Dani Reynolds is a widowed photographer. She learns her husband was a government agent who was murdered! She recruits a Vietnam Vet Mac Harper to help her find the killers. Henry Towner her husband's boss offers a job. Fronting as a photographer with Mac as one of her models, Henry sends them wherever Americans are in trouble or who are criminals or enemies of the U.S. that need to be caught.
Series Fun Facts
- Jon-Erik Hexum was on the 20th Century Fox stage filming for the "Cover-Up" series. While the director of photography and crew were setting up camera positions and lighting for the next…
[show]Jon-Erik Hexum was on the 20th Century Fox stage filming for the "Cover-Up" series. While the director of photography and crew were setting up camera positions and lighting for the next scene, Jon-Erik, took his usual break during set-ups, walking over to the prop master's corner on stage, sitting on a stool adjacent to the prop table, where the action props had been placed until required on set. On the prop table, Hexum picked up a revolver that had been placed atop the prop table. The prop master and his assistant, were conversing with Jon-Erik, as Jon held the pistol in his hand, spinning the cartridge, playing like he was planning a game of "Russian Roulette". Jon-Erik raised his hand holding the pistol, pointing the gun at his temple, pulling the trigger. The crew located in the area were shocked with his careless motivation and action, too late to stop him from playing a ruthless game of roulette! The crew never recovered from the loss of their friend and "star".
- Goof (continuity error): During the car chase between the taxi and the Chevy, the Chevy's left front tire hubcap flies off, and two shots later is back on the tire again.
- The pilot's filming took place during the Los Angeles summer Olympics with locations in San Pedro and in Long Beach. The freeway traffic was not congested as predicted nor as anticipated.…
[show]The pilot's filming took place during the Los Angeles summer Olympics with locations in San Pedro and in Long Beach. The freeway traffic was not congested as predicted nor as anticipated. Transportation from the 20th Century Fox City studio to the waterfront district of San Pedro was a direct flow without any problems. Studio stages provided the interior sets. After the pilot was filmed, the series filming immediately followed. Glenn Larson was in a battle with Fox Television Division over budget problems. One of the main series permanent sets was described as a fashion photographer's studio loft. Due to budget constraints, this set had become the battle's focus because of overtime construction expense, delivering the set earlier than had been planned. The morning the set was to be filmed, Glenn Larson demanded that the set be "covered up" with plants from the studio's green house. The director and the DP were told they could not film the finished set. The scene had to be staged in the jungle covering and filling the set area. The following episode filmed two weeks later, the green jungle disappeared, and the photographer's loft provided a new scenario for intrigue.
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