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Baywatch is an American action drama television series about lifeguards who patrol the beaches of Los Angeles County, California and Hawaii, starring David Hasselhoff. It was created by Michael Berk, Douglas Schwartz, and Gregory J. Bonann, who produced the show throughout its 11-season run. The series focuses on both professional and personal challenges faced by the characters, portrayed by a large rotating ensemble cast that notably includes Pamela Anderson, Alexandra Paul, Gregory Alan Williams, Jeremy Jackson, Parker Stevenson, David Chokachi, Billy Warlock, Erika Eleniak, David Charvet, Yasmine Bleeth, and Nicole Eggert.

The show was cancelled after its first season on NBC, but survived through syndication and later became the most-watched television series in the world, with an estimated weekly audience of 1.1 billion viewers despite consistently negative critical reviews, earning it a reputation as a pop cultural phenomenon and frequent source of allusion and parody. The show ran in its original title and format from 1989 to 1999. From 1999 to 2001, with a setting change and large cast overhaul, it was known as Baywatch: Hawaii.

It spawned a spin-off series, Baywatch Nights, which aired for two seasons from 1995 to 1997, and a 2017 feature film adaptation.


Baywatch revolves around the work of a team of lifeguards and their interpersonal relationships, with plots usually centering on dangers related to the beach and other activities pertinent to the California (later Hawaii) beach lifestyle. Topics from earthquakes and shark attacks to serial killers serve as plot conflicts on the show. Saving people from drowning is one of the most typical situations used in the shows.


Season Episodes Originally aired
First aired Last aired Network
Pilot April 23, 1989 NBC
1 21 September 22, 1989 April 6, 1990
2 22 October 5, 1991 May 23, 1992 Syndication
3 22 September 20, 1992 May 16, 1993
4 22 September 25, 1993 May 21, 1994
5 22 October 1, 1994 May 27, 1995
6 22 September 30, 1995 May 18, 1996
7 22 September 28, 1996 May 17, 1997
8 22 September 27, 1997 May 23, 1998
9 22 September 26, 1998 May 22, 1999
10 22 September 25, 1999 May 20, 2000
11 22 October 7, 2000 May 19, 2001
Reunion February 28, 2003 Fox


Baywatch is noted for its large ensemble cast with various members rotating in-and-out of the show, similar to many long-running soap operas. By the end of the 11 season run, not a single member of the original cast was still in the cast. David Hasselhoff appeared in the most episodes (totalling 206 including the pilot), followed by Jeremy Jackson (117), Michael Newman (109), and Pamela Anderson (77).

Following the Hawaii retool, many of the series longtime cast members left the show. The only remaining cast members were David Hasselhoff, Brooke Burns, Michael Bergin, and Michael Newman. Following the 10th season, Hasselhoff and Newman both left the series, leaving Bergin and Burns the only remnants of the show s original L.A. era .

Baywatch (1989–1999)

  • David Hasselhoff as Mitch Buchannon
  • Parker Stevenson as Craig Pomeroy
  • Shawn Weatherly as Jill Riley
  • Billy Warlock as Eddie Kramer
  • Erika Eleniak as Shauni McClain
  • Peter Phelps as Trevor Cole
  • Brandon Call as Hobie Buchannon
  • Holly Gagnier as Gina Pomeroy
  • Monte Markham as Don Thorpe
  • John Allen Nelson as John D. Cort
  • Gregory Alan Williams as Garner Ellerbee
  • Jeremy Jackson as Hobie Buchannon
  • Tom McTigue as Harvey Miller
  • Richard Jaeckel as Ben Edwards
  • Nicole Eggert as Summer Quinn
  • David Charvet as Matt Brody
  • Pamela Anderson as C. J. Parker
  • Kelly Slater as Jimmy Slade
  • Alexandra Paul as Stephanie Holden
  • Yasmine Bleeth as Caroline Holden
  • Jaason Simmons as Logan Fowler
  • David Chokachi as Cody Madison
  • Gena Lee Nolin as Neely Capshaw
  • Donna D Errico as Donna Marco
  • José Solano as Manny Gutierrez
  • Traci Bingham as Jordan Tate
  • Nancy Valen as Samantha Thomas
  • Michael Newman as Michael Newman
  • Carmen Electra as Lani McKenzie
  • Kelly Packard as April Giminski
  • Michael Bergin as J. D. Darius
  • Angelica Bridges as Taylor Walsh
  • Marliece Andrada as Skylar Bergman
  • Mitzi Kapture as Alex Ryker
  • Brooke Burns as Jessie Owens

Baywatch Hawaii (1999–2001)

  • David Hasselhoff as Mitch Buchannon
  • Brooke Burns as Jessie Owens
  • Michael Bergin as J. D. Darius
  • Brandy Ledford as Dawn Masterton
  • Michael Newman as Michael Newman
  • Simmone Mackinnon as Allie Reese
  • Jason Momoa as Jason Ioane
  • Stacy Kamano as Kekoa Tanaka
  • Jason Brooks as Sean Monroe
  • Brande Roderick as Leigh Dyer
  • Charlie Brumbly as Zach McEwan
  • Krista Allen as Jenna Avid

Production history

Baywatch debuted on NBC in 1989, but was cancelled after only one season, when it placed 73rd out of 103 shows in the seasonal ratings, and also because the production studio, GTG, (a joint venture of television station owner Gannett Company, later spun off into Tegna, and Grant Tinker, which was established only to produce the newsmagazine based on Gannett s newspaper USA Today) went out of business. Due to high production costs, GTG was unable to finance the series any further.

Feeling the series still had potential, David Hasselhoff, one of the principal actors, along with creators and executive producers Michael Berk, Douglas Schwartz, and Gregory J. Bonann, revived it for the first-run syndication market in 1991. Hasselhoff was given the title of executive producer for his work on bringing the show back. The series was hugely successful, especially internationally.

The show led to a spin-off, Baywatch Nights, and three direct-to-video films: Baywatch the Movie: Forbidden Paradise, Baywatch: White Thunder at Glacier Bay, and Baywatch: Hawaiian Wedding.

The audience was 65 percent female, with its number one audience being women aged 18 to 34. Speaking in 2001, Schwartz explained that, after doing focus groups on Baywatch for about five years, they learned that the show appealed to this demographic because most of lead characters were strong, independent women who were heroic, who were saving lives, who were equal to men .


Will Rogers State Beach served as the predominant beach location for Baywatch, although some scenes were filmed at Long Beach, California, and in Malibu, California.

Theme songs

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  • The original NBC theme was Save Me , performed by Peter Cetera, with Bonnie Raitt on guitar and Richard Sterban, bass singer for The Oak Ridge Boys, as one of the background vocalists. The song is from Cetera s 1988 album One More Story.
  • On some DVD releases of the first series Save Me was replaced with Above the Waterline by Kim Carnes.
  • For the syndicated series, the new theme I m Always Here (written by Jimi Jamison, Cory Lerios, John D Andrea and Joe Henry, performed by Jimi Jamison of Survivor) replaced Save Me . An instrumental version of I m Always Here was used as the ending theme of seasons 6 to 9. A different instrumental version was used as the theme for season 10 (the first season of Baywatch: Hawaii). Some parts of the lyrics of I m Always Here are written on Jimi s grave.
  • When the NBC episodes were added to the Baywatch syndication package, the opening theme was changed to a shorter version of I m Always Here , with some images of the original NBC opening retained.
  • David Hasselhoff sang the Kevin Savigar–Todd Cerney tune Current of Love as the ending theme of Seasons 2–4 (on Seasons 2 and 3, the version of this song has been fast and on Season 4, the version of this song has been slow). Together with Laura Branigan he sang I Believe as the ending theme of Season 5.
  • On the DVD edition of the second season, the original main title theme is replaced by the song Strong Enough , performed by Evan Olson (from his album Audio).
  • The theme for season 11 (the second season of Baywatch: Hawaii) was called Let Me Be the One written and performed by Carlos Villalobos, Glenn Medeiros and sung by Fiji.
  • The spin-off series, Baywatch Nights theme song was performed by saxophonist Alfonzo Blackwell. The Nights Will Never Be the Same (Baywatch Nights Theme) was also featured on his 1996 sophomore CD release. Alfonzo Blackwell was featured with David Hasselhoff each week in the ending credits of the TV series.

Other versions of I m Always Here include:

  • An instrumental version of the song appears in the episode Battles of the UK television programme Spaced.
  • The Swedish electronic musical group Sunblock remixed the song and released it as a single.
  • A soundalike version was used in the Hey Arnold! episode Summer Love over the end credits.
  • Swedish group Konditorns recorded the theme with Swedish lyrics for their album K2 (2012), titled Jag är alltid här which is a direct translation of the phrase I m always here .

David Hasselhoff also recorded a duet with Laura Branigan which was hugely successful for being broadcast as the closing track of the Baywatch TV series. The single I Believe was originally released on CD album in 1994.

Baywatch: Hawaii

In 1999, with production costs rising in Los Angeles, and the syndication market shrinking, the producers sought to move the production elsewhere. They filmed a pilot and announced plans to title the show Baywatch: Down Under. However, strong local opposition from residents of Avalon Beach, New South Wales eventually led to Pittwater Council, the local government area of which Avalon was part of, to permanently ban future production. As an alternative to Australia, Hawaii offered the producers large financial incentives to move the show to the islands, instead, and in season 10, Baywatch: Hawaii was launched.

Baywatch filmed for two seasons in Hawaii, from 1999 until 2001. April Masini, a newspaper advice columnist, pitched the move to executive producer Gregory J. Bonann. The agreement mandated that addition of the subtitle, to Baywatch: Hawaii, as well as the hiring local production crew, filming on-location for at least two years, and producing 44 episodes, each at a cost of about US$870,000 (climbing up to $1.1 million), 60% of which was to be spent in Hawaii. The series was cancelled due to poor ratings.

Home media

  • Australia: On May 1, 2013, Shock Entertainment released seasons 1–9 on DVD. They also released a complete series set on November 6, 2013, which features all nine seasons of Baywatch, both seasons of Baywatch Hawaii and both seasons of Baywatch Nights.
  • France: The reunion film Baywatch: Hawaiian Wedding was translated to French language as Alerte à Malibu: Mariage à Hawaï and has been released.
  • Finland: Seasons 1–3 have been released by Future Film.
  • Germany: Seasons 1–11 have been released. These releases are presented exactly as they originally aired, albeit with German language credits (these are also available in the U.K. from Amazon as imports). The reunion film Baywatch: Hawaiian Wedding was translated to German language as Baywatch: Hochzeit auf Hawaii and has been released.
  • Italy: Seasons 1–2 have been released by Koch Media, season 5–6 have been released by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.
  • Netherlands: Season 3 has been released.
  • Sweden: Seasons 1–3 have been released.
  • United Kingdom: Seasons 1–6 have been released by Network. In 2017, to coincide with the release of the feature film adaptation, Network released a DVD entitled Best of Baywatch which includes the two-part episodes Nightmare Bay and River of No Return .
  • United States: In June 1999, a single disc DVD was released featuring two 2-part episodes from the show s original run ( Nightmare Bay parts 1 & 2 from season 2, and River of No Return parts 1 & 2 from season 3). These episodes are absent from the U.S. box sets of their respective seasons mentioned below.

First Look Studios released the first three seasons on DVD in 2006/2007. Although the box sets are labeled Season 1 , Season 2 , etc., the sets actually feature episodes of the following season (i.e. the Season 1 box set contains the episodes of the literal second season (1991–1992) of the show). The second and third sets were released on October 31, 2006. Each set features a disc with season 1 (NBC) episodes on it. These releases also do not contain any of the original music as it appeared when the episodes aired. They have been removed due to copyright agreements. However, these releases have been discontinued and are now out of print.

In August 2018, Deadline Hollywood reported that Fremantle was remastering the series. The series was released on Amazon Prime Video and Hulu in HD and Pluto TV in 2019. Due to expired licenses for much of the show s musical soundtrack, many of the show s episodes are either cut to remove songs, or re-scored and re-edited with new soundalike tracks. Visual Entertainment Incorporated released seasons 1–9 on DVD for the first time in the United States on May 3, 2021, with a Blu-ray release on May 21.

In popular culture

The show is the subject of a running gag on Friends, where Chandler and Joey would watch Baywatch together religiously, including over the phone when Joey was living in another apartment. Among other related jokes, Chandler names their pet chicken after Yasmine Bleeth (although the bird later turns out to be male) due to a long-standing crush on the actress. This was largely a joke about Chandler s actor, Matthew Perry, who briefly dated Bleeth in 1995.

Many of the actors from the series have become closely associated with their roles in the series. David Hasselhoff has often referenced or satirized his role as Mitch Buchannon, notably in The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie; in which he appears in lifeguard attire similar to Mitch, runs across a beach in slow-motion, and displays superhuman swimming abilities similar to Mitch s own feats of athleticism.

Babewatch is a satirical term sometimes used in connection with the series, which has been used by the humor magazine Mad and by television commentators. The term was also used for a series of pornographic film released between 1994 and 1999 in list of feature film series with 11 to 20 entries.

Baywatch is prominently featured in the 2006 mockumentary film Borat in which the character Borat Sagdiyev (played by Sacha Baron Cohen), a Kazakh journalist with a misconstrued understanding of American customs and pop culture, becomes obsessed with Pamela Anderson after seeing her in an episode of the series (which he believes to be a documentary) and travels to the United States in a failed attempt to court her and later attempts to abduct her. In a deleted scene, Borat creates a pilot episode of a Kazakh remake of Baywatch entitled Sexydrownwatch, which features I m Always Here and Alexandra Paul reprising her role as Stephanie.

The red swimsuit that the actresses wore in the series have become iconic. The suits were custom fitted for each actress; Alexandra Paul wore a suit with a higher neckline while shorter cast members wore suits with higher cut legs to give the illusion of height.

Baywatch running

Baywatch running refers to the show s numerous scenes, particularly in the opening credits, of its cast members running across the beach in slow motion, usually wearing distinctive red lifeguard gear. The trope is closely associated with the show and often referenced directly in parodies.

Related media

Film adaptation

The film adaptation is a comedy, written and directed by Jeremy Garelick. Garelick s previous successes include the rewrite of The Hangover.

In September 2012, it was announced that Reno 911! co-creator and star Robert Ben Garant would direct the film version of Baywatch for Paramount Pictures.

In October 2014, it was announced that Paramount was moving forward with its big-screen adaptation of Baywatch and has loosely attached Dwayne Johnson to the project. The studio also hired Justin Malen to rewrite and attached the comedy writing team of Sean Anders and John Morris to direct.

In July 2015, it was announced Seth Gordon would direct with Damian Shannon and Mark Swift having written the latest script with Dwayne Johnson still attached to star.

On August 10, 2015, it was announced that Zac Efron had been cast in the film. Johnson also announced that the film will be R-Rated. The report stated, The story centers on a by-the-book and very serious lifeguard (Johnson) who is forced to team up with a young rule-flouting hothead (Efron) in order to save their beach from environmental destruction at the hands of an oil tycoon. That same month, reports were saying that Kelly Brook was in contention to star in the film as C.J. Parker, with Kate Upton and Charlotte McKinney also on the shortlist, but Brook denied the rumor the following day on Instagram. Brook later confirmed that she had read the script but was still uncertain if she would appear.

On November 9, 2015, it was reported that several actresses, including Alexandra Daddario, Nina Dobrev, Ashley Benson, Alexandra Shipp, Shelley Hennig, Bianca Santos, and Denyse Tontz, were in the running for the female lead, with the possibility that some of them could join the film in different roles and other unnamed actresses could be in the running as well. On November 18, 2015, Johnson confirmed Daddario (who previously worked with Johnson on San Andreas) for the role of Summer, originally played by Eggert in the TV series, and revealed the casting of C.J. and other roles would soon be announced. On January 4, 2016, Johnson announced that actress and model Kelly Rohrbach was cast as C.J. for the film. On January 11, 2016, The Hollywood Reporter reported that Priyanka Chopra was in talks to appear in the film in a villainous role. On February 16, 2016, Chopra and Johnson released a video to confirm her participation in the above-mentioned role. On January 20, 2016, a release date of May 19, 2017, was announced and Ilfenesh Hadera joined the cast as Stef, the love interest of Johnson s character. On January 27, 2016, Variety reported that Jon Bass was cast as Ronnie, described as funny, awkward and a skilled disco dancer who falls in love with C.J. at the beach.

The film was released in the United States on May 25, 2017, by Paramount Pictures, and grossed $177.4 million worldwide.

Potential reboot series

As of August 2018, Deadline Hollywood reported that FremantleMedia International were eyeing a reboot of the franchise.

Baywatch: The Documentary

In 2019, it was announced that Baywatch was being revived as documentary feature film. As they explained on the Factual America podcast, filmmakers Matthew Felker and Brian Corso lined up some of the show s top-billed castmembers to take a walk down memory lane for Baywatch: The Documentary and talk about their time on the show and the hours they spent in skimpy red suits.

Year 1989
ReleaseDate 1989-09-22
Plot At a Los Angeles beach, a team of lifeguards led by Lieutenant Mitch Buchannon save lives, deal with personal dramas, fight crime and participate in over the top adventures on a daily basis.
Awards Awards, 5 wins & 14 nominations
Stars David Hasselhoff, Pamela Anderson, Yasmine Bleeth
Series Produced by Gregory J. Bonann,Susan Glicksman,Douglas Schwartz,David Hasselhoff,Michael Berk,David W. Hagar,David Braff,James Pergola,Craig Thomas Kwasizur,Cathy Dwyer,Francis J. Conway,Paul Cajero,Kimmer Ringwald,Kevin L. Beggs,Deborah Schwartz,Howard Grigsby,Eric Kaufman,Shani Tuch,Peter A. Hoffman,Maurice Hurley,Tony Brown,Andrea Lapins,William A. Schwartz,Ernie Wallengren,Frederick Rappaport,Frank South,Hynndie Wali,Alan Swyer,Jill Donner,Donald R. Boyle,Robert Silberling,R.D. Dobson
Series Music by John D Andrea,Cory Lerios,Tom Harriman,George Gabriel,Scott Trammell,Larry Brown,Richard Glasser,Bobby Martin,Ken Tamplin
Series Cinematography by James Pergola,Stuart Asbjornsen,Edward Morey III,Gary Capo,Steven R. Miles
Series Film Editing by David Latham,Tom Erwin,Casey Brown,Scott A. Henderson,George W. Brooks,Harvey Stambler,Michael F. Anderson,Ron Binkowski,T.R. Moore,David W. Hagar,Heidi Scharfe,Rick Roberts,James Mitchell,Robert L. Sinise
Series Casting By Susan Glicksman,Fern Orenstein,Cheryl Bayer,Laura Bollinger,Margaret Doversola
Series Production Design by Robert W. Henderson,John Leimanis,Michael Paul Clausen,Ray Storey,Daniel A. Lomino,Louis Montejano
Series Set Decoration by Gary Moreno,Rick Romer,Ethel Robins Richards
Series Costume Design by Karen Braverman-Ohrberg,Kathe James,Lindsay McGrail,Judy Truchan,Gwendolyn Stukely
Series Makeup Department Allen Payne,Joanna Balkin,Sherilyn Stetz,Karen Blynder,Kandace Westmore,Lori Benson,Shelley Woodhouse,Linle White,Laine Rykes,Bryan D. Furer,Debra Rego,Paulette Crammond,Liz Minchew,Holly Pergola,Chuck House,Marina Hart,Wayne Perry,James Sartain,Barbara Minster,Dotsy Hopkins,Norman T. Leavitt,Deborah Humphries,Bill Myer,Ashley Shandera,Camille Komine,Tania Kahale,Bob Jermain,Fred Doria,Lisa Marie Alpert,Toby Lamm,Gina Rylander,Danny Valencia,Vivien Mepham,Cynthia K. Blake,Chantal Boom la,Heidi Holzer,Laine Lu,Ben Nye III,Elaina P. Schulman,Chris McBee,Adam Brandy
Series Production Management Paul Cajero,Francis J. Conway,Shani Tuch,Eric Kaufman,Jane Bachrach,Hynndie Wali,Jack Clements,Greg Ciaccio,Cathy Dwyer,Bryan Gawron,John G. Wilson,Graham Ellery,Michael Hatrick,Paul Moen,Kevin L. Beggs,Kel Nelson
Series Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Gregory J. Bonann,Lewis Stout,Janet Van Etten,Fernando Castroman,Francis J. Conway,Gregory J. Barnett,Doug Corring,Gary Capo,Matthew B. Locey,Michael Pendell,Polly Ann Mattson,John Isabeau,Ric Groenendal,Ken Wada,Ryan Gordon,Gordon Forbes III,Randall Hill,Rick Feder,Robin Bronner,David W. Hagar,Matt Marshall,Douglas Schwartz,Barbara Lontkowski,Jason Roberts,Jessica W. Leung,Edward C. Dilks,Jessy Melowicz Barbour,Wilfred J. Killian,Ryan Craig,Brent Stanton,Michelle Jaeger,Brian Relyea,Paul Moen,Patrick McKee,Wendy Peterson,Hans Berggren,Todd A. Covert,Tony Eng,Jules Kovisars,Dave Goldfarb,José Clemente Hernandez,Dan McGourin,Paul Cajero,Suzanne Misako Saltz,Mitchell Bock,Kevin Corcoran,Joe Candrella,Molly Rodriguez,Lorri Fischer,David R. Ellis,Bob Carmichael,Marty Eli Schwartz,Gus Trikonis,Robert Altshuler,Georg Fenady,Mark Hansson,John H. Albertson,David Newman,Ronnie Rondell Jr.,Michael Berk,David Darmour,Noni Roy,Julian Ryan,Jefferson Kibbee,Jerri Churchill,Thomas Mignone,Charles Winkler,Marla D. Saltzer,Ted Barba,Peter H. Hunt,Tom Phillips,Parker Stevenson,Robert Weaver,Stuart Asbjornsen,Rick Jacobson,Christina Fong,David Hasselhoff,Daniel R. Suhart,Lon Takiguchi,Bernie Bonner Axelrod,Charles Brescia,Richard Espinoza,Mark Webb,Joth Riggs
Series Art Department Sal Sommatino,Tom Miller,Susan Pergola,Joe Northrop,Angelo M. Amodio,John Horning,Norm Fils,Tony DiSalvo,Edward Fowles,John Marano,Gary Nakano,Alvin S. Cabrinha Jr.,Kenneth K. Sato,Russell Maki,Warren Roberts,Scott Ejercito,Chris Buchinsky,Lavar Emert,Marty Wunderlich,Ted Wilson,William K. Koshi,Brian J. McNamara,William Jones,Richard Drake,Alex Kea,Carla Knight,Liloa Wong,Lynn A. Johanson,Oliver Konia,Willian Koshi,David B. Brenner,William W Gilpin,Bryan Hill,Daniel W. Blaha,Lukas Seno
Series Sound Department Jerry Trent,Hal Whitby,David Yaffe,Richard Partlow,Alfred T. Ferrante,John Sheridan,Carlos Delarios,Paul Drenning,Cary Weitz,Robert Crozier,Jon Taylor,Ray O Reilly,Mark Larry,Michael Hoffman,Billy King,Clark King,Wilson Dyer,Anthony D Amico,Al Gomez,Erin Hoien,Marti D. Humphrey,Howard London,Lew Maddox,Ashley Harvey,Robert Fair,John Reynolds,Takako Ishikawa,Chris Haire,Richard L. Morrison,Doug Davey,Jerry Clemans,Dan Hiland,Jeff Gomillion,Kami Asgar,Mace Matiosian,Robin Haskins,Sherry Klein,William Wakayama,Anthony Milch,Lee Dragu,Greg Jacobs,Guy Tsujimoto,Bob Redpath,Thomas Burke,Barbara Issak,Christian P. Minkler,Garry Ulmer,François Blaignan,Jim Yant,Tony Hugar,Stephen Grubbs,Thierry J. Couturier,Devon Burns,Elmo Weber,Kevin Patrick Burns,Jerry Jacobson,Jeff Hamon,James LaRue,Frank Serafine,Jim Fitzpatrick,Bruce P. Michaels,Gary Montgomery,Melissa Sherwood Hofmann,Greg Steele,Richard Taylor,John Chalfant,Kenneth Kobett,Fred Law,Mike Olman,Cam Eason,Derek Casari,Marty Church,Bob Costanza,Halima K. Gilliam,Jonathan Golodner,Nicholas James,Darryl Linkow,Paul Vik Marshall,Peggy McAffee,Michael Miller,Timothy Pearson,Vic Radulich,Craig T. Rosevear,Andrew Somers,Cathie Speakman,Matt Temple,Chris Trent,Tim Tuchrello,Kerri Wilson,Tamara Johnson,Ron Garrard,Bill Rojas,Mark DeSimone,Bob Arons,Ed Fassl
Series Special Effects by Dan Swanson,Arthur Brewer,Scott Dwyer,Dan Rawson,Matt Kutcher,Leo Leoncio Solis,John C. Bush,G. Bruno Stempel,Danny Lester,Bruce Robles,Philip A. Schwartz,Andy Sebok,Mike Sasgen,Wayne Rose,Darin Bouyssou,Michael Burnett,Ken Estes,Billy Myatt
Series Visual Effects by Bruce Branit,John JD Daniel,Brian Fisher,Karen N. Sickles,Ka Yaw Tan,Mark Breakspear,Adam Howard
Series Stunts Gregory J. Barnett,Pat Romano,Brian L. Keaulana,David R. Ellis,Jeffrey G. Barnett,Steve Hart,Joni Avery,Bobby Silva,Lisa Dempsey,Mark Rayner,Michael Owen,Katie Wright Pere,Danny Epper,Julie Michaels,Troy Gilbert,Joe Bucaro III,Henry Kingi Jr.,Theresa Pink,Barbara Lee-Belmonte,Annie Ellis,R.A. Rondell,Barbara Barnett,Christin Gittings,Dion Mitchell,Glenn Boswell,Nash Edgerton,Larry Nicholas,Bob Herron,James Mitchell-Clyde,Clint Cadinha,Rich Minga,Moses Smith,Brian Keith Allen,Michael H. Barnett,Edward Conna,Ellis Edwards,Brett A. Jones,Anthony G. Schmidt,Nancy Young,Robert Chapin,Lance Gilbert,Judy Applegate,Tony Donno,Max Daniels,Michael Munoz,Chris Sayour,Melissa Allen-Weiser,Jennifer Badger,Jerry Brutsche,Candy Lind,Brett Praed,Mark Kubr,Rick Avery,Kenny Bates,Cheryl Bermeo,Joey Box,Jeff Brockton,Todd Bryant,Richard Bucher,Parrish Cummings,Ashley Cusato,Alex Daniels,Craig H. Davidson,Tyson Dexter,Danial Donai,Dean Raphael Ferrandini,Colin C.L. Fong,Achilles Gacis,Andy Gill,Christie Hayes,Dana Hee,Terry James,Kris A. Jeffrey,Barbara Anne Klein,Diana R. Lupo,Khristian Lupo,Sammy Maloof,Johnny Martin,Tom McComas,Eric M. Miller,Caryn Mower,Michael Newman,Eddie Perez,Susan Purkhiser,Jimmy N. Roberts,Ronnie Rondell Jr.,Joseph Michael Roth,Mike Rufino,Jon Sakata,Selga Sanders,Felipe Savahge,Kym Stys,Gary Toy,Lee Waddell,C. Ransom Walrod,Astrid Walti,Robert Wong,Scott Hubbell,Renee Baio,Terry Jackson,Bob McGovern,Debbie Evans,Eddie Matthews,Dick Warlock,Marco Paul,Alex Stanton Smith,Colin McPhillips,Shea Adams,Jason Patterson
Series Camera and Electrical Department Ronald L. Vargas Jr.,Gary Haselbusch,Don Duffield,Edward Morey III,Richard Kuhne,Stuart Asbjornsen,Randy Lewis,R. Scott Goodrich,Kenny Youngblood,Gary Capo,Brad Peterman,Richard J. Brock,Rick Crum,Kim Carlsberg,Leo Schiable,Matt Jackson,Matthew Berner,Dean DesJarlais,Ron Condon,Trey Clinesmith,Carlos M. Torres,Michael Yarish,Warner R. Wacha,Michael Nash,Vance Gage,Joe Collins,Kolo Barber,Kevin Kersting,William D. Barber,Danny Feld,Douglas Olivares,Richard Kelley,Chris Moseley,Nathan Sharpe,Chester Sohn,Mark Kalaugher,Eric Kanakaole,Doug Dole,Samuel Buddy Fries,Pete Romano,Terry Ruffner,Joe Viles,Ronald M. Vargas Sr.,Gary Dunham,Michael Ferris,Chris Schwiebert,Stephen G. Shank,Alan Gornick,David Parish,Roger Buckingham,Simon Cardwell,Simon Lee,Robin Morgan,Al Giddings,Jack Gittings,Robert Masters,Chuck White,Ted Barba,Joe Jennings,Paul Horn,Keith Roverud,Allen Shelley,Mark Volpe,Alan Jacoby,Mike Weisbrod,Brennan Price,Glenn Grimes,Robert Hayes,Peter McAdams,Bill Sheehan,Mark Webb,Steven J. Winslow,Allen Mozo,Mike Tapp,Kevin Emmons,Sándor Temlock Casarin
Series Casting Department Holly Pergola,Fern Orenstein,Charlene Bergman,Barbara Harris,Juliet Carlson,Margaret Doversola,Bonnie L. Prior,Susan Glicksman,Candice Vinnedge,Michael Heit,Samantha Fewox,Peter Golden,Samantha Bailey,David Maurer,Maura Fay,Martha Fainberg
Series Costume and Wardrobe Department Maritza Garcia-Roddy,Eugenie Krager,Patty Mayfield,Kevin Tyau,Charles Drayman,Joseph T. Mastrolia,Tom Cummins,Lisa Blackmon,Anne Hoss,Lizabeth Maggini,Bill Flores,Joyce Unruh,Fay Bolah,Patricia Johnson,Richard Mahoney,Kathe James,Dorothy Lawson,Lucinda McGuigan,Gala Autumn,Vicki Graef,Victoria Skinner,Tammy Williamson,Cathie Valdovino
Series Editorial Department Ed Rowin,David W. Hagar,Jesús Borrego,Dave Keffer,Mike Will,Tom Erwin,Angie Brodar,Mark W. Smith,Eric Kaufman,Robert Segal,Jeff Gold,James G. White,Shani Tuch,Chuck Ewart,Tiffany Miller,Ke alohi Lee,Cathy Dwyer,Ross Milstein,Jim Passon,Mike Roark,Rodney Brumback,Gary Chandler,Emily E. Baker,Amy Crow-Gardea,Victoria Wilson,Peter B. Jenkins,Wendy K. Luther,Rana Wasai,Chris Valenti,Evan Fisher,Karin Lavine,Jennifer Dearien,Chad Cole,John Chance,Joe Torres,Peter Keller,Tamar Bihari,Donald Rounds,Nicole Blum,Bryan Gawron,Nell Arnold,Jason Freeman,Scott A. Henderson,Michael Struk,John Norvet,Steve Fong,Paul Hill,Doug Ludwig,David P. Frediani,Rick Roberts,Mace Johnson,Greg Pastore
Series Location Management Kevin McAteer,Bud Aronson,Gary Watt,Renee Confair,Nicole K.L.N. Ebeo,Anne Conway,Randy Spangler,David Halver,Robert Gluck,Anton Denby,T.J. Healy II,John Shelde,Edward Mazurek
Series Music Department P.J. Bloom,Evyen Klean,John D Andrea,Cory Lerios,Paul Broucek,Matthias Weber,Kevin J. Edelman,Zamp Nicall,Glenn Medeiros,Todd Cerney,Kevin Savigar,Dave Keffer,Leo Tee,Dan Garde,Peter Cetera,David Foster,Joe Henry,Jimi Jamison,John Lewis Parker,B.A. Robertson,Robert Martin,Carlos Villalobos,Fiji,Adam Milo Smalley,Judithe Randall,Robin Randall,Danny Brin,Steve Zell,Jeff Gross,Tony Clarke,Jeanette Clinger,Ron Jensen,Windy Wagner,David Waters,Michael Sembello,Stephen Craig Love,Moira Marquis
Series Script and Continuity Department Tom Moore,Christopher Heyn,Elisabeth Handal,Stephen Dorsch,Kauila,Brenda Lopez,Ulla Bourne,Barbara Marcus,Summer Banner,Mari Wilson,Sally Roddy,Ke alohi Lee,Nancy Solomon,Lynn Sisco
Series Transportation Department Jack Sander,Bruce Hauer,Jerry Talamantes,Sam White,John Reed,Leroy Reed,Kelly Loo,Jon Sudee Dahl,Richard Udee Dahl,Richard Groder,Myles Kawakami,Stan Mataele,Charles Aloha Boy Reed,Michael Avallon,James G. Brill,Bob Wachs,Kenneth A. Owen,Mark Rau
Series Additional Crew Scott Hubbell,Jane Williams,David C. Hass,Cary Kwasizur,Anita Ashton Hooper,Tammi Campbell,Robin Guyett-Neenan,Nick Anderson,Franklin Pratt,Howard Keys,Christopher Kaufman,Peter A. Hoffman,Ledge Musselman,Gregory J. Bonann,C. Ransom Walrod,Shannon Cobleigh,Meg Huntington Cajero,Jimmy O Connell,Dave Keffer,Scott Sheckman,Michael Aretsky,Maria D. Rodriguez,Alicia Smith,Heather Bogdanovich,Danny Trefts,Craig Thomas Kwasizur,Valerie Lettera,Joe Quarles,Kim Youngblood,Mark Gerald,Brita Holmberg,Ronn Wong,Jon Valenti,Kim Carlsberg,Joe Molina,Rebecca L. Dirden,Michael Baum,Devon Clark,Heather Sherman,Irish Barber,Steve Madigan,Vern Hoke,Angela Laprete,Douglas Schwartz,Alexis Hina Barber,Laurie Foi,Robert Griffith,Kristin McEntee,William Chico Powell,Haley Jackson,Sheldon Brigman,Michael Berk,Oliver Konia,Robert Wong,Dan Peterson,Elizabeth Dowling,Kevin L. Beggs,David W. Hagar,Kim Montanaro,Marisa Lloreda,Scott Dwyer,Gillian Horvath,Rachel Delia,Scott Hilton,Thornton Lukela,Scott Rogers,Terry Erwin,Lee Goldberg,Andrea Hecht,William Rabkin,Lynne White,David Maurer,Ahmed Saker,Leslie Ann Sacco,Shane Todd,John N. Moore,Betty Richardone,Deborah Schwartz,Lou Ann Edwards,Jack Tice,Brandi Joseph,Chriss Celentano,Kristy Dobkin,John M.H. Lee,Kim Limtiaco,Melisa Uchida,Joshua Findlay,Sam Israels,Dan McCarthy,Hynndie Wali,Caroline Yeh,Terri Chambers,David Braff,Hans Rodionoff,Erik Jensen,Makamae Masuda,Robert Silberling,Lisa Bernfeld,David Daley,Brandon Colgan,Bryan Schwartz,Tyler Ramsey,Michael Rucker,Rae Abraham,Jason Coleman,Kate Boutilier,Lewis Stout,Amy Wilkins,Eric Kaufman,Paul K. Niiyama,Reid Keoki Smith,Maria Kika Rangel,Jules Hussey,Stacy Robison,Becky Herron,Cara Dellaverson,Mark Vollmer,Terri L. Anderson,Lisa K. Brause,Elizabeth Friedlander,Elizabeth A. Hogan,Charlene Tamasy,Chris Valenti,Miles Flewitt,Anastasia Hahalis,Jacqueline Majers,Jon Montanaro,Kelly Loo,Jack Gittings,Jennifer Dearien,Cameron Crenshaw,Petra Selders,Patricia A. Walrod,Michael McAtter,Mike Martin,Gregory J. Barnett,Jack Aaron,Rocky Bester,Joanne Driscoll,Jack Ellison,Joe Weatherstone,Kristin Witcombe,Megan Worthy,Nanci L. Hammond,James Lew,Jacqui C. Majors,Linda Flewitt,Terri Johnson,Jimmy Austin,Robert Gluck,Troy Waters,Stuart Asbjornsen,Randie Farish,Alan Kiriu,Alex Cronan,Rick Dobson,Gordon Forbes III,David Hasselhoff,Barbara J. Keys,Kimo Blankenfeld,Steven Neumeier,Randy Barber,Kevin Nakatsuka,Nancy Solomon,Tom Brocato,Bob Corff,Moby Griffin,Ande Hecht-Endewardt,Glen Kanzer,Candy Lind,Tiffany Miller,Gene Starzenski,Kym Stys,Francis X. Tobin,Evans Butterworth,Kristin Jackson,Heather Kritzer,Louis Gendron,Julie McKinnon,George Meyers,Vicki Crawford,John Siedenburg,Jennifer Diane Hanson
Series Thanks Jon Johnson,Scott Levitta,Mace Matiosian,David Rappaport,Michael Cuccione,Charlie Everett Hays,Mark Martin
Genres Action, Adventure, Crime
Companies GTG Entertainment, Pearson All-American Television, The Baywatch Company
Countries USA
Languages English
ContentRating TV-PG
ImDbRating 5.4
ImDbRatingVotes 27979
MetacriticRating 42
Keywords big breasts,love interest,sex scene,father son relationship,death of protagonist