The Six Million Dollar Man

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  • TV-14
  • 1973
  • 5 Seasons
  • 7.1  (12,632)

The Six Million Dollar Man was a popular American television series that aired on the ABC network from 1974 to 1978. The show starred Lee Majors, Richard Anderson, and Martin E. Brooks in lead roles, along with several other supporting actors. The show was based on a novel titled Cyborg, written by Martin Caidin, and followed the story of Steve Austin, an astronaut and test pilot who gets involved in a tragic accident. As a result of the accident, Steve is severely injured, and his body is almost completely shattered. However, thanks to advanced bionic technology, he is rebuilt and restored to full health, with superhuman strength and other abilities beyond what any normal human could hope to possess.

This new Steve Austin is now known as the "Six Million Dollar Man," so named for the amount of money it took to rebuild him. He can run at incredible speed, lift massive weights, and withstand extreme temperatures and conditions. He also has a bionic eye and ear that allow him to see and hear far beyond what any normal human is capable of. All of these abilities make him a valuable asset to the government, and he is often called upon to undertake dangerous missions and assignments that require his unique skills.

Throughout the show, Steve Austin is depicted as a brave and loyal character, dedicated to helping others and fighting for what is right. He often finds himself in difficult and dangerous situations, but he relies on his superhuman abilities, as well as his sharp intellect and resourcefulness, to overcome any obstacle that comes his way. Along with his trusty team of allies, including OSI director Oscar Goldman (played by Richard Anderson) and Dr. Rudy Wells (played by Martin E. Brooks), he battles against a series of formidable foes, ranging from enemy agents to rogue scientists and dangerous criminals.

One of the most notable aspects of The Six Million Dollar Man was its groundbreaking use of special effects and technology. The show was one of the first to make extensive use of slow-motion and other visual effects to depict Steve's bionic abilities, and it set a high bar for other science fiction and action shows that followed in its wake. The show's iconic opening sequence, featuring a slow-motion shot of Steve running through the woods, has become an enduring pop culture symbol of the 1970s.

Overall, The Six Million Dollar Man was a groundbreaking and widely popular television series that captured the imaginations of audiences around the world. Its compelling storyline, memorable characters, and groundbreaking special effects made it a cultural touchstone of the 1970s, and it continues to inspire and entertain viewers to this day.

The Six Million Dollar Man is a series that is currently running and has 5 seasons (108 episodes). The series first aired on March 7, 1973.

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Seasons
The Moving Mountain
22. The Moving Mountain
March 6, 1978
A terrorist steals a Russian rocket launcher and American missilse and plans to hold both countries hostage. Steve is sent along with a beautiful Russian agent to stop the terrorist, but his opposite number has orders to dispose of him and bring back the missiles to her superiors.
Date With Danger (2)
21. Date With Danger (2)
February 27, 1978
Steve teams with the owner of the computer dating service to put a stop to her now-sentient computer. After escaping a computer-arranged assassination, Steve finds himself in a mental facility after his medical records are altered. While the computer attempts to have everyone who knows about it killed, Steve must find a way to escape and stop the computer before it's too late.
Date With Danger (1)
20. Date With Danger (1)
February 20, 1978
When OSI's communications chief is accused of spying, Steve attempts to prove his innocence and discovers tampered computer memory. He is led to suspect a computer dating service is behind the ilegal activity, but doesn't realize a computer itself has gained sentience and plans to stop Steve any way it can.
Dead Ringer
19. Dead Ringer
February 13, 1978
Steve's brush with death is followed by visions that may be the work of a spirit.
The Madonna Caper
18. The Madonna Caper
February 6, 1978
While Steve helps a countess retrieve a microdot with important information hidden on a painting in a museum, she helps herself to a masterpiece and replaces it with a forgery. Oscar sends Steve to retrieve the painting from its buyer before a visiting art expert causes embarrassment by discovering the counterfeit currently on display.
The Lost Island Part 2
17. The Lost Island Part 2
November 26, 1976
Disease and revolution threaten islanders who are descendants of an advanced alien race.
The Lost Island Part 1
16. The Lost Island Part 1
January 30, 1978
While searching for a fallen satellite in the Pacific, Steve rescues a drowning victim who turns out to be an alien. She offers to help him acquire the satellite, which has landed on her race's invisible island. However, many of the island's populace in fear of a revolution, yet are unable to leave due to a lack of an immune system to Earth illnesses. Steve must get an experimental serum for her before she will help him.
Return of the Deathprobe (2)
15. Return of the Deathprobe (2)
January 29, 1978
When all physical assaults fail against the new Venus probe, Steve succeeds in tricking it into falling into a pit. However, when it starts drilling towards a city, Steve has a bigger problem than before.
Return of the Deathprobe (1)
14. Return of the Deathprobe (1)
January 22, 1978
A new, deadlier Venus probe is tested in a desolate area as a demonstration for Steve and Oscar, but a threat to Oscar to either hand over nuclear weaponry or see the probe set loose on the public forces Steve to find a way to stop the probe, even though it outmatches him in many ways.
Just a Matter of Time
13. Just a Matter of Time
January 8, 1978
Steve enters a time warp while on an orbital mission, hurling him six years into the future. Upon landing, the authorities arrest him for treason, believing he defected to Russia and was brainwashed into thinking the time warp occurred. Steve has to both prove his innocence and figure out how to get back to his own time.
Walk a Deadly Wing
12. Walk a Deadly Wing
January 1, 1978
Steve is assigned to gain the confidence of a scientist who has developed a weapon to capture soldiers non-violently, but refuses to hand over the plans to anyone for fear it could cause drastic results if used on a pilot in flight. As Steve begins to become his friend and acquire the weapon, the Russians inform the scientist they are holding his wife hostage and demand the device in trade for her safe return.
The Cheshire Project
11. The Cheshire Project
December 18, 1977
Steve investigates his girlfriend's disappearance while she was piloting a new plane with anti-radar technology. He discovers one of the plane's technicians has been talking to a known trader of military secrets and starts the search for further clues.
Target: Steve Austin
10. Target: Steve Austin
November 27, 1977
Steve poses as a newlywed with another OSI agent to uncover who broke into headquarters in search of an atomic bomb. Travelling via RV, their prey discovers the RV has a nuclear power source of its own and attempts to turn the tables.
Dark Side of the Moon (2)
9. Dark Side of the Moon (2)
November 13, 1977
Steve is captured on the moon and is forced to help the scientist, who believes he's found a new energy source, and who threatens nuclear devastation on Earth if Steve refuses.
Dark Side of the Moon (1)
8. Dark Side of the Moon (1)
November 6, 1977
Steve is sent to the moon to investigate an orbital shift which is causing major upheavals in the Earth's climate. It turns out the upheavals are caused by a deranged scientist working at an exploration post on a nearby asteroid.
Rollback
7. Rollback
October 30, 1977
Steve goes undercover, joining a roller derby team whose owner plans to acquire and sell top-secret information. When the owner discovers the ruse, he plants evidence to lead Steve in the wrong direction, and uses the distraction to go get the information.
Killer Wind
6. Killer Wind
October 16, 1977
Two locals join Steve when he attempts to rescue a group of students in a stalled cable car halfway up a mountain. They must rescue the students before a tornado gets to them, but one of the men is a criminal and the plan is put in jeopardy.
Bigfoot V
5. Bigfoot V
October 9, 1977
Steve thought Bigfoot had returned to space. But when Bigfoot is seen and photographed by an anthropologist, Steve travels to her camp to investigate.
Deadly Countdown (2)
4. Deadly Countdown (2)
October 2, 1977
The daughter of Steve's friend, David McGrath, is kidnapped in order to force David to kill Steve. When the attempt on Steve fails, David confesses to Steve who then must rescue her.
Deadly Countdown (1)
3. Deadly Countdown (1)
September 25, 1977
Steve is on a mission involving a test satellite. But Steve becomes a target when the satellite is needed to gain control of a missile to be sold to a foreign power.
Sharks (2)
2. Sharks (2)
September 18, 1977
A nuclear submarine is commandeered for the purpose of piracy and extortion. Steve investigates and is captured. To escape he must eluded trained sharks.
Sharks (1)
1. Sharks (1)
September 11, 1977
Steve is captured while investigating the unusual power failure of a nuclear submarine.
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Where to Watch The Six Million Dollar Man
The Six Million Dollar Man is available for streaming on the ABC website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch The Six Million Dollar Man on demand at Peacock Premium.
  • Premiere Date
    March 7, 1973
  • IMDB Rating
    7.1  (12,632)