Horror on TV: Baywatch Nights 2.22 “A Thousand Words” (dir by Tracy Lynch Britton)


For tonight’s journey into the world of televised horror, we present to you the last ever episode of Baywatch Nights.  In this episode, David Hasselhoff and Angie Harmon investigate a haunted restraunt.  Then Angie disappears and the Hoff has to rescue her!

I have to say that Baywatch Nights was a silly show but I kind of liked it.  I mean, you’ve got David Hasselhoff doing the full Hoff in every episode and I think that he and Angie Harmon had kind of a fun chemistry.  I’m kind of sad that this is the last episode.  Tomorrow, we’ll start a new show.  Hopefully, I can find one.  YouTube is so weird nowadays.

But, anyway, here’s the final episode of Baywatch Nights!

Horror on TV: Baywatch Nights 2.21 — “The Vortex” (dir by L. Lewis Stout)


 

On tonight’s horror on TV, we present the next-to-last episode of Baywatch Nights.  In this episode, David Hasselhoff and Angie Harmon visit a Native American fortune teller (Floyd “Red Crow” Westerman) and end up entering a vortex that sends them into the future.  They then watch as their future selves investigate something weird that happened on a ship that’s just arrived from the Amazon.

This is a very weird episode and it originally aired on May 9th. 1997.

Horror on TV: Baywatch Nights 2.20 “Hot Winds” (dir by Parker Stevenson)


On tonight’s episode of Baywatch Nights, the wind is making people in California go insane!  Could it because the wind is hot and annoying?  Or is it that there’s a Satanist doing something evil out in the desert?

Don’t worry, California!  David Hasselhoff and Angie Harmon are on the case!

This episode originally aired on May 3rd, 1997.

Horror on TV: Baywatch Nights 2.19 “The Eighth Seal” (dir by Jon Cassar)


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Tonight’s episode of Baywatch Nights, The Eighth Seal, was originally broadcast on April 26th, 1997 and it features David Hasselhoff getting possessed.

You really haven’t lived until you’ve seen David Hasselhoff play possessed.

Enjoy!

Horror on TV: Baywatch Nights 2.18 “Symbol of Death” (dir by Richard Friedman)


The 17th episode of Baywatch Nights was called The Servant and it featured Mitch and Ryan fighting a mummy!  Unfortunately, it’s also one of the few episodes to not be available on YouTube, or at least not in watchable form.  (There’s a sped-up version where the image is so oddly cropped that it’s basically unwatchable but that’s about it.)

So, we’ll have to skip The Servant and instead move onto Symbol of Death which features an apparent alien abduction.  If nothing else, this episode shows what a debt Baywatch Nights owed to The X-Files.

This episode originally aired on April 19th, 1997!

Enjoy!

Horror On TV: Baywatch Nights 2.16 “Zargtha” (dir by Rick Jacobson)


Tonight on Baywatch Nights

A mythical wolf man from Eastern Europe is murdering runaways in Los Angeles.  Can David Hasselhoff and Angie Harmon save the day?

Watch to find out!

And remember … “Don’t go out at night, or the zargtha will get you!”

(Zargtha originally aired on April 5th, 1997)

Horror on TV: Baywatch Nights 2.15 “Mobius” (dir by David Livingston)


On tonight’s episode of Baywatch Nights, David Hasselhoff and Angie Harmon get zapped into a parallel universe, one where lifeguards regularly battle the denzieins of Hell.  Oh wait a minutes …. that’s this universe!

This episode originally aired on March 2nd, 1997!

Horror on TV: Baywatch Nights 2.14 “Ascension” (dir by Jon Cassar)


Tonight’s episode of Baywatch Nights is an odd one.  Mitch gets kidnapped.  Ryan dreams about it happening.  There’s a lot of weird torture devices.  Somehow, the Knights Templar are involved.  It always comes down to the Knights Templar, doesn’t it?

Seriously, how does one go back to being a lifeguard after all of this?

This episode originally aired on February 23rd, 1997.

Enjoy!

Horror on TV: Baywatch Nights 2.13 “Nights to Dragon One” (dir by Richard Friedman)


Tonight’s episode of Baywatch Nights originally aired on February 16th, 1997.

In this episode of Baywatch Nights, David Hasselhoff and Angie Harmon are hired to track down a missing man and his daughter.  Their search leads to them becoming literally trapped inside a virtual reality where they either have to defeat the crazed Game Master (Vincent Schiavelli) or die!  There’s even a scene where Angie Harmon has to pick up and roll a giant die!  Taking full advantage of the inherent ludicrousness of David Hasselhoff’s screen persona, this is an episode that has to be seen to be believed.

So, watch below and believe.