who he betrayed long ago, it becomes a race against time for Nick to find her before she comes for him or LaCroix.

The episode was rated from 7 votes.

Last updated: oct 09, 2020

Comments

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Tried to force my way through this show but I had to end my suffering during episode 13. This show is too long and too boring with long stretches of nothing happening while Knight contemplates. The flashbacks are tedious and the story (so far) was monotonous. I watch a lot of Vampire / Werewolf / Witch based shows and the worst by far are the "Vampire who hates being a Vampire" shows. I'm assuming Angel was influenced by this because it's basically the same thing but Angel does this so much better. I hated Angel at first too but I gave Angel 6 episodes before I became interested enough to like it. MAYBE this show begins to become interesting after episode 13 but I'm not going to waste anymore time on it.

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Forever Knight was on Tuesday nights at 23:30 or 00:00, depending. It was one of the "Crimetime after Primetime" series before CBS sold out to crybaby david letterman. There is no comparison between the quality of the 2 programs. Forever Knight was a +9 or 10. Whereas if you could stomach letterman the raving egotist, the few shows I saw were mostly -7 or -8. CBS traded down in quality. It's too bad another network didn't pick up Forever Knight and continue it. I miss do-gooders Nikola, Nat, Janine in the Raven, and even Skanky and LeCroix. Characters grew on you. Most stories were quite good. Acting was as fine as or better than any acting anywhere, and made you feel the people were real and actually the folks they depicted. Scene shot composition was usually high quality. Flashbacks of Nick, Janine and LeCroix added a sense of history. Good music added apropos atmosphere.

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