The Dead Zone (2002–2007)
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Danny Avila is training hard for his first ever boxing title match, but John Smith urges him to drop out.

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Sarah Bracknell Bannerman (credit only)
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Sheriff Walt Bannerman (credit only)
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Future Guy / Christopher Wey
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Danny Avila
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Jimmy D. (as Glen Plummer)
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Reverend Eugene 'Gene' Purdy
Teddy Atlas ...
Himself
Max Kellerman ...
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Brian Kenny ...
Himself
Joe Tessitore ...
Joe Tessitore
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Helena Avila (as Alex Castillo)
Jay Kramer ...
Darryl Tibbs (as Jay Winston Kramer)
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Storyline

Johnny has a vision of a young and rising boxer, named Danny Avila, getting killed in a boxing ring fighting a middleweight champion. When Johnny goes public with the knowledge, he inadvertently makes matters worse when the greedy promoter, Jimmy D., plans to make it a full-stage event of the evening. Johnny and Bruce then try other measures to try to ensue Avila survives, but each vision is the same of the young boxer dying. Written by Anonymous

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[first lines]
[Johnny meets Bruce at the airport, holding up a cardboard sign "LEWIS"]
Johnny Smith: Uh, Mister Lewis! Bruce Lewis?
Bruce Lewis: [smiling] Johnny.
Johnny Smith: Hey, man. What's up?
Bruce Lewis: Glad to see you.
Johnny Smith: Me too. So, ah, your limo awaits, sir.
Bruce Lewis: More like a busted-ass Jeep. But I'll take it.
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