Since geeky Chuck accidentally became the mental host of the Intersect, an unprecedentedly powerful computer mind containing all information available to the US government, he's a primordial national security asset and risk. So CIA and NSA each appoint a top agent to guard Chuck, and often get involved with him in spy adventures. Meanwhile his identity must be kept secret from Chuck's sister, her perfect partner Devon, both surgeons, and Chuck's goofy colleagues in Buy More, the Burbank electronics store where he works as a cover.
Computer geek by day. Government operative by night. (Season 4)
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Did You Know?
At the close of the second season, declining ratings, and stiff competition from the other networks, had indicated that Chuck would be cancelled. But, due to petitioning from its loyal fan base, specifically aimed at one of its sponsors (Subway), the show was renewed for a third season, in an unprecedented partnership between NBC and the sandwich chain helping to cover the production costs. Chuck continued to face cancellation for its subsequent seasons, with its fifth season becoming its final season, beginning October 28, 2011, and ending on January 27, 2012, with a two hour finale. See more
During the intro of every episode, the gun visible fires a cartridge, complete with case/shell, instead of just dispensing a bullet. See more
Excuse me. I'm sorry, General. But who in my life *isn't* a spy? My sister? My best friend? Should I just start asking people when I first meet them, "Hi I'd like the extra value meal, and while we're on the topic, do you covertly work for a government faction?"
Spin-off Buy More
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