Early Edition 1996 | TV Show Watchlist

Premise

A stockbroker is delivered the news a day in advance, giving him the chance to use this mysterious gift to help his friends and avert catastrophes. It's an intriguing premise that was used effectively on the big screen in 1944's `It Happened Tomorrow.'

Cast

Former Cast

Fisher Stevens
Chuck Fishman
53 Episodes (1999-2000)
Kristy Swanson
Erica Paget
20 Episodes (1999-2000)
Miles Jeffrey
Henry Paget
8 Episodes (1999-2000)

Guest Stars

Constance Marie
Det. Antonia Brigatti, Toni Brigatti
4 Episodes (1999-2000)
Michael Whaley
Det. Armstrong, Det. Paul Armstrong
4 Episodes (1999-2000)
Tess Harper
Lois Hobson
2 Episodes (2000-2000)
Brian Reddy
Frank Scanlon
2 Episodes (1999-1999)
Julia Sobaski
Cindy, Florence
2 Episodes (1999-2000)
Andrew Ducote
11-Year-Old Gary
1 Episode (2000)
Charles Durning
Judge Romick
1 Episode (2000)
Daniel Roebuck
Michael Fielding
1 Episode (2000)
Dawnn Lewis
Gayle Cummings
Elya Baskin
Vadim Mintov
1 Episode (2000)
Ernest Borgnine
Antonio Birelli
1 Episode (1999)
John Kelly
Officer Buckley
1 Episode (2000)
Laura Leighton
1 Episode (2000)
Matt Malloy
Mel Schwartz
1 Episode (2000)
Molly Hagan
Carolyn Burns
1 Episode (1999)
Red Buttons
Walter Stites
William Devane
Bernie Hobson
Tim Omundson
Anton
1 Episode (2000)
Martina McBride
Herself
1 Episode (1999)
Andi Chapman
Dr. Judy Sundlun
1 Episode (2000)
Amy Landecker
Susan Schwartz
1 Episode (2000)
Andre Bordeaux
Gas Station Attendant
1 Episode (2000)
Brooks Almy
Robin Fielding
1 Episode (2000)
David Engel
Mattress Man
1 Episode (2000)
Davis Jaye
Stage Manager
1 Episode (1999)
Gary Houston
Gregor Antonivich
1 Episode (2000)
Kevin Fry
Bugs Moran
1 Episode (2000)
Kimberly Davies
Jade/Amber Lamonte
1 Episode (2000)
New Jack
Biker No. 2
1 Episode (2000)
Paula Elser
Mrs. Kurasek
1 Episode (2000)
Robert Jayne
Raymond Pritchett
1 Episode (2000)

Credits

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