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Global Frequency (2005)

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The Global Frequency is an independent, illegal, covert intelligence agency determined to prevent international politics from undermining the security of the global community. Led by the ... See full summary »



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Credited cast:
Sean Flynn
Dr. Katrina "Kate" Finch
Brian Jensen ...
Richard Jenkins (Radioactive Man)
Oscar Cergeyev
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Nadia Kretchin
Liz McKenna


The Global Frequency is an independent, illegal, covert intelligence agency determined to prevent international politics from undermining the security of the global community. Led by the former NSA agent Miranda Zero, GF is everywhere and nowhere - and it's mankind's best defense against everything that occurs outside our peripheral vision. This marvel of brains and machinery is hacked into every satellite, mainframe, cell phone and database across the globe. With the help of her central command dispatcher, the feisty but brilliant Aleph, Zero is just a phone call away from tapping anyone anywhere to volunteer their skills to help save the world. GF's newest "recruit," suspended cop Sean Flynn, is paired with introverted Kate Finch, a mastermind of the scientific inner workings of the covert network. Written by CaptainStigmata

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There are rumors of a conspiracy called the Global Frequency. A group of spies, experts, and ordinary people... They save us from threats that no one else sees or understands. The Global Frequency is real.







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Good Premise, Decent Acting
15 August 2005 | by (Atlanta, GA, USA) – See all my reviews

There are dangers in our world of which we are completely unaware. The intelligence agencies of the world won't cross national borders. We're in trouble. Thank goodness, there is the Global Frequency.

The idea behind this show is a super secret organization exists and its operatives work outside the nation loyalties to stop horrible things from happening. Our hero gets drawn into this world by finding a half a body and chooses to answer the body's ringing "cell phone." In the course of the story, our hero meets the "hot female scientist (who hides her beauty with a hair bun and thick horn rimmed glasses)," does important (if not obvious) detective work, and saves the day. While our hero is on the ground, the leader of the Global Frequency kicks butt as she breaks into a prison and extracts needed information from a political prisoner held there. There is a certain amount of cliché in this story, but it's a fun ride.

I found this show on a CD left in the computer lab. It seems to be a pilot for a series, but there are no credits on the copy I found. I'd like to know more about the actors and the show. It is a great set up for a series and I'd like to see more of it.

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