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REX RIVETTER PRIVATE EYE SEASON FOUR

A new client. A missing girl...again.

Tonight's episode of "Rex Rivetter: Private Eye" stars Randy Coull and Rhiannon McAfee with B.J. Robinson as Julius and Walter Murray as Alphonse.

It was written by Greg McAfee, directed by Rhiannon McAfee, and produced in San Diego, CA by Downstairs Entertainment with editing and sound design by Steve Murdock.

The Rex Rivetter theme song, “Nightmare” by the Artie Shaw Orchestra is used by permission of Music Sales Corp.

Rex encounters the most wretched people in Los Angeles...

Tonight’s episode of “Rex Rivetter: Private Eye” starred Randy Coull with B.J. Robinson as Julius, Nick Young as Lt. Burke, with Gabriela Nelson, Joanna Hubbard, Jacquie DeVita, Lena Jones, Amy Dell, Rachel Bishop, Fatima Pimienta, Carolyn Wheat, Jim Steinberg, M. Teresa Suarez, Raylene Wall, and Jennifer McKenna.

Rex Rivetter is written by Greg McAfee, directed by Rhiannon McAfee and is produced in San Diego, California by Downstairs Entertainment with editing and sound design by Steve Murdock.

The Rex Rivetter theme “Nightmare by the Artie Shaw Orchestra is used with permission of Music Sales Corp.

Helens...es...a gun fight...a handsome stranger—Rex Rivetter: Private Eye in the thrilling conclusion of Deadlier than the Male!
 

Tonight’s episode of “Rex Rivetter: Private Eye” starred Randy Coull and Rhiannon McAfee, and featured William Robinson as Julius Paige, Fatima Pimienta as Shirley Tempest, Adam Sheldon as Sergeant Monroe, Lena Jones as Helen Killer, Rachel Bishop as Helen Wheels, and Raylene Wall as Boomerang Betty, with John Gully, Alex Guzman, and Jody Olsen. It was written by Greg McAfee, directed by Rhiannon McAfee and is produced in San Diego, California by Downstairs Entertainment with editing and sound design by Steve Murdock.

The Rex Rivetter theme “Nightmare” and Jenny's theme, "Softly, as in a Morning Sunrise" by the Artie Shaw Orchestra are used with permission of Music Sales Corp.

Important phone calls, a second date, and Ratface revealed—Rex Rivetter: Private Eye in Part 1 of the explosive season finale, The Final Farewell.

Tonight’s episode of “Rex Rivetter: Private Eye” starred Randy Coull and Rhiannon McAfee, and featured William Robinson as Julius Paige, Jennifer McKenna as Antoinette, and Alex Guzman as Francis. It was written by Greg McAfee, directed by Rhiannon McAfee and is produced in San Diego, California by Downstairs Entertainment with editing and sound design by Steve Murdock.

The Rex Rivetter theme “Nightmare” by the Artie Shaw Orchestra are used with permission of Music Sales Corp.

Are you ready for the explosive second-to-last episode of the season? Rex Rivetter: Private Eye in The Final Farewell - Part 2

 

Tonight’s episode of “Rex Rivetter: Private Eye” starred Randy Coull and featured Alex Guzman as Francis with Jim Steinberg, Tom Steward, and Joshua Montes. It was written by Greg McAfee, directed by Rhiannon McAfee and is produced in San Diego, California by Downstairs Entertainment with editing and sound design by Steve Murdock.

The Rex Rivetter theme “Nightmare” by the Artie Shaw Orchestra are used with permission of Music Sales Corp.

***Trigger warning—This episode contains audio depictions of graphic violence.***

It's the season finale of Rex Rivetter: Private Eye! Tonight’s episode of “Rex Rivetter: Private Eye” starred Randy Coull and Rhiannon McAfee and featured Alex Guzman as Francis. It was written by Greg McAfee, directed by Rhiannon McAfee and is produced in San Diego, California by Downstairs Entertainment with editing and sound design by Steve Murdock.

Rex will be back for Season 5! Due to the pandemic, we do not have an estimation of when that will be as we record all our actors in our studio and will not resume recording until it is safe to do so. 
 

The Rex Rivetter theme “Nightmare” by the Artie Shaw Orchestra are used with permission of Music Sales Corp.

Past Seasons

Want to re-live Rex's exciting past adventures or just catch up on the show?