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Steve Austin is an astronaut who is seriously injured when his spaceship crashes. Handsome and athletic, Austin undergoes a government-sanctioned surgery, which rebuilds several of Steve's body parts with machine parts, making him cyborglike. When Steve recovers, his machine parts enable him to have superhuman strength and speed, as well as other powers. With these powers, Steve goes to work for the Office of Scientific Information, battling evil for the good of mankind.

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aired 2 days ago
Steve travels to the Middle East with the Air Force Thunderbirds to rescue an endangered prince.
aired 3 days ago
Steve travels to the Middle East with the Air Force Thunderbirds to rescue an endangered prince.
aired 4 days ago
A Latin American woman is seen dropping homing devices from her sailplane during practice flights.
aired 5 days ago
Bionic Andy (Vincent Van Patten) tries to clear his father's name; guests Greg Evigan, Dick Van Patten.
aired 6 days ago
A paralyzed 16-year-old (Vincent Van Patten) receives bionic limbs and is put under Steve's guidance.
airs in 9 days
A sheriff and a congressman sabotage an oil-drilling site; guests Ken Swofford, Bruce Glover.
airs in 8 days
Kidnappers stalk a boy (Lanny Horn) who has accidentally invented a new form of thermochemical energy; guest Frank Marth.
aired 9 days ago
Steve poses as a traitorous scientist to expose a spy ring that stole plans for a secret underwater breathing apparatus.
aired 10 days ago
A chimpanzee injected with an experiment serum bites Rudy Wells, turning him into a superhuman madman; guest Ina Balin.
aired 11 days ago
Steve poses as a bodyguard to capture enemy agents electronically controlling a nightclub comic (Flip Wilson).
aired 12 days ago
A test pilot (Farrah Fawcett-Majors) is suspected of espionage after claiming a Japanese zero shot down her plane.
aired 13 days ago
Steve battles aliens planning to build weapons with gold and jewels stolen by Bigfoot; guest John Saxon.
airs in 5 days
Steve joins forces with Soviet experts to stop a Venus probe which is loose and wreaking havoc in Wyoming.
airs in 4 days
Steve rushes to Wyoming to destroy an out-of-control probe, built to explore Venus.
aired 16 days ago
Steve tries to change the attitude of a teen who thinks nothing of breaking the law; guest Lindsay Wagner.
aired 17 days ago
Steve joins the police force to learn if a veteran officer is selling atomic-bomb parts to a foreign country.
aired 19 days ago
Steve escorts a pretty Soviet gymnast (Cathy Rigby) and her troupe on a tour of the United States.
aired 20 days ago
Steve Austin is an astronaut who is seriously injured when his spaceship crashes. Handsome and athletic, Austin undergoes a government-sanctioned surgery, which rebuilds several of Steve's body parts with machine parts, making him cyborglike. When Steve recovers, his machine parts enable him to have superhuman strength and speed, as well as other powers. With these powers, Steve goes to work for the Office of Scientific Information, battling evil for the good of mankind.
aired 20 days ago
Steve Austin is an astronaut who is seriously injured when his spaceship crashes. Handsome and athletic, Austin undergoes a government-sanctioned surgery, which rebuilds several of Steve's body parts with machine parts, making him cyborglike. When Steve recovers, his machine parts enable him to have superhuman strength and speed, as well as other powers. With these powers, Steve goes to work for the Office of Scientific Information, battling evil for the good of mankind.
aired 20 days ago
Steve Austin is an astronaut who is seriously injured when his spaceship crashes. Handsome and athletic, Austin undergoes a government-sanctioned surgery, which rebuilds several of Steve's body parts with machine parts, making him cyborglike. When Steve recovers, his machine parts enable him to have superhuman strength and speed, as well as other powers. With these powers, Steve goes to work for the Office of Scientific Information, battling evil for the good of mankind.
aired 23 days ago
Steve Austin is an astronaut who is seriously injured when his spaceship crashes. Handsome and athletic, Austin undergoes a government-sanctioned surgery, which rebuilds several of Steve's body parts with machine parts, making him cyborglike. When Steve recovers, his machine parts enable him to have superhuman strength and speed, as well as other powers. With these powers, Steve goes to work for the Office of Scientific Information, battling evil for the good of mankind.

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