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Eleventh Hour

Series Summary
Biophysicist Jacob Hood, a special science adviser to the U.S. government, serves as a last line of defense in protecting those who would misuse scientific breakthroughs for their own nefarious gain. Special Agent Rachel Young, a member of the FBI's executive protection detail, is assigned to protect Hood.

Air Dates: 2008 - 2009

Genres: Crime drama

Network: CBS

  • Season 1, Ep. 18 : Medea Apr 2, 2009

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    Hood is the only one who believes a psychotic woman's accusations against the deputy director of the FBI -- that he stole her baby and is keeping her forcibly medicated to cover it up -- may have merit.

  • Season 1, Ep. 17 : Olfactus Mar 12, 2009

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    Dr. Hood investigates a series of homicidal outbursts during Fashion Week in New York.

  • Season 1, Ep. 16 : Subway Mar 5, 2009

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    Hood is called in when seemingly unrelated people from across Philadelphia exhibit the same symptoms of toxic exposure and officials suspect a possible poison cluster.

  • Season 1, Ep. 15 : Electro Feb 26, 2009

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    Dr. Hood must determine how a single 10-minute thunderstorm causes 30 deaths by lightning.

  • Season 1, Ep. 14 : Minimata Feb 19, 2009

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    A perfectly healthy helicopter pilot is mysteriously struck blind during his live TV traffic report, resulting in a terrible crash.

critic reviews ( 3 )
fan reviews ( )
  • Hood comes across as brilliant but aloof. Young, meanwhile, seems to be angry, but the source of her anger isn't really explored (we can only assume that babysitting a scientist, no matter how brilliant, is not the job people sign up for when they go to work for the FBI). show more

  • Taken from a British series (although there is enough cribbing off American shows to make it seem all too familiar), this less-than-compelling knock-off follows Hood, who like House makes house calls--or in this case, crime calls. show more

  • Not nearly as ambitious as "Life on Mars" but entertaining nonetheless. show more

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