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I have watched the series since ABC first aired it after Alias on Wednesday evenings. The show has a great "fit" in the Wednesday lineup since the two shows proceeding it are action/suspense/dramas in the form of Lost and Alias. With the viewer ship of those two shows already tuned in I think they will find this show to please their viewing taste. It is a very impressive series with a smart cast including of course Tim Daly in the lead role and great intermixed story lines going on both long term and short term. I sincerely hope the folks up at ABC don't judge this series too fast as it has fantastic potential and hopefully they will realize they are putting it up against an established heavyweight with "CSI".Personally I think CBS has went overboard on the CIS theme and it's refreshing to see a action/drama series like Eyes on the air. In recent years it seems harder to find series that are original and ones that contain some concerted thought when they were developed, this series has the earmarkings of being one of the rare gems in the lineup. From a personal viewing standpoint, I am tired of seeing too many of the reality series that truly aren't reality at all but just glorified game shows more or less where they offer prizes to folks in order to get them to participate. We as an audience could use a little more variety including action adventures like Eyes and maybe a little less "thoughtless" shows with no real entertainment value. The question to ask is will this show be one that you will remember years from now, for most reality shows that answer is a resounding "NO". For the producers of the show Eyes, I congratulate you on your originality and I hope you will find success with this creation.
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