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A modern revival of the classic science fiction horror anthology show The Outer Limits (1963). Episodes often have twist-endings and involve aliens. Sometimes, a story from one episode continues in a later episode.
In the future, the human race is living in space stations orbiting a dead Earth. Faced with a debilitating disease attacking her young son, Devon Adair and a band of non-conformists leave their artificial environment and travel to a distant planet, where they begin a new life for themselves.Written by
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Why? They keep Voyager going for seven years and cancel this?! Shows what a silver catsuit can do doesn't it?! This series was incredible. The best Sci Fi series I've seen by far. Great characters, interesting plot, and fabulous acting (Jessica Steen in particular). It's just such a shame it wasn't given a chance. What happened with Devon? Did they reach New Pacifica? Might be nice if someone decided to do a few novels. Just a hint! Thanks for creating a series that combined an intriguing story with realistic characters (Star Trek writers take note!)
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