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Others

Others may refer to:

Contents

  • Film 1
  • Television 2
  • Music 3
  • Literature 4
  • See also 5

Film

Television

  • Others (Lost), mysterious inhabitants of a strange island in the South Pacific in the television series Lost
  • The Others (TV series), a 2000 horror series
  • "The Others", a season 4 episode of the TV series Andromeda
  • The Others, the Ancients who have achieved Ascension in the Stargate universe

Music

Literature

  • The Others (novel), the first book of a 1990–1993 trilogy by Margaret Wander Bonanno
  • Others: A Magazine of the New Verse, a literary magazine edited by Alfred Kreymborg
  • Others (Night Watch), a fictional group of people with supernatural abilities in Sergey Lukyanenko's Watches novel pentalogy
  • Others, a 1999 novel by James Herbert
  • The Others, a reference to Cro-Magnon peoples in Jean M. Auel's Earth's Children series
  • The Others, a group of allies of Aquaman in comics, introduced in 2012 and featured in a 2014 series.

See also

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