An NSA Agent's PTSD nightmares tease what he can't remember. He joins the daughter of a murdered investigative reporter to reveal The Undetected, the Omen Seven and unravel their terrorist conspiracy against our country.
Johnny Graham, raised by the Torino crime family after the death of his parents, is repeatedly torn between loyalty to his adoptive family and his conscience. When Anthony Torino, the ... See full summary »
National Security Agent, Chris Blackburn, has spent the last year and a half trying to recall the events that cost him everything. His PTSD nightmares leave clues to the puzzle he's been unable to piece together but when his former NSA handler, Jordan Price, asks him to rejoin the fight against terrorism, he realizes the stakes are much higher: the enemy could be your next door neighbor. Are these most recent attacks simply driven by one man's obsession? Or are they part of a much larger conspiracy to destroy the country from within? Chris' path dovetails with that of Catherine Storm, who is trying to unravel the mystery behind the death of her father, a skeptical and aggressive investigative reporter. While not trusting anyone - not even one another - they embark on a journey to reveal those who remain undetected, unravel the mystery behind the Omen Seven try to stop the nefarious terrorist conspiracy against our country.Written by
Rennie Sharp & Heather Hale
After viewing the first episode of The Undetected I was asking questions and wondering what was going to happen next. It was reminiscent of shows like 24, Home Land and The Blacklist, where you are not sure what is happening but you know its going to blow your mind when you find out. The episode was well shot providing the viewer with interesting perspectives of the action...which there was a lot of. I'm interested to see how the characters develop since there was a lot of intensity in scenes that did not seem to warrant it. Overall The Undetected had me hooked. If you like plot twists, great looking characters and being left staring at the screen waiting for more, this show is for you. Bring on episode #2 please.
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