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The Dead Zone

The Dead Zone


Johnny Smith (Anthony Michael Hall) has been leading an idyllic small-town life... until the day his life is interrupted by a near fatal car crash that leaves him in a deep coma. Six years later, Johnny regains consciousness and discovers that life as he once knew it has completely changed. Johnny also finds himself in possession of amazing psychic powers which allow him to see into the lives of anyone he touches. Now, as Johnny attempts to reacquaint himself with a life he has been away from for six long years, he must also begin a quest to come to terms with his new abilities - abilities that may turn out to be both a blessing and a curse.

Based on the characters and story from the best-selling book by Stephen King. The Dead Zone airs on the USA Network Sundays at 10 PM/9c.

Photo back l to r: John L. Adams, Martin Donovan, Sean Patrick Flanery, David Ogden Stiers, Nicole De Boer; front: Anthony Michael Hall)
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Episode Info

Prev: 6x13 -- Denouement (Sep/16/2007)


In the sixth-season finale, visions of Walt lead Johnny to his father and a shocking revelation.

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Available Episodes

Denouement
Sep 16, 2007
Season 6 episode 13

Ambush
Sep 09, 2007
Season 6 episode 12

Exile
Aug 26, 2007
Season 6 episode 11

Drift
Aug 19, 2007
Season 6 episode 10

Transgression
Aug 12, 2007
Season 6 episode 9

Outcome
Aug 05, 2007
Season 6 episode 8

Numb
Jul 29, 2007
Season 6 episode 7

Cast
Anthony Michael HallAnthony Michael Hall
As Johnny Smith
Nicole de BoerNicole de Boer
As Sarah Bannerman
John L. AdamsJohn L. Adams
As Bruce Lewis (Episodes 1-68, 77)
Chris BrunoChris Bruno
As Sheriff Walter "Walt" Bannerman (Episodes 1-68, 78-80)
Connor PriceConnor Price
As J.J. Bannerman (S06)

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Recaps
6x13: Denouement recap: Johnny comes up from the basement and goes through a box of items belonging to his father. He gets unclear visions of his father watching TV while Vera brings him food, and wonders why it is so significant... read more.

6x12: Ambush recap: Johnny returns fro his road trip and finds Sarah and J.J. packing up to move. Sarah refuses to listen to his suspicions that Walt was investigating something important and tells him to give it up. He goes to the police station to talk to Turner but she’s out. He touches her desk and gets a vision of her lying in the street at night, dying, while the mysterious Leo Vitali is dead nearby. Turner tells Deputy Jake that she was shot by Abraham Lincoln… then dies... read more.

6x11: Exile recap: Johnny is traveling around the country and calls Sarah, but it’s clear that he isn’t happy with her and refuse to discuss her plans to move out. She’s preparing to give a speech in Washington that Stillson is sponsoring, about law enforcement families. Johnny hangs up on her but as he touches a postcard of the Pink Spoon Diner in Fallsburg, IN, he gets a vision of Alex lying dead on the shore of a lake... read more.

6x10: Drift recap: Johnny visits Bruce at the racetrack where he is working as a physical trainer for Frankie Toro, who injured his knee. Johnny is almost run over by Frankie’s daughter Maria on a horse… and Maria is Bruce’s girlfriend. Maria is a trainer for Drift, a filly in a “battle of the sexes” match against Jitterbug, a colt owned by Tom Stark. Frankie is Drift’s jockey and Johnny chats with him. When Maria brings Drift over, it acts nervous around Johnny and when he touches it, he gets a vision of Drift in her stable and a man saying “Grab her.”.. read more.

6x9: Transgression recap: The night before Hope’s baptism, Johnny and Sarah prepare for the ceremony and the reception afterward. It’s clear that they’re still coming to terms with the fact that they kissed, and are getting closer romantically. The next day they go to the church where they meet Father Brendan. Sarah was expecting Father Tony to do the baptism but Brendan notes that Tony has left for a while. As they go in, Johnny gets a vision from Brendan of the father conducting an exorcism over a man on a bed... read more.
Recurring Guests

David Ogden Stiers as Rev. Gene Purdy (39 eps)
Bill Mondy as Deputy Roscoe (29 eps)
Spencer Achtymichuk as Little Johnny Bannerman (19 eps)
Sean Patrick Flanery as Greg Stillson (19 eps)
Kristen Dalton (1) as Dana Bright (17 eps)
Jim Francis (1) as Sonny Elliman (9 eps)
Michael St. John Smith as Mike Kennedy (8 eps)
Frank Whaley as Man in Black/Christopher Wey (7 eps)
Anna Hagan as Vera Smith (6 eps)
Martin Donovan (2) as Malcolm Janus (6 eps)

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Warning: The Dead Zone guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Scripted
Genre: Sci-Fi | Drama
Status: Canceled
Network: USA Network ( USA)
Airs: Sundays at 10:00 pm
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: June 16, 2002
Ended: September 16, 2007
Themes
New Year's Prayer by Jeff Buckley  
Akas
• Dead Zone (Used In Germany)
• Martwa strefa (Used In Poland)
• O Vidente (Used In Brazil)
• Stephen King's Dead Zone (Alternate title), (Used In USA)
• Tylos zona (Used In Lithuania)
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