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This article details the body count for the first season of Forever Knight. As it details who is alive and who is dead and who is newly undead (whether in current time or in flashbacks), by its very nature it details some serious spoilers for the season.

Please Note: When a death or vampiric creation is ambiguous at the end of the episode, or later episodes indicate that someone previously thought dead is still alive, the body count numbers will appear with a question mark next to them.


Dark Knight (05 May 1992)
Tn 1dk 026crop Vampires Made: 1 Vampires Dead: 0 Humans Dead: 3
Only one vampire is created during this episode, and that only in flashbacks: Nick Knight. The remaining body counts are for humans only. From the news accounts and conversation with Dr. Natalie Lambert, we know that there have been prior murders; but, in the actual course of the episode, we only see three victims on screen: the museum guard, whose murder is believed to be the latest in the series Nick is investigating; Nick's first victim, as he learns to become a vampire in the flashback scenes; and Topper, whose body is discovered in the barrel in the alley by the homeless men playing basketball.
Dark Knight: The Second Chapter (06 May 1992)
Tn 2dk 214 Vampires Made: 1 Vampires Dead: 1? Humans Dead: 1
Only one vampire is created during this episode, Alyce Hunter, who is originally presumed dead, but flies over the museum at the very end of the episode. LaCroix is apparently killed near the end of this episode; but we find out from later episodes that he remained alive. The only human who dies in this episode is Donald Fenner, who is killed by LaCroix.
For I Have Sinned (12 May 1992)
Tn fihs 045 Vampires Made: 0 Vampires Dead: 0 Humans Dead: 2
No vampires are created or killed in this episode. Although there is brief mention of two previous murders, only two humans die in this episode. The first is the latest murder victim, an adulterous wife killed in the Prologue. The second is Joan of Arc who is shown dying by burning at the stake during one of Nick's flashbacks.
Last Act (19 May 1992)
Tn lastact 025 Vampires Made: 0 Vampires Dead: 1 Humans Dead: 2
No vampires are created in this episode but one vampire dies and two humans die. The playwright vampire, Erica, commits suicide by self immolation, remaining outside after dawn. The first human to die is the young doctor, Marilyn Siegel, murdered by her boyfriend, Carl Janns. The second is her unborn fetus, child to her and terminal cancer patient, Dean Simmons.
Dance by the Light of the Moon (26 May 1992)
Tn dbtlm 214 Vampires Made: 0 Vampires Dead: 0 Humans Dead: 3-4?
No vampires are made or killed in this episode, though we do see Nick just prior to his being brought across by LaCroix. Three humans die in this episode, though it is mentioned that three additional murders took place in similar circumstances over the previous year. The first human to die in this episode is corporate accountant Ben Crawford, killed by David Burkhart, a "straight-arrow cop." Both were lovers of Ann Foley, the exotic dancer who, while reminiscing about the kill Burkhart has just committed, stabs him in the back with a knife she has hidden in her jacket. At the end of the episode, the manager of Jilly's strip club is about to shoot Nick, who is pursuing Ann. Schanke shoots him; but the manager's fate remains in question. Anne eventually kills herself by jumping off the top of a building ledge to avoid being taken into custody by Nick.
Dying to Know You (09 June 1992)
Tn dtkyou 070 Vampires Made: 0 Vampires Dead: 0 Humans Dead: 4-5?
No vampires were made or killed during this episode, but four humans died. George, the limousine driver for the Hedges family, is killed by injection while waiting for Gennifer Hedges and her daughter, Janice, to finish a shopping spree. Both women are kidnapped and Mrs. Hedges is killed. In flashbacks we see Brother Matthew, a farm owner who sheltered Nick, die by hanging himself because he is unable to reconcile his occasional sightings of Nick as a vampire (which he takes to be a demon) with Nick's civilized behavior. In the final confrontation, we see Denise Fort, the psychic, mortally shot by Conrad Hedges who had arranged for the killing of his wife and daughter all along. Mr. Hedges is shoved by Nick and falls to the ground unconscious, bleeding from the ears. His status remains uncertain; but there is no later mention in the episode of Nick's being under investigatation for killing a suspect.
False Witness (04 August 1992)
Tn fwitness 162 Vampires Made: 0 Vampires Dead: 0 Humans Dead: 2
No vampires were made or killed in this episode though one recycled flashback includes previously released footage of Lacroix's apparent death at Nick's hands. Two humans are murdered in this episode: Pete Farber, who is shot at the beginning of the episode by Murray Kozak; and Sarah Fergus, the violin player killed by Janette in the flashback. Another human, Betty Gilroy, is mentioned as having been killed by Murray Kozak, but that murder is never seen on screen.
Cherry Blossoms (11 August 1992)
Tn cb 241 Vampires Made: 0 Vampires Dead: 0 Humans Dead: 4
No vampires were made or killed in this episode. Three humans died at the beginning of the episode in a Chinese mafia attack on a taxi in an alley: killed by gunfire were Raymond Chow, the taxi driver transporting Nancy Lee Young, and Nancy's uncle and brother. In flashback, we see LaCroix take the life of a fourth human, Mai Chong, an acupuncturist in San Francisco. Additional injuries were sustained by mafia members when Nick defended Nancy and Dr. Chong; but they all presumably survived, if a little worse for the wear, or there would have been a larger investigation of Nick's actions at the scene.
I Will Repay (15 September 1992)
Tn iwr 032 Vampires Made: Vampires Dead: Humans Dead:
Dead Air (22 September 1992)
Tn da 200 Vampires Made: Vampires Dead: Humans Dead:
Hunters (29 September 1992)
Tn hunters 064 Vampires Made: Vampires Dead: Humans Dead:
Dead Issue (06 October 1992)
Tn di 011 Vampires Made: Vampires Dead: Humans Dead:
Father Figure (13 October 1992)
Tn ffigure 014a Vampires Made: Vampires Dead: Humans Dead:
Spin Doctor (27 October 1992)
Tn spindoc 010 Vampires Made: Vampires Dead: Humans Dead:
Dying for Fame (10 November 1992)
Tn dff 016 Vampires Made: Vampires Dead: Humans Dead:
Only the Lonely (17 November 1992)
Tn otl 007 Vampires Made: Vampires Dead: Humans Dead:
Unreality TV (24 November 1992)
Tn utv 017 Vampires Made: Vampires Dead: Humans Dead:
Feeding the Beast (01 December 1992)
Tn ftb 010 Vampires Made: Vampires Dead: Humans Dead:
If Looks Could Kill (09 February 1993)
Tn ilck 022 Vampires Made: Vampires Dead: Humans Dead:
Fatal Mistake (16 February 1993)
Tn fatalmistake 091 Vampires Made: Vampires Dead: Humans Dead:
1966 (23 February 1993)
Tn 1966 205 Vampires Made: Vampires Dead: Humans Dead:
Love You to Death (02 March 1993)
Tn lytd 006 Vampires Made: Vampires Dead: Humans Dead:

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