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Stingray, The Complete Series is a dramatic crime television show. It is about a man named Ray who drives a Stingray corvette. Ray has a dark past as a secret agent. He helps those in trouble. He will not take money for his services but demands payment in the form of a favor in the future. These favors may be dangerous as well as difficult.

The focus of this show is on the main character, Ray. In each episode he helps someone with whatever is troubling them. He uses his contacts and calls in whatever favors he needs but he must accomplish the task at hand.

Stingray, The Complete Series is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (25 episodes). The series first aired on July 14, 1985.

Where do I stream Stingray, The Complete Series online? Stingray, The Complete Series is available for streaming on Stephen J. Cannell, Inc., both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Stingray, The Complete Series on demand at , Tubi TV online.

Stephen J. Cannell, Inc.
1 Season, 25 Episodes
July 14, 1985
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Stingray, The Complete Series Full Episode Guide

  • Ray comes to the aid of a crop duster pilot who gets caught in the middle when two rival marijuana growers insist that he poisoned the other's fields.

  • Ray must rescue the father of a Soviet defector who is being held captive by the Russians in the hold of an ocean liner.

  • Ray travels to Vietnam where an exploding bomb blinds him, hindering his search for a statue which can provide clues to the whereabouts of American MIA's.

  • Ray helps the principal of an urban high school prevent a gang war from erupting.

  • Ray gets drawn into a case of a drugged-up TV star, Ty Gardiner, who tries to hire him despite Ray's misgivings. Turns out Gardiner's name and celebrity were used by his unscrupulous partner to rip off both the Mafia and the Yakuza. Now that the partner has disappeared, Gardiner is left holding the bag with both sides trying to kill him, and the Feds looking for him as well.

  • Ray goes undercover as an instructor at a military academy to help a student who witnessed his classmates commit murder.

  • Ray helps a retarded man by going undercover as a dock worker at the dock where his father was killed in a suspicious accident.

  • Ray attempts to resolve a dispute between a land developer and Indians who claim the proposed building site is on sacred ground.

  • Ray ends up in real trouble when he gets involved in a fantasy case made up by an author who needed an idea for his book.

  • After a TV reporter who Ray refused to help is killed, Ray decides to find out what the man was working on.

  • An artist, a former client of Ray's, is getting threatening calls from a stalker who Ray helped her out with, years before. In fact, the guy apparently died during his final encounter with Ray the last time around. The trail leads to a relative of the first stalker who is trying to get revenge.

  • Ray recreates a space isolation experiment to try and clear an old friend of murder charges which stem from the fact he was the sole survivor of the first experiment.

  • Women are mysteriously being murdered by a serial killer. Each of them advertised for help using an ad for a black Stingray Corvette, and the murderer drives around in a Stingray. One of Ray's former clients, a councilwoman, helps to bring him in. Ray pulls in a favor or two to get out of jail, and begins to investigate. He eventually finds out that an old friend from his mysterious past, Edward Benton, is trying to get revenge on him. During a mission in East Germany, Benton was left behind and imprisoned and tortured as a spy. Now he is seeking to even the score. Ray tracks him down and rather then let himself capture, Benton drives his car into a wall.

  • After the head chemist at a pharmaceutical company hires Ray to look into lethal drugs being made for sale in Africa, he vanishes without a trace.

  • When a series of brutal prostitute murders seem to follow a revival crusade around, Ray goes undercover as a minister and gets blamed for the latest murder.

  • While relaxing at one of his favor-ower's homes, Ray finds himself drawn into a plan by an ailing doctor to let loose a highly virulent strain of smallpox when one victim literally pulls up in front of the house. Fighting against time and the possibility of his own contagious infection, Ray dodges corrupt government officials trying to cover up the incident as he tries to prevent the scientist from infecting the local water supply with the smallpox.

  • In order to substantiate claims that a Soviet helicopter is taking patients away from a mental hospital, Ray has himself committed there.

  • Ray is put on the defensive when an old enemy attacks him via college students who have been programmed to kill.

  • Ray is brought in by the police, only to find out that the Captain, Nelson Riskin, wants to "hire" him, favor for favor. Riskin is being framed for his wife's murder. Helped by Riskin's assistant Candace, Ray goes undercover in a variety of guises. He eventually finds out that Riskin had incriminating information on a former Police Chief, Donald Dixon, who is now running for governor. Dixon and his squad of policemen framed Riskin. Ray escapes an execution squad, and reveals the evidence to Dixon's political backer. Dixon and his head goon try to escape, only to be stopped by Ray. At the end, Riskin is cleared but is unaware that Candace is romantically interested in him.

  • Ray goes undercover at a hospital as a surgeon to discover the cause of missing records for patients who are dying there under mysterious circumstances.

  • On the trail of a missing fieldworker Ray discovers a marijuana farm whose owners kill the workers when the harvest is over.

  • In part 2, Ray manages to infiltrate the druglord's operation by posing as a rich Texan. Unfortunately, his cover is blown and he is subject to the same mental-retardation process as the druglord's other victims. Ray manages to resist the technique by focusing on similar tortures he underwent as a POW in Vietnam. In the end, Ray uses the druglord's own gold-plated car to crush him before he can make his escape to international waters. At the end, Ray disappears as mysteriously as he came, leaving D.A. Delgado to wonder who he really was.

  • An attractive district attorney asks Ray for help in dealing with a Mexican crime lord responsible for kidnapping and brainwashing several prominent people.