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Air Date: October 1st, 2017

Network: CBS

Series Summary
A Silicon Valley tech innovator creates a platform for people to share and evaluate evidence for criminal investigations.

Rating: TV14

Genres: Crime drama


  • Season 1 - Episode 13 : The Tipping Point Jan 14, 2018

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    Cavanaugh investigates the murder of a top Sophe user who filled his basement with conspiracy theory evidence; Alex attends the release hearing for Carlos Ochoa, the man convicted of killing Mia.

  • Season 1 - Episode 12 : Root Directory Jan 7, 2018

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    The man convicted of killing Mia awakens from his coma and provides Tanner and Cavanaugh with new details about their unknown suspect.

  • Season 1 - Episode 11 : Alpha Test Dec 17, 2017

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    Tariq's childhood friend is targeted by a violent stalker; Tanner desperately tries to locate a key witness in Mia's murder case.

  • Season 1 - Episode 10 : Live Stream Dec 10, 2017

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    The team tracks a killer targeting online celebrities and broadcasting their final moments on a livestreaming platform; Sara worries about being banned from using Sophe.

  • Season 1 - Episode 9 : Proof of Concept Nov 26, 2017

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    Tanner receives an offer of new evidence in Mia's case if Sophe can prove someone is innocent of murder; Tanner and Sara begin depositions with AllSourcer for the rights to Sara's work and Sophe's code.

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  • I don't remember the last time I watched a show with so much distaste for people who disagree with it, though I suspect there are people who feel this way about more clearly liberal shows. To them, I apologize. I'd argue that Wisdom of the Crowd isn't ideologically left or right, but rather just building a bad premise badly or, rather, treating a nightmare like a dream. Show More

  • Beyond the curiously Big-Brother-friendly themes, Wisdom of the Crowd is just a rehash of drama tropes. Show More

  • Wisdom of the Crowd gets a pass for now. The first episode addresses a number of interesting issues, although never going too deeply into them. ... Piven and Jones offer a strong presence for this type of show, and Natalia Tena works nicely as Sara Morton, Tanner’s head of the project, who gives him some balance and as something of a love interest. Show More

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