List of Swamp Thing Episodes

List Of Swamp Thing Episodes

The following is an episode list for the science fiction, action/adventure television series Swamp Thing. The series is based on the Vertigo Comics character Swamp Thing and reprises Dick Durock as the title character. Originally airing on USA Network, the series ran from 1990 to 1993 with a total of 3 seasons. It was planned to run 100 episodes but ended prematurely at 72.

In 2008, Shout! Factory released DVD collections of Swamp Thing episodes in their proper chronological order. The following list, however, depicts them as they originally aired on USA Network.

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