Spiral Zone is a 1987 American science-fiction animated series produced by Atlantic-Kushner-Locke. Based in part from a toy line made by Japanese company Bandai, the series focused on an international group of soldiers fighting to free the world from a scientist who controls much of the Earth's surface. It only ran for one season, with a total count of 65 episodes. Tonka acquired the license from Bandai and created a different treatment to the series, plus a short-lived toy line. Spiral Zone is known among fans as a series that stood out from other contemporary cartoons of the 80s because of its dark story. The series has not been officially released on DVD by Hasbro, who had acquired Tonka in the 90s, including all the copyrights to their properties.
A series of unrelated stories containing drama, psychological thriller, fantasy, science fiction, suspense, and/or horror, often concluding with a macabre or unexpected twist.
Zone Stad is a popular Flemish-Belgian TV series about a police-department located in Antwerp. The show started in 2003 and is still being produced. In the series, police officers solve various crimes, which are shown as realistically as possible. It is produced by the VMMa and broadcast on Belgian commercial channel vtm and TROS in The Netherlands. Currently, season 8 is being aired.
The Dead Zone, aka Stephen King's Dead Zone was an American-Canadian science fiction/suspense series starring Anthony Michael Hall as Johnny Smith, who discovers he has developed psychic abilities after a coma. The show, credited as "based on characters" from Stephen King's 1979 novel of the same name, first aired in 2002, and was produced by Lionsgate Television and CBS Paramount Network Television for the USA Network. The show was originally commissioned for UPN, but the network later dropped the show and it was picked up instead by USA. The series was filmed in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada for its first five seasons. The sixth and last season was billed as "The season that changes everything" and production was moved to Montreal. The Dead Zone was expected to be renewed for a seventh season, however due to low ratings and high production cost the series was canceled in December 2007, without a proper series finale. Some rumors spread that Syfy would pick up the series after it was canceled by USA, but it did not happen. Rumors of a made for TV movie have all but faded with time.
The Twilight Zone is the first of two revivals of Rod Serling's acclaimed 1950/60s television series of the same name. It ran for two seasons on CBS before producing a final season for syndication.
The Twilight Zone is a 2002 revival of Rod Serling's 1950/60s television series, The Twilight Zone. It aired for one season on the UPN network, with actor Forest Whitaker assuming Serling's role as narrator and on-screen host. The series was produced by New Line Television, which since 2008 is a division of Warner Bros., which released Twilight Zone: The Movie.
In the small bordertown of Villefranche, lost in the heart of a large forest, crime rate is six times higher than elsewhere in the area. Each new crime Major Laurène Weiss solves with the help of her unusual team makes her sink deeper and deeper into secrets of the area.
Doc Zone is the flagship documentary series of CBC Television. It features both independently produced and in-house productions. It is presented by author, actor and playwright Ann-Marie MacDonald.
The Zone is the name given to a shopping and gaming channel on Freeview. The channel is an interactive gaming and home shopping programming block, with gaming segments from Jackpot247, and teleshopping segments from JML. On 7 November 2011, a placeholder caption appeared on Freeview channel 39, broadcasting on multiplex A, stating "The Zone: Coming soon, The place to shop and play". The channel launched on 14 November 2011, broadcasting between 18:00 pm and 06:00 am but was not available in Wales until 9 January 2012. The channel timeshares with CITV.
The Burning Zone is a television drama broadcast on the UPN network as part of its 1996–97 lineup. It ran for 19 episodes. The series was rerun on SciFi Channel in the mid-to-late 1990s. The Burning Zone featured a team of American agents who could be almost instantly dispatched almost anywhere in the world to fight biological warfare and naturally occurring biohazards. The series is believed to be cashing in on the success of the New York Times bestseller The Hot Zone, which spawned biological disaster movies like Outbreak. There was a villainous organization known as "The Dawn" that was responsible for some of the threats the team faced. The members of "The Dawn" were shadowy and never fully exposed but their goals and aims were clear: To allow disease and pestilence of a biological nature restore the Earth by rendering extinct the most virulent pestilence of all—mankind.
The government cover-up of the causes behind a massive explosion in a futuristic UK metropolis spur photo journalist Jennifer Preston on to search for the truth and in the process blow open a paranormal phenomenon haunting the city.
Lawyer Katherine Strachan Berg, married to real estate tycoon Jack Berg, gets one heck of a shock when her former lover (now a priest), Shane Devlin, comes back into her life.
5 youths give chase after a man who has stolen 8 million rubles from them. The man reveals on his video blog his intention to travel to Chernobyl. With every kilometer the journey of the heroes becomes more dangerous and confusing.
Zone interdite is a French newsmagazine that has been broadcast since March 7, 1993 on M6, the second-most watched TV network in the French-speaking world. Well known for its investigative journalism, the show has long been considered one of the most influential in France and has been awarded the 7 d'or for best newsmagazine on TV. It is currently presented by Wendy Bouchard.
Z.O.E. Dolores, i is a Japanese anime television series set in the Zone of the Enders universe. The television series was produced by Sunrise, aired from 7 April – 29 September 2001, spanning a total of 26 episodes.
Party Zone was MTV Europe's longest-running show, born not only when MTV Europe started but also when club culture was at its embryonic stage. Partyzone played a mix of new and old tracks from many different genres of dance music, including garage, house, techno, electronic, trance and drum and bass. It can be seen every Friday and Saturday night on the various European local MTV versions, alongside the original MTV European, which still goes out to European countries that don't have a local MTV. From 1987 - 2000, Party Zone was produced and programmed by James Hyman. Between 1987 and 1990, Party Zone was hosted by some of MTV Europe's original VJs including Kristiane Backer. From 1991 to late 1998, it was hosted by Simone Angel, who quickly became the "face" of dance music on the channel, interviewing the most groundbreaking electronic acts and promoting videos by then still relatively unknown acts, such as The Prodigy in the early '90s. Party Zone featured many rare interviews over the years, including one with Aphex Twin, The Future Sound of London, Ken Ishii. Even after Simone Angel left MTV Europe in December 1998, the Party Zone continued to air as a weekly non-stop dance music mix on MTV Europe and on the then newly created local versions.
The Zone was a video games focused television programme that aired on Channel 9 on Saturday mornings at 8:30AM AEST from 1994 to 1995. The show was produced by Beyond Productions and was hosted for the majority of its run by Adam Riley.
Crash Zone is an Australian children's science fiction television series which aired on the Seven Network from 1999 to 2001. It was produced by Australian Children's Television Foundation, in association with the Disney Channel, and ran for 26 episodes. The series starred five high school students, "high-tech whiz kids" of varied backgrounds, who are hired by the president of the Catalyst software company to save her failing business. The premise of the series was unique in that it was one of the first series to examine the early use of the internet as well as the video game industry and artificial intelligence.