Friday the 13th: The Series

Friday the 13th: The Series

This show is about two distant cousins, Ryan Dallion and Micki Foster, who inherit an antique shop named Curious Goods from their Uncle Lewis Vendredi. They are unaware that Vendredi made a pact with the Devil to sell cursed antiques, and when he tried to back out the Devil came to claim his soul. The cousins sell the antiques to unsuspecting buyers, then realize too late what they've done. Now Ryan and Micki team up with their uncle's innocent partner Jack Marshak, an occultist who unwittingly purchased the antiques for Vendredi. Using Lewis' manifest, they track the sales and try to recover the antiques, each of which gives its owner special powers in return for some kind of sacrifice: typically human lives.

Late in the second season, the trio got involved with Johnny Ventura, whose father was killed by an antique wielder. He helped them in their investigations and when Ryan had to leave at the beginning of the third season, Johnny helped out Micki and Jack full-time. They occasionally ran into magical artifacts that weren't antiques, but for the most part they'd recover the indestructible antiques and store them in the vault below the antique store that they used as their base of operations.

Episode Info

Final: 3x20 -- The Charnel Pit (May/26/1990)

Micki runs afoul of a collector owning a two-sided painting which functions as a portal through time to the Marquis de Sade.
John D. LeMayJohn D. LeMay
As Ryan Dallion (S01-S02)
John D. LeMayJohn D. LeMay
As Ryan Dallion (S01-S02)
Louise RobeyLouise Robey
As Micki Foster (as Robey)
Louise RobeyLouise Robey
As Micki Foster (as Robey)
Steve MonarqueSteve Monarque
As Johnny Ventura (S03)
Steve MonarqueSteve Monarque
As Johnny Ventura (S03)
Chris WigginsChris Wiggins
As Jack Marshak
Chris WigginsChris Wiggins
As Jack Marshak

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Recurring Guests

R.G. Armstrong as Lewis Vendredi (8 eps)
Carolyn Dunn as Laurie Warren (8 eps)
Bill Vibert as Sleazy Hood (8 eps)
Kate Trotter as Effie Stokes (7 eps)
Jill Hennessy as Vampire Woman (7 eps)
Steve Monarque as Johnny (7 eps)
Colin Fox as Brother Le Croix (6 eps)
Denis Forest as Eddie Monroe (6 eps)
Wayne Best as Brad (6 eps)
George Buza as O'Connor's Neighbor (6 eps)

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Type: Scripted
Genres: Drama, Horror/Supernatural
Status: Canceled/Ended
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: October 03, 1987
Ended: May 26, 1990
• Friday's Curse (A&E repeats), (Used In USA)
• The 13th Hour (Working Title)
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