Twice in a Lifetime (TV series)

Twice in a Lifetime is a television series from 1999 to 2001.

The series was created by Steve Sohmer. A key concept to the series was that each episode featured a different guest star in the leading role, while series regulars played a supporting role.

The series centered around an individual who had reached the end of their life in one timeline, and due to circumstances seen by their advocate or the judge, been given 3 days to travel into their past and convince their younger self to make a different choice at a pivotal point to affect a different outcome.

Season One featured Gordie Brown as Mr. Jones, and Paul Popowich played the role of Mr Smith in Season Two. Al Waxman, who played Judge Othniel, died shortly before the end of the series.

Andrew Airlie, Daniel Baldwin, Corbin Bernsen, Yannick Bisson, Richard Burgi, Gordon Currie, Patrick Duffy, Ron Glass, Kate Jackson, Steve Landesberg, Cloris Leachman, Dale Midkiff, Donna Mills, Martin Mull, Michelle Phillips, Kim Poirier, Markie Post, John Schneider, Janaya Stephens, and Reginald VelJohnson, were among the guest stars on Twice In a Lifetime.

The Canadian-produced series aired on CTV in Canada and Pax in the United States.

Ten episodes were directed by scifi veteran David Winning; including The Trouble with Harry, Moonshine Over Harlem and It's a Hard Knock Life.

Veteran television producer Barney Rosenzweig (Charlie's Angels, Cagney and Lacey) oversaw the first season of Twice.


Season 1

Season 2

DVD Release

Video Service Corp has released 2 Volume collections of Twice in a Lifetime, with each volume featuring 2 episodes.

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