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Revolves around a bizarre twist of fate that pulls a man who's spent 20 years as the editor of a skeptics magazine into one of the most compelling conspiracies in human history.

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 Hank Galliston (13 episodes, 2013)
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 Rebecca 'Beck' Riley (13 episodes, 2013)
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 Arron Martin (13 episodes, 2013)
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 Rachel Lewis (13 episodes, 2013)
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 Laila Galliston (13 episodes, 2013)
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 White Vincent (13 episodes, 2013)
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 Melanie Lynch / ... (10 episodes, 2013)
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 Father Reggie (8 episodes, 2013)
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 Messenger Boy (8 episodes, 2013)
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 Father Mickle (6 episodes, 2013)
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 Theo Riley (6 episodes, 2013)
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 FBI Agent Paige Willis (6 episodes, 2013)
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Revolves around a bizarre twist of fate that pulls a man who's spent 20 years as the editor of a skeptics magazine into one of the most compelling conspiracies in human history.

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Break the code. Save the world.


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1 February 2013 (USA)  »

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I saw it all the way through and people are missing the mark
30 June 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I was outside the USA and have seen the show all the way through from foreign broadcasts. This gives me a lot better perspective on it. So I have to speak in defense of the show against some attacks I see as based on lack of knowledge.

First, they do fully resolve the plot. This isn't a show that is canceled in mid-stream like Threshold where there is never a satisfactory answer as to what is happening and why. The show apparently was intended to only go thirteen weeks so the resolution was much clearer and more complete than say Lost's was.

Second, not every cliché was used the way that we expect. Against the Evil Nazi Mad Scientist, they had the Good and Human Nazis.

So was it great art? No. Was it over the top and crazy? Yes. Would I say the ending was politically correct? I'd say yes, but it was feel good. Did it foreshadow many of the events ALL the way through? Yes. Some were painfully telegraphed, and a couple of them you KNEW they would do without motivation by the characters.

As a religious person, I also liked that there was an almost semi-favorable representation of a name brand religion by a TV show in this day where constant attacks on religion seem to be fashionable in Hollyweird. So I'll give it a seven. One extra point above average for mentioning God as a good idea and one for actually finishing out the story.


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