"The New Avengers" is a British television series that aired from 1976 to 1977. It was a sequel to the popular series "The Avengers," which had run from 1961 to 1969.
The series follows the adventures of John Steed (played by Patrick Macnee), a debonair and suave secret agent who works for an elite British intelligence agency. In "The New Avengers," Steed is joined by two new partners: the tough and capable Purdey (played by Joanna Lumley) and the brilliant but eccentric Gambit (played by Gareth Hunt).
Together, the trio takes on a variety of dangerous missions, often involving high-stakes espionage, sabotage, and international intrigue. Along the way, they face a range of enemies and adversaries, from international criminals to mad scientists to evil masterminds bent on world domination.
Despite its short run, "The New Avengers" is notable for its innovative and stylish approach to the spy genre, as well as for the strong chemistry between the three lead actors. The show also featured a number of notable guest stars, including Patrick Troughton, Burt Kwouk, and Honor Blackman, who had previously appeared on the original "Avengers" series.