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Composer(s) James Covell
Original language(s) English
Final episode date 19 February 1995
Also known as 'Get Smart '95'
Country of origin United States
First episode date 1995
|Created by Michael J. DiGaetano
Starring Don Adams Andy Dick Elaine Hendrix Barbara Feldon Heather Morgan
Cast Don Adams, Barbara Feldon, Andy Dick, Elaine Hendrix, David Ketchum
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Get Smart is an American sitcom sequel to the original 1965–1970 NBC/CBS sitcom Get Smart starring Don Adams and Barbara Feldon reprising their characters of Maxwell Smart and Agent 99. The series aired Sunday at 7:30 pm on Fox for seven episodes from January 8 to February 19, 1995.
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Maxwell Smart is the Chief of CONTROL, and Agent 99 is a politician. Their bungling son, Zach (Andy Dick), one of the twins introduced in the fifth season of the original show, becomes CONTROL's star agent. Zach is teamed with the reluctant Agent 66 (Elaine Hendrix) as they try to stop KAOS from controlling the world's economy. Joining Zach and 66 is Trudy (Heather Morgan), an accident prone spy, and Agent 0, a master of disguise.
The relative success of the 1989 reunion movie Get Smart, Again! eventually prompted the development of a weekly revival of Get Smart, with Don Adams and Barbara Feldon reprising their characters Maxwell Smart and Agent 99 respectively, with Dave Ketchum also reprising his role of Agent 13 and Bernie Kopell reprising his role as Siegfried. Though Zachary Smart's name was revealed in the FOX revival, his twin sister's name remained unrevealed.
With the revival series on Fox, Get Smart became the first television franchise to air new episodes on each of the current four major American television networks, although several TV shows in the 1940s and 1950s aired on NBC, CBS, ABC, and DuMont. The different versions of Get Smart did not all feature the original lead cast intact. The first four seasons of the original Get Smart series aired on NBC, while the fifth and final season aired on CBS. Get Smart, Again! aired on ABC.
The show failed to recapture the spirit of the original, and low ratings with an average of 5 million viewers per episode ranked the series 133rd for 1995. There were not high hopes for the series as Andy Dick had already moved on to NewsRadio, which premiered weeks later in 1995 on NBC.
The complete series was released on DVD on June 3, 2008 by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment in anticipation of the release of the 2008 film Get Smart starring Steve Carell.