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|Country of origin||USA|
|No. of seasons||1|
|No. of episodes||13 (6 aired)|
|Running time||approx. 50 minutes|
|Original network||The WB|
|Original release||August 14– September 25, 2001|
Dead Last is an American drama-comedy-fantasy television series, produced by Warner Bros., and aired on The WB in fall 2001. It starred Sara Downing as Jane Cahill, Tyler Labine as Scotty Sallback, and Kett Turton as Vaughn Parrish. The series ran for one season with 13 episodes produced, but only 6 episodes were aired by The WB before the series was cancelled.
The general plot was of the three members of a fictional band called "The Problem", who find a magical amulet that allows them to see and talk to ghosts. Each episode featured the trio helping the ghosts that they encountered in order for the ghosts to move on to the next world – much to their annoyance. Much of the humour of the series came from the Problem wanting to develop their career instead of helping ghosts. Since no one else can see them, they often come across as insane.
|No.||Title ||Directed by ||Original air date||Prod.
|1||"Pilot"||Randall Miller||August 14, 2001||226988|
|2||"Heebee Geebee's"||Kevin Dowling||August 21, 2001||226957|
|3||"Death Is in the Air"||James Cox||August 28, 2001||226962|
|4||"The Mulravian Candidate"||D. V. DeVincentis||September 4, 2001||226961|
|5||"Teen Spirit"||James Cox||Unaired||226954|
|Note: Originally scheduled to air on September 11, 2001, but was preempted by coverage of the September 11 attacks.|
|6||"The Problem with Corruption"||Bob Balaban||September 18, 2001||226960|
|7||"To Serve, with Love"||Tim Hunter||September 25, 2001||226998|
|8||"Gastric Distress"||Bryan Gordon||Unaired||226955|
|Note: This was the next episode scheduled to air before the series was cancelled.|
|9||"He Who Smelt It"||Kevin Dowling||Unaired||226951|
|10||"Laughlin It Up"||Bob Balaban||Unaired||226952|
|11||"Jane's Exit"||Matthew Harrison||Unaired||226953|
|12||"The Crawford Touch"||James Cox||Unaired||226956|
|13||"Live and Amulet Die"||Kevin Dowling||Unaired||226959|
- The New York Times Archived December 1, 2013, at the Wayback Machine.
- The A.V. Club
- From the United States Copyright Office catalog: "Public Catalog – Copyright Catalog (1978 to present) – Basic Search [search 'Title': "Dead last"]". United States Copyright Office. Retrieved 2016-09-02.
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