American Gothic (TV series)

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American Gothic
Genre Horror
Supernatural
Drama
Created by Shaun Cassidy
Written by Victor Bumbalo
Mitchell Burgess
Shaun Cassidy
David Chisholm
John Cork
Stephen Gaghan
Steve De Jarnatt
Jeff M. King
Judi Ann Mason
Michael Nankin
Michael R. Perry
Starring Gary Cole
Lucas Black
Paige Turco
Brenda Bakke
Sarah Paulson
Composer(s) Joseph LoDuca
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 22
Production
Executive producer(s) Sam Raimi
Robert Tapert
Producer(s) Shaun Cassidy
Steve DeJarnatt
David Eick
David Kemper
Edward Ledding
Editor(s) Pietro Scalia (pilot only)
Chris Innis
Brian L. Chambers
Tom Moore
Bob Murawski (title sequence & recaps)
Cinematography Ernest Holzman (pilot only)
Stephen McNutt
Running time 45 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel CBS
Original run September 22, 1995 (1995-09-22) – July 11, 1996 (1996-07-11)
External links
Website

American Gothic is an American horror series created by Shaun Cassidy and executive produced by Sam Raimi. The show first aired on CBS on September 22, 1995, and was canceled after a single season on July 11, 1996.

Plot[edit]

The story takes place in the fictional town of Trinity, South Carolina, and revolves around Caleb Temple (Lucas Black) and the town's corrupt sheriff, Lucas Buck (Gary Cole). Though appearing affable and charismatic, Sheriff Buck is a murderous rapist whose powerbase is backed by apparent supernatural powers, which he generally uses to manipulate people to "fulfill their potential" and make life-changing choices (usually for evil).

Caleb Temple is a normal child whose paternity masks a horrific secret: Lucas Buck is his biological father, having raped his mother in front of Caleb's older sister Merlyn (Sarah Paulson). The horror of watching her mother being sexually assaulted caused Merlyn to become severely emotionally traumatized and withdrawn from the rest of the world, made even worse when her mother committed suicide after giving birth to Caleb.

During the pilot episode of the series, Sheriff Buck murders Merlyn in cold blood and manipulates Caleb's "father" (Sonny Shroyer) into committing suicide in order to eliminate Caleb's family and claim his biological son for his own. However, the newly arrived Dr. Crower (Jake Weber) begins to uncover the sheriff's role in the death of Merlyn and Merlyn's father and with help from Caleb's out-of-town cousin Gail Emory (Paige Turco), struggle to prevent Lucas from corrupting young Caleb. They are aided in part by Merlyn's ghost, who personally appears before Caleb throughout the series in order to try to keep him from Buck's corrupt grasp.

Cast of characters[edit]

Main cast[edit]

Actor/Actress Character Information Episodes
Gary Cole Sheriff Lucas Buck Lucas is the local Sheriff, he holds fear over the town of Trinity. He wants to adopt Caleb and raise him in his image. All 22 episodes
Lucas Black Caleb Temple Caleb is an orphan and is often tempted by Lucas, his biological father, to join him but with help from the ghost of his sister, Merlyn, he usually does the right thing. All 22 episodes
Paige Turco Gail Emory A reporter from the city who lived in Trinity as a child. Her parents died in a mysterious fire in the Trinity news paper editing room. Came to Trinity to take care of her cousin Caleb and to uncover the truth about her parents. Near the end of the series she is seduced by Lucas and becomes pregnant with his child. All episodes, except "Potato Boy", "Resurrector" and "Inhumanitas"
Brenda Bakke Selena Coombs The local school teacher who likes to sleep around. She occasionally dates Lucas. She usually helps Lucas in his plans to gain custody of Caleb and to keep the town under control. All episodes, except "Strong Arm of the Law", "The Beast Within", and "Strangler"
Sarah Paulson Merlyn Temple Caleb's sister. She is killed by the Sheriff, but occasionally appears to Caleb in the form of a ghost to guide him in the right direction and away from Lucas Buck. All episodes, except "Strong Arm of the Law", "The Beast Within", "Ring of Fire" and "Doctor Death Takes a Holiday"
Jake Weber Dr. Matt Crower Doctor at the hospital. Matt has a slightly shady past and came to Trinity to start a new life, but cannot escape said past. He takes Caleb in after the death of Caleb's father. All episodes, except "Inhumanitas", "Learning to Crawl", "Echo of Your Last Goodbye", "Strangler", "Triangle", "The Buck Stops Here" and "Requiem"
Nick Searcy Deputy Ben Healy He is Lucas's deputy. He lives in fear of Buck, so much so that he covers up the murder of Merlyn Temple. All episodes, except "Damned If You Don't", "Meet the Beetles", "To Hell and Back" and "Rebirth"

Recurring guest cast[edit]

Actor/Actress Character Episodes
Chris Fennell Boone Mackenzie "Eye of the Beholder", "Dead to the World", "Damned If You Don't", "Potato Boy", "Meet the Beetles", "Strong Arm of the Law", "To Hell and Back", "Resurrector", "Echo of Your Last Goodbye"
John Mese Dr. Billy Peale "The Plague Sower", "Doctor Death Takes a Holiday", "Learning to Crawl", "Echo of Your Last Goodbye", "Triangle", "The Buck Stops Here" and "Requiem"
Alex Van Deputy Floyd "Dead to the World", "Meet the Beetles", "Learning to Crawl", "Echo of Your Last Goodbye", "Strangler", "The Buck Stops Here" and "Requiem"
Lynda Clark Rita Barber "Pilot", "The Beast Within", "Resurrector", "The Buck Stops Here" and "Requiem"
Tina Lifford Loris Holt "Eye of the Beholder", "Potato Boy", "Resurrector" and "Doctor Death Takes a Holiday"
Michael Burgess Dr. Daniel Truelane "Pilot", "A Tree Grows in Trinity", "Eye of the Beholder" and "To Hell and Back"
Robin Mullins Nurse Stacie Erichfreund "The Plague Sower", "Echo of Your Last Goodbye" and "Triangle"
Amy Dawn Anderson Nurse "The Plague Sower", "Learning to Crawl" and "Triangle"
Sarah Lynn Moore Mrs. Carol Russell "Potato Boy", "Strong Arm of the Law" and "Rebirth"
Troy Simmons Josh Davenport "Pilot", "Damned If You Don't" and "Dead to the World"
Evan Rachel Wood Rose Russell "Eye of the Beholder", "Potato Boy" and "To Hell and Back"

Note: The character of Dr. Billy Peale (John Mese) was a late addition to the series, intended to be a regular character to replace Dr. Matt Crower as a more formidable adversary to Lucas Buck. He was added to the opening credits in the episode "Doctor Death Takes a Holiday", in which Dr. Crower is written out. Producer Shaun Cassidy stated that Dr. Crower would have returned had the show been renewed for a second season.

Episodes[edit]

CBS originally aired American Gothic in a differing sequence than the production order and omitted four episodes ("Potato Boy", "Ring of Fire", "Echo of Your Last Goodbye" and "Strangler") from its network broadcast. Subsequent, syndicated airings of the series included these four episodes.[1]

List of American Gothic episodes
No. Title Writer(s) Director Original air date Prod. Code
1 "Pilot" Peter O'Fallon Shaun Cassidy September 22, 1995 (1995-09-22) 83587
Caleb Temple's 10th birthday turns nightmarish when his sister, Merlyn Temple, is killed and his father, Gage Temple, is the prime suspect. Gage's guilt seems confirmed when he commits suicide in his jail cell, leaving Caleb an orphan... except for the ghost of Merlyn. Caleb seems to find a father figure in Dr. Matt Crower, but this won't last if Sheriff Lucas Buck has any say in the matter. Guest starring: Sonny Shroyer as Gage Temple, Margo Moorer as Danielle Davenport, Lucius Houghton as Deputy Cammalous, Tammy Arnold as Judith Temple, McKenzie LaCross as 6 Yr. Old Merlyn, Leonard Watkins as Blind Man, Tamara Dow as Nurse Wendy, Storm Bear as Carnival Pirate
2 "A Tree Grows in Trinity" Michael Katleman Shaun Cassidy September 29, 1995 (1995-09-29) K0601
Fleeing deep into the woods from Sheriff Lucas Buck, young Caleb takes refuge in an eerie, abandoned hunting lodge and is terrified when he discovers a dying man who has been tortured and is being held prisoner there. Also, Lucas sends a horrifying message to coroner Curtis Z. Webb. Guest starring: Arnold Vosloo as Rafael "SOL" Santo, Ron Perkins as Harlan Jeeters, David Lenthall as Dr. Curtis Z. Webb, Gina Stewart as Teapot, Mert Hatfield as The Reverend, Sean Bridgers as Deputy #1, Charles McLawhorn as Albert, Dale Wright as Nurse, Charly Williams as Taylor Webb, Ralph Brownewell as Orderly #1
3 "Eye of the Beholder" Jim Charleston Judi Ann Mason
Story by Shaun Cassidy & Judi Ann Mason
October 6, 1995 (1995-10-06) K0602
Sheriff Buck calls in a favor from the local judge, Harrison Halpern who is overseeing Caleb's custody hearing, hoping to ensure his favored status, but he doesn't stop there. Guest starring: N'Bushe Wright as Cheryl Trulane, Bob Hannah as Judge Halpern, Rick Warner as Heywood Anderson, Grenoldo Frazier as Reverend Logan, Barry Bell as Gordy Wills, Maria Howell as Choir Soloist
4 "Damned If You Don't" Lou Antonio Michael R. Perry & Stephen Gaghan October 10, 1995 (1995-10-10) K0604
Junkyard owner Carter Bowen panics when Sheriff Buck wants his teenage daughter, Poppy, to work for him as payback for an old favor. When he refuses, his life quickly begins to unravel and the past comes back to haunt him. Guest starring: Muse Watson as Wash Sutpen, Brigid Walsh as Poppy Bowen, Steve Rankin as Carter Bowen, Judy Simpson Cook as Etta Bowen, Barnaby Carpenter as T.J., John Henry Scott as Janitor, Donald S. Bland as Cooper, Juliet Cesario as Gail's Mother, Jana Drue as Young Gail
5 "Dead to the World" James A. Contner Robin Green, Mitchell Burgess, Shaun Cassidy, Michael R. Perry & Stephen Gaghan October 13, 1995 (1995-10-13) K0605
Gail may have pushed Sheriff Buck too far when she accuses him of foul play in the death of his former girlfriend, who was with him just before her car mysteriously drove off a bridge. Lucas also has a horrific intervention when Waylon Flood is confronted by Ben for being abusive to his son and ex wife. Guest starring: Helen Baldwin as Barbara Joy Flood, Barnaby Carpenter as T.J., Melissa McBride as Holly Gallager, Lee Norris as Benji Healy, Linda Pierce as Mrs. Gallagher, Scott Schumacher as Diver, Rachel Seidman-Lockamy as Charlotte, John Shearin as Waylon Flood, Debbie Yates as Louellen
6 "Meet the Beetles" Michael Nankin Victor Bumbalo & David Chisholm October 20, 1995 (1995-10-20) K0603
When Jack Drey, a South Carolina state police lieutenant, throws his weight around in the investigation of the disappearance of his adulterous brother-in-law, Hack Weller, Sheriff Buck becomes wary. Drey suspects that Weller's obsession with Selena might have driven a vicious Buck to kill him. Guest starring: Bruce Campbell as Lt. Jack Drey, Keith Flippen as Ossie Spichtig, Mark Joy as Coach Fred Bender, David Lenthall as Dr. Curtis Z. Webb, Selden Smith as Lydia Constantine, Derin Altay as Betty Weller
7 "Strong Arm of the Law" Mike Binder Michael R. Perry & Stephen Gaghan November 3, 1995 (1995-11-03) K0608
Sheriff Lucas Buck gets revenge, in his own chilling fashion, on four men who move to Trinity and set off a crime wave, causing the local residents to start losing faith in his control. Special Guest Star Richard Edson as Lowell Stokes Guest starring: Matt Craven as Barrett Stokes, Joseph Lindsey as Earl McKeever, Jim Gloster as Just Eddie, Richard Edson as Lowell Stokes, Dean Whitworth as Cecil Perkins, Aubrey Dollar as Janice, Mert Hatfield as Minister, Brian Fong as Paramedic, Maggie Klekas as Mourner #1, Sara Audrey Keeley as Mourner #2
8 "Rebirth" James Frawley Victor Bumbalo January 3, 1996 (1996-01-03) K0610
Merlyn borrows an unborn child's spirit and reappears as Halle. Both Lucas and Caleb realize what has happened, and while Lucas tries to keep Merlyn in his world, Caleb knows she must return the spirit to the baby before it's too late. Guest starring: Danny Masterson as Ray, Amy Steel as Christy, Chris Blackwelder as Young Man, Kelly Mizell as Young Woman, Deborah K. Winstead as Nurse #1, Lanelle Markgraf as Nurse #2, Michael Mattison as Dead Head, Randell Haynes as Sourpuss
9 "Resurrector" Elodie Keene Shaun Cassidy, Michael R. Perry & Stephen Gaghan January 10, 1996 (1996-01-10) K0614
Radio talk show host Mel Kirby approaches Lucas for help in bringing his show to television. When Lucas refuses, Mel and his co-anchor wife, Gloria, vow to ruin Lucas. Meanwhile, a depressed Caleb decides he wants to give Merlyn a second funeral. Guest starring: Greg Travis as Mel Kirby, Irene Ziegler as Gloria Kirby, Philip Loch as Lance Biggs, Andrea Powell as Jean Biggs, Craig Edwards as Technician
10 "Inhumanitas" Bruce Seth Green Stephen Gaghan & Michael R. Perry January 17, 1996 (1996-01-17) K0615
Lucas may have corrupted the local priest, Father Tilden, and he may be able to take his revenge on townspeople who cross his path. But not even he can control the seemingly miraculous activities of the dead Merlyn, determined to make Lucas answer for his crimes. Lucas also seeks revenge against a lawyer who won a big settlement against the sheriff's department. Guest starring: Pat Hingle as Father Tilden, Tim Grimm as W. Bryan Hudson, Ruth Reid as Barbara Hudson, Wayne DeHart as Bertie, Yvonne Graetzer as Female Realtor, Brandlyn Whitaker as Sue Ellen Hudson, Peter Townes as Frenchman
11 "The Plague Sower" Mel Damski Robert Palm January 24, 1996 (1996-01-24) K0606
A sudden, mysterious bleeding illness quickly spreads through Trinity, causing death and devastation, as well as the arrival of a new doctor, Dr. Peele. As the townspeople fall victim to the plague, Matt suffers a breakdown and Lucas turns to Dr. Peele for help. Guest starring: Michael Harding as A.E. Tippett, Patt Noday as Reporter, Margo Moorer as Danielle Davenport, Joe Maggard as Townsperson #1, Haley Salyer as Woman, Dottie Grissom-Hardin as Young Woman, Gene Dann as Man, C.K. Bibby as Townsperson #2, John Henry Scott as Husband, Kay Joyner as Wife
12 "Doctor Death Takes a Holiday" Doug Lefler Victor Bumbalo January 31, 1996 (1996-01-31) K0617
Dr. Matt decides to re-investigate the murder of Merlyn. He also is curious when a woman checks into his hospital as Mrs. Smith. She begins to tell Matt all about the evil of Lucas and how she wants to kill him. This was the final episode starring Jake Weber as Dr. Matt Crower. Guest starring: Veronica Cartwright as Angela, Will Leskin as Judge Streeter, Tamara Burnham as Charlotte Streeter, Nancy Saunders as Brenda, Amy Parrish as Nurse Sarah, Tyrone Hicks as Jojo, Henry Laurence as Elderly Man, Bill Roberson as Carl
13 "The Beast Within" Michael Lange Shaun Cassidy July 3, 1996 (1996-07-03) K0611
Artie, Ben Healy's brother, holds-up a local store in Trinity for a cheap watch. Ben and Lucas respond to the robbery and Ben accidentally shoots Artie. Artie, injured but still conscious, takes Lucas hostage, including Caleb and Gail. Guest starring: Jeff Perry as Artie Healy, Rick Forrester as Salesman, Henry Laurence as Elderly Man, General Fermon Judd Jr. as Fireman
14 "To Hell and Back" Oz Scott Judi Ann Mason July 3, 1996 (1996-07-03) K0607
Dr. Matt struggles with his alcoholism and the death of his family. Lucas tries to push him over the edge by offering him a drink and forcing the bizarre memories of his wife and daughter. Guest starring: W. Morgan Sheppard as Mr. Emmett, Andi Carnick as Lily Crower, Robert Treveiler as Chester Langston, Megan Gallacher as Claire Crower, Laura Robbins as Doreen Langston, Charles McLawhorn as George, Michael Genevie as Dr. Portis Fields, Charlotte Hackman as Hannah, Charles Lucas as Bluesman, Erica Nashan as Nurse #1, Lanelle Rose as Nurse #2, Carlene Moore as Waitress, Lou Criscuolo as Cop #1, Mick McGovern as Cop #2
15 "Learning to Crawl" Michael Lange David Kemper July 4, 1996 (1996-07-04) K0618
Lucas and Caleb forge a bond when facing matters of life and death. After Caleb is electrocuted and dies at the hospital, Lucas steps in and brings the boy back to life. Guest starring: Ted Raimi as Ted Parker, Stuart Greer as Cody Parker, Regan Forman as Jeri McIntyre, Wallace Merck as Rolston
16 "Triangle" James Frawley Jeff F. King July 10, 1996 (1996-07-10) K0619
Upon Gail's announcement, she faints in Lucas' office and is taken to the hospital where she is told that she is pregnant. Gail threatens to have an abortion and even attempts to kill herself because she knows that she is carrying the evil offspring of Lucas Buck. Guest starring: Deacon Dawson as Pilot, Russell Deats as Little Luke, James Frawley as Bartender
17 "The Buck Stops Here" Lou Antonio Steve DeJarnatt July 10, 1996 (1996-07-10) K0623
Yancy can't find certain files and believes Lucas has them. Billy and Selena go to Lucas' house to look for the missing files and end up making love in Lucas' bed. Guest starring: Jim Antonio as Dr. Leslie Narone, Brent Jennings as Yancy Lydon, Dani Miller as Nurse, Lee Freeman as Doris Lydon, Dean Whitworth as Cecil Spurgeon, John Shearin as Waylon Flood, Wayne DeHart as Old Bertie
18 "Requiem" Lou Antonio Shaun Cassidy July 11, 1996 (1996-07-11) K0624
Caleb is trying to find the full potential of his powers by attempting to kill Gail, leaving him sole heir of Lucas' will. But, when Lucas finds out what Caleb is up to, he attempts to save Gail. Lucas offers Dr. Narone a chilling ultimatum. Lucas and Caleb have an evil face-off. After the horrible incident that happened, Gail winds up at the hospital in a coma, and Lucas was very worried about Gail at that moment. During that time, Gail did recover and survived from being attacked from Caleb. Guest starring: Jim Antonio as Dr. Leslie Narone, Lindley Mayer as Ashley Narone, Don Henderson Baker as Grave Digger, Len Hathaway as Elderly Man, Diana Taylor as Businesswoman, Mary McMillan as Wealthy Woman, Craig Shoemaker
19 "Potato Boy" Nick Marck Michael Nankin February 6, 1998 (1998-02-06)[a] K0609
Selena reaches out to Caleb and tries to help him with his schoolwork. She begins to spend extra time with him, which bothers Lucas. Selena also tries to reconcile with her father. Lucas also teaches Loris Holt a lesson when she tries to forbid Caleb from going out with him. Guest starring: John Bennes as Rev. Coombs, Trip Cogburn as Potato Boy, Zander Heinen as Potato Boy Vocalist (voice), Joe Inscoe as Dr. Perry
20 "Ring of Fire" Lou Antonio Michael R. Perry & Stephen Gaghan February 6, 1998 (1998-02-06)[a] K0613
Through dreams and visions, Lucas allows Gail to learn bit by bit what happened to her parents. She learned that her father was abusing her and her mother was having an affair with Gage Temple, Caleb's father. Guest starring: Collin Wilcox Paxton as Mrs. Gardner, Sonny Shroyer as Gage Temple, Sandi Fix as Christine Emory (1975), John Keenan as Peter Emory (1975), Jana Drue as Young Gail, Dorothy Recasner Brown as Female Doctor, David Cutting as Toddler
21 "Echo of Your Last Goodbye" Oz Scott John Cork February 6, 1998 (1998-02-06)[a] K0620
Candy leads Ben to a house, which turns out to be the place that Judith Temple used to help abandoned children. With Gail they discover drawings from the young children as well as several drawings of Lucas done with a great amount of love by Judith. Guest starring: Tanya Rollins as Tina, Julia Deane Howard as Cindy, D.L. Anderson as Allison, Tammy Arnold as Judith Temple
22 "Strangler" Doug Lefler Michael R. Perry & Stephen Gaghan February 6, 1998 (1998-02-06)[a] K0622
Lucas calls on the ghost of the Boston Strangler to come to Merlyn. Lucas leaves town to attend a convention and Albert De Salvo -aka The Boston Strangler- decides to do more than just try to kill Merlyn. Guest starring: Gareth Williams as Albert DeSalvo, Amy Parrish as Nurse Sarah, Sean Bridgers as Policeman #1, Rachel Lewis as Nurse #2
Notes
  1. ^ a b c d This episode was not aired during the series' original run.

DVD release[edit]

Universal Studios released the complete series of American Gothic on DVD as a Region 1 NTSC double-sided 3-disc set in the United States (October 25, 2005) and as a Region 2 PAL single-sided 6-disc set in Europe (released March 20, 2006).

The Region 1 and Region 2 Discs have the episodes in the same order (by air date as opposed to producer's intended order). The only exception is the German boxset (to be released October 5, 2007 by "Koch Media Home Entertainment"), which features all episodes in the intended order on 7 DVDs. The order is as follows:

Region 1 Release Region 2 Release Episodes
Disc 1, Side A Disc 1
  1. "Pilot" (46:48) # *
  2. "A Tree Grows in Trinity" (46:37)
  3. "Eye of the Beholder" (46:54)
  4. "Damned If You Don't" (45:58)
Disc 1, Side B Disc 2
  1. "Dead to the World" (45:17)
  2. "Meet the Beetles" (45:53)
  3. "Strong Arm of the Law" (44:17)
  4. "Rebirth" (46:13)
Disc 2, Side A Disc 3
  1. "Resurrector" (46:06)
  2. "Inhumanitas" (44:12)
  3. "The Plague Sower" (45:56)
  4. "Doctor Death Takes a Holiday" (45:32) *
Disc 2, Side B Disc 4
  1. "The Beast Within" (44:35)
  2. "To Hell and Back" (44:33) *
  3. "Learning to Crawl" (45:48) *
  4. "Triangle" (45:59) *
Disc 3, Side A Disc 5
  1. "The Buck Stops Here" (44:26) *
  2. "Requiem" (45:15) *
  3. "Potato Boy" (44:55)
Disc 3, Side B Disc 6
  1. "Ring of Fire" (46:02) *
  2. "Echo of Your Last Goodbye" (46:03) *
  3. "Strangler" (44:11)
# Bonus Materials include optional Audio Commentary for this episode.
* Bonus Materials include non-integrated deleted and/or extended scene(s) for this episode.

The intended viewing order (Note – this list was corrected based on an actual hands-on viewing of the Region 1 box set; no corrections have as yet been made to the list above; Region 1, Disk 1 contains only 7 episodes, not 8 as delineated above; Disc 2 is still 8; Disc 3 has 7):

Region 1 Release Region 2 Release Episode
Disc 1, Side A Disc 1 1. "Pilot"
Disc 1, Side A Disc 1 2. "A Tree Grows in Trinity"
Disc 1, Side A Disc 1 3. "Eye of the Beholder"
Disc 1, Side B Disc 1 4. "Damned if You Don't"
Disc 3, Side A Disc 5 4. "Potato Boy"
Disc 1, Side B Disc 2 1. "Dead to the World"
Disc 1, Side B Disc 2 2. "Meet the Beetles"
Disc 1, Side B Disc 2 3. "Strong Arm of the Law"
Disc 2, Side B Disc 4 3. "To Hell and Back"
Disc 2, Side B Disc 4 2. "The Beast Within"
Disc 2, Side A Disc 2 1. "Rebirth"
Disc 3, Side B Disc 6 1. "Ring of Fire"
Disc 2, Side A Disc 3 2. "Resurrector"
Disc 2, Side A Disc 3 3. "Inhumanitas"
Disc 2, Side A Disc 3 4. "The Plague Sower"
Disc 2, Side B Disc 3 1. "Doctor Death Takes a Holiday"
Disc 2, Side B Disc 4 4. "Learning to Crawl"
Disc 3, Side B Disc 6 2. "Echo of Your Last Goodbye"
Disc 3, Side B Disc 6 3. "Strangler"
Disc 3, Side A Disc 4 1. "Triangle"
Disc 3, Side A Disc 5 2. "The Buck Stops Here"
Disc 3, Side A Disc 5 3. "Requiem"

Award nominations[edit]

Year Award Result Category Recipient
1996 Saturn Award Nominated Best Genre Television Series
Artios Award Nominated Best Casting for TV, Dramatic Pilot Marc Hirschfeld, Michael A. Katcher, and Meg Liberman
Cinema Audio Society Awards Nominated Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for a Television Series John Asman, Sam Black, David E. Fluhr, and Richard Van Dyke (For episode "Damned If You Don't")
Emmy Award Nominated Outstanding Individual Achievement in Sound Mixing for a Drama Series John Asman, Sam Black, David E. Fluhr, and Richard Van Dyke (For episode "Damned If You Don't")
1997 YoungStar Awards Nominated Best Performance by a Young Actor in a Drama TV Series Lucas Black

References[edit]

  1. ^ "American Gothic Episodes". TV Guide. Retrieved February 28, 2014. 

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