Kingston: Confidential

Kingston: Confidential
Raymond Burr and Mariette Hartley in the show premiere.
Genre Mystery
Crime drama
Starring Raymond Burr
Composer(s) Henry Mancini (theme)
Pete Rugolo
Richard Shores
Country of origin  United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 13
Production
Executive producer(s) David Victor
Producer(s) Joe L. Cramer
James G. Hirsch
Don Ingalls
Don Nicholl
David J. O'Connell
Running time 60 mins.
Release
Original channel NBC
Original release March 23, 1977 – August 10, 1977

Kingston: Confidential is an American mystery crime drama that aired on NBC for 13 episodes during the spring of 1977, following the success of a 1976 made-for-TV movie entitled Kingston. The series was produced by R.B. Productions, Inc. and Groverton Productions, Inc. in association with Universal Television.

Synopsis

The series starred Raymond Burr as R.B Kingston, a William Randolph Hearst-esque publishing magnate who owns numerous newspapers and TV stations. In his spare time, he, along with a group of employees, solves crimes. Co-starring in the series were Art Hindle, Pamela Hensley, and Linda Galloway.

Episodes

Episode # Episode Title Original Airdate
1 "Shadow Game" March 23, 1977
2 "Eight Columns Across the Top" March 30, 1977
3 "Seed of Corruption" April 6, 1977
4 "Triple Exposure" April 13, 1977
5 "The Boston Shamrock" June 1, 1977
6 "The Rage at Hannibal" June 8, 1977
7 "Golden Girl" June 15, 1977
8 "Welcome to Paradise" June 22, 1977
9 "Monolith" July 6, 1977
10 "The Cult" July 13, 1977
11 "Dateline: Fear City" July 20, 1977
12 "The Night Scene" August 3, 1977
13 "The Anonymous Hero" August 10, 1977

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