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The Addams Family

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Carolyn Jones
Morticia Addams
John Astin
Gomez Addams
Jackie Coogan
Uncle Fester Frump

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The Outer Limits

2 Seasons
Anthology series of composed of distinct story episodes, sometimes with a plot twist at the end, with occasional recurring story elements that were often tied together during season-finale clip shows.
1963 TVPG Drama, Horror, Other, Science Fiction

Night Stalker

1 Season
The ABC sci-fi/horror/thriller series Night Stalker was not so much a remake of the cult 1974 series Kolchak: The Night Stalker as it was a "reimagining" of the earlier show -- at least according to the series' producer, X-Files alumnus Frank Spotnitz. Stuart Townsend stepped into the old Darren McGavin role as maverick journalist Carl Kolchak, whose mission in life was to alert the world of various and sundry paranormal, supernatural, and extraterrestrial activities -- only to be made the fool each week when evidence substantiating his stories of ghost, monsters, spacemen, etc. mysteriously disappeared. Instead of answering to an acerbic, disbelieving editor (the role played by Simon Oakland in the original show), Kolchak verbally sparred, "Mulder and Scully" fashion, with his erstwhile partner, doubting reporter Perri Reed (Gabrielle Union). And whereas the "old" Kolchak was merely trying to make a living and restore his journalistic reputation, the "new" Kolchak was motivated by the unsolved murder of his wife -- which he claimed was at the hands of supernatural forces, but which the authorities suspected was his own handiwork (a dash of Fugitive there). The weekly, 60-minute Night Stalker premiered September 29, 2005.
48   Metascore
1999 TVPG Drama, Horror, Suspense, Other

Stephen King's 'Storm of the Century'

1 Season
King's three-part miniseries tells of a tightly knit island community off the coast of Maine that's ravaged by a killer storm and something even worse: Andre Linoge, a stranger with deadly powers and an intimate knowledge of the residents' shameful secrets.
1999 TV14 Drama, Horror, Suspense

Stephen King's 'The Shining'

1 Season
The Shining is a three-part television miniseries based on Stephen King's novel of the same name. Directed by Mick Garris from King's teleplay, the series was first aired in 1997.
61   Metascore
1997 TV14 Drama, Horror, Suspense, Other

Stephen King's 'The Stand'

1 Season
A gripping postapocalyptic horror story based on the 1978 novel, with a strong cast (including Rob Lowe in a particularly compelling performance as a deaf man). It portrays the battle between good and evil in an America that has been decimated by a virulent plague, killing all but a handful of people. King conjured up monster ratings with 'The Stand,' along with an Outstanding Miniseries Emmy nomination.
61   Metascore
1994 TV14 Drama, Horror, Fantasy, Action & Adventure, Other, Science Fiction

Stephen King's 'Kingdom Hospital'

1 Season
Based upon the critically acclaimed Lars von Trier miniseries Riget (The Kingdom), this American remake from fright master Stephen King unfolds over 15 hours and centers on the creepy goings-on at a hospital known as The Kingdom. Andrew McCarthy leads the cast as Dr. Hook, one of the physicians at the hospital which was built atop the scene of a fire that killed several children more than a century ago. As the inhabitants of the hospital are confronted with disturbing and unexplained phenomena that suggest the hospital is haunted, the doctors find themselves increasingly unable to come up with logical scientific explanations. Bruce Davison and Diane Ladd also star.
2004 TV14 Drama, Horror, Suspense, Other

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