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An academic psychologist puts his theories on teenage behavior into practice after his book becomes a best seller. Michael Terry, a psychologist who starts up a wilderness ranch in the picturesque Rocky Mountains to help teenagers in trouble with the law. Neon Rider is a series that is currently running and has 5 seasons (65 episodes). The series first aired on September 15, 1989.

Where do I stream Neon Rider online? Neon Rider is available for streaming on FilmRise, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Neon Rider on demand at Apple TV+, Amazon Prime, Amazon, Vudu, Pluto TV online.

FilmRise
5 Seasons, 65 Episodes
September 15, 1989
6.4/10
Cast: Peter Williams, Winston Rekert
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Neon Rider Full Episode Guide

  • Michael gets stage fright when a reporter comes to the ranch, but the kids are more than happy to share their stories.

  • A search-and-rescue mission goes awry, leaving Michael, Eleanor, Vic, Walt and Nicole stranded in a cabin when a severe storm hits.

  • The ranch's Christmas fund disappears. Meanwhile, Eleanor helps a man find his daughter.

  • Vic feels mystically connected to an Indian youth. Meanwhile, Danny has a crush on Justine.

  • A pregnant con artist promises her child to several couples.

  • A young projectionist has movie-inspired fantasies about a ranch girl.

  • An apparent miracle worker attracts devotion from a deeply troubled girl.

  • Walt gets pneumonia. Meanwhile, Michael must sell the ranch.

  • Walt nurses Rose through drug withdrawal. Also, Michael gets a tempting offer.

  • The ranch prepares for a wedding, and Michael's dreams resemble a 1940s movie.

  • The ranch hands take to the field for a celebrity fund-raising softball game. Meanwhile, Pin receives unsettling news that he might be the father of a troubled young boy.

  • Walt's fears about his HIV status leads Amanda to assume that he's rejecting her because she's in a wheelchair. Meanwhile, Michael helps a boy consumed with guilt about the death of his brother.

  • Eleanor unsuccessfully tries to block out memories of being raped.