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An ensemble comedy about an alien abductee support group revolves around a journalist's investigation of the members' supposed extraterrestrial experiences. As seasoned writer Ozzie Graham delves further into oddball claims made by members of StarCrossed, his initial skepticism begins to turn when he hears their stories firsthand and realizes he might have a story to tell, too. Though Ozzie struggles with the notion that life could exist beyond our world, StarCrossed leader Gina Morrison tries to get him to accept his possible otherworldly experience.

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aired 50 days ago
Unexplainable visions and hallucinations have Ozzie thinking he's losing his mind; Chelsea and Father Doug connect through Bible study; Kelly continues to struggle with relationships.
aired 50 days ago
Ozzie's former boss, Jonathan Walsh, makes a surprising visit to Beacon; the origin of StarCrossed is revealed as Gina takes a trip down memory lane.
aired 50 days ago
Ozzie helps Richard face his broken marriage; Yvonne and Gerry investigate a mysterious cover up; Jonathan Walsh delivers some upsetting news to Jeff and Don.
aired 50 days ago
Trying to win over Ozzie, Gerry goes above and beyond what a good sponsor would do; Chelsea opens up to Father Doug about her marriage; tensions run high as Jeff, Don and Kurt prepare for the alien invasion.
aired 50 days ago
Things get weird for journalist Ozzie Graham after a suspicious car accident sends him searching for answers at StarCrossed, a support group dealing with alien experiences.
aired 120 days ago
Ozzie has a significant breakthrough; Jeff and Jonathan Walsh square off before the impending invasion; the members of StarCrossed struggle to find meaning after the group's break-up.
aired 120 days ago
Ozzie leaves Beacon hoping to return to a normal life; Chelsea goes on the road with Operation Mongoose; the members of StarCrossed contemplate an uncertain future.
aired 120 days ago
Ozzie makes a surprising confession during an interview; Father Doug has an experience; Jeff is determined to find Kurt's killer.
aired 120 days ago
Gerry says goodbye to StarCrossed as he readies for his own long-awaited experience; Jonathan Walsh shares game changing information with Ozzie; Don and Kelly go on a date.
aired 120 days ago
Ozzie and Father Doug have a night out; Gina holds a coming out event for the members of StarCrossed; Jeff makes a connection with a stranger in an online chat room.
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Gerry and Yvonne host a group game night; Agent Foster meets a person from her past; Walsh, Jeff, Don and Kurt enact their mutiny against Eric.
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Agent Foster goes to Gina with a personal problem; Richard sues his employer for wrongful termination with the help of the group; Eric blackmails Jeff, and Jonathan Walsh offers his support.
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The group attends an alien experiencer convention; Gina meets one of her therapy heroes; Gerry and Yvonne have their first fight; Richard tries to prove to Agent Foster that aliens exist; both Chelsea and Agent Foster receive unexpected news.
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The group asks Agent Foster for help with an investigation; Chelsea and her husband go to marriage counseling; Jeff blames Don for bringing an intruder onto the ship.
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The group copes with a tragedy; Agent Foster reports back to the FBI; Jonathan Walsh and Don have reservations about the alien mission.

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