A high schooler fears her brother, dropped from the football team for injuries and poor grades, will turn to drug dealing.
A corporate executive (Elizabeth Berridge) finds herself a suspect when a recreational war game leads to homicide. With Edward Woodward.
McCall goes under cover as a neo-Nazi when he receives reports of neighborhood harassment by 'skinheads.'.
A man becomes desperate when two men connected to the rape and beating of his pregnant wife are released because of a clerical error.
McCall believes a murder-mystery buff (Maureen Stapleton) who claims she saw a real killing; guest Laura San Giacomo.
The man (Dan O'Herlihy) who killed McCall's father (Tim Woodward) kidnaps a Chilean poet (Tony Plana); guest Pat Hingle.
Concern reunites McCall and his ex-wife when their son, who escaped from Bulgarian kidnappers, returns with a rescue team to free a captive friend.
A girl asks McCall to help a man (Michael Moriarty) who claims to be an endangered extraterrestrial; guest George Plimpton.
McCall suspects a senior paramedic of murdering drunks who supposedly died of cardiac arrest; guest Joe Seneca.
An elderly woman requests McCall's intervention when her landlord abuses his wife and young daughter.
The latest victims (Howie Seago, Cynthia Nixon) in a string of robberies of the deaf are reluctant to accept McCall's help.
McCall defends Control before a company tribunal trying him for treason; guests Roy Dotrice, Sylvia Sidney.
The near-kidnapping of a boy reveals he is the son of a Central American syndicate member (Hector Elizondo).
McCall (Edward Woodward) offers to track down the killer of an arms dealer infected with a deadly disease.
The wife (J. Smith-Cameron) of a mob leader turns to McCall (Edward Woodward) for help when her son is kidnapped.
A crime victim's husband threatens a gun-control advocate and her paraplegic husband; guest Sally Jessy Raphael.
Subversives use Kostmayer as bait for McCall and a test subject for their mind-altering drug.
A white South African (Theodore Bikel) blames Scott's girlfriend, a black South African musician, for his wife's death.
McCall uncovers a family's past.
A Chinatown merchant asks McCall for help.
McCall battles a gang that has taken over a Bronx high school.
An aide learns her boss (Stanley Tucci), an ambitious assemblyman, is involved in political blackmail; guest E.G. Marshall.
McCall seeks the killer of a woman (Anne Twomey) he once recruited for a dangerous South American operation.
A killer seeks revenge on the man (Michael Parks) who helped put him in prison; guest Verna Bloom.
A mother with a history of mental problems claims her ex-husband is trying to drive her insane; guest Polly Holliday.
A world-renowned bounty hunter corners a drug-crazed killer and his brother (Joe Maruzzo, Michael Cerveris) in Pete's Restaurant.
A 10-year-old asks McCall to help his homeless family, abused by the owner of a hotel used for public housing.
With Control and Scott taken prisoner, McCall doubts the woman who claims to be his lost love, Manon.
The alleged suicide of a friend raises McCall's suspicions, and McCall's daughter returns, having followed her 'father' to New York fearing for his sanity.
McCall suspects that a foreign dignitary accused of kidnapping his son is using his diplomatic status as a front.
A reporter's (Daniel Davis) probe into his daughter's death leads to a prostitution ring, blackmail and murder.
McCall goes after a scam artist who manipulates a gang of delinquents into doing his dirty work for him.
An aide (Amanda Plummer) in a police task force overhears a conversation about the murder of an undercover officer.
While McCall tries to lift Gage's holiday spirits, he gets a cry for help from a 6-year-old with AIDS.
Seeking revenge on a director (George Morfogen), a psychopath booby-traps the theater doors during rehearsal.
An ex-agent (Richard Jordan) helps protect a mayor involved in a covert Company plan to supply freedom fighters.
Scott and Kostmayer (William Zabka, Keith Szarabajka) realize that they must play by Dyson's (Robert Mitchum) rules if they want to see McCall (Edward Woodward) alive. With Richard Jordan.
McCall (Edward Woodward) is abducted, and two former associates (Robert Mitchum, Richard Jordan) race against the clock to find him.
American and Soviet agents search for an Eastern European scientist who is intent on applying for political asylum.
McCall and Kostmayer (Edward Woodward, Keith Szarabajka) stumble into a case of murder and corruption on Wall Street.
A mentally impaired man (Vincent Phillip D'Onofrio) is suspected of killing a co-worker; guests William Converse, Charles Cioffi.
McCall enlists a repentant ex-terrorist monk (Telly Savalas) to track down an anti-American international terrorist.
McCall enlists a repentant ex-terrorist monk (Telly Savalas) to track down an international terrorist.
A boy hires McCall to save his father (John Goodman), a security expert blackmailed to steal a chemical.
A con artist and a woman under psychiatric care turn to McCall (Edward Woodward) for help. With W.H. Macy and Charles Keating.
Scott's attempts to use his father's methods in helping a friend result in a life-and-death predicament that only his dad can solve.
A beautiful psychiatrist (Patricia Kalember) helps McCall understand a serial murderer begging to be stopped.
A 13-year-old girl, running away from her battling parents, becomes caught up in the world of child pornography.
A police officer (Kevin Spacey) tracks a bail-jumper (Lindsay Crouse) accused of killing his partner; guest Austin Pendleton.
Time is running out as Yvette tries to learn the identity of the person who has been giving information to her police inspector father.
Control summons McCall to help the daughter (Melissa Sue Anderson) of a kidnapped Quebec police inspector.
A judge asks a woman for sexual favors as part of an agreement to reduce her husband's drug-possession sentence.
Fearing for his life, Control asks McCall to protect him from the KGB, who infiltrated a Company operation.
A construction worker observes a strangling in an apartment across the street, but police find no body.
McCall (Edward Woodward) comes to the aid of a widow whose infant son was kidnapped from her hospital bed.
Mickey's brother, a priest, refuses to reveal details of an assassination plot heard in confession.
Extortionists snatch a jockey's son to force the man to throw a high-stakes race; guests Paul Gleason, Cleavant Derricks.
McCall comes to the rescue when a notorious vigilante group tries to hide its involvement in the murder of a student.
A group of shady characters and a series of fake obituaries figure in a scheme to frame McCall for murder.
Three drug-crazed thugs terrorize night riders on the subway. Guest stars: Austin Pendleton, Frances Fisher and Thomas G. Waites.
An officer in the National Guard is implicated in a gruesome murder and turns to McCall for much-needed help.
A high schooler (Christian Slater) takes a hearse for a joy ride, then discovers the casket is filled with crack.
His girlfriend's (Tammy Grimes) death leads McCall to a woman (Jennifer Grey) pursued by a terrorist (Lewis Vanbergen).
McCall hires distraught Logan (Michael Parks) to protect a blind woman (Jessica Harper) from a man who attacked her years before.
McCall faces death when he attempts to save a kidnapped journalist being tortured in a Latin American dictatorship.
McCall checks up on a reporter's reclusive neighbor (Tony Musante) and uncovers murder.
Creative McCall sets a trap for a corporate president suspected of stealing an inventor's automotive design.
McCall retraces the steps of a ladies' man given 36 hours to deliver information from a mystery woman to killers.
McCall and several other wedding-party members fall victim to a terrorist plot to abduct a wealthy philanthropist.
McCall and a former agent (Gwen Verdon) follow a single clue to find the killer of lonely middle-aged women.
McCall (Edward Woodward) is torn between protecting a woman from her abusive husband and confronting an old enemy.
The owner (Robert Davi) of a window-washing operation threatens two workers who want to form a union.
An innocent man (James Murtagh) becomes involved with a ring dealing in stolen information; guest Robin Curtis.
A paroled robber terrorizes the current spouse (Barry Primus) of McCall's ex-wife (Sandy Dennis).
McCall's (Edward Woodward) investigation of a wealthy slumlord reveals a plot to kill the man's wife.
A doctor (Lonette McKee) in an inner-city clinic asks McCall to protect her patients from a gang; guest Fred Williamson.
A bored housewife (Blanche Baker) leaves a restaurant with a stranger (Ray Sharkey) and witnesses a murder.
A vigilante killer pins McCall's newspaper ad to his victims; Kostmayer romances a client; guest Mark Linn-Baker.
A mother asks McCall to extricate her son (Adam Horovitz) from the world of drug smuggling; guest Billy Wirth.
An assassin seeks McCall's backing in an attack on a political figure (George Morfogen) and his wife (Alberta Watson).
McCall and Scott head out for a weekend in the country, but wind up helping an assault victim (Dana Baron).
McCall helps a man who unknowingly delivered a shipment of contraband for a friend with mob connections.
A policewoman's life is in danger after she realizes that her fellow officers are involved in corruption and murder.
A man from the Midwest turns to McCall (Edward Woodward) for assistance when his daughter is abducted. Guest star: Adam Ant.
McCall (Edward Woodward) poses as a homeless derelict in an effort to foil attempts on the life of an old friend.
Kidnappers mistake a Chinese boy for the son of wealthy parents.
Former secret agent Robert McCall resigns and opens a one-man security company; guest Patricia Kalember.