Perception (2012–2015)
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A series of murders take place in front of witnesses who aren't even aware that someone has been killed. Pierce struggles with getting the FBI to accept his theory of mass blindness while he deals with the interference of a consultant.

Director:

Jeff Woolnough

Writers:

Kenneth Biller (created by) (as Ken Biller), Michael Sussman (created by) | 3 more credits »

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Eric McCormack ... Daniel Pierce
Rachael Leigh Cook ... Kate Moretti
Kelly Rowan ... Natalie Vincent
Arjay Smith ... Max Lewicki
LeVar Burton ... Paul Haley (credit only)
Nick Chinlund ... Kevin Connor
Brad Rowe ... FBI Agent Dalton
Sundra Oakley ... Jennifer Britton
Tim Ransom ... Dr. Robert Mills
Danielle Rayne ... Janet Larsen / reporter
Frank Farmer ... Greg / older witness
Evelyn Christina Tonn ... Judge Cleland's Secretary
Del Zamora ... Emmanuel
Jonathan Goldstein ... Basketball Fan
Scott Wolf ... Donnie Ryan
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Storyline

A series of murders take place in front of witnesses who aren't even aware that someone has been killed. Pierce struggles with getting the FBI to accept his theory of mass blindness while he deals with the interference of a consultant.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

9 July 2013 (USA) See more »

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ABC Studios See more »
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Color
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Max Lewicki: What if I told all of you, that your partially blind. That right now you think you see the world as it truly is, but in actuality, you're missing something. It's true. See, every time we open our eyes light shines onto our retina. Nerve cells called photo receptors interpret the light, transmits the information to our brain, and THAT's how we see. But there's a small area on our retina where there are no photo receptors. This is called a scotoma or "blind spot"... we all have them. So if that's...
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