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Topic - Walker, Texas Ranger
Walker, Texas Ranger is an American television action crime drama series created by Leslie Greif and Paul Haggis, and starring Chuck Norris as a member of the Texas Ranger Division. The show aired on CBS, with the first season consisting of three pilot episodes. Eight full seasons followed from April 21, 1993 to May 19, 2001. It was broadcast in over 100 countries, and has since spawned a made-for-television movie, entitled Trial By Fire. The movie ended on a cliffhanger, which, as of 2010, has not yet been resolved. The series was originally conceived on August 6, 1987. DVD sets of all seasons have been released (with the three pilots packaged with the second season). At various times since 1997, reruns of the show have aired, in syndication, on the USA Network and Action in Canada. As of July 6, 2010, Walker Texas Ranger is now shown on Spike TV and as of September 13, 2010, the series is shown on WGN America. - Source: Wikipedia
Chuck Norris’ spacious Dallas home from his “Walker, Texas Ranger” television series is on the market. The Mediterranean ranch-style home in the tony Dallas neighborhood of Northwood Hills also was the on-screen residence of Cordell Walker, the roundhouse-kicking Texas Ranger who battled villainy at every turn.
In a Dec. 2 story about actor Chuck Norris receiving an honorary membership in the Texas Rangers, The Associated Press erroneously reported one of his titles on the his television show, "Walker, Texas Ranger." He was the lead actor and executive producer, not the executive director.