CBS DVD and Paramount Home Entertainment are introducing a multi-series TV product line dubbed T.V. SETS, which will feature a grab bab of episodes from classic and current series.  Being released on May 26, 2009 are two single-disc installments, entitled Action Packed, with episodes of Mission: Impossible, Walker Texas Ranger, MacGyver and NCIS.  Look for the DVD set at your local drug and grocery retail stores.

WALKER, TEXAS RANGER: THE COMPLETE SERIES PACK was released on March 9, 2010 from Paramount Home Video. The 51 disc box set includes all episodes from the entire series.


WALKER, TEXAS RANGER: THE COMPLETE SEVENTH SEASON was released on March 9, 2010 from Paramount Home Video. The 5 disc box set includes all episodes from the seventh season.

WALKER, TEXAS RANGER: THE COMPLETE SIXTH SEASON was released on Jan. 13, 2009 from Paramount Home Video. The 6 disc box set includes all episodes from the sixth season.

WALKER, TEXAS RANGER: THE COMPLETE FIFTH SEASON was released on July 1, 2008 from Paramount Home Video. The 7 disc box set includes all episodes from the fifth season.


WALKER, TEXAS RANGER: THE COMPLETE FOURTH SEASON was released on Feb. 18, 2008 from Paramount Home Video. The 7 disc box set includes all episodes from the fourth season.

WALKER, TEXAS RANGER: THE COMPLETE THIRD SEASON was released on June 12, 007 from Paramount Home Video.  The DVD box set includes all 26 episodes on seven discs.

WALKER, TEXAS RANGER: THE COMPLETE SECOND SEASON was released on DVD on Jan. 7, 2007 from Paramount Home Video.  The DVD boxed includes 25 episodes on seven discs.  

WALKER, TEXAS RANGER: THE COMPLETE FIRST SEASON was released on DVD from Paramount on June, 13, 2006. The DVD set includes all 26 episodes, as well as the two-hour pilot.


Floyd Red Crow Westerman
Aug. 17, 1936 - Dec. 13, 2007

"It is with tremendous sorrow
that I announce the passing of Floyd.
He was such a joy to work with,
and he'll always be remembered."
Sheree J. Wilson

Aired on Oct. 16, 2005

Chuck Norris reprises his role as Texas Ranger Cordell Walker in WALKER, TEXAS RANGER: TRIAL BY FIRE, a new television movie that has begun production in Dallas, Texas for broadcast on the CBS Television Network. Series stars Sheree J. Wilson (Alex Cahill), Judson Mills (Francis Gage) and Clarence Gilyard (James Trivette) also return for the movie in which Walker must try to find a teenager who is on the run from a dangerous crime syndicate, and also clear an innocent colleague who is framed for murder. Janine Turner plays a forensics expert.  The movie also stars Janine Turner.

Synopsis:  A missile guidance component inadvertently falls into the hands of a 13-year-old boy who becomes the target of a crime syndicate determined to recover it. When Walker responds to a message left by the boy's father asking for help, he goes to their home and discovers that the father has been brutally murdered. The boy shows up while Walker and Gage are at the murder scene and, when they attempt to remove him from the house, they are also attacked. The boy manages to escape but remains the target of the men whose only mission is to recover the key component which gives missiles 100 percent accuracy in hitting a target.  Meanwhile, forensics expert Kay McCord (Janine Turner) is investigating the murder of a woman who she saw leave a local bar with Ranger Rhett Harper (Andre Kristoff). Though Harper fervently denies any knowledge of the crime, D.A. Alex Cahill is forced to arrest him. Walker believes in Harper's innocence and vows to help clear his name. Texas Ranger Trivette is given the opportunity to train recruits at CIA Headquarters in Quantico, VA.  

During its eight season-run from 1993 to 2001, "Walker, Texas Ranger" was Saturday's top show, peaking in the 1995-96 season with an average audience of 19.4 million viewers.

WALKER, TEXAS RANGER: TRIAL BY FIRE is being produced by Paramount Network Television. Chuck Norris, Aaron Norris and Leslie Greif ("Walker, Texas Ranger") are the executive producers. Aaron Norris also serves as the director from a script by John Lansing & Bruce Cervi ("Walker, Texas Ranger").

Executive producers: Chuck Norris, Aaron Norris, Leslie Greif
Producer: Rick Tucker
Director: Aaron Norris
Teleplay: John Lansing, Bruce Cervi
Director of photography: Fernando Arguelles
Production designer: Phil Leonard
Costume designer: Taneia Lidnicky
Editor: Michael J. Duthie
Music: Kevin Kiner
Sound mixer: Darrell Henke
Casting: Michael Testa, Dan Shaner
Cordell Walker: Chuck Norris
Kay McCord: Janine Turner
Alex: Sheree J. Wilson
Francis Gage: Judson Mills
Rhett Harper: Andre Kristoff
Jeremy Hopkins: Brett Loehr
Det. Mike Burton: Steven Williams
Blue Eye: Bruce Locke
James Trivette: Clarence Gilyard
Garrett Evans: Ned Vaughn
Josh Whitley: Mitchel Musso
Reid Larkin: Glenn Morshower

was released on June 14, 2005
from Paramount Home Video

"Walker, Texas Ranger is a wrap. It was hard to say goodbye to the fabulous cast and crew I've had the honor to work with for seven seasons". Sheree

Sheree played Alex Cahill, a modern day District Attorney, CBS hit series "Walker, Texas Ranger," opposite Chuck Norris.  Her feisty, strong-willed character perfectly balances Norris, and she brings her own sense of humor, friendliness, and femininity to the role.  She has also contributed writing skills to the show, co-scripting the episode "Til Death Do Us Part," which received the highest ratings for a single episode during the second season.Walker, Texas Ranger ran for eight seasons.

In 1992, she signed to do the lead female role in "Walker, Texas Ranger," opposite Chuck Norris.  Wilson‚s relationship with Norris pre-dates the show when both of them starred in the 1992 feature film COLD TO THE TOUCH, shot in Israel.  At that time Wilson did not know Norris was attached to "Walker, Texas Ranger," and Norris did not know Wilson had auditioned for it.  When producer called Norris on location, he had the great pleasure of being able to personally surprise Wilson with the news.

Writer - filmography

"Walker, Texas Ranger" (1993) TV Series (writer) (episode "Till Death Do Us Part")


The action/drama "Walker, Texas Ranger," which stars Chuck Norris as modern-day Texas Ranger, Cordell Walker, airs on the USA Network as well as on weekends in syndication. Walker's independent crime-solving methods have their roots in the rugged traditions of the Old West.

Walker's closest friend is former Texas Ranger, C.D. Parker (Noble Willingham), who begrudgingly retired after a disabling knee injury. C.D. continues to help Walker by occasionally offering advice on difficult cases. Parker owns "C.D.'s," a saloon/restaurant that specializes in country music and Western dancing.

Also assisting Walker is rookie Ranger, James "Jimmy" Trivette (Clarence Gilyard). Originally from Baltimore, Maryland, Trivette is an ex-football player who represents the new breed of philosophical law-enforcement officers. Consequently, he bases his crime-solving methods on reason and uses modern-day tools, such as computers and cellular phones. Alex Cahill (Sheree J. Wilson) is the county Assistant District Attorney who shares a mutual attraction with Walker, but often disagrees with his unorthodox approach to law enforcement.

In a time when heroes are scarce, truth and justice ring through Norris' character and contribute to his believability. As a result of these values, Walker, Texas Ranger has dominated its time slot since its inception. The series continues to appeal to the mass population by providing a true American hero and bringing television audiences back to the tradition of the good guys beating the bad guys.

Chuck Norris and his brother, Aaron Norris, are the executive producers; Rick Husky and Gordon Dawson are producers; and Terry D. Nelson is supervising producer of this Amadea Film Productions, Inc. production in association with CBS Productions. "Walker, Texas Ranger" is nationally distributed by Sony Pictures Television.