Science Fiction version of Groundhog Day..
12:01 is a 1993 television film directed by Jack Sholder, and starring Helen Slater, Jonathan Silverman, Jeremy Piven, and Martin Landau. It originally aired on the Fox Network in the United States.
It is an adaptation of Richard Lupoff's short story "12:01 PM," published in the December 1973, issue of The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction. The story had previously been adapted into an 1990 Academy Award nominated short film starring Kurtwood Smith.
Expanding on the original's premise of a one hour time loop, this version saw the main character reliving the same 24-hour period, which would restart at one minute past midnight (rather than midday as in the other versions).
Lowly clerk Barry Thomas is very interested in his co-worker and scientist Lisa Fredericks who barely notices him. That night Barry witnesses her death in a drive-by shooting as he heads home from work. Much later as he laments her death, he receives an electrical shock at exactly midnight. The next morning he...