TV show's Ratings

    Completed

    " The nightmare continues!"
    Country
    Runtime 51 min – 1 hour
    Premiere: World January 21, 1967
    Premiere: USA January 10, 1967
    Channel ABC (United States)
    Production Companies American Broadcasting Company (ABC)Quinn Martin Productions (QM)

    Description

    The Aliens are here, posing as human, and not friendly. David Vincent has seen them land and now must evade them and convince others of their presence while not being put in the booby hatch.
    s1: e1 — Season 1, Episode 1  

    Beachhead

    January 10, 1967 7.9
    s1: e2 — Season 1, Episode 2  

    The Experiment

    January 17, 1967 7.6
    s1: e3 — Season 1, Episode 3  

    The Mutation

    January 24, 1967 7.6
    s1: e4 — Season 1, Episode 4  

    The Leeches

    January 31, 1967 7.5
    s1: e5 — Season 1, Episode 5  

    Genesis

    February 7, 1967 7.5
    s1: e6 — Season 1, Episode 6  

    Vikor

    February 14, 1967 7.6
    s1: e7 — Season 1, Episode 7  

    Nightmare

    February 21, 1967 7.2
    s1: e8 — Season 1, Episode 8  

    Doomsday Minus One

    February 28, 1967 7.6
    s1: e9 — Season 1, Episode 9  

    Quantity: Unknown

    March 7, 1967 7.7
    s1: e10 — Season 1, Episode 10  

    The Innocent

    March 14, 1967 8.3
    s1: e11 — Season 1, Episode 11  

    The Ivy Curtain

    March 21, 1967 7.8
    s1: e12 — Season 1, Episode 12  

    The Betrayed

    March 28, 1967 7.2
    s1: e13 — Season 1, Episode 13  

    Storm

    April 4, 1967 7.5
    s1: e14 — Season 1, Episode 14  

    Panic

    April 11, 1967 7.6
    s1: e15 — Season 1, Episode 15  

    Moonshot

    April 18, 1967 7.7
    s1: e16 — Season 1, Episode 16  

    Wall of Crystal

    May 2, 1967 7.9
    s1: e17 — Season 1, Episode 17  

    The Condemned

    May 9, 1967 7.6

    Сast and Crew

    Themes

    According to producer Alan A. Armer, "The major thing that the show had going for it is the fact that we are all a little bit paranoid, and that it’s easy to identify with... one person fighting the society, fighting the government, fighting an invisible force...” Creator of the series Larry Cohen describes Hitchcock as a major influence.

    Sign up and you will see here
    friends impressions of the TV show.