TM and © 1999 Warner Bros.
Ezekiel Stone has literally found Hell on Earth in the action thriller
"Brimstone." Fifteen years ago, New York's most prominent detective, Zeke
Stone (Peter Horton - "thirtysomething"), avenged his wife's rape by murdering
her attacker in cold blood. After his own death in the line of duty, Stone
is judged by the Devil (John Glover) himself and found to be no better
than the criminals he hunted down on the streets of New York.
"Brimstone" was produced by Warner Bros. Television and aired
pm Fridays (8:00 - 9:00 p.m. ET/PT) on the Fox Television Network.
The series was created by Ethan Reiff and Cyrus Voris with Reiff, Voris
and Felix Alcala serving as co-producers.
Stone is sent to Hell to suffer his penance--but there is unrest
in the netherworld. A mass "jailbreak" has unleashed 113 of the most vile
souls ever condemned to Hell into the unsuspecting land of the living.
Now, the Devil promises Stone heavenly redemption in exchange for his bounty-hunting
skills. For each soul that Stone captures, a corresponding Runic tattoo
etched into his torso vanishes. If he fails to round up the errant demons,
the price will be eternal fire and brimstone for Stone--and the world.
If he is successful, it could mean his own redemption.
Brimstone was canceled after 13 shows and the last episode aired
on March 12, 1999.
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