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Season 1

1 :01x01 - Pilot (1)

Sep/24/1995
When an Earth outpost 16 light-years away is destroyed by an unknown alien force, a group of young United States Marine Corps Space Aviators find themselves on the front lines of an intergalactic battle in an attempt to save their home planet.

Source: DVD Boxset
Guest Stars: R. Lee Ermey as Gunnery Sergeant Frank Bougus | Colin Friels as Lt. Col. Fouts | Bill Hunter as Secretary General Chartwell | Ric Anderson as Slayton | Charles Anthony (1) as Nelson | Anja Coleby as Bartley
Director: David Nutter

2 :01x02 - Pilot (2)

Sep/24/1995
When an Earth outpost 16 light-years away is destroyed by an unknown alien force, a group of young United States Marine Corps Space Aviators find themselves on the front lines of an intergalactic battle to save their home planet.

Source: DVD Boxset
Director: David Nutter

3 :01x03 - The Farthest Man from Home

Oct/01/1995
When the USS Saratoga passes close to the planet where the Earth colonists were attacked, West goes AWOL and flies down to the planet in hopes that his girlfriend, Kylen, somehow survived.

Source: DVD Boxset
Guest Stars: Alexandra Bokyun Chun as Yuko Kayaguest | Leslie Pratt as Squad Leader | Linda Carlson as Theresa Ashford | Robert Crow as Controller | Michael Mantell as Howard Sewell | French Stewart as Survivor | Tedd Taskey as Soldier | Thomas Mills as Captain Joyner
Director: David Nutter

4 :01x04 - The Dark Side of the Sun

Oct/08/1995
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Guest Stars: Iva Franks as Sabrine EW 177 | Paul Keeley as Justin EB 774 | Kimberly Patton as Feliciti OH 519 | Susan Priver as Lt. Nelson

5 :01x05 - Mutiny

Oct/15/1995
Cooper and McQueen, both in Vitroes, face a difficult decision when the captain of a space cargo hauler decides to sacrifice has in Vitro cargo in order to save his ship after it comes under attack.

Source: DVD Boxset
Guest Stars: Tony Amendola as Captain Lewelyn | Thom Barry as Chief Mechanic | Tom Everett as C.P.O. Keats | William Forward as Mercer | Steven Hack as Harkin | Robert Louis Kempf (3) as Sgt. Solomon Monk | Calvin Levels as First Mate Potter | Christopher Michael Moore as Sorrel | Ping Wu as Ashby
Director: Stephen Cragg
Writer: Stephen Zito

6 :01x06 - Ray Butts

Oct/22/1995
The members of the 58th are suspicious after a tough war veteran, who arrived on the Saratoga with orders to take them on a classified mission, changes the mission's objective once they're behind enemy lines.

Source: DVD Boxset
Guest Stars: John L. Bennett as Master Of Arms | John Voldstad as Sailor | Steve Rankin as Lt. Col. Raymond Thomas Butts | Lar Park Lincoln as Bowman | David Prudhomme as Cochran

7 :01x07 - Eyes

Nov/05/1995
In an effort to get west to help with an assassination plot, the young marine is told that high-ranking Earth officials knew about the aliens before the colonists were sent to Vesta Colony.

Source: DVD Boxset
Guest Stars: Harriet Sansom Harris as Ambassador Diane Hayden | George DelHoyo as Ambassador Nicholas Chaput | Kimberly Patton as Feliciti OH 483 | Daniel Stewart as Thompson | John Verea as Lt. Richard Swirko

8 :01x08 - The Enemy

Nov/12/1995
The members of the 58th turn on each other after they land on the planet Tartarus and encounter a Chig mind-altering weapon that wreaks havoc on the area of the brain that controls fear.

Source: DVD Boxset
Guest Stars: Danny Goldring as Sergeant | Bob Koherr as Crazy Marine

9 :01x09 - Hostile Visit (1)

Nov/19/1995
After the 58th captures an alien bomber,, McQueen suggests that it would help raise troop morale if they use the vessel to attack the aliens' home planet - a plan that goes horribly wrong.

Source: DVD Boxset
Guest Stars: Melissa Bowen as Lt. Stroud | John Carlos Frey as Marine | David Gardner (1) as Klein | Garon Grigsby as Aerotech Engineer | Steven Jang as Condor | Steve Lanza as Loading Bay Crewman | Michael Mantell as Howard Sewell | Billy Mayo as Webb | Randy Mulkey as Donne | Wiley Pickett as Marine #1 | Susan Vee as Lt. Gates | Sharon Washington as Crew Chief | Jim Anzide as Krantz | Dan Rice as M.P.
Writer: Peyton Webb

10 :01x10 - Choice or Chance (2)

Nov/26/1995
When the 58th crash-lands on a moon deep in enemy territory and Shane, West, Damphouse, and Wang are captured by Silicates, West discovers that one of the other prisoners is Kylen

Source: DVD Boxset
Guest Stars: Melissa Bowen as Lt. Stroud | Amanda Douge as Kylen | David Gardner (1) as Klein | Steven Jang as Connor | Michael Mantell as Howard Sewell | Susan Vee as Lt. Gates
Writer: Doc Johnson

11 :01x11 - Stay with the Dead

Dec/03/1995
West's plan to lure Chig soldiers into an ambush works, but after he's rescued, no one believes him when he insists that the rest of the 58th is alive and needs to be rescued too

Source: DVD Boxset
Guest Stars: Marnie McPhail as Nurse | Steven Anderson (1) as Dr. Kanellos | Pancho Demmings as Paramedic | Leo Garcia as Lt. Clayton | Scott MacDonald as Hatfield | James Parks as Shankowicz | Edmund L. Shaff as Chaplain | William Bradberry, Jr. as Color Guard | Sebastian Cetina as Delgado | Rich Willis as Mark Lindon

12 :01x12 - The River of Stars

Dec/17/1995
When the Marines are stranded in enemy territory on Christmas day, they receive a cryptic transmission which tells them how to "hitch a ride" back to safety on an incoming comet's orbit.

Source: DVD Boxset
Guest Stars: Tasia Valenza as Lieutenant Kelly Anne Winslow | J. August Richards as Lieutenant Thomas | Christopher Wiehl as Ensign | Sharon Annett as Communications Officer | Tyrone Batista as Lieutenant | Robert Crow as Reynolds | Christopher Kirby as Kelcher | Billy Maddox as Larkin | Robert Arevalo as Horn
Director: Tucker Gates

13 :01x13 - Who Monitors the Birds?

Jan/07/1996
Wounded and alone in enemy territory, Hawkes struggles to stay alive as he recalls his past in Vitro education and how he was scheduled for termination because he asked too many questions.

Source: DVD Boxset
Guest Stars: Dale Dye as Major Jack Colquitt | David Bottrell as Monitor #2 | Brian Cousins as Monitor | Denvn Pysz as Hawkes' In-Vitro Friend
Director: Winrich Kolbe

14 :01x14 - Level of Necessity

Jan/14/1996
After experiencing a vision of a soldier's death during a combat mission, Damphousse is investigated by a PsI Corps colonel who is convinced she possesses psychic powers.

Source: DVD Boxset
Guest Stars: Tasia Valenza as Lieutenant Kelly Anne Winslow | Richard Kind as Colonel Matthew Burke | Timothy Dale Agee as Captain Kremens | Kane Picoy as Lubin

15 :01x15 - Never No More

Feb/04/1996
Shane encounters an old boyfriend as both their divisions volunteer to help hunt down a powerful new Chig vessel which is rumored to be equipped with a cloaking device.

Source: DVD Boxset
Guest Stars: Michael Reilly Burke as Capt. John Oakes | Michelle Clunie as Lt. Jennifer Brandt | Rob Elk as Mr. Saber | Jackie Houston as Maddox | Michael Raynor as Lt. Hall | Will Schaub as Peterson | Ashley Smock as Curran | David St. James as Admiral Broden | Randy Stone as Spud | David Jean Thomas as General Alcott | Tasia Valenza as Lieutenant Kelly Anne Winslow | Jullian Dulce Vida as Ensign | Jay Montalvo as Sullivan
Director: Jim Charleston

16 :01x16 - The Angriest Angel

Feb/11/1996
McQueen, a grounded ex-member of the elite fighter team The Angry Angels, insists that he be allowed to fly a dangerous mission to destroy the Chig's newest spacecraft.

Source: DVD Boxset
Guest Stars: Tasia Valenza as Lieutenant Kelly Ann Winslow | John L. Bennett as Guard | James Black as Security Operator | Robert Crow as Controller | Dane Farwell as Technician | Doug Hutchison as Elroy-El | Gunther Jensen as Engineer | Charmin Lee as Colonel Schrader | Michael Mantell as Howard Sewell | David Ramsey as Supervisor | Edmund L. Shaff as Chaplain | David St. James as Admiral Broden | Randy Stone as Spud | David Jean Thomas as Mr. Saber
Director: Henri Safran

17 :01x17 - Toy Soldiers

Feb/18/1996
West is upset when his younger brother, who has joined the Marines, shows up on the Saratoga under the command of an inexperienced gung-ho lieutenant.

Source: DVD Boxset
Guest Stars: David Barrera as 2nd Lt. James Herrick | Christian Hoff as Miller | Steven Jang as Intelligence Officer Connor | Michael Malota as Young Nathan | P.J. Ochlan as Eichlar | Adam Sutton as Young Neil | Marc Worden as Neil West | Al Garrett as Donovan

18 :01x18 - Dear Earth

Mar/03/1996
The members of the 58th receive letters from home, some with good news, some with bad, while McQueen and Cooper are ordered to appear in a documentary on In Vitroes.

Source: DVD Boxset
Guest Stars: Steve Hytner as Reporter | John Battle as Supply Sergeant | Jennifer Burns as Ann | Charles Carpenter as Cameraman | Robert Clendenin as Mark | Gibson Frazier as Ed | Carl Gilliard as Ophthalmologist | Ted Mann as Slow Talker | Jermaine Montell as Sailor #2 | Rock Reiser as Armed Guard | Darren Gray Ward as Lt. John Hill | Loren Chase (1) as Mrs. West | Scott Heath Dorel as Salior #2 | Kate McCalley as Volunteer Doctor | Michael Wachtel as Marine #1
Director: Winrich Kolbe

19 :01x19 - Pearly

Mar/24/1996
On a planet overrun with Chigs, the 58th encounters Major Cyril MacKendrick, the sole survivor of the 8th British Cavalry, and Wang encounters the Silicate who previously tortured him.

Source: DVD Boxset
Guest Stars: Guy Garner as Marine | Adam Goldberg as Sgt. Louie Fox | Doug Hutchison as Elroy-El | Martin Jarvis as Major Cyril MacKendrick | Kimberly Patton as Feliciti OH

20 :01x20 - R & R

Apr/12/1996
Suffering from combat fatigue, the 58th is granted liberty aboard the Baccus, a Rest and Recreational pleasure ship where it's said that anything can, and does, happen.

Source: DVD Boxset
Guest Stars: Coolio as The Bacchus Host | Jennifer Crystal as Nurse Larlee | David Duchovny as Alvin EL 1543 | Janet Gunn as Suzy | Julius Branca as Bartender
Writer: Jule Selbo

21 :01x21 - Stardust

Apr/19/1996
A mysterious mission the 58th is assigned to carry out, nearly turns to disaster when the Earth ship the Corps members are ordered to escort, suddenly locks onto their Hammerheads and opens fire.

Source: DVD Boxset
Guest Stars: Gail O'Grady as Colonel Klingman | Robert Crow as Officer Crow | Pato Hoffmann as James Dark Moon | Tim Hutchinson as Military Officer | Ronald G. Joseph as Gen. Oliver Ranford | Christopher Kirby as Technician | Edmund L. Shaff as Chaplain | Eric Whitmore as Commando | David A.R. White as Ensign Lewis

22 :01x22 - Sugar Dirt

Apr/20/1996
The 58th struggles to survive on a desolate planet held by the Chig after the Saratoga must abandon the crew in order to launch an assault that could ultimately save millions of lives.

Source: DVD Boxset
Guest Stars: Josh Abramson (1) as Lt. Nelson | David Cooley as Lt. Feeley | Jennifer Balgobin as Lt. Price | Nancy Linehan Charles as Admiral Vetter | Bill Kalmenson as Comm. Preising | James Kiriyama-Lem as General Ming | Mark Adair-Rios as Lt. Smith | Edmund L. Shaff as Chaplain | David St. James as Admiral Broden | Iqbal Theba as General Siraj | David Jean Thomas as General Alcott | Granville Van Dusen as General Weirick

23 :01x23 - And If They Lay Us Down to Rest... (1)

May/26/1996
The 58th lands on the moon of the Chig's home planet and encounters an extraterrestrial creature which may be an unarmored Chig or an entirely different life form.

Source: DVD Boxset
Guest Stars: Robert Crow as Communications Officer | Derek Mark Lochran as Pasty | Don Pugsley as Col. Rabborn
Director: Vern Gillum

24 :01x24 - ...Tell Our Moms We Done Our Best (2)

Jun/02/1996
When peace talks on the Saratoga go awry, the 58th flies one last dangerous mission to save POWs trapped in transport carriers crippled by the enemy.

Source: DVD Boxset
Guest Stars: Harriet Sansom Harris as Ambassador Diane Hayden | Amy Loubalu as Sentry #2 | Lisa Talerico as Sgt. Parker | Nilla Westerlund as Reporter | Lawrence T. Wrentz as Sims | Tom Ayers as German Colonist | Christopher Boyer as Colonist | Robert Crow as Lt. Pruitt | Amanda Douge as Kylen | Chris Ellis (1) as Adm. Stenner | Richard Fancy as E. Allen Wayne | Reggie Hayes as Wallace | Derek Mark Lochran as Chig Envoy | J. Patrick McCormack as Frank Shaffner | Steve Monroe as Engineer | Don Pugsley as Col. Rabborn | David Jean Thomas as General Alcott | D. Elliot Woods as Weapons Spc. | Marlon Young as Sentry
Warning: Space: Above and Beyond guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Scripted
Genre: Action | Adventure | Sci-Fi
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: FOX ( USA)
Airs: Sundays at 07:00 pm
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: September 24, 1995
Ended: June 02, 1996
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