When the family comes across Virago, a man who looks like an animal, he demands that June remain with him or he will kill all of them. June stays. She learns that Virago is cursed and tries to reason...
A family of five on vacation in Egypt are lead into a pyramid during a planet alignment that causes them to be transported to a world with different governing zones. They must escape to a zone that ...
A year after Liberation Day, courtesy of the red-dust bacteria, the humanoid, lizard-like aliens develop a resistance to the micro-organism and try to regain control of the Earth--only now some humans are knowingly working with them.
The Sterling family goes on vacation to Egypt and visits one of the pyramids. However, they get lost while wandering around in the labyrithine interior of the pyramid. When they finally make it out of the pyramid, they discover that they're no longer on Earth. Instead, they've somehow been transported to another planet. And the natives (run by an autocratic dictator) aren't very friendly...Written by
During the opening titles, can be seen briefly some images of Imar, Thel's capital. In true, the images are negatived pictures of New York City (the Twin Towers can be appreciated in the distance as well as Brooklyn's Bridge). See more »
[Opening title narration.]
Other worlds lie outside our seeing. Beyond the beyond. At the edge... of within. The Great Pyramid: erected by the ancient ones as a barricade. At the portal between two dimensions, two separate realities. This is the story of one family, drawn through a mysterious vortex into the other world -- and of their perilous trek homeward.
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I loved this show. I was in high school at the time, and I can't believe I actually remember that Tony O'Dell was the actor who played the boy. Everytime I see the actor that played Kroll, I remember him with the scar and how evil he was.
I remember the Rock and Roll episode, and my dad complained that they went from playing the Beatles to modern rock way to quickly and they should have had the music evolve more slowly and naturally.
I remember the dad selling something like Tupperware called like, Burpoware or something like that. It was the episode that auctioned off the son, and the women were the 1950's type men.
There was an episode where everyone wore white, but I don't remember much about it (they were maybe in a spa of some sort?)
I was so sad when it never returned to the air.
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