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The Outer Limits

(The Outer Limits)

 The Story

"There is nothing wrong with your television. Do not attempt to adjust the picture. We are now controlling the transmission. We control the horizontal and the vertical. We can deluge you with a thousand channels or expand one single image to crystal clarity and beyond. We can shape your vision to anything our imagination can conceive. For the next hour we will control all that you see and hear. You are about to experience the awe and mystery which reaches from the deepest inner mind to the outer limits."

Picture from the episode "Music of the Spheres" - The Outer Limits
Picture from the episode
"Music of the Spheres"

DoctorSF's Words

Just as its older sister, the series broadcasted in the 60', it is by these words, deep, full of senses and scary that begins each episode of THE OUTER LIMITS. It concerns a resumption that has preserved the original spirit of the series by adapting it the technology of the 90'.

THE OUTER LIMITS is not only a terrifying sci-fi series but it is also scary. It transforms classic human fears in new dimensions. All episodes cast humans and most of them take place on Earth. By the mix of science-fiction and human emotions, usual conflicts (aliens, robots, unknown life forms) are highlighted and much more interesting.

The series is not recurrent. We meet different characters in each episode. Since each episode is different from another (with few exceptions) everything can happen, the hero can succeed in his mission as he can fail in. Several episodes possibly cannot answer to the problems exposed. It belongs to you and your imagination to do the rest, to develop the theme, to lead your own reflection on the topic.

Episode "I Robot" with Leonard Nimoy - The Outer Limits
Episode "I Robot"
with Leonard Nimoy

THE OUTER LIMITS equally casts prestigious actors. Some were already stars from the original series. It is for example the case for Leonard Nimoy (Mr. Spock in STAR TREK) who replays his character in the episode "I Robot", remake of the episode "I Robot", broadcasted in 1964. This episode was the first to be adapted from the original series. Other followed, such as "Feasibility Study", a remake of the episode "A Feasibility Study" in which alien experiment human slavery or the episode "Nightmare", another one adapted from the original series dedicated to the memory of Leslie Stevens who died April 24, 1998. He was an executive producer and director of the original OUTER LIMITS.

In the US, the series was first aired on the network channel Showtime.

Episodes Access
1 - 2 - 3 - 4 - 5 - 6 - 7
Picture from the episode "Feasibility Study" - The Outer Limits
Picture from the episode "Feasibility Study"

Adam Nimoy, Allan Eastman, Brad Turner, Brent Karl Clackson, Brenton Spencer, Brian Giddens, Catherine O'Hara, Charles Winkler, Dan Ireland, David Warry-Smith, George Bloomfield, Graeme Campbell, Helen Shaver, James Head, Jason Priestley, Jeff Woolnough, Jimmy Kaufman, Joe Nimziki, Jonathan Glassner, Jorge Montesi, Joseph L. Scanlan, Ken Girotti, Lou Diamond Phillips, Mario Azzopardi, Mark Sobel, Martin Cummins, Matthew Hastings, Melvin Van Peebles, Michael Keusch, Michael Robison, Mike Rohl, Neill Fearnley, Paul Lynch, Peter DeLuise, Rebecca De Mornay, Rene Bonniere, Robert Habros, Scott Peters, Steve Anker, Steve Johnson, Steven Weber, Stuart Gillard, Tibor Takacs, Timothy Bond, William Fruet.

Picture from the episode "Phobos Rising" - The Outer Limits
Picture from the episode "Phobos Rising"

Screenplay and stories
A L Katz, A.E. van Vogt, Alan Brennert, Ali Marie Matheson, Alison Lea Bingeman, Ann Lewis Hamilton, Anurag Mehta, Bart Baker, Ben Richardson, Bill Froehlich, Brad Markowitz, Brad Wright, Brian Nohr, Bruce Lacey, Carleton Eastlake, Catherine Weber, Chris Brancato, Chris Dickie, Chris Ruppenthal, Dan Wright, Danny McBride, David Alexander, David Braff, David Kemper, David Schow, David Shore, Derek Lowe, Duncan Kennedy, Eando Binder, Ed Adamson, Eric A. Morris, Eric Estrin, Erik Saltzgaber, Garth Gerald Wilson, Geoffrey Hollands, Grady Hall, Grant Rosenberg, Harlan Ellison, Hart Hanson, James Crocker, James Patrick Kelly, Jeff King, Jeffrey Hirschfield, Joel Metzger, John Schulian, John Whelpley, John-Michael Maas, Jon Cooksey, Jon Povill, Jonathan Glassner, Jonathan Walker, Joseph Stefano, Larry Niven, Lawrence Meyers, Manny Coto, Mark Stern, Matthew Hastings, Melinda Snodgrass, Melissa Rosenberg, Michael Berlin, Michael Berman, Michael Bryant, Michael Sadowski, Michael Sloan, Naomi Janzen, Naren Shankar, Nora , O'Brien, Paul Mones, Pen Densham, Richard B. Lewis, Richard Matheson, Sr., Rob Forsyth, Ron Greenstein, Ryland Kelley, Sam Egan, Sam Neuman, Scott Nimerfro, Scott Peters, Scott Shepherd, Seeleg Lester, Shawn Alex Thompson, Steven Aspis, Steven Barnes, Steven King, Steven Weber, Tom J. Astle, Tom Szollosi, Tracy Torme, Will Dixon, William Mikulak.