|Created by||Brenda Hampton|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||1|
|No. of episodes||10|
|Camera setup||Film; Single-camera|
|Running time||60 minutes|
|Production company||Spelling Television |
|Original network||The WB|
|Original release||September 20 –|
November 28, 1999
Safe Harbor is an American drama television series that aired on The WB  from September 20 to November 28, 1999. The series was created and executive produced by Brenda Hampton, who at the time was best known for work on the fellow WB series 7th Heaven , the series was paired with 7th Heaven on the network's Monday night lineup. Despite 7th Heaven being the No. 1 show on The WB during the 1999-2000 season,  Safe Harbor was unable to hold a solid audience after 7th Heaven and was canceled after ten episodes and one season with the show moving to Sunday nights where the last two episodes aired.
John Loring (Gregory Harrison) is the sheriff of a local Florida town named Magic Beach. He is a widower who has his hands full finding the truth behind his wife's death and raising his three sons Hayden (Christopher Khayman Lee), Turner (Jeremy Lelliott) and Jeff (Jamie Williams). Jeff is best friends with Chris (Orlando Brown) and Jamie (Chyler Leigh) is a runaway that John cares for. Helping John raise his kids is his eccentric mother Grandma Loring (Rue McClanahan) who runs the local beach-side motel.
|No.||Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date|
|1||"One More Time: The Great Escape"||Unknown||Unknown||September 20, 1999|
|2||"Can't Touch That"||Unknown||Unknown||September 27, 1999|
|3||"Dog Day Afternoons and Nights"||Harvey Laidman||Elaine Arata||October 4, 1999|
|4||"By Any Means Necessary"||Unknown||Unknown||October 11, 1999|
|5||"Older Women, Younger Men"||Unknown||Unknown||October 18, 1999|
|6||"Life Insurance"||Unknown||Unknown||November 1, 1999|
|7||"The Invasion"||Unknown||Unknown||November 8, 1999|
|8||"The Un-Thanksgiving Show"||Unknown||Unknown||November 15, 1999|
|9||"One for the Road"||Les Sheldon||Chris Olsen & Jeff Olsen||November 21, 1999|
|10||"Boys Will Be Boys"||Tony Mordente||Brenda Hampton||November 28, 1999|
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