|Genre||Sitcom, Soap opera parody|
|Created by||Rob LaZebnik|
|Directed by||Gary Halvorson|
|Theme music composer||Mark Mothersbaugh|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||1|
|No. of episodes||13|
|Running time||30 minutes|
|Original network||The WB|
|Original release||January 11 –|
May 24, 1995
Muscle is an American sitcom television series that aired on The WB from January 11 to May 24, 1995.  It was set inside the fictional Survival Gym in New York City, and was a parody of prime time soap operas of the 1990s (with Fox's Melrose Place being the most noticeable inspiration). The series was created by Rob LaZebnik, and was executive produced by Paul Junger Witt, Tony Thomas and Gary S. Levine.
Muscle was one of the four sitcoms that aired as part of the original Wednesday night two-hour WB lineup, at 9:30/8:30c (with The Wayans Bros. , The Parent 'Hood , and Unhappily Ever After being scheduled before it).  It was the only one of the four that did not make it past the first season, and was also the first series to get canceled on the brand new WB.  Like its inspiration, ABC's Soap from the 1970s, it ended on an unresolved cliffhanger after being canceled due to low ratings.
The central plot concerned the murder of "Big" Jim Atkinson (Adam West), the president and founder of the chain of gyms, by poisoning in the first episode. His son Kent, a former alcoholic and drug addict, was determined to figure out who the killer was and bring him or her to justice. His original suspect was his stepmother and the new president of the company, Jane Atkinson.
All episodes of the series were directed by Gary Halvorson.
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