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In the tradition of the 1960s cult show of the same name, this anthology series features different actors, many well-known from their previous work, in each episode. The episodes often explore eerie and often supernatural themes with a science-fiction element.

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To survive in a hostile environment, a scientist combines his DNA with that from creatures from Venus.
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A man being treated for extreme fear resulting from a traumatic incident ends up with startling powers.
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A dozen survivors of a fatal plague must decide who will get the only three vaccinations available.
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A rival kills a soldier whose mind has been transferred into an android.
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Hypnosis unravels the mystery of an ailment that killed a town's children.
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A reporter in the company of military officers comes into contact with a higher, and possibly alien, power.
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A biologist (Melissa Gilbert) discovers a race of aliens but loses control of her ship to a mutinous crew.
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After animal hunting is banned, sportsmen hunt androids which are no longer useful.
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Genetic engineering creates two strains of newborns, one eminent, one deformed and violent.
aired 10 days ago
Two humans (James Marsden, Emmanuelle Vaugier) wonder if their "mother" is a monstrosity or a savior.
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An experimental treatment makes an athlete unbeatable but costs him his life.
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Mysterious forces try to prevent a journalist from broadcasting his story about cloning.
aired 11 days ago
Aliens take a human community into space to see if they will make good slaves.
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When the crew members of a space station die, the captain is accused of murder.
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A woman (Catherine O'Hara) suffering an accidental gunshot wound to the head later discovers she can talk to pictures. Steven Weber stars and directs.
aired 12 days ago
A suicidal man is transported to another dimension to kill a homicidal alter ego.
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A music broadcast from distant planets turns young listeners on Earth into aliens. With Kirsten Dunst.
aired 12 days ago
Soldiers battle insectlike aliens trying to steal an energy source from Earth.
aired 13 days ago
A soldier inhabits a bunker with doomsday devices as aliens land on Earth.
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A reckless scientist's experiments initiate a close encounter.
aired 13 days ago
A resurrected scientist ignores his family to seek revenge on his killer. Starring Michael Ontkean and Stephen Lang.

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