The New Alfred Hitchcock Presents is an American anthology series that aired on NBC from 1985 to 1986, and on the USA Network from 1987 to 1989. The series is an updated re-imagining of the classic 1955 series Alfred Hitchcock Presents.
On a foggy night a woman is at home alone with a killer on the loose in the area.
A man that a woman has been a pen pal with for some years escapes from prison.
A detective must solve a murder that took place during a seance.
A writer finds something unexpected when he returns home to his estate.
A self-centered New York city cab driver tries to pick up a model.
Some Wall Street brokers devise a scheme to make their first million.
An established artist taking credit for his wife's work pays for his deceit.
A writer of mystery stories imagines there are devious things going on at her new neighbor's house.
A woman with split personalities lives in terror after someone is murdered at the door steps of her apartment building.
A man tries to blackmail a high society woman for something she did when she was in college.
A man confined to a wheelchair after a racing car accident abuses those around him.
A man who drinks and drives hits a woman and leaves her for dead.
A biochemical scientist looking for a breakthrough discovery is only interested in becoming rich and famous so will take the discovery any way he can get it.
Sometime in the future, a brilliant scientist who is not very good with woman creates a cyborg to do the romancing for him.
Superspy James... drops in on a resort. His mission is to retrieve a statue before the Soviets do. Any one or more of the eccentric guests at the resort may be the Soviet agent(s).
Just after returning from the Orient, Watson is kidnapped and it is up to Sherlock Holmes to find him.
A reporter is assigned to cover a concert for rock stars Adam Lust and The Vampires who are debuting a new album.
A man wakes in a hotel room with amnesia and a headache.
Seven Vietnam veterans gather annually to recall their leader's death.
An actor is a victim of mistaken identity.