Cabler USA in King's 'Zone' for series

Grego, Melissa
January 2002
Daily Variety;1/4/2002, Vol. 274 Issue 24, p45
Trade Publication
Reports that USA Network has picked up 'The Dead Zone,' a series adaptation of the Stephen King novel that had been on UPN's slate as a possible midseason entry in 2002. USA' purchase of the pilot and 22 episodes of the series from Lions Gate Television.


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