When Beckett, an agent for a top secret intelligence agency known as The Hive, uncovers a sinister plot by his employers, he is expelled and joins a freelance group of investigators dedicated to solving high tech crimes. Written by
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This was the first regular science fiction drama series on British television since the cancellation of Doctor Who (1963) in 1989. See more »
It had to be voice-activated. But they didn't find any trace of the bomb. Well, nothing you could identify, anyway.
From what I hear, they didn't find much of the Admiral either.
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Well, Bugs started off with all the promise in the world. Season one was about finding its feet, which it did quite nicely by season two. The end of the second season was fantastic, and we all thought nothing could better it. Wrong. Season three gave the characters personal lives and a whole new situation. It became one of the most watchable shows in the usually dead end summer holidays. But we know what comes before a fall. And season four was definitely that. Changes in actors, naff schedules led many people to switch off what once had us reaching for the 'on' button on a Saturday night.
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