"The Andromeda Strain"
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"The Andromeda Strain" (2008) More at IMDbPro »

Season: 1
Year: 2008

Season 1

Season 1, Episode 1: Episode #1.1

26 May 2008
Workaholic Dr. Jeremy Stone has to initialize the top-secret national emergency plan he devices in a facility also planned by him when a mysterious, viciously rapid disease strikes a Utah backwater, actually after a small meteorite strike. His small team of scientists and specialized military doesn't realize one of them is in league with the infamous general George W. Mancheck, whose top-secret project is somehow entangled with the plague.

Benjamin Bratt ... Dr. Jeremy Stone

Eric McCormack ... Jack Nash

Christa Miller ... Dr. Angela Noyce

Daniel Dae Kim ... Dr. Tsi Chou

Viola Davis ... Dr. Charlene Barton

Louis Ferreira ... Colonel James C. Ferrus (as Justin Louis)

Barry Flatman ... Charles 'Chuck' Beeter

Ted Whittall ... President William J. Scott

Ted Atherton ... Edward 'Ed' Dewitt

Tom McBeath ... Kyle Tobler

Ricky Schroder ... Major Bill Keane MD

Andre Braugher ... General George W. Mancheck

Jesse Moss ... Jeff Megan

Magda Apanowicz ... Suzie Travis

Kurt Max Runte ... Sherriff Martin Willis

Kurt Evans ... Lt. Roger Shawn

Panou ... Lt. Lewis Crane

Anna Galvin ... Lisa Stone
Michal Suchánek ... Lance Stone

Jonathan Potts ... Pat Terrence

Adrian Holmes ... Sam Barton

Candus Churchill ... Sophie Derabond
Ava Salomon ... Sarah Scott

Emily Holmes ... Joanne Scott

Graeme Duffy ... Wheezer

Daniel Bacon ... Spokesperson

Fred Keating ... Charles Henderson

Stacee Copeland ... Henderson's Secretary

Juan Carlos Velis ... Roach

David Ross ... Hank Benedict

Douglas O'Keeffe ... Highway Patrol Officer

Tom Butler ... Colonel Scott Arnold

Nels Lennarson ... George the Guard

Chris Bradford ... Wildfire Comms

Biski Gugushe ... Sgt. George

Matthew Smalley ... Private Brooks

Aaron Junior Turner ... Private Connors

Teach Grant ... Morgue Attendant
Bart Anderson ... Al Ritter

Denise Galik ... Annie Dillon
Donna Soares ... Korean Nurse
Calvin Lee ... Korean Major
Michale Ascher ... Sally Conover

Nicola Anderson ... Lt. Amy Deacon
Roman Podhora ... General Blair
Cory Dagg ... General Michaelson
Katie Pezarro ... Chinese Girl (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: Episode #1.2

27 May 2008
The plague-bringing 'meteorite' is found, actually a military satellite from general Manchek's top-secret project. Dr. Jeremy Stone's team works out the virulent organism found on it has 'alien' properties, yet its anatomy suggests lab-design. Tests on it and survivors study reveal radiation would only strengthen it, just before an atomic bomb is to be dropped, but the pilot is affected by the now bird of prey-spread organism.

Season 1, Episode 3: Episode #1.3

Dr. Jeremy Stone's team desperately examines the staggeringly rapid and radical mutations of the Andromeda organism, which thus obtains carriers and eats trough anything, even the pilot's breathing pipe so as to accidentally cause the atomic bomb to be dropped after all. At first sight purely academic speculation ranging from philosophy to astro-biology combined with observing the temporary survivors yield crucial findings of the sulfuric acid-based enemy. The organism is constructed, communicating like an ants army. Pountless detail in its design puzzles them, until the idea of a messenger function is varied to the organism being the medium, readable in ASCII because sent from the future. Meanwhile the military-political cover up plot thickens, and reporter Nash escapes.

Season 1, Episode 4: Episode #1.4

Dr. Jeremy Stone's team successfully tests the bacteria-based cure, then decides to destroy all samples, fearing for communication, while racing against time to produce enough while the pest spreads. The military-political conspirators however blackmail a member to keep one, which frees itself and thus starts the auto-destruct, which proves extremely hard to shut down. Meanwhile escaped reporter Nash is chased by troops and the cover-up continues after the organism is eradicated.

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