The Dead Zone (2002–2007)
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A vision of a devastating meteor striking a remote mountainside leads Johnny into the woods, where he injures himself. He seeks shelter for the night in a mountain cave, where a ghostly ... See full summary »

Director:

Rachel Talalay

Writers:

Michael Piller (creator), Shawn Piller (creator) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Anthony Michael Hall ... Johnny Smith
Nicole de Boer ... Sarah Bracknell Bannerman
Chris Bruno ... Sheriff Walt Bannerman
John L. Adams ... Bruce Lewis
Adam Beach ... Shaman
Michelle Harrison ... Astronomer
Connor McLean Connor McLean ... Highway Patrolman
Len Doncheff ... Old Man
Bill Mondy ... Deputy Roscoe
Spencer Achtymichuk Spencer Achtymichuk ... Johnny 'JJ' Bannerman
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Storyline

A vision of a devastating meteor striking a remote mountainside leads Johnny into the woods, where he injures himself. He seeks shelter for the night in a mountain cave, where a ghostly apparition of a Native American medicine man appears to him. Johnny is led into a dreamscape to unlock the mysteries of the shaman, who also had the so-called gift of the 'Dead Zone'--seeing into someone's future by a mere touch. Written by Anonymous

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Certificate:

TV-14
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Country:

USA | Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

8 September 2002 (Canada) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Trivia

In season two, episode ten, The Dead Zone: Dead Men Tell Tales (2003), the casino logo is the same picture as the drum and wall painting in season one, episode twelve, The Dead Zone: Shaman (2002). See more »

Connections

Features The Dead Zone: Wheel of Fortune (2002) See more »

Soundtracks

Ay He Nockio
Written/Performed by Chris and Deanna Gestrin
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Just finished final season on DVD this is the best show of all seasons.
2 August 2008 | by thebookbroker-1See all my reviews

I just finished the final season of Dead Zone and throughout all of the shows season after season I have been waiting for one to be as good as this one. It didn't happen. Don't get me wrong, there were very few that I didn't like... at least a bit, but this show in particular was what I feel was the best of the best of an outstanding, truly wonderful, television series. Now don't skip ahead either. This one needs you to be fully familiar with Jonnie's abilities and his shortcomings for you to truly appreciate it for what it is. Having said that, I feel that the first season in particular was the best TV I have ever seen. The writing was second to none. The editing perfect. The acting, due to fantastic casting of very talented performers, was wonderful. Anthony M Hall, brilliantly embraced a new character as though he had played it all his life. His finest performance however came at the other end of the series. In the final episode of the final season when he is staring into the eyes of a long lost relative, there is no doubt whatsoever that he has become a brilliant actor.

Joe


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