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This article does not cite any references or sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (April 2010) Shaft Starring Richard Roundtree Country of origin United States Language(s) English No. of seasons 1 Broadcast Original channel CBS Original run 1973 – 1974 Chronology Preceded by Shaft  (1971 film) Shaft is a series of TV movies that aired along with Hawkins during 1973-74 television season on The New CBS Tuesday Night Movies. The series was based on three films beginning with Shaft (released in 1971), and starring Richard Roundtree as private detective John Shaft. Because it was aired on over-the-air television, CBS felt that the character needed to be toned down. Now instead of working against the police, he worked with them. Contemporary analysts suggested that since the two shows appealed to vastly different audience bases, alternating them only served to confuse fans of both series, giving neither one the time to build up a large viewership. Episodes # Title Original Airdate 1 "The Enforcers" October 9, 1973 (1973-10-09) 2 "The Killing" October 30, 1973 (1973-10-30) 3 "Hit-Run" November 20, 1973 (1973-11-20) 4 "The Kidnapping" December 11, 1973 (1973-12-11) 5 "Cop Killer" January 1, 1974 (1974-01-01) 6 "The Capricorn Murders" January 29, 1974 (1974-01-29) 7 "The Murder Machine" February 19, 1974 (1974-02-19) External links Shaft (TV series) at the Internet Movie Database TV Party: "Shaft" on TV The Shaft TV Series: guide by Steven Aldous v • d • e Shaft Films Shaft (1971 film) · Shaft's Big Score · Shaft in Africa · Shaft (2000 film) Characters John Shaft Related articles Shaft television series · "Theme from Shaft" · 1971 soundtrack This drama television program-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e