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SEASON SIX (2007)

  01. Heritage
  02. Ego
  03. Re-Entry
  04. Big Top
  05. Interred
  06. Switch
  07. Numb
  08. Outcome
  09. Transgression
  10. Drift
  11. Exile
  12. Ambush
  13. Denouement


SEASON FIVE (2006)

SEASON FOUR (2005)

SEASON THREE (2004)


SEASON TWO (2003)


SEASON ONE (2002)

 



From Left: Cara Buono, Anthony Michael Hall & Nicole deBoer

  • The Sixth Season premiered on June 17th, 2007 on USA Network.

  • A new intro was made for the show this season, and is currently 10 seconds long. The theme song is by Blues Saraceno. [ YouTube link ]
     

  • Cara Buono joins the series as Sheriff Anna Turner
     

  • Connor Price steps in for Spencer Achtymichhuk as JJ Bannerman
     

  • The production crew moved from Vancouver to Montreal, Canada, since it had been over a year since they last shot an episode, and the production had lost their soundstages in Vancouver.
     

  • It was on September 18th, 2006 that USA Network picked up the series for a sixth season was it was announced by Jeff Wachtel, USA's executive vice president of original programming. You can see the whole press release below.


USA NETWORK ANNOUNCES SIXTH SEASON PICKUP OF "THE DEAD ZONE"

HIT SERIES FROM LIONSGATE AND CBS PARAMOUNT INTERNATIONAL TELEVISION TO RETURN WITH 13 ORIGINAL EPISODES IN SUMMER 2007

LOS ANGELES, CA September 18, 2006 USA Network has picked up The Dead Zone, the hit series starring Anthony Michael Hall ("61*," "The Pirates of Silicon Valley," "Sixteen Candles"), for a sixth broadcast season of 13 one-hour episodes, it was announced today by Jeff Wachtel, USA's executive vice president, original programming.

Produced by Lionsgate (NYSE: LGF), the leading independent filmed entertainment studio, and CBS Paramount International Television in association with Piller-Segan, the series will return to USA Network in Summer 2007, with production scheduled to begin early next year.

The Dead Zone premiered in June 2002 as the network's highest-rated original dramatic series debut ever, earning a place as the top basic cable original dramatic series of all time. The show still continues to perform as one of basic cable's top-rated series.

"It's been a long, winding and wonderful road on 'The Dead Zone'. Our relationship with Lionsgate and the show's producers has been everything a network could ask for," said Wachtel. "We look forward to continued success in the show's Sixth Season."

"'The Dead Zone' is an important franchise for us and we're delighted about the pick-up," said Kevin Beggs, Lionsgate's president of television programming and production. "We've enjoyed a great creative partnership with Piller-Segan and tremendous support from the network, and are looking forward to the start of an exciting new season."

The Dead Zone is a psychological thriller blending action, romance, the paranormal and a continuing quest for justice. In one of the most demanding roles on series television, Hall stars as Johnny Smith, a man injured in a near-fatal car crash, who emerges from a six-yearlong coma with psychic powers that allow him to see into the past and future through visions triggered by touch.

USA NETWORK PRESS RELEASE
 



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