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|Directed by||Jim Threapleton
|Presented by||Eric Roberts|
|Theme music composer||Frédéric Porte|
|Country of origin||Canada
|No. of seasons||1|
|No. of episodes||13|
|Running time||45–48 minutes|
|Production company(s)||Warner Brothers|
|Original run||May 26, 2001– December 15, 2001|
- "Castle Keep" - A love triangle between students and a professor on an archaeological dig turns deadly as they conduct a dig in a haunted castle.
- "She's the One" - A man tries to rescue his beauty-obsessed girlfriend from undergoing extensive plastic surgery at a sinister spa.
- "Organizer 2000" - After causing an accident that kills his long-time crush, a young man is given an electronic organizer that takes him back in time to experience scenes from his life with her.
- "Party On" - Two brothers looking for a party stumble into purgatory.
- "Exposure" - A ruthless investment banker makes a deal with the Devil.
- "Skin Deep" - An innocent young woman undergoes a personality change after being bitten by a were-tiger.
- "See No Evil" - A genuine crystal ball makes business boom for a phony psychic.
- "The Housesitter" - A college student housesitting for a cranky woman finds the situation getting out of control as she copes with mysterious warnings, odd neighbors, and an escaped killer who seems to be filling the local park with body parts.
- "Johnny's Guitar" - A struggling musician discovers the secret — and the curse — behind a music legend when he inherits the man's demonic instrument. The episode featured Def Leppard singer Joe Elliott, and Corey Feldman.
- "Murder One" - A lawyer finds himself in the middle of a nest of vampires when he joins a local law firm.
- "Emma's Boy" - A couple expecting their first child pays a visit to the wife's ancestral land and encounters evil.
- "Blackout (Part 1)" - An amnesiac takes his new bride to visit his childhood home, but a stranger with a terribly familiar face leads to an argument between the newlyweds.
- "Blackout (Part 2)" - Brad's shocking recollection has landed him in jail for murder, but his suspicions are aroused when he realizes that no one around him is who they claim to be.
Dark Realm aired on the Chiller network in the United States in 2009.