The Incredible Hulk

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  • TV-PG
  • 1977
  • 5 Seasons
  • 7.0  (2,207)

The Incredible Hulk was an action-packed TV series that aired from 1977 to 1982, starring the talented Bill Bixby as David Banner, Lou Ferrigno as the Hulk, and Jack Colvin as Jack McGee. David Banner, a scientist, is exposed to gamma radiation during an experiment gone wrong, which causes him to transform into the Hulk—a large green humanoid creature with incredible strength whenever he gets angry.

The show followed David Banner as he travels across the country trying to find a cure for his affliction, while also trying to stay one step ahead of Jack McGee, a journalist who is determined to uncover the truth about the mysterious creature known as the Hulk.

Throughout the series, David Banner encountered countless struggles and obstacles, including coming face-to-face with his own alter-ego, the Hulk. Lou Ferrigno played the role of the Hulk to perfection, portraying him as a tortured soul struggling to gain control of his raging emotions, and often finding himself in dangerous situations.

The Incredible Hulk was jam-packed with thrilling action sequences that kept audiences on the edge of their seats. Along with the formidable strength of the Hulk, the show also included plenty of car chases, explosions, and unique sets, taking viewers on a wild ride through the world of David Banner and the Hulk.

While The Incredible Hulk was primarily an action-based show, it also explored themes of morality, redemption, and self-discovery. David Banner's journey throughout the series was a poignant one, as he tried to come to terms with his own inner demons, while also struggling to keep his alter-ego from causing harm to those around him.

The show also boasted a talented cast of supporting characters, including John Finn, Gary Graham, Robert Alda, Louise Sorel, Rosalind Chao, Grand L. Bush, Melendy Britt, Brett Cullen, John Anderson, John McIntire, Susan Sullivan, Parley Baer, Loni Anderson, Stanley Kamel, Brad Harris, Bradford Dillman, Sondra Currie, Julie Adams, Mariette Hartley, Art LaFleur, Dorothy Tristan, Mackenzie Phillips, Jerry Hardin, Craig Stevens, James Sikking, Paul Koslo, James Reynolds, Joseph Mascolo, Judith Chapman, Joy Garrett, Rosemary Forsyth, Philece Sampler, Jerry Douglas, Julius Harris, William Lucking, Ted Markland, Robert F. Lyons, Jack Kelly, Doug McGrath, Jeanette Nolan, Charles Tyner, Maidie Norman, Lance LeGault, Lola Albright, George Dickerson, Jack Kirby, Robin Mattson, Karen Carlson, Mills Watson, William Boyett, John McLiam, Michael D. Roberts, John Davis Chandler, Frank de Kova, Stack Pierce, Paulene Myers, Meshach Taylor, Jon Cedar, Stefan Gierasch, Skip Homeier, John Crawford, Eve McVeagh, Ed Peck, Frank Marth, Richard Loo, Anne Schedeen, Robert Hogan, Ben Hammer, Anthony Caruso, Eloy Casados, John Alvin, A Martinez, Nancy Lee Grahn, Lee de Broux, Elaine Joyce, Joe Dorsey, Lisa Jane Persky, Michael Swan, Don Shanks, David White, Linden Chiles, Frank Doubleday, Sally Kirkland, and Myron Healey.

With its thrilling action sequences, powerful performances, and thought-provoking themes, The Incredible Hulk was a fan-favorite TV series that has stood the test of time. It remains a beloved classic today, loved by fans of all ages for its unique blend of action, adventure, and drama.

The Incredible Hulk is a series that is currently running and has 5 seasons (87 episodes). The series first aired on November 4, 1977.

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A Minor Problem
7. A Minor Problem
May 12, 1982
David finds himself in a small town that has been infected by bacteria. Soon, he becomes infected and must find an antidote.
Slaves
6. Slaves
May 5, 1982
A convict captures David and forces him to work as a slave.
Triangle
5. Triangle
November 13, 1981
David's relationship with a young woman is threatened by a lumber baron who tries to force him out of town.
Sanctuary
4. Sanctuary
November 6, 1981
David poses as a minster to protect a wounded boy who has been smuggled into the United States from Mexico.
Veteran
3. Veteran
October 16, 1981
David risks his own freedom to stop a disturbed man from assassinating a crooked politician who was once a Vietnam war hero.
Two Godmothers
2. Two Godmothers
October 9, 1981
A trio of convicts from a woman's prison escape and take David as a hostage. The situation gets worse when one of the women goes into labor.
The Phenom
1. The Phenom
October 2, 1981
David befriends a rookie baseball player, then finds out his agent is crooked.
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Where to Watch The Incredible Hulk
The Incredible Hulk is available for streaming on the UMS website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch The Incredible Hulk on demand at Amazon, Vudu, Microsoft Movies & TV, Google Play and Apple TV.
  • Premiere Date
    November 4, 1977
  • IMDB Rating
    7.0  (2,207)