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'Knight Rider' Uncovers K.I.T.T. Transformation Via Video Promo

September 16, 2008 (8:44 am) GMT
The promotional video for the first season of a sequel to the 1982 hit TV series of the same name has been presented.

Nearly a week leading to its season premiere, "" has hypened up its promotional effort by letting out a new video. The short footage highlights on KITT, the iconic talking car, and its transformation to a Ford Mustang Shelby GT500KR. It also allows fans to hear , who voices the highly advanced mobile robot in the new series, saying, "Yeah, I'm good."

A sequel to the 1982 television series of the same title starring , "Rider" will follow the adventure of 23-year-old ex-Army Ranger and estranged son of Michael Knight, Mike Traceur, in becoming the new Knight Rider. The series reinvents KITT, which acronym now stands for "Knight Industries Three Thousand", as an artificially intelligence capable of hacking almost any system, transforming into other vehicles and using sophisticated holographic imagery to elude villains.

NBC will air the series' season premiere at 8:00 P.M. on September 24, 2008, a week after online video hosting service Hulu.com debuts the series on the Internet. Starring , , Wayne Kasserman and Kilmer, the series has been preceded by a television movie of the same name on February 17, providing viewers with a background story to the show.

"Knight Rider" Season 1 Promo:



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