Adam MacArthur disappeared in the Bermuda Triangle 50 years ago. Now he has escaped and has come back to help steer Earth away from a path of destruction. He travels the U.S. helping the ...
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Adam MacArthur disappeared in the Bermuda Triangle 50 years ago. Now he has escaped and has come back to help steer Earth away from a path of destruction. He travels the U.S. helping the right people put their lives on track, all the while being pursued by government agents and the aliens that abducted him. Written by
TV series was the first to feature a parallel Web show, creating a "two screen entertainment experience". The internet show featured the same actors, a shared team of writers and was created by Razorfish founder and film producer Richard D. Titus. See more »
This series is just awful on all accounts. The acting for one is terrible. Adam, or whats-his-name looks like an idiot and that "I have to save humanity from itself"-cliché is very, very thin. The bad guys are just so unconvincing and stupid and feeble that it hurts to watch. Adam can just walk into a ultra-security installation conducting ultra-security experiments and steal an ultra-powerful crysal and not get a scratch, suuure. And then it is the bad guys habit of just half-surrounding the building Adam is in and not sending in troops to catch him so he can conveniently escape. Juck. Then there is how everyone just seems to LOVE Adam. Take the FBI guys for example, always taking his side. Another example: the wife of that scientist who was sending a device to listen to the aliens into space. Adam walks into her house during her son's birthday and poses as a magician. Then she finds out he is a dangerous man talking about aliens and then disappears. Then her husband gets into a car crash and she blames the men he works for and embraces Adam!!!! Come on! Also, those annoying kids, like the teenage boy in the first episode, who Adam helps and becomes their hero or somthing. Juck. Stay well away from this series.
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