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The Dead Zone: The Final Season

4.3 out of 5 stars 79 customer reviews

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Prepare to experience all-new spellbinding suspense and paranormal adventures as Johnny Smith (Anthony Michael Hall) faces the greatest challenges of his psychically-altered existence in this sixth and final season of The Dead Zone.

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  • Actors: Anthony Michael Hall
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Box set, Color, Dolby, Closed-captioned, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, French, German
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: Lions Gate
  • DVD Release Date: June 3, 2008
  • Run Time: 546 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (79 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00166UFTI
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,362 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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By M. Bedernik on June 19, 2008
Format: DVD
I enjoyed this show from the first season, and I'm sad it's over. I gave it three stars though, because it probably is a little weaker compared to the other seasons, and I agree with other reviewers that there were things left open-ended... you'd hope for another season.

I suppose I should place a spoiler alert warning here... First, although I was slightly bummed there was a different actor playing J.J., I really liked this kid. In all honesty, I think he was better than the original, had more personality. The whole thing with Stilson not being wrapped up didn't bother me.

I was sad to see Walt go, because I grew to like him, but I liked the irony of Sarah now giving birth to Walt's kid, and John being left behind to take care of them. The thing I disliked the most was how John and Sarah ended up. All this time passed, now they finally have a chance to be a real family, and I think the two characters never got the finale they deserved after so many years. For those of you who watched it, Sarah's issue with the lie John told her was ridiculous to me.

I liked the end scene in that it was hopeful, but I would have preferred to see them finally married off... at least J.J. finally accepted him as "Dad."
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I've been a long time fan of this show and I have to admit that it was loosing some steam, but I dont think the network have that many good shows that was worth canceling this one. I always enjoyed the episodes that pushed the Stillson story line (this is with all the seasons), so I'm most upset that the show was canceled prior to tying that up. There are a few gems on this set, I only hope that they give us some good special features to make up for our lost. I hate when shows like this are not given the respect of a proper ending. Sad.
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This season was excellent.

I am sorry there aren't more episodes or other seasons, but at the end of the last episode, I felt like things were going to work out just fine. (It isn't much guesswork with "you have to marry Sarah, or the world will end." I won't say more, if you haven't seen the whole season to understand the impact of this statement - especially based on who made it. )

The new JJ was a brilliant move. I think it would have been a better show if this JJ would have been there from the beginning.

I enjoyed watching all of the seasons from beginning to end.
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Evidently the cancellation of The Dead Zone came as a big surprise to the producers as the 6th season began with numerous changes. First, the show's production was moved from Vancouver to Montreal, Canada and Connor Price was brought into play son J.J., replacing Spencer Achtymichuk. In the first episode alone, Sheriff Walt Bannerman and bad guy aide to Vice President Stillson, Malcom Janus, are both killed. The series went out with a huge bang as season six had a number of fantastic episodes even though the series finale still left a few plots unresolved. Anthony Michael Hall turned in some of his strongest performances this season and Price was even better as the new J.J.

The last season begins with "Heritage". As Cleaves Mills readies for the town festival, Johnny gets a vision of Walt dying and vows to stick with him all day, actually preventing his death a few times but fate won't be stopped. Walt is killed in a fire at the church rescuing Rev. Purdy. Malcom Janus is also killed and with his death, Johnny's visions of apocalypse surrounding Stillson seem to end.

A new Sheriff, Anna Turner (Carla Buono) takes over in "Ego" and she and Johnny get off on the wrong foot right away. She has no use for a psychic and Johnny wants to know why she is investigating the late Walt Bannerman.

"Re-Entry" Is one of the highlights of Season Six. A private space mission, part of Stillson's "Go Space" program has suffered an accident. Unknown to the crew a wing flap is damaged and the ship will rip apart if it tries to land. It also carries a load of plutonium, which will cause a national disaster. Stillson is prepared to shoot the shuttle down unless Johnny can use his powers to send the astronauts a message so they can make repairs.
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The finale to a great series. New producers, Walt is killed the first episode, which leads to interesting scenarios. Little Johnny has been recast, and while the young man is a good actor, he looks nothing like either parent-so it's a terrible physical recast and quite an unnecessary one. We don't see much of Bruce and for some unknown reason, Johnny doesn't explain to Sarah that he couldn't manage to save Walt despite saving him several times from death. Stillson turns out to be an okay guy due to Walt's heroic actions in the first episode so we don't fear him anymore. Johnny and Sarah's happy ever after is left unresolved however with the series finale. Actually, hadn't watched the last episode when I wrote this, Stillson is still a bad guy...glad Sarah now knows John Jr has visions too.
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I think it ended well . . . . I agree with other reviewers that John and Sarah deserved more in this last season. But at least they ended it a bit on a cliffhanger . . . Another season? I also felt that if they followed the John and Sarah storyline, and the Armageddon storyline, they could keep this show going much longer. With J.J. learning that he has his father's gifts, etc., there is so much they could, so many places they could go.
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