SOF: Special Ops Force (known in its first season as Soldier of Fortune, Inc.) is an American action/adventure television series created by Dan Gordon about an elite team (composed of mostly former military personnel) who performed "unofficial" missions for the US Government, typically dealing with terrorists and drug lords and often tacking issues such as patriotism and self-sacrifice.
Melding blazing explosions, hi-tech gadgetry and heart-pounding danger, SOF: Special Ops Force is a pulse-racing, no-holds-barred action hour following a highly trained team of covert military operatives, who take on the most volatile and dangerous of secret missions each week when all other options fail.
When the job's too tough for the Navy SEALs, too dangerous for the Green Berets and far too risky for anyone else, the government calls in the S.O.F team.
Season 2 sees an enigmatic rogue agent (Dennis Rodman) return from the dead to haunt Team SOF, a sensitive hostage situation takes an unexpected turn (featuring Carmen Electra), a prisoner trade between the US and Libya goes awry, and accused of being a mole, Trout's on the run and comes to the only one he can trust – Matt Shepherd.
Matt and the team try to help their leader, but begin to have doubts when a government agent reveals that Trout has been using the SOF team for his own purposes.
The series originally starred Brad Johnson (Melrose Place, Courthouse), Tim Abell (We Were Soldiers, Soldiers of God), Réal Andrews (General Hospital, All My Children), Melinda Clarke (The O.C, Nikita) and Mark Sheppard (Supernatural, Battlestar Galactica). In Season 2 Andrews and Sheppard left the show and Dennis Rodman and David Eigenberg replaced them.
The theme song was performed by South African-born Trevor Rabin of Rabbitt and Yes fame.