A list of all TV shows produced by Quinn Martin, listed alphabetically with pictures from the show when available. Quinn Martin have produced a lot of successful television programs, and this list highlights some of the best ones. This list of TV programs produced by Quinn Martin includes any TV shows co-produced by Quinn Martin with other people or companies. Television fanatics can use this list to find some Quinn Martin TV shows that they haven't seen before. Producers don't often get credit for great TV series but they are an integral part of the creation process.
Examples of items on this list include The Fugitive and The Streets of San Francisco.This list answers the questions, "What TV shows has Quinn Martin produced?" and "What are the best Quinn Martin produced shows?"
A Man Called Sloane is an American secret agent adventure television series that aired on NBC during the 1979-1980 television season. It was a Woodruff Production in association with QM Productions, and became the final series produced by Quinn Martin's company to debut. It is also one of only three QM series not to have an announcer accompanying the opening titles and the only one not to have a "Tonight's Episode" card or the "Act I/II/III/IV/Epilog" formatting. The series starred Robert Conrad as Thomas R. Sloane III, a freelance spy who takes on occasional assignments for UNIT, a secret American intelligence operation run by "The Director," played by Dan O'Herlihy. The secret entrance to ...more on Wikipedia
Actors: Robert Conrad, Dan O'Herlihy, Ji-Tu Cumbuka
Number of Seasons: 1see more on A Man Called Sloane
Banyon is a detective series broadcast in the United States by NBC as part of its 1972-73 television schedule, though a standalone two-hour television movie was broadcast first in March 1971. The series was a Quinn Martin Production, the first-ever show Martin made for the NBC network. Banyon was a period drama set in the late 1930s in Los Angeles. It concerned the life of private investigator Miles C. Banyon, a tough-but-honest detective who would accept essentially any case for US$20/day. Located in the same complex as Banyon's office was the secretarial school operated by Peggy Revere. By an agreement between Banyon and Revere, part of the training provided to these young women was a ...more on Wikipedia
Actors: Robert Forster, Joan Blondell, Richard Jaeckel
Number of Seasons: 1see more on Banyon
Barnaby Jones is a television detective series starring Buddy Ebsen and Lee Meriwether as a father and daughter-in-law who run a private detective firm in Los Angeles, California. The show ran on CBS from January 28, 1973 to April 3, 1980, beginning as a mid-season replacement. William Conrad guest-starred as Frank Cannon of Cannon on the first episode of Barnaby Jones, "Requiem for a Son" and the two series had a two-part crossover episode in 1975, "The Deadly Conspiracy." The series was produced by QM Productions, and lasted longer than any other QM series except The FBI. ...more on Wikipedia
Actors: Lee Meriwether, Buddy Ebsen, John Carter, Mark Shera
Number of Seasons: 8
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Bert D'Angelo Superstar
Bert D'Angelo/Superstar is an American police drama that aired on ABC on Saturday Nights from February 21 to July 10, 1976. The series was produced by Quinn Martin. The series spun off from The Streets of San Francisco, although the episode which introduced the character had its first airing on March 4, 1976, after the spinoff premiered. It was screened in Britain on BBC1 in the summer of 1976. ...more on Wikipedia
Actors: Stefanie Powers, Paul Sorvino, Robert Pine, Dennis Patrick