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     Seven days premiered in 10.7.98 on UPN as a two hour pilot movie and began its regular run the next week on Thursday nights at 8pm in California. A lead in to ST: Voyager. The show has done well finding its own audience quickly.

 

 

 

 

 

     The plot follows a secret branch of the United States' National Security Agency who have developed a time travelling device based upon alien technology found at Roswell. As the opening of the show says, the Chronosphere, or Backstep Sphere, sends "one human being back in time seven days" to avert disasters. The show's name refers to the fact that the Backstep Project can only backstep seven days because of limitations imposed by the fuel source and its reactor. As the fuel source is limited, there is a strict mandate that they only Backstep for events relating to "National Security". The backstep team and the equipment are stationed in a base called Never Never Land, which is in a secret location somewhere in the desert of Nevada.

 

 

 

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     Project Backstep was initiated by the National Security Agency (NSA) after the Roswell incident of 1947. The crashed alien saucer was taken to a secret base called "Never Never Land" (inspired by Groom Lake in Area 51, nicknamed in real-life as "Dreamland") in the Nevada Desert where it was reverse-engineered 

 

 

 

    Three seasons of Seven Days were produced. All three seasons have been shown in North America, while the BBC broadcast the first season in the United Kingdom. There are currently no plans to release the entire series on DVD and/or Blu-ray from Paramount Home Entertainment and CBS Home Entertainment.

 

 

 

 

Jonathan LaPaglia
Don Franklin
Justina Vail
Nick Searcy
Sam Whipple
Alan Scarfe
Norman Loyd
Jenna Lyn Ward
Frank Parker
Captain Mike Donavan
Dr. Olga Vucavich
Nathan Ramsey
Dr. John Ballard,
Talmadge, the boss
Dr. Issac Mentor
Parker's ex-wife

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Season 1 

1 1-01 101 07/Oct/98  Pilot (1) 
2 1-02 102 07/Oct/98  Pilot (2) 
3 1-03 104 14/Oct/98  The Gettysburg Virus 
4 1-04 105 21/Oct/98  Come Again? 
5 1-05 103 28/Oct/98  Vows 
6 1-06 106 04/Nov/98  Doppleganger (1) 
7 1-07 107 11/Nov/98  Doppleganger (2) 
8 1-08 108 18/Nov/98  Shadow Play 
9 1-09 109 25/Nov/98  As Time Goes By 
10 1-10 110 16/Dec/98 Sleepers 
11 1-11 111 27/Jan/99 HAARP Attack 
12 1-12 112 03/Feb/99 Last Card Up 
13 1-13 113 10/Feb/99 Last Breath 
14 1-14 114 24/Feb/99 Parkergeist 
15 1-15 115 03/Mar/99 Daddy's Girl 
16 1-16 116 31/Mar/99 There's Something About Olga 
17 1-17 117 21/Apr/99  A Dish Best Served Cold 
18 1-18 118 05/May/99 Vegas Heist 
19 1-19 119 12/May/99 EBEs 
20 1-20 120 19/May/99 Walter 
21 1-21 121 26/May/99 Lifeboat 

Season 2 

22 2-01 201 29/Sep/99 The Football 
23 2-02 202 06/Oct/99 Pinball Wizard 
24 2-03 203 13/Oct/99 Parker.com 
25 2-04 204 20/Oct/99 For the Children 
26 2-05 205 03/Nov/99 Two Weddings and a Funeral 
27 2-06 206 10/Nov/99 Walk Away 
28 2-07 207 17/Nov/99 Sister's Keeper 
29 2-08 208 24/Nov/99 The Collector 
30 2-09 209 15/Dec/99 Love and Other Disasters 
31 2-10 210 05/Jan/00 The Devil and the Deep Blue Sea 
32 2-11 211 12/Jan/00 Time Gremlin 
33 2-12 212 09/Feb/00 Buried Alive 
34 2-13 213 16/Feb/00 The Backstepper's Apprentice 
35 2-14 214 23/Feb/00 Deja Vu All Over Again 
36 2-15 215 01/Mar/00 Space Station Down 
37 2-16 216 22/Mar/00 The Cuban Missile 
38 2-17 217 05/Apr/00 X-35 Needs Changing 
39 2-18 218 19/Apr/00 Brother, Can You Spare a Bomb? 
40 2-19 219 26/Apr/00 Pope Parker 
41 2-20 220 03/May/00 Witch Way to the Prom 
42 2-21 221 10/May/00 Mr. Donovan's Neighborhood 
43 2-22 222 17/May/00 Playmates and Presidents 
44 2-23 223 24/May/00 The Cure 

Season 3 

45 3-01 301 11/Oct/00 Stairway to Heaven 
46 3-02 302 18/Oct/00 Peacekeepers 
47 3-03 303 25/Oct/00 Rhino 
48 3-04 304 01/Nov/00 The Dunwych Madness 
49 3-05 305 08/Nov/00 Olga's Excellent Vacation 
50 3-06 306 15/Nov/00 Deloris Demands 
51 3-07 307 22/Nov/00 The Fire Last Time 
52 3-08 308 20/Dec/00 Tracker 
53 3-09 309 03/Jan/01 Top Dog 
54 3-10 310 10/Jan/01 Adam & Eve & Adam 
55 3-11 311 31/Jan/01 Head Case 
56 3-12 312 07/Feb/01 Raven 
57 3-13 313 14/Feb/01 The First Freshman 
58 3-14 314 21/Feb/01 Revelation 
59 3-15 315 28/Feb/01 Crystal Blue Persuasion 
60 3-16 316 21/Mar/01 Empty Quiver 
61 3-17 317 28/Mar/01 Kansas 
62 3-18 318 04/Apr/01 The Final Countdown 
63 3-19 319 08/May/01 The Brink 
64 3-20 320 15/May/01 Sugar Mountain 
65 3-21 321 22/May/01 Born in the USSR 
66 3-22 322 29/May/01 Live: From Death Row

 

 

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