Fingered as a leak in security, Jake becomes the pawn in a deadly game.
Jake is ordered to provide protection for a former mayor/addict, running for re-election.
Jake's lost love walks back into his life to report her own murder.
Jake must rescue his son from a scientist who wants to send him into a Utopian cyberspace.
When a former freezermate extracts his memory, Jake risks falling into a state of dementia.
Jake (Greg Evigan) is befriended by a man and his sister (Peter Spence, Deborah Rennard), who devised a plan to kill all Tek users.
The agency agrees to help Nika's former partner in crime find a bullion shipment that was lost in cyberspace.
Jake's new partner, Sam, undergoes mind-sculpting so she may insinuate herself into a mob family whose power is growing.
A prostitute seems too genuine to be a computer-generated image.
Jake is hired by his arch enemy, the android Winger.
Locked in a cryogenic prison, Jake (Greg Evigan) must enlist the help of convicts to outwit the freezer's computer.
A virus introduced into a virtual-reality game is blamed for destructive behavior.
Jake and Sid capture and incarcerate Miles O'Connor, a powerful Teklord.
Jake and Lianna search for terrorist Alec Seeger who has taken control of WeatherCon.
Jake (Greg Evigan) faces losing Beth (Torri Higginson) when her presumed-dead first love, a researcher close to a Tek cure, calls for help.
A charismatic former attorney general uses a government-sanctioned SWAT team to go after Teklords.
An advanced killing machine targets Bascom (William Shatner).
A drug researcher uncovers a scheme to addict TV viewers to a new Tek form.