9 items from 2014
In the "Intelligence" episode, "Size Matters," Cybercom investigates microscopic robots that are infecting and killing artificial-intelligence scientists. It's a crime that might hit rather close to home for someone like Gabriel (Josh Holloway).
Does Gabriel count as artificial intelligence? Could he be a target as well?
Something seems to be worrying Gabriel, whether he is a target or not.
Is this one of Gabriel's projections, or are the flying machines real somehow?
Riley and Gabriel go out in the field to find the source of the killer robots.
The "Intelligence" episode, "Size Matters" airs Monday (Feb. 17) at 10 p.m. Et/Pt on CBS. »
Dr. Cassidy isn’t looking too good in this clip from tonight’s episode of Intelligence. In fact, as you’ll see below, he’s less than confident about his survival chances after being infected by microscopic robots that have been unleashed upon leading artificial intelligence scientists like himself.
Can Gabriel and Co. band together to save him? Or will the good doc’s goodbyes truly be his last moments with those he cares about? All will be revealed in the episode, titled “Size Matters, airing tonight at 10 p.m. Et. In the meantime, check out a moving scene featuring Dr. »
- Sandra Gonzalez
Hostages was a big ratings disappointment for CBS. They're hoping that their new Intelligence series will perform much better. Will it be cancelled or become a hit? Stay tuned!
On Intelligence, Gabriel Vaughn (Josh Holloway) is a high-tech intelligence operative who's been enhanced with a super-computer microchip in his brain. It allows him to be connected directly into the global information grid. Other castmembers include Marg Helgenberger, Meghan Ory, Michael Rady, John Billingsley, P. J. Byrne, Tomas Arana, Lance Reddick, and Peter Coyote.
The ratings are typically the best indication of a show's likelihood of staying on the air. The higher the ratings (particularly the 18-49 demo), the better the chances for survival. This chart will be updated as new ratings data becomes available -- usually the next day, around 11:30am Est/8:30am Pst. Refresh to see the latest.
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Episodes: Ongoing (hour)
TV show dates: January 7, 2014 -- Tbd
Series status: Has not been cancelled
TV show description:
In this dramatic thriller, Gabriel Vaughn (Josh Holloway) is a high-tech intelligence operative who's been enhanced with a super-computer microchip in his brain. He's the first human ever to be connected directly into the global information grid and have complete access to Internet, WiFi, telephone, and satellite data. He can hack into any data center and access key intelligence in the fight to protect the United States from its enemies.
Leading the elite government cyber-security agency that was created to support him is Director Lillian Strand (Marg Helgenberger). »
"Intelligence," premiering Tuesday, Jan. 7, on CBS, looks at the new gray area where man meets machine.
In the set for a high-tech government facility built on the Disney lot in Burbank, Calif., evidence is examined in hopes of catching someone targeting scientists. Leading the analysis is former Special Forces operative Gabriel Vaughn (Josh Holloway), who has a supercomputer microchip in his brain.
Eyeing him is one of the potential targets, a tech executive named Bryce, who has a big interest in the intersection of the organic and the electronic.
He wonders just how human Gabriel still is, and Gabriel assures him he's very human. Bryce is skeptical, and when Gabriel asks the exec what he thinks he is, Bryce replies, "The future."
Taking a break in another corner of the set, Holloway -- in his first TV series since playing Sawyer on "Lost" -- tells Zap2it, "When I read this material, »
CBS’s “Intelligence” is going for smart & sexy but too often ends up silly. “Lost” star Josh Holloway casts a charismatic shadow but his character is a cipher in the premiere, a walking computer chip that lacks the personality for a show like this to work.
However, it’s not hard to see “Intelligence” developing a loyal following a la another “Lost” alum show, “Person of Interest,” which also features a relatively blank lead. Sometimes the concept is enough and “Intelligence” may be just barely smart enough to be a hit.
Television Rating: 3.0/5.0
Holloway plays Gabriel, a legendary intelligence operative who gets a super-computer microchip implanted in his brain. Before you go, “Hey, isn’t that the plot of Chuck,” you should know that this is no database. Gabriel is a walking, Active computer, which means he can see when plane manifests are updated and, theoretically, search the internet for any piece of information needed. »
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On TV this Tuesday: Cougar Town kicks off a grape great new season; Justified, the Liars and Ravenswood get going again; Intelligence and Killer Women make dangerous look pretty and a S.H.I.E.L.D. agent gets some answers about the afterlife. As a supplement to TVLine’s original features (linked within), here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
- Kimberly Roots
“Intelligence” bills its technically enhanced hero as “the next evolution of intelligence,” but the series itself feels like a throwback — and a comfortable, well-constructed one at that. “Lost’s” Josh Holloway provides a welcome dose of humanity as the however-many-million-dollar man, a covert agent plugged directly into the information grid, essentially putting the entire Internet at his fingertips. With Meghan Ory as his Dr. Watson and Marg Helgenberger as the boss, this feels like a show developed when computers were the size of a refrigerator, but it’s also the sort that, if maintained properly, could run a long time on CBS.
Basically another way to reboot a secret agent story for the 21st century, the premiere describes Holloway’s Gabriel as “this generation’s Manhattan Project,” designed to tackle threats working for something called U.S. Cyber Command, presumably because Uncle and Shield were already taken.
While Gabriel might »
- Brian Lowry
Intelligence Title Sequence, Bts, Featurette, Promo, Synopsis. CBS‘ Intelligence (2013) TV show trailer title sequence, Bts Featurette from episode 1, ‘The Science of Singularity’ featurette, ‘They Aren’t Lost Anymore’ TV promo stars Meghan Ory, Josh Holloway, Michael Benyaer, John Billingsley, and P.J. Byrne. Intelligence‘s plot synopsis: “Intelligence is a [...]
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- Rollo Tomasi
9 items from 2014
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