Sunday, August 14, 2016
The title character, played by the late Winston Rekert, is a lifelong government agent who's reassigned to "Miscellaneous Affairs" after an incident where a baddie disables his right hand with an old-timey mace. Of course, Adderly being a go-to Canadian man of action, a bum hand and desk duty aren't enough to keep him out of trouble, and so it went for forty-four episodes between 1986 and 1988. Although produced in Canada, Adderly aired in the US on CBS during the late night slot that would later be occupied by David Letterman.
Like I said, almost entirely unmemorable, but I kinda dug the theme music. Watch the first episode below:
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