The Event (2010–2011)
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I Haven't Told You Everything 

Computer expert Sean Walker booked a relaxed cruise from Antigua with his fiancée, line pilot's daughter Leila. Its tranquility turns into a nightmare when apparently pleasant fellow ... See full summary »

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Computer expert Sean Walker booked a relaxed cruise from Antigua with his fiancée, line pilot's daughter Leila. Its tranquility turns into a nightmare when apparently pleasant fellow passengers and crew kidnap her and set him up as a murderer. Meanwhile Blake Sterling and his national intelligence supporters are determined to protect a project they intended to keep secret even for president Martinez, involving a mysterious group of detainees. Written by KGF Vissers

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20 September 2010 (USA)  »

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As the airliner is approaching the Presidential retreat, several shots of the pilot show his epaulet's change back in forth between having four gold stripes, as is typical of airliner Captains, and four stars, which is more typical of Military Flag (General or Admiral) Officers. See more »

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[last lines]
Sophia Maguire: They saved us.
President Elias Martinez: Who? Who saved us?
Sophia Maguire: I haven't told you everything...
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360 Degrees
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Performed by Asa
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Promising start
3 October 2010 | by (London) – See all my reviews

I've only seen the first two episodes and so far the show is holding on pretty well. Yes, it might be a mixture of Lost, Flashforward, The X-files, 4400 and even 24 with a black president (which is actually not such a far fetched possibility anymore...), however it seems like the makers behind this show have understood what is it that frustrated viewers with shows like LOST: lack of answers. Thus, even though we do get constant flashbacks, these are always intended to answer questions straight away and they don't seem to hold the real story too much. I hope they carry on doing that. The cast is pretty solid, the production value is all there on the screen: big scenes, special effects, lots of extras, locations, helicopters and so on. The pace of the editing is pretty impeccable and it all moves pretty fast. I hope they'll be able to keep these standards and advance the story forward on every episodes. It's all quite promising, but please don't stretch it too much.


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