What do you get when you have three beautiful crime fighting ladies and a boss that is a total recluse? The most successful series of the 1970's, Charlie's Angels.
Jody Mills, a would-be model reduced to woking in a seedy amateur photography studio, is found murdered in an alley behind the studio. Her father hires the Angels, who begin an investigation of Jody's roommate, Julie Rogers. Kris learns that Jody may have bought drugs from Julie on the night of her death. A computer check reveals that Ms. Rogers also has a police record.
An international political spokesman for free Poland is abducted and a double is substituted for him at a world conference being held at a resort where the Angels are vacationing.
The Angels investigate a gigolo who charms wealthy women in a ballroom dancing class and then blackmails them. Jill masquerades as a disco dance instructor, Sabrina as a rich heiress and Kelly as a replacement for the gigolo's usual photographer.
One by one, three beautiful cheerleaders disappear and the Angels are brought in to find them. Bosley informs the Angels that a note from a religious fanatic was sent to each of the missing girls before they vanished.
Skip, a mentally challenged child who Kelly has taken on an outing, witnesses a murder and runs away when Kelly is wounded. Sabrina and Jill try to find Skip, while the killer, posing as Skip's father, visits Kelly at the hospital.
The Angels assume false identities in order to investigate a murder at a posh girl's school. During their probe, they discover that some of the girls are involved in the sale and abuse of drugs and alcohol.
After a number of attempts on the Angels' lives, Charlie hires Antonia Blake to protect them. Toni's boys are expert detectives but the Angels resist their orders to stay undercover and not venture out of Toni's mansion.
A computer dating service, fronting for prostitutes and their burglar accomplices, starts an underworld war when the thieves steal diamonds belonging to a ruthless crime syndicate. Jill poses as a hooker, while Sabrina and Kelly disguise themselves as veterinarians in order to kidnap the kingpin's prize racehorse.
Charlie calls the Angels to a meeting which is actually a birthday party celebrating the Angels third year together. Charlie, Bosley and the girls recollect assignments, disguises and characters from their past adventures.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
The Angels investigate the mysterious disappearance of Sylvia and Sally, two participants in a promotional running race. Kris and Kelly enter the race and must literally chase their suspects.
After freaking out during a concert, folk singer Amy Waters calls her father to say she's coming home but ends up dead. The Angels try to find anyone who saw Waters the night she died.
When Starrett Electronics is the victim of a second large heist, Paul Starrett's insurance company insists he have additional help for Joe Harrigan, a bumbling, disheveled private investigator covering the case. The Angels step in.
The Angels head to Mexico in search of a downed plane full of heroin. While trying to find the only survivor of the crash, they end up in the crossfire between two warring heroin dealers.
Kris invites Bosley and the Angels to vacation in a small Arizona town where her aunt is Mayor and her uncle is Sheriff. Upon arrival they discover their headlights smashed, no rooms available and a suspicious lack of women in town.
Hollister is attracted to Kris, and the feeling becomes uncomfortably mutual, especially after Kris learns that all the money from his crime will be used to smuggle distressed people out of Vietnam. As the result of the Angels' intervention, the thieves are able to work out a deal with the insurance companies that satisfies all parties.