In the thrilling series finale, Johnny's visions of Walt lead to a shocking discovery about Johnny's dad as secrets from the past are revealed.
Johnny and Sheriff Turner's lives are on the line as they pursue two separate criminal investigations that lead them both back to Walt.
In jail for a crime he didn't commit, Johnny risks everything to run from the law and try to prevent his psychic friend Alex Sinclair from being murdered.
During a visit with Bruce, Johnny is struck with a vision of a valuable filly being stolen on the eve of a big horse race.
Faith and truth collide as Johnny is thrust into a murder investigation of a young missing woman.
Johnny has to race against the clock to prevent a massive explosion from ripping apart the regional bus station.
A serious case of appendicitis sends Johnny into another coma, and this time it's up to Sarah to save his life.
After Johnny boards a train for some much-needed relaxation, he has a vision of a woman thrown to her death and soon falls for the intriguing beauty.
When Johnny has disturbing visions of a man buried alive, he must overcome his differences with Sheriff Turner in the hopes of saving the man's life.
Johnny's visions inadvertently lead him to reexamine a ten-year-old murder case and his current relationship with his teenaged son, JJ.
Johnny must try to set aside his personal distrust of Vice President Stillson in an effort to prevent a national disaster.
When Johnny meets the new sheriff of Cleaves Mills, he envisions her shooting a local psychiatrist and launches an investigation despite her objections.
Johnny is struck by visions of friends in danger, but is unable to prevent a shocking tragedy that will change his life forever.
In the season finale, Johnny is witness to Janus' secret plot to assassinate the Vice President in order to move Stillson one step closer to the White House.
Johnny and Walt must rescue a newly pregnant Sarah from the kidnapper known as the Collector, who has returned seeking revenge.
The arrival of a mysterious young woman from Rev. Purdy's past raises new questions for Johnny about the minister's character.
Christopher Walken wakes from a coma due to a car accident, only to find he has lost five years of his life, and yet gained psychic powers. Foreseeing the future appears to be a gift at first, but ends up causing problems...
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