Based on a true story, Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye follows the adventures of Sue Thomas at the FBI in Washington, D.C. She's one hard-headed, soft-hearted woman whose talent for reading lips helps ...
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When the members of a think tank are found shot dead, Sue and the team track down the sole survivor - but is he a possible future victim or the murderer? By accident, Sue ends up in the fleeing man's...
Aurora hosts Martin's niece and her newborn for the night, but then his niece disappears, the baby is found hidden in the bathtub and Aurora discovers a stranger in her linen closet, along with $10,000 cash in a diaper bag.
Sean King and Michelle Maxwell aren't your typical pair of private investigators. Both are former Secret Service agents, and their unique skill set (not to mention their razor-sharp ... See full summary »
When a Hollywood film crew comes to shoot in Lawrenceton, and the film's star is found poisoned and bludgeoned in her dressing room, crime-solving librarian Aurora Teagarden enlists members... See full summary »
A woman divorces her cheating husband and moves her family from Nashville to Malibu, hoping to reignite her own singing career and keep herself and her three kids from being corrupted by ... See full summary »
Based on a true story, Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye follows the adventures of Sue Thomas at the FBI in Washington, D.C. She's one hard-headed, soft-hearted woman whose talent for reading lips helps crack crimes and bag the bad guys in places listening devices can't penetrate. With her hearing-ear dog, Levi, Sue's a glutton for jeopardy - and there's (almost) nothing she won't do to bring notorious criminals to justice. This remarkable, edge-of-your-seat drama is an inspiring tribute to the ability of the human spirit to overcome adversity and achieve great things.Written by
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Yannick Bisson's (Jack) real life wife Chantal Craig appears in three episodes: The Signing, Missing, and The Hunter, as Detective Diana Grove. See more »
In the opening titles for each show, the FBI seal in the floor as Sue walks into the office has the motto "Fidelity, Bravery, Justice" in the ribbon below the shield. The real motto in the FBI seal is be "Fidelity, Bravery, Integrity". See more »
Yes Miles, if you're right, you can say you told me so. And I know you will in that special way that makes us all love you so.
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The on-screen title is actually displayed as "Sue Thomas: F.B.I." but the I is crossed out and the word "Eye" substituted. See more »
I have only started watching this show in the last month, but, now place it among my top five favorite shows of all-time. The reasons are:1) that it's based on facts, as are the story lines used in the show. 2) The main character is played by a deaf person, which makes the show believable. 3) Each show has a good message for all to see. 4) all the actors do a good job, and the chemistry of the cast works well.
I would recommend "Sue Thomas F.B. Eye to anybody. I wish Hollywierd (oops Hollywood) would get a clue, that people actually want to watch shows that have a good message and that are about the overall good of at least some people. It is a shame that Hollywood continues to promote ideals that do not line up with what the majority of people feel and think.
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