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List of Dark Shadows (1991) episodes

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List of Dark Shadows (1991) episodes

List of episodes

No. Title Writer Director Original airdate
1 "Episode One (Pilot)" Dan Curtis, Steve Feke, Hall Powell, and Bill Taub Dan Curtis January 13, 1991 (1991-01-13)
Convinced of an old Collins family legend of buried treasure, Handyman Willie Loomis accidentally releases vampire Barnabas Collins from his tomb. Barnabas introduces himself as a distant relative from England and begins to romance Victoria Winters, the new governess at Collinwood Manor. At the same time, the town of Collinsport is being upset by a series of deadly attacks.
2 "Episode Two" Jon Boorstin Dan Curtis January 14, 1991 (1991-01-14)
After being bitten by Barnabas, Daphne Collins dies and rises a vampire. Dr. Julia Hoffman discovers Barnabas's secret and offers to cure him of his curse.
3 "Episode Three" Jon Boorstin Dan Curtis January 14, 1991 (1991-01-14)
Dr. Julia Hoffman experiments to cure Barnabas of his vampirism. Professor Michael Woodard attempts to uncover the identity of the vampire.
4 "Episode Four" Dan Curtis, Steve Feke and Sam Hall Dan Curtis January 18, 1991 (1991-01-18)
The ghost of Sarah Collins leads Victoria to her diary. An evil apparition of Angelique (nemesis from the past) begins to haunt Barnabas.
5 "Episode Five" Matthew Hall Armand Mastroianni January 25, 1991 (1991-01-25)
Learning of Barnabas’ affection for Victoria, a jealous Dr. Hoffman decides to sabotage the progress of the cure for Barnabas.
6 "Episode Six" Jon Boorstin, Steve Feke Dan Curtis February 1, 1991 (1991-02-01)
When a séance is held to contact the spirit of Sara, Victoria mysteriously vanishes. In her place appears a stranger from 1790.
7 "Episode Seven" Jon Boorstin Paul Lynch February 8, 1991 (1991-02-08)
Transported to the year 1790, Victoria meets the residents of Collinwood and becomes a tutor for Daniel and Sara Collins. Abigail Collins suspects Victoria of sorcery.
8 "Episode Eight" Linda Campanelli, William Gray and Shelly Moore Dan Curtis February 15, 1991 (1991-02-15)
A jealous Angelique uses witchcraft to prevent the marriage of Barnabas and Josette Du Pres. A deadly duel ensues.
9 "Episode Nine" Matthew Hall Rob Bowman March 1, 1991 (1991-03-01)
Josette Du Pres accuses Barnabas Collins of killing her true love. Abigail Collins enlists the aid of Reverend Trask to have Victoria Winters jailed for witchcraft.
10 "Episode Ten" Linda Campanelli, Shelly Moore Rob Bowman March 8, 1991 (1991-03-08)
The Collins Family mourns the apparent death of Barnabas as they move into the new Collinwood mansion. Barnabas rises as vampire.
11 "Episode Eleven" Matthew Hall, Linda Campanelli, William Gray, and Shelly Moore Mark Sobel March 15, 1991 (1991-03-15)
Victoria’s witchcraft trial begins. Angelique’s spirit seeks to prevent Barnabas from making Josette his vampire bride.
12 "Episode Twelve" Linda Campanelli, William Gray, and Shelly Moore Mark Sobel March 22, 1991 (1991-03-22)
Barnabas’ vampirism is discovered. Peter Bradford attempts to save Victoria from being hanged as a witch.

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