|Bureau of Alien Detectors|
|Genre||Action, Adventure, Science Fiction|
|Starring|| Michael McConnohie|
|Country of Origin||United States|
|No. of Seasons||1|
|No. of Episodes||13 (List of Episodes)|
|Executive Producer(s)|| Joel Andryc|
Eric S. Rollman
|Running Time||22 minutes (approx.)|
|Composer(s)|| Shuki Levy|
|Production Company(s)|| Saban Entertainment|
Big Star Enterprise Inc.
|Original Run||September 8, 1996 – December 1, 1997|
Bureau of Alien Detectors is an American animated series, produced by Saban Entertainment, that premiered on UPN's UPN Kids programming block in September of 1996. The series only aired on UPN for one season of 13 episodes, reruns then moved to Fox's Fox Kids programming block in 1997. The series was later rerun on Jetix from 2004 to 2006.
To many, it's modern day folklore, to others it is simply tabloid headlines but to a select few it is the ultimate reality. Intergalactic aliens have arrived on earth, now they move among us. Only one top secret elite group of trained professionals has the ability to detect these extraterrestrial beings. B.A.D.: The Bureau of Alien Detectors. Led by Squadron Leader Sergeant Ben Packer, military war hero. Special Agent Shane Sanderson, life science expert. Moose Trengganu, alien encounter survivor. Colin Marcus, computer specialist, and Casey Taylor, psychic communicator. Together, they have only one mission: To confront, control, and contain all alien encounters. Together they are B.A.D.: The Bureau of Alien Detectors.
Ben Packer (voiced by Michael McConnohie) — A war hero Marine Sergeant and leader of the Phalanx squad.
Casey Taylor (voiced by Bree Anderson) — The psychic second-in-command of the Phalanx squad.
Colin Marcus — An expert in covert intelligence.
Shane Sanderson — A gifted medic and biologist.
Moose Trengannu (voiced by Peter Spells) — A former Army private that gained enhanced strength and morphing capabilities from an alien encounter.
Bureau of Alien Detectors has a total of 13 episodes, contained in 1 season, that were produced from September 1996 to December 1997.
- ↑ "TV's Fall Animation Lineup ". awn.com. 1996. http://www.awn.com/mag/issue1.6/articles/schechter1.6.html. Retrieved on July 1, 2015.