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Superboy (TV Series)
This page contains a list of all episodes in the television series.
If you have found an episode that is not seen on this page, please add it to this list, and the appropriate Season's list.

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Starring
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Unknown

Executive Producers

Country of origin
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United States of America

Network
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Syndication

Total Episodes
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100


First Aired
Last Aired

October 8, 1988
May 17, 1992


Summary

Superboy (later retitled The Adventures of Superboy) was an American television program produced by Ilya and Alexander Salkind from 1989 until 1992. The program aired for four seasons in syndication. John Haymes Newman played the eponymous role of Superboy opposite Stacy Haiduk’s Lana Lang. By Season two, Newman was replaced with actor Gerard Christopher, who continued the role of Superboy throughout the remainder of the series. Although the pilot episode featured a snapshot of life in Smallville, the bulk of the series took place at the fictitious Shuster College in Florida. The series featured several well-known comic book personalities including Lex Luthor, Pete Ross, Metallo and Bizarro, as well as brand new characters such as T.J. White (the nephew of Daily Planet editor Perry White). In 1992, Warner Bros., the parent company of DC Comics, filed a lien against the Salkinds in an effort to maintain licensing control of all of their Superman-related properties. Although Superboy was a Salkind production of a Time Warner property, it was distributed in the United States by Viacom, which later merged with Paramount in 1994. Because of the number of different companies involved in Superboy, and due to legal issues between Salkind and Time Warner that took time to settle, the Superboy television series has not re-aired on American television since its initial syndicated run. Though Time Warner owns all the footage to every other Salkind production of a Superman property exclusively, it shares ownership of the Superboy footage with Viacom/Paramount and Salkind.

Principal Cast

  • John Haymes Newman as Superboy (Season One)
  • Gerard Christopher as Superboy (Seasons Two-Four)
  • John Newton as Clark Kent
  • Stacy Haiduk as Lana Lang
  • James Calvert as T.J. White
  • George Chakiris as Professor Peterson
  • Ian Mitchell-Smith as Andy McAllister (Season two-guest spot on season three
  • Sherman Howard as Lex Luthor (Season 2-4)
  • Tracy Roberts as Darla (Season 2-4)
  • Barry Meyers as Bizarro (Season 2-4, eight episodes)

Episodes

Season One

Episode Air Date
"The Jewel of the Techacal" October 8, 1988
"A Kind of Princess" October 15, 1988
"Back to Oblivion" October 22, 1988
"The Russian Exchange Student" October 29, 1988
"Countdown to Nowhere" November 5, 1988
"Bringing Down the House" November 12, 1988
"The Beast and the Beauty" November 19, 1988
"The Fixer" November 26, 1988
"The Alien Solution" December 3, 1988
"Troubled Waters" December 10, 1988
"The Invisible People" January 21, 1989
"Kryptonite Kills" January 28, 1989
"Revenge of the Alien, Part I" February 4, 1989
"Revenge of the Alien, Part II" February 11, 1989
"Stand Up and Get Knocked Down" February 18, 1989
"Meet Mr. Mxyzptlk" February 25, 1989
"Birdwoman of the Swamps" March 4, 1989
"Terror From the Blue" March 11, 1989
"War of the Species" March 18, 1989
"Little Hercules" April 15, 1989
"Mutant" April 22, 1989
"The Phantom of the Third Division" April 29, 1989
"Black Flamingo" May 6, 1989
"Hollywood" May 13, 1989
"Succubus" May 20, 1989
"Luthor Unleashed" May 27, 1989

Season Two

Episode Air Date
"With This Ring, I Thee Kill" October 7, 1989
"Lex Luthor: Sentenced to Death" October 14, 1989
"Metallo" October 21, 1989
"Young Dracula" October 28, 1989
"Nightmare Island" November 4, 1989
"Bizarro... The Thing of Steel" November 11, 1989
"The Battle With Bizarro" November 18, 1989
"Mr. and Mrs. Superboy" November 25, 1989
"Programmed for Death" December 2, 1989
"Superboy's Deadly Touch" December 9, 1989
"The Power of Evil" December 16, 1989
"Superboy... Rest in Peace" December 30, 1989
"Super Menace" January 13, 1990
"Yellow Peri's Spell of Doom" January 20, 1990
"Microboy" January 27, 1990
"Run, Dracula, Run" February 3, 1990
"Brimstone" February 10, 1990
"Abandon Earth" February 17, 1990
"Escape to Earth" February 24, 1990
"Superstar" March 3, 1990
"Nick Knack" April 14, 1990
"The Haunting of Andy McAlister" April 21, 1990
"Revenge from the Deep" April 28, 1990
"Secrets of Superboy" May 5, 1990
"Johnny Casanova and the Case of the Secret Serum" May 12, 1990
"The Woman Called Tiger Eye" May 19, 1990

Season Three

Episode Air Date
"The Bride of Bizarro, Part I" October 6, 1990
"The Bride of Bizarro, Part II" October 13, 1990
"The Lair" October 20, 1990
"Neila" October 27, 1990
"Roads Not Taken, Part I" November 3, 1990
"Roads Not Taken, Part II" November 10, 1990
"The Sons of Icarus" November 17, 1990
"Carnival" November 24, 1990
"Test of Time" December 1, 1990
"Mindscape" December 8, 1990
"Superboy... Lost" December 15, 1990
"Special Effects" January 5, 1991
"Neila and the Beast" January 12, 1991
"The Golem" January 19, 1991
"A Day in the Double Life" January 26, 1991
"Bodyswap" February 2, 1991
"Rebirth, Part I" February 9, 1991
"Rebirth, Part II" February 16, 1991
"Werewolf" February 23, 1991
"The People vs. Metallo" April 6, 1991
"Jackson and Hyde" April 13, 1991
"Mine Games" April 20, 1991
"Wish for Armageddon" May 4, 1991
"Standoff" May 11, 1991
"The Road to Hell, Part I" May 18, 1991
"The Road to Hell, Part II" May 25, 1991

Season Four

Episode Air Date
"A Change of Heart, Part I" October 6, 1991
"A Change of Heart, Part II" October 13, 1991
"The Kryptonite Kid" October 20, 1991
"The Basement" October 27, 1991
"Darla Goes Ballistic" November 3, 1991
"Paranoia" November 10, 1991
"Know Thine Enemy, Part I" November 17, 1991
"Know Thine Enemy, Part II" November 24, 1991
"Hell Breaks Loose" December 1, 1991
"Into the Mystery" December 8, 1991
"To Be Human, Part I" January 19, 1992
"To Be Human, Part II" January 26, 1992
"West of Alpha Centauri" February 2, 1992
"Threesome, Part I" February 9, 1992
"Threesome, Part II" February 16, 1992
"Out of Luck" February 23, 1992
"Who is Superboy?" March 1, 1992
"Cat and Mouse" April 19, 1992
"Obituary for a Super Hero" April 26, 1992
"Metamorphosis" May 3, 1992
"Rites of Passage, Part I" May 10, 1992
"Rites of Passage, Part II" May 17, 1992

Notes

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