A newspaper journalist has strange visions which help him in the solving of crimes.
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Series cast summary:
Louis Del Grande Louis Del Grande ...  Louis Ciccone / ... 43 episodes, 1981-1987
Janet-Laine Green ...  Heather Redfern 43 episodes, 1981-1987
Martha Gibson Martha Gibson ...  Marge Ciccone / ... 43 episodes, 1981-1987
Frank Adamson ...  Sergeant Brown / ... 32 episodes, 1981-1987
Ivan Beaulieu Ivan Beaulieu ...  Jason / ... 30 episodes, 1981-1987
Lynne Gordon Lynne Gordon ...  Anna Ciccone 26 episodes, 1981-1987
Al Bernardo Al Bernardo ...  Alberto Ciccone 25 episodes, 1981-1987
Murray Westgate Murray Westgate ...  Max Perkins / ... 23 episodes, 1981-1987
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Louis Ciccone is a reporter for the Toronto Gazette, but life's given him a forced side activity. This is due to his inconvenient power as a postcognitive, a person who is able to see visions of past events. These visions are always related to a murder of a person he encounters by happenstance. While he cannot control these visions or trigger them voluntarily, they do provide vital leads and clues that allow him to investigate the crime. This leads him into the strangest situations as he investigates them Written by Kenneth Chisholm <kchishol@execulink.com>

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When this series was rerun on the Canadian cable network Showcase in the mid-1990s, the network chose to precede each episode with a disclaimer advising viewers that the series - produced only a few years earlier - "does not necessarily depict" the way relationships between men and women were treated in the 1990s. This politically correct disclaimer was roundly criticized by viewers and the media, and was eventually dropped by the network. See more »

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Yes, please.
17 January 2011 | by chaunce_sSee all my reviews

Dear Canada, please do something productive and get Seeing Things out for the world to enjoy.

I remember being a young lad just south of the border (Candain border) and enjoying this show as a ripping young red-blooded American lad. I think if Canada doesn't come through on this for me, I will stop leaving cookies on St. Blogasoat Eve for all the French-Canadian mimes so they won't stay "stuck in the box."

Beyond that, well, I feel strongly that Canada, a once well-meaning nation, has lost touch with the ticklebone. Why, I remember those cold winter nights in Minnesota thinking that Toronto was an enclave of ethnic diversity -- even back in the early 80s.

Canada - please obey.


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English

Release Date:

15 September 1981 (Canada) See more »

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Filming Locations:

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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