A reimagining of the popular 1970s TV series about a female athlete who is given bionic strength.


Kenneth Johnson
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Series cast summary:
Michelle Ryan ...  Jaime Sommers 9 episodes, 2007
Miguel Ferrer ...  Jonas Bledsoe 9 episodes, 2007
Molly Price ...  Ruth Truewell 9 episodes, 2007
Lucy Hale ...  Becca Sommers 8 episodes, 2007
Will Yun Lee ...  Jae Kim 7 episodes, 2007
Kevin Rankin ...  Nathan 7 episodes, 2007
Isaiah Washington ...  Antonio Pope 5 episodes, 2007
Katee Sackhoff ...  Sarah Corvus 5 episodes, 2007
Mark Sheppard ...  Anthony Anthros 3 episodes, 2007
Jordan Bridges ...  Tom Hastings 3 episodes, 2007
Lara Gilchrist ...  Carly 3 episodes, 2007
Chris Bowers ...  Will Anthros 2 episodes, 2007
Thomas Kretschmann ...  The Man 2 episodes, 2007
Aaron Douglas ...  Prison Guard 2 episodes, 2007
Conrad Coates ...  Doctor #1 2 episodes, 2007
Erin Karpluk ...  Robin 2 episodes, 2007
Alicia Thorgrimsson ...  Doctor #2 2 episodes, 2007
Jenn Forgie ...  Nurse 2 episodes, 2007
Heather Doerksen ...  Mother 2 episodes, 2007
Dominic Zamprogna ...  Med-Flight Tech #1 2 episodes, 2007
Jacqueline Samuda ...  Med-Flight Tech #2 2 episodes, 2007
Chris Gauthier ...  Geek #2 2 episodes, 2007
John Mann ...  Drug Dealer 2 episodes, 2007


A reimagining of the popular 1970s TV series about a female athlete who is given bionic strength.

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Better. Stronger. Faster. See more »


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Did You Know?


The series premise includes elements from The Six Million Dollar Man (1974) and The Bionic Woman (1976), such as Jamie Sommers being equipped with a bionic eye in addition to her ear. Furthermore, the trailer describes her as "Better, Stronger, Faster," the major catch phrase in the title sequence of The Six Million Dollar Man. Also, her middle name, "Wells," is the last name of the doctor in the aforementioned series. See more »


Referenced in The Jay Leno Show: Episode #1.83 (2010) See more »

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24 September 2007 | by JamieKizisSee all my reviews

Unless you took some hype for the show, the premiere was as good as you can get. Some of you make this sound worse then the "bionic dog" they had back in the old school. Oh but it's not. Watch it closely. Acting was good... to an extent. She was great but the babysitter job over the sister took a lot of time and might bring the drama to a halt, but the storyline itself shocked me. I was waiting for a disaster and now I want to see it run, well see her run.. AND thank god it's fast because if I heard that slow motion "speed and strength" sound fx I would of ripped my DVR from the wall. But overall, she is a beautiful actress with some nicely played attitude at the end which, if sticks, will guarantee a hit. I say give it a chance and it will be GREAT success. There is a lot of competition out there so they do need to slot it right. They can't run it during House, Hero's, Prison Break, or any other top drama (Don't forget Dexter!!!). Wow I waste a lot of time but helps me work at night since there is about 15 other shows too. But this one will make my list and time demands me to be a critic.

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2007 (USA) See more »

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The Bionic Woman See more »

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