A government scientist and his tough attractive FBI handler try to save people from deadly scientific experiments, poisoners, rare diseases and environmental hazards.
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 Dr. Jacob Hood (18 episodes, 2008-2009)
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 Rachel Young (18 episodes, 2008-2009)
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A government scientist and his tough attractive FBI handler try to save people from deadly scientific experiments, poisoners, rare diseases and environmental hazards.

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Brave the new world.


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The opening graphics show a clock's second hand clicking to the 11, which would make it the 55th second, not the 11th hour. See more »

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Referenced in Séries express: Episode #2.5 (2008) See more »

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Excellent show
20 April 2009 | by (Dundee, Scotland) – See all my reviews

'Eleventh Hour' is a new show to UK screens but, so far, I'm liking what I'm seeing. Based on the same premise as a British show of the same name, this show centres around Doctor Jacob Hood, a gifted science adviser to the FBI who investigates cases with heavy science implications. Assigned as his bodyguard is FBI Special Agent Rachel Young, who ensures Hood's safety and also has to reel him in when he goes off on a tangent.

Part of what makes this such an interesting show is that it offers a mix of detective action drama and science fact with a dabble of science fiction. 'Eleventh Hour' deals with Hood and Young becoming involved in cases which sound like science fiction only to have a real science origin to them and, in come ways, can be described as a detective/FBI version of 'House' (with the male lead being far more amiable than House!). Rufus Sewell and Marley Shelton, as Hood and Young respectively, do well in their roles and have a great chemistry together even from the first episode. They give the characters a likable edge that compliment each other well.

I've not seen the British version of the show but I imagine there are quite a few moans that this show exists. I agree that there are some instances where American remakes are pointless and mediocre, however, I don't feel this is one example. I have to admit that when it comes to cop shows, I do prefer my US imports as they are not so dour-natured. American shows tend to offer a more positive outcome with characters who actually smile and, yes, they do tend to be flashier which I like.

'Eleventh Hour' has proved itself to be a promising show so far and certainly deserves a chance (not least to be judged on its own merit, without being compared to it's British processor). I do hope that it is given a second season because I'm getting sick and tired of seeing good shows being cancelled before a proper run.


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