Next Episode of The New Lassie is
not planed. TV Show was canceled.
In the new story, Lassie has settled down with the McCulloch family in the fictitious town of Glenn Ridge, California. Lassie's new family includes Dee Wallace Stone who played the mother in "E.T.," and her real-life husband, Christopher Stone. Their two TV children are newcomers — 14-year-old Wendy Cox and 10-year-old Will Nipper.Jon Provost played Timmy, the young master Lassie often rescued from trouble, from 1957 to 1964. In the new version, 39-year-old Provost plays Uncle Jack, who comes to visit now and then.Instead of being merely a story about a boy and his dog, the new "Lassie" will throw a girl into the mix and move the family from the country into the suburb of a large city. The unflappable collie, stepping into a new age will champion causes ranging from animal rights to latchkey children.
Uncle Steve is all by himself in the hills and seriously wounded by an irresponsible hunter. Lassie is ready to come to the rescue, but first she must deal with a bum rap that lands her in the custody of the overzealous dogcatcher.
Lassie is stranded in the city, but she meets Mike, a boy who shares her same problem.
Lassie brings a stray dog home, who are surprised when two different owners come to claim the pet.
Lassie is trapped in a hot car while Will is trying to impress the coach---and a young lady (Katie Jane Johnston.)
When Megan becomes ill after swimming in a polluted lake, Chris sets out to find the source of the contamination.
Wayne, Will's friend (Gabriel Damon) is determined to play a trick on a neighbor the night before Halloween.
June Lockhart of the original series appears as the collie's former owner, who comes looking for her pet and finds her long-lost son.
A councilwoman (Patricia McCormack) tries to ban a horse from the neighborhood, so Lassie and the kids dig into the case.
An autistic boy (Gregor Hesse) finds a friend in Lassie.
Lassie is about to give birth to puppies, and Will decides to sell one to raise money for a new racing bike.
Shepard, a mysterious magician (Tony Jay) fails to impress Megan until his performance at a benefit show.
Will joins his friend Arnie (Josh C. Williams) in a prank that closes school for the day, freeing the boys to get into more trouble.
Andrew Leeds, an unexpected houseguest (Roddy McDowall) who dislikes children and animals upsets Dee and Will, until they discover who he really is.
After receiving a troubling phone call, Dee heads for the lake, where a storm traps her and Lassie in an old cabin.
Will accepts a challenge to tackle a maze set up by a practical joker (Chris Demetral), unaware of the danger that lies ahead.
Megan helps the victim of a motorcycle accident, unaware that the crash has broken a gas line.
When Uncle Steve takes Will and Megan gliding, they learn that hanging out with him can be dangerous.
An old photo sends the McCullochs to a ghost town on a quest for treasure---but a modern-day outlaw is hiding there too.
Lassie unearths a clay pot that indicates the presence of an ancient burial ground.
Will, Megan and Lassie play ball at Chris's latest construction site---a field scattered with live artillery shells.
When burglars strike the McCulloch house, Lassie runs off to sound the alarm.
Will, Lassie, a local merchant and a rattlesnake are trapped in the man's shop.
A loose electrical wire turns a metal fence by Will's baseball field into a high-voltage hazard.
After Will enters an abandoned house on a dare, someone sets the place on fire.
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