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The Invaders This show aired from 67-68 and was cancelled after one and a half seasons. A pre-Internet urban legend (of the missing show kind) has circulated about a hypothetical final episode of the original series. According to that, David Vincent finally manages to convince the authorities and the mainstream of the Invaders' plans, and a massive invasion attempt is successfully thwarted. However, the final scene shows Vincent speaking through a transmitter to a different species of space invaders, to tell them that the coast was now clear. I like this idea of Vincent's fight having taken place in his position as a mercenary of the second alien race. Sounds like an idea Rod Serling would have come up with!
Tags: the  invaders  roy  thinnes  david  vincent  sci-fi  abc  television  series 
Added: 29th July 2008
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Posted by: Steve on 2008-07-30 
We watched this with our parents back then, this was a good show!
Posted by: Naomi on 2008-07-30 
It was a good show. It was produced by Quinn Martin, who also gave us The Fugitive. I'm so sick (and tired) of all the reality shows on tv. Every night I'm constantly on the lookout for reruns of the old shows. Thank goodness for TV Land!
Posted by: donmac101 on 2008-07-30 
Don't you just hate it when you get into a show only to have it cancelled before it ends? I watched the Invaders and was a tad hacked off when it just stopped, a bit like what they did to Firefly.
Posted by: Cathy on 2008-07-30 
I vaguely remember the show but I remember watching and enjoying it (of course I was a very young child).

So many of my favorite new shows got canceled this year. They sure aren't giving anything a chance unless its real cheap to produce like those darn reality shows.
Posted by: eric1957 on 2008-08-15 
There was a late 90's version that the Sci-fi channel runs occasionaly. Also network executives today don't have the patience as TV executives had in the past. Thank god for cable.
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