JAG (season 1)
Season of television series
The first season of JAG premiered on NBC on September 23, 1995, and concluded on July 15, 1996. The season, initially starring David James Elliott and Tracey Needham, was produced by Belisarius Productions in association with NBC Productions and Paramount Television.
"Dramatic, action adventure programming has all but disappeared from the airwaves. I don't do sitcoms; I don't do urban neurotic dramas. I created JAG because it's the kind of television I like to watch. Besides that, I served four years in the Marine Corps and remain fascinated by the military's code of ethics—God, duty, honor, country—and how, in these rapidly changing times, it still survives. That's what Harm and Mac, and JAG as a whole, represent."
Donald P. Bellisario on creating JAG
Lieutenant Harmon "Harm" Rabb Jr. (David James Elliott), a former naval aviator turned lawyer, is employed by the Navy's Judge Advocate General's Corps, the internal law firm of the Department of the Navy. In Washington, D.C., Harm is partnered with Lieutenant Meg Austin (Tracey Needham), a junior officer with drive and determination. Together, Harm and Meg work alongside Commander Alison Krennick (Andrea Thompson), Rear Admiral A.J. Chegwidden (John M. Jackson), and Lieutenant Caitlin Pike (Andrea Parker), as they prosecute and defend the under the Uniform Code of Military Justice (USMJ). This season, the team investigate the murder of a female naval flight officer ("A New Life"), the death of a civilian contractor ("Shadow"), a training mishap ("Desert Son"), a murder at Arlington National Cemetery with connections to Thai diplomats ("Déjà Vu"), and a murder at the U.S. Embassy in Peru ("War Cries"). Also this season, Harm suffers personal losses when his best friend ("Pilot Error") and girlfriend ("Skeleton Crew") are both killed, Meg faces death when she is critically wounded by an professional assassin ("Hemlock"), and Harm is promoted to the grade of Lieutenant Commander ("Defensive Action").
Production of the first season of JAG was based at Sunset Gower Studios, right in the heart of Hollywood.
In Spring 1996, NBC announced that they were not commissioning Paramount Television to make a second season of JAG. Creator and Executive producer Donald P. Bellisario states that he had already received offers from CBS and ABC to pick up the series. Bellisario also credits the cancellation with allowing him to create "the show he'd always wanted to make", as NBC had "wanted action, and [he had] wanted a mix of legal [drama] and action".
Cast and characters
See also: List of JAG episodes
- ^The F-14 Tomcat dog fights include scenes from Top Gun and Flight of the Intruder.
- ^Some of the submarine external shots and maneuvers are taken from the film The Hunt for Red October.
- ^The USS America landing scenes feature reused footage from Top Gun.
- ^Part of the scenes for the assault on the convoy were taken from the 1994 movie Clear and Present Danger.
- ^This episode was supposed to be aired after "Defensive Action" (since Harm already got his promotion, and that case is referenced in the beginning).
- ^NBC did not air this episode (due to cutting the series from their lineup, and the basic storyline and most of the original shooting (including Andrea Thompson's parts) were later recycled in "Death Watch" (episode 3.19). This episode was aired overseas and later in the United States when aired by the USA Network at the point when the show went into syndication reruns.
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When a Tomcat is struck by lighting and is forced to make an emergency landing in Cuba, Harm and Meg head to Cuba in the hope of getting the Tomcat back before the Cubans have a chance to download the avionics inside the Tomcat and ultimately sell them to Iran while the JAG team attempt to come to terms with the fact that they have a new commanding officer.
- A.J. Chegwidden, a former Navy SEAL who is also a Rear Admiral in the United States Navy and also the new Judge Advocate General is introduced for the first time.
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