A mysterious object crashes on earth and a group of unconnected strangers die from an energy pulse it emits, but then re-awaken to find out that they have been deemed responsible for preventing the impending apocalypse.

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Eoghan O'Donnell
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Shantel VanSanten ...  Vera Buckley 13 episodes, 2015
Diogo Morgado ...  The Man 13 episodes, 2015
JD Pardo ...  Raul Garcia 13 episodes, 2015
Joel Courtney ...  Peter Moore 13 episodes, 2015
Jon Fletcher ...  Joshua Silburn, Jr 13 episodes, 2015
Sofia Black-D'Elia ...  Erin Calder 13 episodes, 2015
Anna Diop ...  Rose Arvale 13 episodes, 2015
Craig Frank ...  Alan Harris 13 episodes, 2015
Madison Dellamea ...  Amy Calder 12 episodes, 2015
Brittany O'Grady ...  Nadia Garcia 11 episodes, 2015
Lauren Bowles ...  Sen. Cindy Richards 10 episodes, 2015
Jessika Van ...  Koa Lin 9 episodes, 2015
Sam Littlefield ...  Leland Schiller 8 episodes, 2015
Jennifer Griffin ...  Eliza / ... 7 episodes, 2015
Jennifer Griffin ...  Eliza Shepard / ... 7 episodes, 2015
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In the New Mexico desert, scientist, Vera Ivanov (Shantel VanSanten) watches in as a mysterious object falls to Earth. It explodes, and sends out a shockwave which briefly stops her heart. But Vera isn't the only one affected: she's instantly connected to 4 others, all of whom had also collapsed, only to come back to life hours later. A mysterious figure - known only as "the man" (Diogo Morgado) comes and offers Vera the chance to be reunited with her kidnapped son, if she helps him with one complicated task. Now, this group might be the only hope for preventing the impending end of civilisation... or causing it. Written by Soumik Ghosh

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Cancelled after three low rated episodes on The CW, despite the good reviews. See more »

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Bland show, bad story, poor acting, cheap excuse for Sci-fi
18 April 2015 | by DjervigSee all my reviews

My main issue is that this show is advertised as a sci-fi. It is not! Ironically the two most unscientific characters on the show, are the two people supposed to be scientist. The writing is absolutely horrible, it's still to early to really judge the actual story, seeing how we only have the first episode thus far. But I don't have high hopes for this show, the plot just sounds really boring.

If you want good sci-fi, you need to create an interesting universe, in which you can experiment with different aspects of reality. WALL- E, what if the earth died - GATTACA, what if we could genetically improve our lives before they even began - and so on. It's all about asking what if - and this show completely fails to ask any interesting questions. Honestly I would deem it pure fantasy, but even as a fantasy story it fails, see how fantasy stories are supposed to be relatable metaphors for life - often coming of age stories. But this show is neither, it is just bad.


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English

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17 April 2015 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

The Messengers See more »

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Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA

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