Wisdom of the Crowd (2017–2018)
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The Tipping Point 

Tanner and Hale go to court to convince a judge to free Carlos. A man who was obsessed with Sophe, including Mia's case, is found dead. Investigating this man leads Tanner to information revealing a city official's killer.

Director:

Eric Laneuville

Writers:

Ted Humphrey (developed by), Andrew Dettmann (teleplay by) | 7 more credits »

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jeremy Piven ... Jeffrey Tanner
Richard T. Jones ... Detective Tommy Cavanaugh
Natalia Tena ... Sara Morton
Blake Lee ... Josh Novak
Jake Matthews ... Tariq Bakari
Monica Potter ... Alex Hale
Ion Overman ... Elena Ruiz
Malachi Weir ... Mike Leigh
Ramses Jimenez ... Carlos Ochoa
Abigail F. Cowen ... Mia Tanner (as Abigail Cowen)
Kerr Smith ... Supervisor Simko
Jean Louisa Kelly ... Mrs. Bullock
Ben Lewis ... Joel
Sarayu Blue ... Defense Attorney Quinn
David Warshofsky ... Judge Stanley Bauman
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Storyline

Tanner and Hale go to court to convince a judge to free Carlos. A man who was obsessed with Sophe, including Mia's case, is found dead. Investigating this man leads Tanner to information revealing a city official's killer.

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Genres:

Crime | Drama | Thriller

Certificate:

TV-PG
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Details

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

14 January 2018 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Did You Know?

Trivia

The online poll of short-attention span SOPHE users showed 73% believed the conspiracy theory dude was ganked due to a city official being part of a reptilian cabal, while 11% believed it was due to the Navy releasing chemical fog into SF Bay, 7% thinking it was due to the Sacramento river delta proving the drought is a hoax, 5% voting that it was due to Mia was killed to control Tanner, with the remaining 4% as "other". See more »

Goofs

When talking to Cavanaugh after the politician threatened the Inspector, Tanner says "I've never been a detective". In fact, Cavanaugh has never been one either, since people doing detective work for the SFPD are called Inspectors not Detectives. This title is a recurring error throughout the series. See more »

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