The television series Mission: Impossible was created by Bruce Geller. The original series premiered on the CBS network in September 1966 and consisted of 171 one-hour episodes running over seven seasons before ending in March 1973. A remake of the series premiered on the ABC network in October 1988 and consisted of 35 episodes running over two abbreviated seasons before ending in February 1990. This article lists episodes from both series, including both broadcast order and production order, which often differed considerably.
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