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Genre Supernatural
Created by Ralph Hemecker
Starring Yancy Butler
David Chokachi
Anthony Cistaro
Will Yun Lee
John Hensley
Eric Etebari
Theme music composer Joel Goldsmith
Country of origin United States
Language(s) English
No. of seasons 2
No. of episodes 23 (List of episodes)
Executive producer(s) Dan Halsted
Ralph Hemecker
Producer(s) Vikki Williams
Running time 60 minutes
Original channel TNT
Audio format Dolby
Original run June 12, 2001 – August 26, 2002
Preceded by Witchblade (2000 film)
External links
Official website

Following a pilot film in August 2000, the cable network TNT premiered a Witchblade television series based on the Witchblade Top Cow Productions comic book series in 2001. The series was directed by Ralph Hemecker and written by Marc Silvestri (who also wrote the comic book) and J.D. Zeik.

Yancy Butler starred as Sara Pezzini, Anthony Cistaro as Kenneth Irons, David Chokachi as Jake McCartey, Eric Etebari as Ian Nottingham, Will Yun Lee as Danny Woo, Conrad Dunn as Tommy Gallo, Kenneth Welsh as Joe Siri, and John Hensley as Gabriel Bowman, among others. Although critically acclaimed and popular with audiences, the show was canceled in September 2002; there was speculation that the cancellation was connected to Butler's entering rehab for alcoholism.[1 ]

The series ran for two seasons on TNT, for a total of 24 episodes (including pilot). The first episode aired June 12, 2001; the last episode aired August 26, 2002. In spite of its cancellation, Witchblade was ranked seventh in the Top 10 Basic Cable Dramas for 2002 (Multichannel News, February 24, 2003).



Recurring cast

  • Lazar Rockwood as Lazar
  • Kathryn Winslow as Vicky Po
  • Nestor Serrano as Captain Bruno Dante
  • Bill Mcdonald as Jerry Orlinsky
  • Kim De Lury as Conchobar
  • Johnie Chase as Det. 'Jumbo'
  • Dov Tiefenbach as Jagger
  • Noah Danby as Det. Burgess



On May 29, 2007, the soundtrack for the series' score was released by composer Joel Goldsmith on his independent record label, FreeClyde.[2]

In 2004, a compilation album, Witchblade — The Music, was released on the Edge Artists record label featuring music from/inspired by the Top Cow comic book and the Witchblade TV series. It was compiled and produced by G Tom Mac.

DVD release

On April 1, 2008, Warner Home Video announced a DVD release. Witchblade: The Complete Series — a seven-disc collectors set including the original made-for-TV movie, all 23 episodes of the series, and special features — was released on July 29, 2008.

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