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"Stephen King's Dead Zone" (2002) More at IMDbPro »"The Dead Zone" (original title)

Season: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6
Year: 2002 | 2003 | 2004 | 2005 | 2006 | 2007 | unknown


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 0: Unaired Pilot

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Anthony Michael Hall ... Johnny Smith

Nicole de Boer ... Sarah Bracknell Bannerman

Chris Bruno ... Sheriff Walt Bannerman

John L. Adams ... Bruce Lewis

Kendall Cross ... Dana Bright

Nicole LaPlaca ... Girl Student #1

Michael Moriarty ... Reverend Eugene 'Gene' Purdy

Gina Chiarelli ... Nurse Elaine MacGowan (uncredited)

Janina Dall ... Woman Victim (uncredited)

Mercedes de la Zerda ... Girl Student #2 (uncredited)
Donald Fong ... Uncle Tran (uncredited)
Fran Gebhard ... Henrietta Dodd (uncredited)

Anna Hagan ... Vera Smith (uncredited)
John Hainsworth ... Barker #1 (uncredited)

Bryce Hodgson ... Player #1 (uncredited)

Emily Holmes ... Allison Connover (uncredited)
Chris Kelly ... Hockey Coach (uncredited)
Campbell Lane ... Barker #2 (uncredited)

Bill Mondy ... Deputy Roscoe (uncredited)
Michael Rogers ... Frank Dodd (uncredited)

Alvin Sanders ... Principal Pelson (uncredited)

Michael St. John Smith ... Mike Kennedy (uncredited)

Rick Tae ... Dr. Tran (uncredited)

Jesse Ventura ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 1: Wheel of Fortune

16 June 2002
After six years in a coma following a near-fatal car accident, Johnny Smith awakens to find that he has the gift of second sight and uses his psychic powers to help solve a serial murder case.

Anthony Michael Hall ... Johnny Smith

Nicole de Boer ... Sarah Bracknell Bannerman

Chris Bruno ... Sheriff Walt Bannerman

John L. Adams ... Bruce Lewis

Rick Tae ... Dr. Tran

Anna Hagan ... Vera Smith

Gina Chiarelli ... Nurse Elaine MacGowan
Michael Rogers ... Frank Dodd

David Ogden Stiers ... Reverend Eugene 'Gene' Purdy

Emily Holmes ... Allison Connover
John Hainsworth ... Barker #1
Campbell Lane ... Barker #2

Justin Stillwell ... Boy Student
Kenya Jo Kennedy ... Child In Bedroom

Nicole LaPlaca ... Girl Student #1

Mercedes de la Zerda ... Girl Student #2
Chris Kelly ... Hockey Coach

Michael St. John Smith ... Mike Kennedy
Liliane Lee ... Mother Tran
Diana Ha ... Old Mother Tran

Bryce Hodgson ... Player #1

Alvin Sanders ... Principal
Dominic Louis ... Johnny 'JJ' Bannerman
Evan Smith ... 6 Year Old Johnny

Victoria Billingsley ... 6 Year Old Sarah
Nicholas Lee ... 3 Year Old Dr. Tran
Donald Fong ... Uncle Tran
Ed Chow ... Younger Uncle Tran

Jesse Ventura ... Himself (archive footage)

Season 1, Episode 2: What It Seems

23 June 2002
Johnny continues to assist the skeptical Sheriff Walt Bannerman (Sarah's husband) with his investigation into the mysterious killings. Johnny soon realizes that in saving a potential victim, a new victim has taken the previous victim's place. In discovering that the killer may be closer than anyone thinks, Johnny is torn between wanting Sarah to be in his life again, and not meddling in her marriage and her relationship with her son, who is Johnny's biological son as well.

Season 1, Episode 3: Quality of Life

30 June 2002
After returning to his old high school teaching job, Johnny begins to trust his powers after they allow him to save a high school all-star athlete from a possibly fatal heart condition. But with each vision, it makes Johnny physically weaker since the visions take a drain on his life energy.

Anthony Michael Hall ... Johnny Smith

Nicole de Boer ... Sarah Bracknell Bannerman

Chris Bruno ... Sheriff Walt Bannerman

John L. Adams ... Bruce Lewis

Kristen Dalton ... Dana Bright

Christopher Masterson ... Todd Paley (as Chris Masterson)

David Ogden Stiers ... Reverend Eugene 'Gene' Purdy
Michael Puttonen ... Coach Foley
Ken Camroux ... Doc Cooper (as Ken Camroux-Taylor)
Ted Cole ... Mr. Paley
Sandra Ferens ... Mrs. Paley

Alvin Sanders ... Principal Pelson

Anna Hagan ... Vera Smith
Annabel Kershaw ... Angry Mom

Alejandro Rae ... Bradford (as Alex Rae)

Sam Easton ... Greenberg

David Neale ... Heart Doctor
Jamie Mayo ... Hi Tech Student #1
Dominic Louis ... Johnny 'JJ' Bannerman
Ron Chartier ... Vision Man #1
Alison Raine ... Actor (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 4: Enigma

7 July 2002
While Johnny and Bruce help an old man to find the long lost love of his life, Johny falls in love with the woman through the visions he has of her in the past.

Anthony Michael Hall ... Johnny Smith

Nicole de Boer ... Sarah Bracknell Bannerman

Chris Bruno ... Sheriff Walt Bannerman

John L. Adams ... Bruce Lewis

Elizabeth Ann Bennett ... Young Abigail Travers, 1945

George Murdock ... Arthur Allen
Sheila Moore ... Abigail Travers
Sheila Paterson ... Rose O'Halloran
Boyan Vukelic ... Young Artie, 1945
Stephen Park ... Bellboy

Sarah Deakins ... Chandra

Alisen Down ... Young' Rosie OHalloran 1945
Alvie Leeper ... Tommy Peterson (as Alvie N. Leeper)

David Nykl ... Waiter

Season 1, Episode 5: Unreasonable Doubt

14 July 2002
When Johnny is called to serve jury duty, he uses his powers to uncover the real truth about a murder case.

Anthony Michael Hall ... Johnny Smith

Nicole de Boer ... Sarah Bracknell Bannerman (credit only)

Chris Bruno ... Sheriff Walt Bannerman (credit only)

John L. Adams ... Bruce Lewis

Blu Mankuma ... Ben Cartwright
Esme Lambert ... Agatha Christie / Mrs. MacArthur
Patricia Mayen-Salazar ... Brassy

Dexter Bell ... Carl Winters

Manoj Sood ... Apu, Convenice Store Clerk

Kirsten Alter ... Emily - Female Witness (as Kirsten Williamson)

Adrien Dorval ... Fan Man
Julia Arkos ... Feather

Kett Turton ... Goth Guy

Alex Diakun ... Judge
Doron Bell ... Kid #1

Wanda Cannon ... Martha
Dean Marshall ... Night School

Eric Keenleyside ... Pinky

Dion Johnstone ... Prosecutor Mr. Eddy
Geoff Adams ... Defence Lawyer, Public Defender
Tom Scholte ... Sports Nut
Jim Byrnes ... Vic Goodman
Alvie Leeper ... Peterson

Season 1, Episode 6: The House

21 July 2002
Johnny learns details of his mother's death that have been a secret kept by Purdy.

Season 1, Episode 7: Enemy Mind

28 July 2002
While searching for a runaway teenage girl, Johnny is accidentally exposed to a hallucinogenic drug following a drug lab explosion, and he must contend with being high which hinders his visions, and trying to rescue her from a brutal thug.

Anthony Michael Hall ... Johnny Smith

Nicole de Boer ... Sarah Bracknell Bannerman

Chris Bruno ... Sheriff Walt Bannerman

John L. Adams ... Bruce Lewis
Julie Patzwald ... Jill Derr

Rick Tae ... Dr. Tran

Mark Hildreth ... Malcolm

Jesse Moss ... Scott

Sarah Lind ... Tammy Moe

Catherine Barroll ... Mrs. Derr

Karen Holness ... Officer Kohlan

Elizabeth McCarthy Meek ... Waitress (as Elizabeth McCarthy)
Talia Ranger ... Jill Derr, age 6 (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 8: Netherworld

4 August 2002
Struck with a vision of a fiery explosion, Johnny Smith must distinguish between his dream world and reality in order to prevent a disaster.

Season 1, Episode 9: The Siege

11 August 2002
When a disgruntled electrician, named Conrad Hurley, robs a bank and takes hostages, including Sarah, Johnny must try to change an ever-changing future where either Sarah or himself is killed.

Season 1, Episode 10: Here There Be Monsters

18 August 2002
Despite a terrifying vision, Johnny tries to help a tiny, superstitious town in Massachusettets where fear and paranoia has gripped the community following a little girl's disappearance, where he and and Bruce soon become suspects.

Season 1, Episode 11: Dinner with Dana

25 August 2002
Johnny's relationship with reporter Dana Bright heats up when he invites over at his house for dinner for the evening so she can get an up-close and personal interview with him, and his sexual hormones put a damper on their impending intimacy forcing him to see his friends 'talk' to him, about their distaste for the ambitious but cynical woman. Johnny also has a vision of one of Dana's abusive boyfriends stalking her and coming to realize that her life may be in danger.

Season 1, Episode 12: Shaman

8 September 2002
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.

Season 1, Episode 13: Destiny

15 September 2002
A vision leads Johnny to save rowdy teens from a house fire and escalates the media circus over his psychic abilities, and Johnny confines himself to his house. Reverend Purdy pays Johnny a visit and persuades the troubled psychic that it is his destiny to help people with his visions and that he should not run and hide. Sarah becomes more uncomfortable and slightly jealous over Johnny's blossoming romance with Dana Bright, leading her to question her feelings towards him. Meanwhile, Greg Stillson, an ambitious and unscrupulous politician, arrives in town as part of his campaign for the U.S. Congress. Stillson's background story reveals that he will do ANYTHING to get what he wants, including lie, cheat, steal, blackmail, seduce, and possibly murder. Stillson's and Johnny's paths cross when Reverend Purdy joins Stillson's campaign as an advisor. When Johnny shakes Stillson's hand, he has a horrific vision of a nuclear Armageddon.

Anthony Michael Hall ... Johnny Smith

Nicole de Boer ... Sarah Bracknell Bannerman

Chris Bruno ... Sheriff Walt Bannerman

John L. Adams ... Bruce Lewis

Sean Patrick Flanery ... Greg Stillson

Kristen Dalton ... Dana Bright

David Ogden Stiers ... Reverend Eugene 'Gene' Purdy
Spencer Achtymichuk ... Johnny 'JJ' Bannerman

Garry Chalk ... James Stillson

Malcolm Stewart ... Roger Chattsworth
Anita Adams ... Younger Vera
Evan Smith ... Johnny, age 9
David Coles ... Young James Stillson

Ted Friend ... George Walters

Joey Aresco ... Steve Carrick

Anthony Harrison ... Fire Marshall

Paul Campbell ... Chuck Chattsworth
Kendall Saunders ... Katie - Aide
Jim Francis ... Sonny Elliman
Michaela Mann ... Charlotte

Rob Bruner ... Charlie Richardson

Daniel Bacon ... Reporter - Alex Ross

Craig Fraser ... Reporter (uncredited)

Sandra Guerard ... Linda (uncredited)
Catherine Kaiser ... (uncredited)
Pamela MacDonald ... Farmer's Wife (uncredited)
David Petersen ... Farmer Crow (uncredited)

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Valley of the Shadow

5 January 2003
Still shaken by his visions of apparent nuclear devastation associated with Greg Stillson, Johnny grows increasingly obsessed with Stillson, whom he begins investigating secretly. But another mystery draws him back into the public eye: a test of Johnny's powers by a mysterious adversary who is as obsessed with Johnny as Johnny is with Stillson. When Walt forces Johnny into helping investigate the kidnapping of the young son of a wealthy corporate entrepreneur, Johnny is contacted by the kidnapper in a series of taunting mind games his God-fearing adversary forces on him in order to save the kidnapped boy.

Season 2, Episode 2: Descent

12 January 2003
As Walt begins to wonder what's really going between Johnny and his wife Sarah, a group of four teenagers disappear into an abandoned copper mine that was owned by Johnny's grandfather. Walt brings Johnny in to help with the rescue. Soon, Johnny begins to get visions, not only of the teens, but of the miners who died in an incident in 1949 brought on by his grandfather's actions. The ghost miners seem to be striking back at Johnny and Walt is seriously injured by a falling beam. The teens are rescued, but Johnny gets a vision of Walt's funeral as he is taken away in the ambulance...

Season 2, Episode 3: Ascent

19 January 2003
Walt ends up in a coma after being injured during the mine rescue. Johnny tries to use his powers to reach Walt in his mind and lead him back to consciousness. But while inside Walt's mind, and reliving how he first met Sarah, among other things, Johnny realizes that he is not the only person inside Walt's memories. There is also a mysterious man, who is Walt's father, trying to make him go into the light...

Season 2, Episode 4: The Outsider

2 February 2003
Johnny must stop the release of a new anti-wrinkle cream, called Revivatin, based on his vision of it causing birth defects in the future. Johnny is forced to team up with Dana to try to fight the greedy bureaucratic company as well as find a reclusive research analyst named Thomas Berke, who may know the way to detect the product defect before it hits the market in the next few days.

Season 2, Episode 5: Precipitate

9 February 2003
After getting hit by a car while saving a little boy's life, Johnny gets a blood transfusion of blood from six different donors, in which for the next few weeks he's reluctantly forced to 'see' through the eyes of his donors. When a disturbing future vision shows that one of his donors will die, Johnny and Bruce must try to stop a series of bad events all coinciding at a public square where the death will take place at 3:00 PM.

Anthony Michael Hall ... Johnny Smith

Nicole de Boer ... Sarah Bracknell Bannerman (credit only)

Chris Bruno ... Sheriff Walt Bannerman (credit only)

John L. Adams ... Bruce Lewis

Suleka Mathew ... Dr. Janet Gibson
Jesse Cadotte ... Jonah

John Tench ... Mort
Jacques Lalonde ... Bob
Courtney Kramer ... Shari

Matthew Visser ... Tobey
Brandon Visser ... Mickey
Paul Magel ... E.R. Doctor
John Shaw ... Bookstore Manager
Patricia Drake ... Cop
Patricia Idlette ... Nurse Park
Jim Bremner ... Barclay (uncredited)
Laura Drummond ... Mother (uncredited)

Brad Kelly ... Clyde (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 6: Scars

16 February 2003
As Johnny continues investigating the past of the charismatic, but closeted evil sociopath, Greg Stillson, he confides in Bruce about his vision of the future at the end of Stillson's run for power. After he gets an intimidating visit from Stillson to persuade him to stop investigating him, Johnny decides to back up Stillson's congressional rival, Harrison Fisher, a long-time incumbent. However, a vision shows a dark secret that Fisher has involving his service in the Vietnam War, which leads Johnny to debate with himself whether revealing the truth about Fisher is more important than the unscrupulous Stillson's defeat.

Season 2, Episode 7: Misbegotten

23 February 2003
Johnny is kidnapped by three young women who demand his help in solving a murder mystery from the past.

Season 2, Episode 8: Cabin Pressure

2 March 2003
Johnny and Reverend Purdy are traveling on a plane to Washington for a seminars conference when Johnny gets a vision of the plane crashing and eventually determines that the pilot will put the plane into a dive as the engine explodes. He manages to convince the though, but closed-minded, air marshal Kelly Park, he's telling the truth. But he sees the same vision of destruction compliments of the co-pilot and realizes both men are trying to save the plane. Using his gift, Johnny determines the wings are covered with ice due to an instrument malfunction. When the co-pilot is injured, Johnny is forced to take his seat and direct the pilot with his visions to take the proper steps to save the plane.

Anthony Michael Hall ... Johnny Smith

Nicole de Boer ... Sarah Bracknell Bannerman (credit only)

Chris Bruno ... Sheriff Walt Bannerman (credit only)

John L. Adams ... Bruce Lewis (credit only)

Peter Wingfield ... Captain Michael Klein

Linda Ko ... Air Marshal Kelly Park

Dan Joffre ... Co-Pilot Colin Black

David Ogden Stiers ... Reverend Eugene 'Gene' Purdy
Christine Chatelain ... Nicole
Venus Terzo ... Lorraine

Season 2, Episode 9: The Man Who Never Was

9 March 2003
Isolating himself from a demanding public, Johnny gets visions of himself disappearing after making contact with something belonging to an elderly shut-in, Jeffrey Grissom, brought in by his delivery man. Johnny briefly visits him and Grissom talks about wondering where his old home was. When Johnny returns the next day with information, Grissom, and any trace of him, have completely disappeared. Johnny is determined to follow up when he gets a vision of people removing Grissom and the new family moving in. Johnny gets visions of people going through his own home as well. Unable to convince, Walt, Bruce, or even Sarah about his suspicions, Johnny strikes out on his own and gets close enough to the people following him to get a vision of Grissom in a new home and visits him there. Grissom reveals he is a retired spy kept buried by the U.S. government due to valuable knowledge in his head. The government agents show up to threaten Johnny and make him "vanish" as well.

Anthony Michael Hall ... Johnny Smith

Nicole de Boer ... Sarah Bracknell Bannerman

Chris Bruno ... Sheriff Walt Bannerman

John L. Adams ... Bruce Lewis

Kristen Dalton ... Dana Bright

Rachel Hayward ... Alma / Rosemary

Veronika Hadrava ... Mrs. June Stade

Adam Harrington ... Bill Stade

Suleka Mathew ... Dr. Janet Gibson

Robert Culp ... Jeffrey Grissom

Zak Santiago ... Raul (as Zak Santiago Alam)
David Thomson ... Historical Society Curator
Deryl Hayes ... Grocery Store Manager
Chelan McKenzie ... Alma #2
Amanda Wood ... French Singer

Adrien Dorval ... Fan Man (as P. Adrien Dorval)

Jessica Amlee ... Stade Child (uncredited)
D. Harlan Cutshall ... Reporter (uncredited)

Winnie Hung ... Reporter #2 (uncredited)

Jennifer Kitchen ... Jeffrey's Mother (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 10: Dead Men Tell Tales

16 March 2003
Johnny inadvertently becomes involved with the local mafia when his visions lead him to help mobster Cathan Donnegal, whom he sees being gunned down by a local hood, Mickey. When Donnegal's thugs threaten Johnny to make him help them investigate, the visions lead Johnny to a mobster's moll, Nina, who has connections to the shady Greg Stillson. Stillson is back in town, seeking to buy up the land of an old Indian gambling casino to pocket more money for his political campaign; and his right-hand man/thug, Sonny Elliman, also shares time with the thrill-seeking Nina.

Season 2, Episode 11: Playing God

30 March 2003
A wild and immature old high school friend, Jason Moore, comes to see Johnny, Sarah, and their friends for a high school reunion. Jason however reveals that he's dying from a terminal heart condition and asks for a vision of his future. Johnny sees him receiving a successful heart transplant and gives him the good news, but later gets a vision of Jason's sister, Kate, being killed in a driving accident and becoming the donor. Johnny soon realizes even if he saves Kate and gets Jason a heart through Purdy's connections, someone else who would have received the heart will die. Johnny tracks down the drunk driver, Patrick Hanchin, and confronts him, but sees that even if Johnny stops him from killing Kate, he'll hit a school bus. Trapped in a web of fate where anything he does will make things worse, Johnny decides on a painful choice to allow fate to run its course.

Season 2, Episode 12: Zion

6 April 2003
Johnny goes to the funeral of Bruce's father in Indiana and after touching both Bruce and of his dead father at the same time, somehow gives Bruce a long vision of an alternate reality of what Bruce's life would have been like if he had never met Johnny; Bruce is an church elder at his church with his father Rev. David Lewis, who's alive and in conflict with his son over his choices in life. This leads Bruce to try to find Johnny, who has shut himself off from everyone he knows, and uncover a plot by Johnny to assassinate Greg Stilson before he gets elected president and brings on a nuclear holocaust.

Anthony Michael Hall ... Johnny Smith

Nicole de Boer ... Sarah Bracknell Bannerman

Chris Bruno ... Sheriff Walt Bannerman (credit only)

John L. Adams ... Bruce Lewis

Sean Patrick Flanery ... Greg Stillson

Lorena Gale ... Rose Lewis
Nathaniel DeVeaux ... Dr. McCants

Louis Gossett Jr. ... Pastor David Lewis

David Ogden Stiers ... Reverend Eugene 'Gene' Purdy
Jim Francis ... Sonny Elliman
J.R. Messado ... Boy Bruce
Judith Maxie ... Mrs. McCants
Dee Jay Jackson ... Alvin
Zoe Naomi Bridgeman ... Norma (as Zoe Bridgeman)

Carrie Fleming ... Pretty Teen Volunteer (as Carrie Anne Fleming)
C.J. Jackman-Zigante ... Hysterical Parishioner #1 (as CJ Jackman-Zigante)
Carlton Watson ... Hysterical Parishioner #2

Mark Rolston ... Hysterical Parishioner #3
Alex Topoh ... Parishioner (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 13: The Storm

6 July 2003
Four months after Kate Moore's death, Johnny's friends decide to stage an intervention to shake him out of his guilt. As Bruce drives him to Purdy's lakeside resort where he, Sarah, Walt, and Dana are awaiting their arrival, Johnny senses that a major storm is brewing. Johnny and Bruce have a series of misadventures from losing their car, to helping people from a destroyed roadside diner, to hitching a ride with a overbearing tourist family, then having an encounter with the same roadside carnival on the night of his car accident, all of which leads to Johnny being forced to try to come to terms with his destiny in order to save the people he loves from a inexplicable tornado.

Season 2, Episode 14: Plague

13 July 2003
While at a school science fair, Johnny gets a disturbing vision of a group of children getting extremely ill. Johnny persuades Walt to quarantine the building and eventually the children begin to get sick. Johnny realizes that without his help the children will die, including JJ. With the assistance of Rev. Purdy, Johnny must help Walt and the local health inspector, Jim Pratt, try to identify as well as find the source of the mysterious virus before it kills off the entire town.

Anthony Michael Hall ... Johnny Smith

Nicole de Boer ... Sarah Bracknell Bannerman

Chris Bruno ... Sheriff Walt Bannerman

John L. Adams ... Bruce Lewis (credit only)

Stephen Tobolowsky ... Dr. Jim Pratt

David Ogden Stiers ... Reverend Eugene 'Gene' Purdy
Spencer Achtymichuk ... Johnny 'JJ' Bannerman

Bill Mondy ... Deputy Roscoe

Genevieve Buechner ... Amy Grantfork
Jennifer Clement ... Phyllis Grantfork
Keith Martin Gordey ... Bob Grantfork
P. Lynn Johnson ... Dr. Granger

Lucas McCann ... Mike

Michael Adamthwaite ... Steve

Jason Diablo ... Rob Cirillo

Kaaren de Zilva ... Rita Navarro
Peter Grasso ... Coroner
Dax Belanger ... Pathologist
Richard Chen See ... CPR Doctor (as Richard Yee)

Amber Borycki ... Elle (uncredited)

Anita Brown ... Extra (uncredited)
Kerry van der Griend ... Principal (uncredited)

Jennifer Anne Lee ... Nurse (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 15: Deja Voodoo

20 July 2003
A very strange night for Johnny begins when, during an evening out with Bruce at a local restaurant, Johnny is forced into a series of changing visions to help a young woman he's romantically attracted to, and each vision has both of them begin killed by mysterious assailants, making Johnny relive the evening over and over until he finds a way to break the circle of time to a satisfying revelation.

Anthony Michael Hall ... Johnny Smith

Nicole de Boer ... Sarah Bracknell Bannerman (credit only)

Chris Bruno ... Sheriff Walt Bannerman

John L. Adams ... Bruce Lewis

Kristen Dalton ... Dana Bright
David Lewis ... Stemple

Gerard Plunkett ... Dr. Lawrence

Reiko Aylesworth ... Natalie Connor

Brendan Beiser ... Benton

Mig Macario ... Foley (as Miguelito Macario)

Eric Breker ... Mugger #1

Darren Hird ... Natalie's Husband (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 16: The Hunt

27 July 2003
'Government Remote Viewing Unit' tries Johnny Smith's special ability in the war against terror in a military operation.

Anthony Michael Hall ... Johnny Smith

Nicole de Boer ... Sarah Bracknell Bannerman (credit only)

Chris Bruno ... Sheriff Walt Bannerman (credit only)

John L. Adams ... Bruce Lewis (voice)

Donnelly Rhodes ... Colonel Burt Halsey
Terra C. MacLeod ... Harriet (as Terra MacLeod)

Alex Zahara ... Major Reg Granowitz

Scott Hylands ... The Senator

Jason Griffith ... Frank (as Jase-Anthony Griffith)
Tamara Lashley ... Technician #1

Karin Konoval ... Sylvia
John Burnside ... Monty
J.B. Bivens ... Deputy Secretary of Defense

Gary Hetherington ... General Lassiter
Chris Lawrence ... Finster

Trevor Jones ... Grimes
Shawn Reis ... Sergeant

Tony Ali ... Sunglasses Man

Parm Soor ... Safe House Doctor

David Ogden Stiers ... Reverend Eugene 'Gene' Purdy (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 17: The Mountain

3 August 2003
Johnny, Walt, Sarah and JJ become involved in the search through the mountains for a missing plane, which contains two million dollars.

Season 2, Episode 18: The Combination

10 August 2003
Danny Avila is training hard for his first ever boxing title match, but John Smith urges him to drop out.

Anthony Michael Hall ... Johnny Smith

Nicole de Boer ... Sarah Bracknell Bannerman (credit only)

Chris Bruno ... Sheriff Walt Bannerman (credit only)

John L. Adams ... Bruce Lewis

Frank Whaley ... Future Guy / Christopher Wey

Greg Serano ... Danny Avila

Glenn Plummer ... Jimmy D. (as Glen Plummer)
Ken Pogue ... Vic Murphy

David Ogden Stiers ... Reverend Eugene 'Gene' Purdy
Teddy Atlas ... Himself
Max Kellerman ... Himself
Brian Kenny ... Himself
Joe Tessitore ... Himself

Alexandra Castillo ... Helena Avila (as Alex Castillo)
Jay Kramer ... Darryl Tibbs (as Jay Winston Kramer)
Paul Jarrett ... Dr. Kowalski
Doug Abrahams ... Fred Jenkins
Alfonso Quijada ... Andrew King
Jim K. Chan ... Reporter (uncredited)

Ian Thompson ... Bus Driver (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 19: Visions

17 August 2003
A man in a vision stuns John Smith by yelling at him and blames him for a bad future.

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Finding Rachel: Part 1

6 June 2004
As Johnny continues investigating his future visions and debating with himself if Greg Stillson is behind the inevitable Apocylapse, he receives a vision from Christopher Wey, 40 years in the future, about a young woman, named Rachel Caldwell, whom is a volunteer on Stillson's campaign crew, going missing. He goes to meet her, but finds himself two hours later with no memory of the meeting. Johnny attempts to piece together his visions to fill in the large gap of missing time in his memory in order to figure out what happened, but soon finds circumstantial evidence pointing to him as Rachel's assailant. Meanwhile, Stillson approaches Reverend Purdy to persuade him to keep Johnny in check or he will reveal some damaging information about Purdy's church organization.

Season 3, Episode 2: Finding Rachel: Part 2

13 June 2004
Arrested for the murder of Rachel Caldwell, Johnny seeks the assistance of her sister, Rebecca (who believes that he is guilty) and his friends to prove his innocence and help figure out what really happened to her. Although both Walt and Sarah want to believe Johnny's innocence, they sense another angle to the mystery. Meanwhile, Stillson continues his nefarious quest to be elected congressman of Maine though rigged voting machines. When he hears about Johnny's arrest, he decides that he needs the psychic to help him win, so he fixes things behind the scenes so Johnny will be exonerated.

Season 3, Episode 3: Collision

20 June 2004
A mother is devastated as her daughter has disappeared. John's visions of her collide with visions from his own accident nine years ago.

Season 3, Episode 4: The Cold Hard Truth

27 June 2004
A radio talk show host upsets John so much that he enters the radio station to tell him to behave. As it's in vain, John visualizes the radio host fall from a high roof.

Season 3, Episode 5: Total Awareness

4 July 2004
Johnny and a young woman who can "see" numbers are on the run from defense contractor agents out to protect an information gathering program which could mean an end to all privacy.

Anthony Michael Hall ... Johnny Smith

Nicole de Boer ... Sarah Bracknell Bannerman

Chris Bruno ... Sheriff Walt Bannerman

John L. Adams ... Bruce Lewis

Lauren Lee Smith ... Bonnie Gibson

Aaron Douglas ... Rob Coulter

Kevin McNulty ... Dr. Scanlon

Diego Diablo Del Mar ... Neal Pynchon
Spencer Achtymichuk ... Johnny 'JJ' Bannerman

Bill Mondy ... Deputy Roscoe

Phillip Mitchell ... Agent Adams
Ken Roberts ... Doug
Michael Roberds ... Fitch

Karin Konoval ... Sylvia Tesich
Constance Barnes ... Department Store Clerk
Anthony Gerbrandt ... Stoner Driver

Layne Black ... Betty the Tow Truck Driver
Greg Anderson ... Senator Marshall
Marsha Yee ... News Anchor

Jeanie Kawakami Cloutier ... Agent Roth (uncredited)
Jory Gillies ... Amy (uncredited)
Mark Redsky ... Nick Redcloud (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 6: No Questions Asked

18 July 2004
Sarah fears Walt is seeing another woman and asks John to talk to him. He sees Walt hug the widow of a cop that died ten years ago. On top of that Walt has lost his police gun to an ex-convict.

Season 3, Episode 7: Looking Glass

25 July 2004
Two law students fear Johnny's powers are the ultimate invasion of privacy and decide to prove that his visions can be wrong. But Johnny discovers he might have been right after all.

Season 3, Episode 8: Speak Now

1 August 2004
John gets problematic visions about a wedding soon to be.

Season 3, Episode 9: Cycle of Violence

8 August 2004
John visualizes a shooting drama at a local school.

Anthony Michael Hall ... Johnny Smith

Nicole de Boer ... Sarah Bracknell Bannerman

Chris Bruno ... Sheriff Walt Bannerman

John L. Adams ... Bruce Lewis (credit only)

Sarah Wynter ... Rebecca Caldwell

Robert Iler ... Derek Rankin

Judge Reinhold ... Principal Rowin
Spencer Achtymichuk ... Johnny 'JJ' Bannerman

Bill Mondy ... Deputy Roscoe
Leanne Adachi ... Realty Agent

Cole Heppell ... Zeke, age 9
Keith William Miller ... Zeke, age 15
Sean Smith ... Charles Kolchak

Serge Houde ... Max Kolchak
Jessica Lee ... Lenora Towers
David Pearson ... Mr. Talbot (as David Allan Pearson)
Raf Rogers ... Colin Talavera (as Rafael Pellerin)

Mark Houghton ... Security Guard McClatchy

John Prowse ... Mr. Fitz

Don Ackerman ... Guard Two

Season 3, Episode 10: Instinct

15 August 2004
A mysterious tiny sound drive animals so mad that they attack people.

Anthony Michael Hall ... Johnny Smith

Nicole de Boer ... Sarah Bracknell Bannerman (credit only)

Chris Bruno ... Sheriff Walt Bannerman

John L. Adams ... Bruce Lewis

David Ogden Stiers ... Reverend Eugene 'Gene' Purdy

Ron Selmour ... Ted Keane
Spencer Achtymichuk ... Johnny 'JJ' Bannerman

Bill Mondy ... Deputy Roscoe

Erica Cerra ... Eager Student
Bruce Dawson ... Soccer Coach
Nancy Sivak ... Animal Control Officer
Cameron McDonald ... Terrified Man
Deni DeLory ... Terrified Wife
Robin J. Kelley ... Psychiatric Doctor
Sean Campbell ... Stan the Hunter
John Callander ... Doug the Hunter

Bill Marchant ... Scotty

Cady Dyck ... Terrified Little Girl (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 11: Shadows

22 August 2004
While out fishing with J.J. and Bruce, Johnny must unravel a series of visions he gets. They involve him killing a man in revenge for the upcoming murder of someone that's close to him, who turns out to be Bruce. Johnny must put the pieces of the puzzle together to prevent the murder from happening, and to prevent himself from killing a person and setting on his own dark path.

Season 3, Episode 12: Tipping Point

22 August 2004
In a vision Christopher Wey urges John to make Reverend Purdy tell the truth about Mike Kennedy's death. The following blackout makes John seek advice on brain surgery.

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: Broken Circle

12 June 2005
John lies in hospital, where Bruce tells him that he has had an 11 hour long brain surgery, and Rebecca is shot dead by the police. John has lost his visions and despairs.

Season 4, Episode 2: The Collector

19 June 2005
A young homeless girl at a social center where Sarah volunteers has disappeared and John's vision about it makes him contact Walt.

Anthony Michael Hall ... Johnny Smith

Nicole de Boer ... Sarah Bracknell Bannerman

Chris Bruno ... Sheriff Walt Bannerman

John L. Adams ... Bruce Lewis (credit only)

Dedee Pfeiffer ... Linda Finney

Brian Markinson ... The Collector / Masked Man

Bill Mondy ... Deputy Roscoe

Joely Collins ... Erica Carter
Monika MarLee ... Tami (as Monika Mar-Lee)
Elizabeth McLaughlin ... Denise Carter
Lenard Stanga ... Rich Finney
Denalda Williams ... Truck Stop Waitress

Julia Benson ... Crying Girl (as Julia Anderson)
Chris Shields ... Deputy

Wolfgang Puck ... Himself (archive footage) (voice) (uncredited)

Ian Thompson ... Big Rig Driver (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 3: Double Vision

26 June 2005
A beautiful woman in a neighbor car at red lights distracts John and he slightly hits a man when they turn green. The man runs away. Touching his car at the hit spot John visualizes the shooting of a man.

Anthony Michael Hall ... Johnny Smith

Nicole de Boer ... Sarah Bracknell Bannerman (credit only)

Chris Bruno ... Sheriff Walt Bannerman

John L. Adams ... Bruce Lewis (credit only)

Jennifer Finnigan ... Alex Sinclair

Craig March ... Gunman / Frank Monroe

Jessica Amlee ... Alex at age 9

Katey Wright ... Mrs. Monroe

Michael Adamthwaite ... Guard
Gerry Mackay ... Insurance Exec / Target
Michael Sunczyk ... Building Manager

Manoj Sood ... Cabbie
Allan Gray ... Maitre D'
Patricia Dahlquist ... Chief of Medicine
Brock Johnson ... Homeless Man
Greg Kean ... Doctor
Nico McEown ... Charlie

Alex Green ... Father Andrew (uncredited)

Ian Thompson ... Bus Driver (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 4: Still Life

10 July 2005
John and Bruce find a painting of a young woman by a living legend at John's doorstep. As he touches the painting John visualizes her face covered with her blood.

Anthony Michael Hall ... Johnny Smith

Nicole de Boer ... Sarah Bracknell Bannerman (credit only)

Chris Bruno ... Sheriff Walt Bannerman

John L. Adams ... Bruce Lewis

Patrick Bauchau ... Andrew Lyne

Genevieve Padalecki ... Chloe Greeg / Laura Tierney (as Jennifer Cortese)
Leanna Nash ... Nora Collins
Avery Raskin ... Tom Graydon

Bill Mondy ... Deputy Roscoe

Christopher Redman ... Dylan Quinn
Sadie Silcock ... Julia Lyne (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 5: Heroes & Demons

17 July 2005
An autistic boy knocks on John's door. He expresses himself mainly with adventurous drawings that he makes inspired by Tolkien. His father has got a death penalty.

Season 4, Episode 6: The Last Goodbye

24 July 2005
A young man takes up his long dead father's legendary rock carrier, but when John touches the father's Fender guitar, he visualizes him selling it 15 years after his 'death'.

Anthony Michael Hall ... Johnny Smith

Nicole de Boer ... Sarah Bracknell Bannerman

Chris Bruno ... Sheriff Walt Bannerman

John L. Adams ... Bruce Lewis (credit only)

Ben Foster ... Darren Foldes

Derek Hamilton ... Roy Foldes

Andrew Airlie ... Nathan Burke

Patrick Gilmore ... Doug Driscoll
Gerry South ... Stephen Vikings

Aleks Paunovic ... Matthew Meter

Gina Holden ... Aubrey Henderson / Chrystal
Michael Roselli ... Drunk Guy (as Mike Roselli)

Aaron Pearl ... Cole (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 7: Grains of Sand

31 July 2005
John tries to save a young mother and her infant from a car in a wild river. He saves the boy but visualizes that he must keep him away from the authorities and find his father.

Anthony Michael Hall ... Johnny Smith

Nicole de Boer ... Sarah Bracknell Bannerman

Chris Bruno ... Sheriff Walt Bannerman

John L. Adams ... Bruce Lewis

Lourdes Benedicto ... Eva Cortez

Wilmer Calderon ... Miguel
Alonso Oyarzun ... Enrique

Bill Mondy ... Deputy Roscoe

Helenna Santos ... Carmen - Mother
Santo Lombardo ... Jose
Sina Najafi ... Mike - Age 11

Victor Ayala ... Mike - Age 15

Nicole Muñoz ... Young Eva Cortes

John Innes ... Father O'Connor
Michael-Ann Connor ... Carla Cummings
Chris Shields ... Deputy

Maria Dimou ... Eva's Mother (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 8: Vanguard

7 August 2005
At a school class reunion John touches his old pupil Alex Conners and visualizes him die in a 'Doomsday' fire.

Anthony Michael Hall ... Johnny Smith

Nicole de Boer ... Sarah Bracknell Bannerman

Chris Bruno ... Sheriff Walt Bannerman (credit only)

John L. Adams ... Bruce Lewis

Sean Patrick Flanery ... Greg Stillson

Danny Masterson ... Dr. Alex Conners

David Ogden Stiers ... Reverend Eugene 'Gene' Purdy

Martin Donovan ... Malcolm Janus

Laura Harris ... Miranda Ellis

Don S. Davis ... Senator Harlan Ellis

Teryl Rothery ... Judith Peck

Neil Grayston ... Trey Walters
Spencer Achtymichuk ... Johnny 'JJ' Bannerman (as Spence Achtymichuk)

Paul Anthony ... Rick Wicklin
Julian Christopher ... Air Force General (as Julian D. Christopher)
Lindsay Bourne ... Mr. Conners, Alex's Father
Darren Boquist ... Student #1 (uncredited)

Sean Carey ... Purdy's Assistant (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 9: Babble On

14 August 2005
John gets visions about his father and why he was hospitalized.

Anthony Michael Hall ... Johnny Smith

Nicole de Boer ... Sarah Bracknell Bannerman (credit only)

Chris Bruno ... Sheriff Walt Bannerman

John L. Adams ... Bruce Lewis

David Ogden Stiers ... Reverend Eugene 'Gene' Purdy

Michael Cudlitz ... Herb Smith
Frank Ferrucci ... Hector the Foremanm
Kai-Read Friedman ... Young Johnny (as Kai Read-Friedmann)
Anita Adams ... Younger Vera
Suzie Payne ... Mildred / Receptionist
Alexus Dumont ... Ally / Little Girl
Don MacKay ... Dr. Jenson - Age 70

Michael Daingerfield ... Dr. Jenson - Age 40

Bruce Harwood ... Rogers - Administrator
Doris Chillcott ... Nurse Davis - Age 75
Wendy Noel ... Nurse Davis - Age 45
Kate Twa ... Allison Potter
Jan Bos ... Crew Chief
Sarah J. Kamal ... Ally's Mom (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 10: Coming Home

21 August 2005
Sarah's father has moved into a retirement home nearby where many residents fear to have their souls stolen by the shadow man and it's somehow supported by John's visions.

Anthony Michael Hall ... Johnny Smith

Nicole de Boer ... Sarah Bracknell Bannerman

Chris Bruno ... Sheriff Walt Bannerman

John L. Adams ... Bruce Lewis

Edward Asner ... Marty Bracknell

Gabrielle Rose ... Mrs. Stampwell

Betty Linde ... Ms. Anderson

Teach Grant ... Spyder
Spencer Achtymichuk ... Johnny 'JJ' Bannerman
Wes Taylor ... Mr. Colbert
Eleana Johnson ... Mrs. Pforzheimer
Robert Harper ... Mr.Johnson
Michael Gordin Shore ... Dr. Martin (as Michael Shore)
David Bloom ... Mr. Warren
Gordon Tipple ... Body Farm Manager

Carmen Lavigne ... Stacey (uncredited)
Launey Walter ... Eliott (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 11: Saved

28 August 2005
Greg Stillson's girlfriend is missing and he begs John to help him find her.

Anthony Michael Hall ... Johnny Smith

Chris Bruno ... Sheriff Walt Bannerman

John L. Adams ... Bruce Lewis

Sean Patrick Flanery ... Greg Stillson

David Ogden Stiers ... Reverend Eugene 'Gene' Purdy

Martin Donovan ... Malcolm Janus

Laura Harris ... Miranda Ellis

Don S. Davis ... Senator Harlan Ellis

Michael Kopsa ... Jake Truax
Conan Graham ... Captain Nelson, Coast Guard Officer
Dagmar Midcap ... Reporter #1

Jennifer Kitchen ... Reporter #2

John Emmet Tracy ... Reporter #3
Fabrice Grover ... Hotel Gerrard Clerk
Mike Cleven ... Big Man (uncredited)
Clancy Dennehy ... Cameraman (uncredited)

Grant Roberts ... Big Man (uncredited)

Christian J. Stewart ... Stranded Traveller (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 12: A Very Dead Zone Christmas

4 December 2005
Alex Sinclair returns to visit Johnny for Christmas, and a shared vision leads them to an amnesiac old man dressed as Santa being mugged. The muggers are three young boys who Johnny and Alex try to help find their long-lost father. Meanwhile they try to find out who the old amnesiac man they bring home to Johnny's house really is.

Anthony Michael Hall ... Johnny Smith

Nicole de Boer ... Sarah Bracknell Bannerman

Chris Bruno ... Sheriff Walt Bannerman

John L. Adams ... Bruce Lewis

David Ogden Stiers ... Reverend Eugene 'Gene' Purdy

Jennifer Finnigan ... Alex Sinclair
Tim Henry ... Santa / Nigel Hughes

Bill Mondy ... Deputy Roscoe
Sam Laird ... Matthew O'Leary
Spencer Achtymichuk ... Johnny 'JJ' Bannerman
Stephen Spender ... Young Santa / Nigel Hughes
James Willson ... Mitchell O'Leary

Zak Ludwig ... Mikey O'Leary

Jillian Fargey ... Soccer Mom #2
Eric Hempsall ... Slacker Clerk
Andrew Laurenson ... Old Clerk
Dean McKenzie ... Tyrone (as Dean Monroe Mckenzie)

Sean Rogerson ... Smalltime Drug Dealer

Jacqueline Ann Steuart ... Starlet Actress
Martha Christianson ... Boys' Mother

Blake Stadel ... Dad O'Leary (uncredited)

Rimple Sumer ... Soccer Mom (uncredited)

Season 5


Season 5, Episode 1: Forbidden Fruit

18 June 2006
Miranda is going ahead with her marriage to Stilson, for all the wrong reasons, and Johnny begs her to keep the faith that he will find a way out for her. It's discovered that Stilson's wedding will be televised on Faith Heritage with Reverend Purdy performing the ceremony. When Johnny has a vision about Miranda being killed afterwords, he and Bruce must race against the clock to try to stop it from happening. Meanwhile, someone has leaked information on the nation's most vulnerable terrorist targets. Johnny and Bruce discover it was Stillson's right hand man/thug Janus whom is aware about Johnny's psychic powers and knows how to be elusive. Johnny and Bruce endeavor to put a stop to Janus' plan... despite not knowing what the plan really is, and are equally unaware about Janus own psychic powers.

Anthony Michael Hall ... Johnny Smith

John L. Adams ... Bruce Lewis

Sean Patrick Flanery ... Greg Stillson

David Ogden Stiers ... Reverend Eugene 'Gene' Purdy

Martin Donovan ... Malcolm Janus

Laura Harris ... Miranda Ellis

Don S. Davis ... Senator Harlan Ellis

Joris Jarsky ... Jeremy Tomlin
Terence Kelly ... Congressman Kelly

Michael Kopsa ... Jake Truax

Pascale Hutton ... Karen Tomlin
Vince Fera ... Michael Scannell
Clay St. Thomas ... Stern newscaster

Dawn Chubai ... TV Reporter

Luis Javier ... Snake man
Angela Vanderwal ... Kathleen
Stephen Park ... Reporter #1
Dale Hall ... Reporter #2

Carrie Genzel ... Saleswoman
Patricia Drake ... Wedding Planner

Sarah Edmondson ... Young Woman
Mike Cleven ... Big Man (uncredited)
Matt Fentiman ... Clerk (uncredited)
Candice Macalino ... Young Florist (uncredited)

Ian Thompson ... Motorcycle Cop (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 2: Independence Day

25 June 2006
It's July 4, and Bruce and Johnny are headed to Boston for the harbor fireworks. On the way out of town, Johnny foresees Bruce's death in a car accident. Later, the pair are stuck with a few hundred newfound friends on a locked-down stretch of Interstate 95. Johnny's visions begin to foresee a multiple fatality pileup occurring, and tries to stop people from leaving. But elsewhere, a dangerous escaped felon is loose somewhere near the highway.

Anthony Michael Hall ... Johnny Smith

John L. Adams ... Bruce Lewis

Dylan Bruno ... Felps / Massey

Lena Bookall ... Diner Waitress

Nolan Gerard Funk ... Jake Phillips (as Nolan Funk)
Chelan McKenzie ... Denise

Ben Cotton ... Hank

Christian Bocher ... Grim
Ken Jones ... Biker #1

Matthew Currie Holmes ... Brian Griffith

Georgia Craig ... Nikki Griffith
Ryf Van Rij ... Ice Cream Truck Driver

Season 5, Episode 3: Panic

2 July 2006
When a young man comes to the Smith house in danger, Johnny uses images of his family's WWII past to save the group.

Season 5, Episode 4: Articles of Faith

9 July 2006
A young Muslim boy is murdered, and the white supremacist son of a new Faith Heritage minister takes credit. While Dana uncovers the minister's own hateful past, Johnny uncovers the details of the murder.

Season 5, Episode 5: The Inside Man

16 July 2006
Johnny ends up taking the place of the inside man in a museum robbery to stop the crime and prevent several deaths. He soon finds he may have to help them escape to prevent innocent people from being killed. Purdy finances the Faith Heritage Organization which is having a showing of religious artifacts. The robbers attempt to steal the finger bone reputed to be John the Baptist. Johnny tries to stop the bad robbers, and help a good robber, who is the real owner of the bone.

Season 5, Episode 6: Lotto Fever

23 July 2006
A man who Johnny inadvertently helped win the lottery kidnaps him because winning the lottery ruined his life. It turns out he squandered and gambled away all the lottery money, totaling over $1 million. This resulted in the loss of his house and his wife leaving him over his constant and unwise lavish spending. The insane man, Boyd, is a natural-born, hapless loser who forces Johnny to help him out on a robbery, before showing that his gun is empty. But then Boyd, being the immature, bad luck-prone loser he is, loses all the money gained in the robbery in a poker game despite Johnny's attempts to help him. Meanwhile, Walt goes searching for Johnny when he misses a lunch date with him and Sarah. He ends up trying to save Johnny and Boyd from a hit man hired by a loan shark who Boyd borrowed more money from and naturally squandered it.

Anthony Michael Hall ... Johnny Smith

Nicole de Boer ... Sarah Bracknell Bannerman

Chris Bruno ... Sheriff Walt Bannerman

Benjamin Ratner ... Boyd Lumely

Bill Mondy ... Deputy Roscco
Jocelyne Loewen ... Marsha Lumely
Joëlle Antonissen ... Emily Lumely
Lee Taylor ... Lloyd Lumely

Daryl Shuttleworth ... Bob Westerfield

Anthony Ulc ... Teddy
Zaib Shaikh ... Hit Man
Johann Helf ... Dealer

Matthew Robert Kelly ... Cowboy (as Matthew Kelly)
Gerard Bonchack ... Post Office Manager
Nicholas Harrison ... Lenny (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 7: Symmetry

30 July 2006
What happens when a psychic is attacked and his whole life flashes before his eyes? Would that also include the life of his attacker? And the life of the attacker's innocent victim?

Season 5, Episode 8: Vortex

6 August 2006
To save a child, Johnny infiltrates a local compound belonging to a cult. He soon finds out that the place is loaded with explosives and must stop a confrontation between the cult leader and the FBI, before the entire place goes up in flames. However, Stillson makes another appearance and does not pass up the opportunity to exploit the situation. He plays the fear-card for his own gain for further admiration and power for himself.

Season 5, Episode 9: Revelations

13 August 2006
A woman claiming to be Purdy's lost-long daughter arrives in Cleaves Mills. Johnny has a vision of the woman causing harm to Purdy, who ignores Johnny's warning that the mysterious woman, Jessica. While investigating the woman, Johnny and Bruce learns of Purdy's secret past involving being a carnival preacher and of his involvement with a con artist seeking to swindle Jessica's mother out of all her money.

Anthony Michael Hall ... Johnny Smith

Chris Bruno ... Sheriff Walt Bannerman

John L. Adams ... Bruce Lewis

David Ogden Stiers ... Reverend Eugene 'Gene' Purdy

Sarah-Jane Redmond ... Jessica Simon
Beau Starr ... Edward Nolan

Eric Johnson ... Young Gene Purdy / Raymond Franklin

Carmen Lavigne ... Karen Kitchner
Sheelah Megill ... Mabel the Receptionist

Craig Erickson ... Farmer Wallace
French Tickner ... Restaurant Owner
Doron Bell ... Officer Jacob (as Doron Bell Jr.)

Joseph May ... Young Nolan

Rebecca Reichert ... Clara Simon (as Rebecca Robbins)

Season 5, Episode 10: Into the Heart of Darkness

20 August 2006
When Sarah and J.J. go missing, Johnny helps Walt search for them through his visions. It turns out that Linda Finney, the Collector's captive-turned-protégé (from Season 4) is back and seeking revenge against Johnny and Walt. She sees them guilty as for killing her true companion. But with a hard-nosed and skeptic FBI agent hindering Johnny and Walt's investigation, Johnny himself is captured by the deranged woman. She subjects Johnny to mind games, hoping to play on Walt's panic and determination to let him kill her, while Sarah learns during her time in captivity that she happens to be pregnant.

Season 5, Episode 11: The Hunting Party

27 August 2006
Johnny stumbles upon a conspiracy to assassinate the Vice President. The plan, headed by Janus and his mysterious Illuminati, is to take over the government so that Stillson can assume the vice president's place. A vision of a murder leads Johnny to a paranoid and controversial radio show host, named Marshall Frost. His girlfriend, Kendra Crowe, is also a part of Janus conspiracy to frame Marshall for the murder. But it soon becomes clear that Janus not only has similar powers to Johnny, but Janus has his own plans to take over the world for Stillson's New World Order for the upcoming Apocalypse.

Anthony Michael Hall ... Johnny Smith

Chris Bruno ... Sheriff Walt Bannerman

John L. Adams ... Bruce Lewis

Sean Patrick Flanery ... Greg Stillson

Martin Donovan ... Malcolm Janus

Jason Schombing ... Marshall Frost

Bill Mondy ... Deputy Roscoe

Miranda Frigon ... Kendra Crowe

Richard Zeman ... Wolf

Andrew Moxham ... Engineer Phil
Keith Martin Gordey ... Danbury
Patrick Keating ... Dr. Wertz / Coroner

Johannah Newmarch ... Secretary

Chris Kalhoon ... News Anchor-Tom

Dawn Chubai ... News Anchor-Connie
Chad Hershler ... Cameraman
Chris Shields ... Deputy
James Long ... Actor (uncredited)

Marcia Moulton ... Paramedic (uncredited)

Season 6


Season 6, Episode 1: Heritage

17 June 2007
Johnny views visions of his friends in danger at a festival. He believes he has averted the disaster, but a fire later claims two people - changing Johnny's life and the world's fate.

Anthony Michael Hall ... Johnny Smith

Nicole de Boer ... Sarah Bracknell Bannerman

Chris Bruno ... Sheriff Walt Bannerman

John L. Adams ... Bruce Lewis

Connor Price ... Johnny 'JJ' Bannerman

Sean Patrick Flanery ... Vice President Greg Stillson

David Ogden Stiers ... Reverend Eugene 'Gene' Purdy

Martin Donovan ... Malcolm Janus
Nancy Helms ... Old Woman
Bobby Brown ... Security Guard

Patrick Kerton ... Leather Jacket Guy

Nancy-Ann Michaud ... Booth Woman
Héléna Laliberté ... Woman that gets pushed

Naomi Frenette ... Child that gets pushed

Jason Cavalier ... Deputy at police station
Kevin Woodhouse ... TV Assistant Director
Jonathan Bosco ... Teenage Fireworks Kid
Jean Ricardo Vixama ... Hot Dog Vendor

Bobby Brown ... Security Guard (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 2: Ego

24 June 2007
Johnny butts heads with Anna Turner, the pompous new sheriff of Penobscot County and Walt's replacement, skeptic to Johnny's psychic powers. After having a vision about Sheriff turner shooting an armed woman, Johnny begins investigating the woman. she turns out to be a psychiatrist with several patients who would like to see her dead. Meanwhile, Johnny tries to comfort Sarah in the wake of Walt's death. He asks her and J.J. to move in with him, while he also learns that Sheriff Turner is investigating Walt for some past events.

Season 6, Episode 3: Re-Entry

1 July 2007
Johnny gets a vision of disaster on a private space mission and is forced to work with Stillson to save the crew. Stillson claims to be a changed man in the wake of Janus' death. Johnny is still wary about trusting him because of his sordid past, as well as his own plans for the future. Yet Johnny tries to help reestablish communication with the damaged orbiting space shuttle. He learns that the shuttle is carrying a radioactive cargo as part of the mission. Meanwhile, the very pregnant Sarah tries to comfort Megan, the wife of one of the astronauts and in so doing, goes into labor.

Anthony Michael Hall ... Johnny Smith

Nicole de Boer ... Sarah Bracknell Bannerman (as Nicole DeBoer)

Connor Price ... Johnny 'JJ' Bannerman

Sean Patrick Flanery ... Vice President Greg Stillson

Alex Carter ... Captain Steve Wilcox

Amy Price-Francis ... Megan Wilcox (as Amy Price Francis)
Jenna Wheeler-Hughes ... Emily Wilcox

Mark Camacho ... Bernard Linden
Andrew Peplowski ... Newscaster
Julian Tassielli ... Shuttle Crew / William
Graham Cuthbertson ... Shuttle Crew / Stan
Caroline Van Vlaardingen ... Reporter #1

Radek Hajda ... Male Nurse With Baby
Giovanna Carrubba ... Nurse With Baby J.J.
Christopher Dyson ... Special Agent Sawyer (as Chris Dyson)
Laurie-Eve Allard ... New Born Baby J.J.
Rachelle Glait ... Doctor With Baby J.J.
Emma Stevens ... Doctor With Baby Hope
Ryan Tilson ... Kid in Audience

Dominique Desrochers ... T.V. Reporter (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 4: Big Top

8 July 2007
While Sarah struggles to raise hers and the late Walt's newborn daughter, whom she names 'Hope', Johnny visits an "Alice in Wonderland"-themed circus. There he discovers that J.J. has been hanging around it after school in order to be close to a 14-year-old acrobat named Monique. Johnny then has another vision and becomes part of a ten-year-old murder case involving the carnival owner, who used to be a friend from his high school days. Also, Johnny later begins to think that J.J. may have inherited a part of his psychic powers.

Anthony Michael Hall ... Johnny Smith

Nicole de Boer ... Sarah Bracknell Bannerman

Connor Price ... Johnny 'JJ' Bannerman

Cara Buono ... Sheriff Anna Turner
Patrick Labbé ... Lorenzo

Devery Jacobs ... Monique

Kwasi Songui ... Duncan Miller
Nathalie Girard ... Alice Sheargold

France Viens ... Circus Cheshire Cat
Pierre Lenoir ... Mad Hatter
Matthew Kabwe ... Coach Morrison
Marc Nadeau ... Young Duncan

Alain Chanoine ... Police Deputy #1

Jean-Francois Lachapelle ... Police Deputy #2
Peter Seaborn ... Police Deputy #3
Steve Barry ... Young Herb Smith

Robert Naylor ... Young Johnny

Season 6, Episode 5: Interred

15 July 2007
While out driving golf balls at a local driving range, Johnny has a vision of a man who has been buried alive. Johnny, with the help of the hostile Anna Turner, rushes to locate the man before it's too late. Johnny also begins to suspect that Anna is hiding something about her past. This may involve her ill brother back when she was a rookie cop working in New York.

Anthony Michael Hall ... Johnny Smith

Nicole de Boer ... Sarah Bracknell Bannerman (credit only)

Cara Buono ... Sheriff Anna Turner

Carlo Mestroni ... Jesse Baron
Kent McQuaid ... Jack Deitz

Marcel Jeannin ... Mack MacKenzie
Nicole Braber ... Beth Baron
Bill Croft ... Grave Digger
Johnny Griffin ... Emmett

Patrick John Costello ... Ronnie (as Patrick Costello)
Ryan Rumsey ... Izzy
Anana Rydvald ... Woman Golfer Near Johnny
Pierre Boudreau ... Driving Range Attendant

Alex Woods ... Hooded Sweatshirt Guy

Season 6, Episode 6: Switch

22 July 2007
Johnny is taking a train trip though Maine and into Quebec, Canada when he has a vision of an unseen person throwing a woman from the train. Johnny goes to help the woman, Maggie, and becomes romantically involved with her, but soon suspects that she's not who she claims to be.

Anthony Michael Hall ... Johnny Smith

Nicole de Boer ... Sarah Bracknell Bannerman (credit only) (as Nicole DeBoer)

Sarah Allen ... Maggie Hollister

Michael Zelniker ... Philip
Frank Schorpion ... Malone
Matthew Boylan ... Craig Palladino
Pascale Coulombe ... Woman With Baby

Don Jordan ... Train Coachman
Donovan Reiter ... Train Waiter
Gordon McCall ... Maine Sergeant
Yanick Bousquet ... Quebec Coachman
Robert Jadah ... Customs Agent

Season 6, Episode 7: Numb

29 July 2007
While out for the evening with Sarah, Johnny falls ill and she's forced to drive him to a creepy small hospital in the middle of nowhere. But Sarah's forced to take unexpected actions when Johnny falls into a coma after routine surgery. Sarah suspects foul play originating from the shady doctor in charge and sets out to prove it.

Anthony Michael Hall ... Johnny Smith

Nicole de Boer ... Sarah Bracknell Bannerman (as Nicole DeBoer)

Cara Buono ... Sheriff Anna Turner

Tom Barnett ... Dr. Cole

Angela Galuppo ... Nurse Carrie

Tyrone Benskin ... Orderley Dewey Morris
Scott Faulconbridge ... Mr. Lyons
Leni Parker ... Ms. Marcy Lyons

Jude Beny ... Ms. Laura Flowers
Pierre Leblanc ... Jerry Clark

Season 6, Episode 8: Outcome

5 August 2007
While at the bus station to greet Sara's friend, Johnny has a vision of a mysterious explosion that kills everyone inside, and urgently races to discover the source, and prevent a tragedy.

Anthony Michael Hall ... Johnny Smith

Nicole de Boer ... Sarah Bracknell Bannerman (credit only)

Maxim Roy ... Elaine Dowd

Paul Hopkins ... Andrew

Alain Goulem ... Dave (as Al Goulem)
Jane Wheeler ... Marcia

Marianne Farley ... Daisy Hansen

Ethan Gould ... Tyler

Brett Watson ... Peter Hansen
Malcolm Travis ... Lewis

Sabine Karsenti ... Nancy

Martin Thibaudeau ... Officer Grabek
Paul Stewart ... Dr. Eldridge

Paula MacPherson ... Employee

Connor Price ... Johnny 'JJ' Bannerman (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 9: Transgressions

12 August 2007
While helping Sarah prepare for baby Hope's baptism, Johnny becomes involved in a murder case. The case involves a young woman and the demonic possession of a young priest, where everything isn't as it seems. Meanwhile, Sheriff Turner is still investigating Walt's past. She discovers a hidden bank account and the purchase of a lake house during which she inadvertently lets it slip to Sarah about Johnny's vision about Walt's last day.

Anthony Michael Hall ... Johnny Smith

Nicole de Boer ... Sarah Bracknell Bannerman (as Nicole De Boer)

Connor Price ... Johnny 'JJ' Bannerman

Cara Buono ... Sheriff Anna Turner
Colin Fox ... Father Brendan

Trevor Hayes ... Brian Judd

Nick Baillie ... Father Tony

Sam Stone ... Leo Vitali
Jason Conyers ... Cop at station
Quinn O'Neill ... Kelly Judd (as Wendi Jewers)
Barbara Alexander ... Woman at Party
Dale Hayes ... Church Clerk (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 10: Drift

19 August 2007
Johnny travels to visit Bruce, now working as a stable hand at a local horse stud farm. There Johnny has a vision about Bruce's girlfriend Maria's racehorse being stolen. He discovers that the abductors are not after the racehorse, Drift, but Maria herself, to keep her from winning a championship race. Meanwhile, Stilson pays a visit to Sarah and J.J. to charm his way into their lives. He takes advantage of Johnny's troubles to play upon their needs.

Anthony Michael Hall ... Johnny Smith

Nicole de Boer ... Sarah Bracknell Bannerman

John L. Adams ... Bruce Lewis

Connor Price ... Johnny 'JJ' Bannerman

Sean Patrick Flanery ... Vice President Greg Stillson

Conrad Dunn ... Frankie Toro

Lita Tresierra ... Maria Toro

James A. Woods ... Tommy Rasmussen (as James Woods)

Francis X. McCarthy ... Bill Stark (as Francis Xavier McCarthy)

John Maclaren ... Craig Rasmussen (as John MacLaren)

Tony Calabretta ... Loud Coat

James Rae ... Jeremy Bloom

Leonardo Fuica ... Manny Rivera
Nicholas Haze ... Reporter
Cory Fantie ... Paramedic

Season 6, Episode 11: Exile

26 August 2007
While on the road, lonely and lost, Johnny stops in a small Indiana town. There he goes to the aid of his psychic former girlfriend, Alex Sinclair. But soon he finds that he's the one who needs help when he's accused of murder. Meanwhile, Sarah moves out of Johnny's house and goes to Washington DC to visit Vice President Stillson at a police veterans fund-raiser. There he reveals more information that sheds light on the events leading up to Walt's death, and what he may have been hiding from everyone.

Anthony Michael Hall ... Johnny Smith

Nicole de Boer ... Sarah Bracknell Bannerman (as Nicole DeBoer)

Chris Bruno ... Walt Bannerman

Sean Patrick Flanery ... Vice President Greg Stillson

Jennifer Finnigan ... Alex Sinclair

John Topor ... George Fitzsimmons
Alan Fawcett ... George Fitzsimmons
Lois Dellar ... Wanda Purcell
Marc Marans ... Kenny Hutchins

Matthew Stefiuk ... Gas Attendant
Paul Burke ... Deputy Ahrens

Season 6, Episode 12: Ambush

9 September 2007
Johnny returns to Cleave Mills to further investigate Walt's death after having visions of him. He determines that there is a link between him and his successor, Anna Turner. Johnny has a vision about him, Anna, and a drunken construction worker whom she is investigating, being killed by a masked assassin. He must help her find out who is responsible and exactly what Walt was investigating. Meanwhile, Sarah prepares to move out of Johnny's house with J.J. for Walt's lakeside house in which J.J. seems to share a vision with Johnny.

Season 6, Episode 13: Denouement

16 September 2007
Johnny, still trying to figure out who, or what, is behind the recent attempt on his life. He has a vision of Walt talking to an old woman who was the nurse looking after Johnny's father when he was institutionalized. When the old woman is killed, Johnny tracks down Reverend Purdy to help him find the answers. These answers lead back to his father, Herb Smith, revealed to be alive and, stricken with Alzheimer's Disease. He's living in a replica of his house beneath a local garden under the guard of the Corporation for a Better America secret society. Stilson is now a part of this society since taking over the Janus' place. Meanwhile, Stilson continues to charm his way with Sarah by offering her a chance to move with him to Washington. While reluctant at first, Sarah begins to see the true side of Stilson. He becomes brutish and arrogant with her, and after J.J. hits his head on the floor, has a vision of the nuclear Armagedden.

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