L.A. Firefighters

L.A. Firefighters
Genre Drama
Created by Gordon Greisman
Starring Jarrod Emick
Christine Elise
Alexandra Hedison
Elizabeth Mitchell
Miguel Sandoval
Brian Smiar
Carlton Wilborn
Brian Leckner
Theme music composer Russ Landau
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of episodes 13 (7 unaired)
Executive producer(s) Gordon Greisman
Running time 44 minutes
Original network Fox
Original release June 3 (1996-06-03) 
July 8, 1996 (1996-07-08)

L.A. Firefighters, also known as Fire Co. 132, is an American drama television series starring Jarrod Emick. The series premiered June 3, 1996, on Fox.[1][2]



After the initial six-episode summer run, the series was retitled and given new cast members.[3] Criticism of the show from the L.A. County Fire Fighters Union led to the series being retitled Fire Co. 132.[4] The retooled series never aired.


Thirteen episodes are registered with the United States Copyright Office.

L.A. Firefighters

# Title Director Writer Original airdate Production code
1PilotTBAGordon GreismanJune 3, 1996 (1996-06-03)3B99
2"Till Death Do Us Part"TBAGordon GreismanJune 10, 1996 (1996-06-10)LAF-102
3"It's a Family Affair"TBARandy AndersonJune 17, 1996 (1996-06-17)LAF-103
4"The Fire Down Below"Thomas J. WrightRandy AndersonJune 24, 1996 (1996-06-24)3B04
5"Curiouser and Curiouser"Randall ZiskAnn Lewis HamiltonJuly 1, 1996 (1996-07-01)3B05
6"A Mad Tea Party"TBATBAJuly 8, 1996 (1996-07-08)LAF-106

Fire Co. 132

Title Writer Production code
"So What Else Happened?"TBA4B01
"The Big One"TBA4B02
"Love Me Do"Karl Holman4B03
"The Match"Gary Glasberg4B04
"Deadly Cargo"Robert Zappia4B05
"Fuel & Spark"TBA4B06
"Twenty Devils"Karl Holman4B07


  1. O'Connor, John J. (June 3, 1996). "Cool Single People Living in Alaska, but Mooseless". The New York Times. Retrieved 2009-08-17.
  2. Rosenberg, Howard (June 3, 1996). "Setting Off an Alarm on a New Season". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 2009-08-17.
  3. Carter, Bill (August 29, 1996). "Back to the Storyboard for Sitcoms". The New York Times. Retrieved 2009-08-17.
  4. Snow, Shauna (August 30, 1996). "Morning Report". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 2009-08-17.
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