First Wave (1998–2001)
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After having disturbing visions and finding a man dead of suicide whom was in one of his visions, Cade's life is suddenly turned upside; his house bugged, credit cards not working, job gone... See full summary »

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Brenton Spencer

Writers:

Chris Brancato (creator), Chris Brancato
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Sebastian Spence ... Cade Foster
Stacy Grant ... Hannah Foster
Dana Brooks ... Colonel Grace
Myron Natwick ... Emmett Mayhew
Andrew McIlroy Andrew McIlroy
Laurie Paton ... Mrs. Hitchens
Ed Evanko Ed Evanko
Eric Schneider Eric Schneider ... Alexander Dray
Gordon Van Iepren Gordon Van Iepren ... Sam Hitchens (as Gordon Van Ieperen)
Terry Arrowsmith Terry Arrowsmith ... Alien Gentleman #1
Richard Sargent Richard Sargent ... Alien Gentleman #2
Charles Andrew Payne ... Orderly (as Charles Payne)
Rick Burgess Rick Burgess ... Cop #1
George Josef George Josef ... Cop #2
Ken Kirzinger ... Cop #3
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After having disturbing visions and finding a man dead of suicide whom was in one of his visions, Cade's life is suddenly turned upside; his house bugged, credit cards not working, job gone, and his wife terrified to even go home, things go from bad to worse. Written by Annonymousdamus

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9 September 1998 (Canada) See more »

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Insightful series from director of the godfather
10 September 2019 | by chrisreid-85679See all my reviews

The best sci fi series in history sadly received little attention from viewers as the sci fi market was heavily saturated during the years this series was released. No other series explores the dangers of science without the constraint of ethic like this series does though the viewer has to have some level of intelligence to understand the subtle themes behind each episode .... Probably why it failed . The writers choose not to dumb down the content in order to get a larger audience and it was a good decision be because like the godfather the characters stay with you in a way that is unforgettable


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