|Aired from September 1, 1997 to December 8, 1997||40 eps||Syndicated||30 min|
Ten years after clearing out every malcontent ghost and goblin in New York City, the Ghostbusters have disbanded. The Ecto-1 is gathering dust, the old Firehouse headquarters is quiet, and all the guys have left town -- except Egon who lives at the Firehouse and teaches a class on the Paranormal at a local college.
But now after a decade of quiet, the supernatural is rearing its ugly ectoplasmic head again, and Manhattan is overrun with ghosts bent on mayhem and malevolent fun. New York needs the Ghostbusters. But the Ghostbusters are gone ... or are they.
It's up to Professor Egon Spengler and the former-Ghostbusters secretary Janine Melnitz (now one of the five students taking Egon's class) to recruit a new team to fill the Ghostbusters' Ecto-Visors and Slime-Repellent Boots. Short on time and more than a little desperate, they turn to Egon's four teenaged students: Kylie Griffin, a girl genius with a head full of incantations and occult knowledge; Eduardo Rivera, a hip, cynical slacker with a serious crush on Kylie; Garrett Miller, a wheelchair-bound young athlete with an attitude for fun; and Roland Jackson, a studious non-athlete who's a whiz with machinery.
Along with the Ghostbusters' old pal Slimer, Egon, Janine, and the kids set up shop in the firehouse, where they arm themselves with PKE meters, nuclear powered Proton Pack blasters, and everything else they'll need (refurbished with the help of Egon) to treat a new generation of ghosts to a Proton Pack roast!
As the series only lasted one season, there is no need to use season numbers in the table below. The "Prod #" column is, of course, the official production number assigned to each episode. Yes, the episodes were erratically numbered.
GUIDE CREDITS: Compiled by Paul Rudoff. Episode Synopses written by Paul Rudoff (copyright © 1998 by Paul Rudoff). Series Synopsis (seen above) written by Deborah Chisholm and Bohbot Entertainment. Additional information provided by Doreen Mulman, Nora Salisbury, MrMichaelT, Troy Benjamin, Marla Charendoff, Jon Fuller, and Bohbot Entertainment.
|No.||Prod. #||Air Date||Episode Title|
|1||101||9/1/1997||Darkness At Noon (Part 1)|
|2||140||9/2/1997||Darkness At Noon (Part 2)|
|3||107||9/3/1997||The True Face Of A Monster|
|6||105||9/8/1997||Casting The Runes|
|7||106||9/9/1997||The Infernal Machine|
|8||108||9/10/1997||Home Is Where The Horror Is|
|12||110||9/23/1997||The Pied Piper Of Manhattan|
|13||112||9/24/1997||Be Careful What You Wish For|
|15||128||9/26/1997||The Jersey Devil|
|18||119||10/1/1997||Ghost Apocalyptic Future|
|19||120||10/2/1997||Bird Of Prey|
|20||123||10/3/1997||Seeds Of Destruction|
|21||114||11/3/1997||The Luck Of The Irish|
|25||125||11/7/1997||In Your Dreams|
|28||134||11/13/1997||Eyes Of A Dragon|
|29||137||11/14/1997||Till Death Do Us Start|
|30||138||11/24/1997||Glutton For Punishment|
|31||127||11/25/1997||Ghost In The Machine|
|34||135||11/28/1997||A Temporary Insanity|
|36||131||12/2/1997||Heart Of Darkness|
|37||136||12/3/1997||Back In The Saddle (Part 1)|
|38||139||12/4/1997||Back In The Saddle (Part 2)|