Jericho: Season 1: Episode 22 -- On the first season finale, Johnston leads a heavily outnumbered army into battle against New Bern, where one of Jericho's own will be lost during this fight for survival.
Jericho: Season 1: Episode 14 -- Jake, Stanley and Mimi find themselves fighting for their lives when they run into several dangerous strangers on a hunting trip.
Jericho: Season 1: Episode 9 -- When Jericho receives a surprise visit from several seedy out-of-towners, the residents realize they need a plan to keep intruders out.
Jericho: Season 1: Episode 3 -- Jake organizes a group to gather more information about the explosions after a satellite television in the local bar broadcasts an Asian news program showing the extent of the nuclear attacks.
Jericho: Season 1: Episode 5 -- The people of Jericho receive a pre-recorded phone call from Homeland Security telling them that help is on the way.
Jericho: Season 1: Episode 21 -- All hell breaks loose after Russell and some armed men from New Bern arrive in Jericho to take salt from the mine.
Jericho: Season 1: Episode 13 -- As winter nears, Jake and Johnston are joined by Dale and Heather on a trip to a trading post several hours outside of town in search of equipment to fix the local windmill.
Jericho: Season 2: Episode 6 -- Following the Rangers' decision to take justice into their own hands, Major Beck goes to extreme measures to prove he's in complete control of the town, while Hawkins receives a call from Chavez telling him that it's time to transport the bomb.
Jericho: Season 1: Episode 20 -- Tensions mount when several residents from New Bern try to steal salt from Jericho s mine and shots are fired.
Jericho: Season 2: Episode 5 -- Jake and the Rangers square off in a battle for survival against Goetz and Ravenwood, while one of the Rangers takes a course of action that will alter his life forever.
Jericho: Season 1: Episode 19 -- When Jake and Hawkins travel to New Bern to find Eric, they uncover a secret plot that puts the citizens of Jericho in danger.
Jericho: Season 2: Episode 7 -- Jake and Hawkins have one final opportunity to prove to the independent Texas government that they hold the evidence to one of the biggest conspiracies in history ... but first they'll have to get past the Cheyenne government.
After emerging from his death-like slumber, Beyond the Grave must defend Mika and Dr. Tokioka from a bloodthirsty hoard of shape-shifting creatures.
Half a decade after joining Millennion, Brandon has become one of the gang’s top sweepers and Harry is more powerful than ever. Their success was hard-earned, and they’ve got the enemies to prove it.
Harry’s true nature is finally revealed when he asks Brandon to do the unthinkable. The sweeper draws on his old friend, but his inability to pull the trigger may lead to his downfall.
After escorting Mika on a walk down memory lane, Grave prepares for a showdown with Bunji, who has a few deadly tricks up his sleeve.
Harry lays his wife to rest before being attacked by those who would see him dead. He’s knocked unconscious during his escape attempt, and when he comes to, Grave has him cornered.
Harry and his men return from their mission only to find Joris dead. Later, Mad Dog responds to his brother’s pathetic cowardice by going on a killing spree.
A somber visit to the graveyard turns ugly when Brandon and Harry make a dangerous enemy. Lucky for them, a powerful mourner is there to bail them out
Brandon and Harry are officially inducted as members of the family, but the party screeches to a halt when a murderous traitor is discovered amongst the guests.
Before making his play for control of Millennion, Harry covers his bloody tracks by painting Brandon as an embezzler. Back at the lab, Dr. Tokioka breathes new life into a slain gunslinger.
Lee uses Mika as bait to lure Grave within striking distance, and Dr. Tokioka races to the scene of the fight with powerful new ammunition he prepared for the occasion.
The Millennion board members make an ill-fated attempt on Harry’s life, but someone he cares about is mortally wounded in the process. Meanwhile, Grave shows signs of long-overdue decay.
Brandon’s visit with Maria raises concern among his new friends. Elsewhere, a rival gang makes plans to crash a Millennion party and take a shot at Big Daddy.
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