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Seasons: 2
Episodes: 26
User ratings: 40,730
Average rating: 7.4

Drama, Mystery, Sci-Fi

A widower struggling to raise his emotionally challenged son discovers that he can predict events before they happen.

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Martin Bohm is a widower and single father who is haunted by an inability to connect to his emotionally challenged 11-year-old son Jake. But when Martin discovers that Jake can predict events before they happen, everything changes. Martin meets social worker Clea Hopkins and Professor Arthur Teller who may have the keys to help unlock Jake's mind.
User ratings: 1,469
Average rating: 8.6
Jake, a mute 11-year-old, sees the world's patterns in such a way that he can tell what's going to happen. He sees the needs of six people to be touched. An Indian man carries his father's ashes to New York City to strew them in center field of a ballpark, a flight attendant is personally to escort a dog from New York to Russia (but the dog has escaped), a boy has no friends because his classmates believe his father is a gangster, a man down on his luck has only hours to pay a debt he owes a thug, and a pawn shop owner believes he's dying of cancer. Jake writes down a set of numbers, sending his father on a chase that pulls these disparate stories together.
User ratings: 660
Average rating: 7.9
Safety in Numbers
In a voice-over, Jake explains how fire ants survive floods. He gives his father a dragon's picture and four numbers. Martin visits Arthur for help then witnesses a car strike a woman and a disheveled man grab a notebook from her purse. Jake chases the man and discovers someone fixed on the same numbers Jake handed him. Martin follows him on his rounds of seemingly random acts of kindness. What connects a woman in Soweto studying computers, her brother entering a virtual dance contest, her neighbor beaten by a lover, a woman meeting an Internet acquaintance at the same dance contest in New York, people suing an investment bank, a King and his brother, a reporter, and a dragon?
User ratings: 735
Average rating: 8.2
Kite Strings
Martin receives the sad but not unexpected news that Sarah's remains will never be recovered from the twin towers site. Later, while Martin and Jake visit Sarah's grave marker, they come across a young man named Bobby Aresa who is also visiting her grave site. Martin has never met Bobby before and has never heard his name, despite he mentioning that he was a friend of Sarah's. He seems reluctant to provide any more information. Jake, on another of his wanderings, later leads Martin to Bobby's apartment. Bobby is not happy to see Martin, but does tell him of his relationship to Sarah, some of it which Martin may not want to hear, but which will ultimately lead him to a precious memento. Meanwhile, Randall Meade, the fireman with the winning lottery ticket that Jake stole weeks ago, returns to his hometown of Lynchburg, Virginia, looking for answers to his life. He receives a direct sign that those answers may be found at a church undergoing renovations, but those answers are not forthcoming, at least not in the way he expected when he entered the church. Beyond the direct connection of which Martin and Meade are both unaware, Meade's story is connected back to Martin and Jake through a wounded soldier in Iraq who remembers someone telling her to place one foot in front of the other to get to where she's going, an Iraqi teenager who aspires to be Chris Rock, and a former band roadie and so-called amplifier expert using the moniker King Roadie.
User ratings: 499
Average rating: 8.1
A Saudi woman facing an arranged marriage dresses as a man, goes out driving with a friend, and comes across a woman in labor. A pickpocket with a conscience steals Martin's laptop to give to his daughter for her birthday. Martin rushes to a session with a state psychologist who is evaluating Jake; on the bus, a woman intent on murder puts a gun in Martin's side. In Montreal, a doctor wants to leave his shift on time to chat up a woman he's been eying on the subway, but he must stay to find a bone marrow donor for an adopted boy. Jake sees connections: birth, murder, siblings, and romance. It's up to Martin to act.
User ratings: 538
Average rating: 8.1
Lost & Found
Fathers and sons, mothers and children. Jake's voice-over reflects on the North Star and the constancy of those who love us. Two people meet at JFK; she's a career woman, he's a real estate agent hoping there's more to life. A hospital calls Clea to say that her mother has been brought in. Arthur want to see Jake because the lad may be able to help with a number sequence that Arthur thinks explains everything. Martin meets a man whose child is missing, perhaps kidnapped. Misplaced luggage, a childhood home, a basement where Count Basie rehearsed, a plane crash, cough syrup, a toy car and a sperm donor connect.
User ratings: 408
Average rating: 7.8
Noosphere Rising
Jake's voice-over reflects on prayer. Arthur has given Jake a key to room 1188. This sends Martin on a hunt for the place where Arthur kept his research. It takes him to a poker club and then to the office of a mathematician. A young woman named Natalie, who believes in love despite experiences with an ex-boyfriend, uses her blog to try to help a couple connect; and, a man who now lives in the U.S. returns to a remote Australian station for the reading of his father's will. A card dealer in debt, a horse, and red scarves help with connections. Abigail, Martin's sister-in-law, files for custody of Jake.
User ratings: 420
Average rating: 7.8
Zone of Exclusion
Following numbers from Jake, Martin helps reunite a French woman with her biological mother and twin sister, then he attempts to find the person responsible for their estrangement. In the meantime, a superstitious young Italian woman is fretting when her astronaut husband loses contact with earth.
User ratings: 378
Average rating: 7.9
Music of the Spheres
Since Sheri has taken Clea off of Jake's case, the Bohms and Clea have to meet clandestinely to figure out what and who Sheri is hiding behind the locked room 6 door, and to decipher Arthur's mound of research. Clea is initially tasked with the latter job as Martin once again is preoccupied by Jake's wanderings. Martin encounters a thirteen year old black youth named Elliot Demar, who has just committed a robbery at gunpoint. But Martin can see that the robbery is just a means of survival as he is the sole caregiver to his disabled older brother, Andres Demar. But Elliot is not divulging the entire story, which includes his dealings with his parole officer, John Tenney. The story also involves a rare musical instrument seller, a lovestruck street guitarist in Brazil and the object of his affections, a café owner whose business is all she has left of her family but who is having troubles making ends meet running it. Meanwhile, Clea unexpectedly meets someone at Arthur's office, namely his roommate, an Orthodox Jewish diamond dealer named Abraham, who knows of Arthur's work and who makes a contact into Clea and the Bohm's lives now that Arthur is dead.
User ratings: 364
Average rating: 7.9
When Martin is mistaken for a criminal, he must involve himself with a heist crew in order to win back an innocent dock worker's job. Meanwhile, an Israeli boy and Palestinian girl fight to keep their relationship afloat. Clea uncovers some surprising documents about Jake, while Martin and his late wife's sister meet to make a pivotal decision.
User ratings: 354
Average rating: 7.9
Gyre, Part 1
Abigail tells Martin that Möbius is a front for Aster Corp., Aster Corp. has been pursuing Jake since he was born, she has been working for them just to keep tabs on their interest in Jake, the imminent custody hearing has been rigged by Aster Corp. against Martin, and providing her with custody is the only way that they can stop Aster Corp. from getting Jake. Martin still isn't sure he can trust her. Further actions by Jake lead to more problems for Martin in that custody hearing. While Clea takes Jake back to the facility and deals with Sheri while also assuring Martin that Sheri can't do anything with Jake while she's still working on the case, Martin, following Jake's latest numbers, leads to his pursuit of a probably still alive Amelia despite she being listed as dead for the past three years. As Martin gathers evidence to this belief, he returns to the facility to find that Clea has made an uncharacteristic move. Meanwhile, a man is camped out on a beach in the Pacific Northwest, collecting debris washing ashore from the Japanese tsunami. He is being berated by another woman on the beach for what she believes he is doing: selling the items on-line, and thus profiting from the misfortune of the tsunami victims. She herself seems to be on the beach waiting for someone. As their encounter progresses, they will connect half way around the world to a Japanese family affected by the tsunami, its pre-teen son who is trying to restore honor back into the family as is befitting their lineage. Their encounter will also lead her to what she hopes will be the meeting with the person for who she is waiting.
User ratings: 366
Average rating: 8.1
Gyre, Part 2
Now that Sheri and Aster Corp. have managed to gain custody of Jake with Clea's help, Martin, despite Abigail's pleas for him to go through legal channels, believes there is no other way to get Jake back than by direct force. But just before Jake is to be transferred to another facility fifty miles away, Martin learns that his new enemy Clea is not as mutinous as he first believed. Managing to abscond with Jake, Martin goes on the run in trying to elude the authorities i.e. Aster Corp., who will stop at nothing, including killing Martin, to get Jake back. Along the way, Martin and Jake get some much needed help from current friends, while getting some unexpected help from some old friends. Jake gives Martin a sign that perhaps every little thing's gonna be all right. Meanwhile, Randall Meade is just at the completion stage of the church project in Lynchburg, Virginia. Despite having built a relationship with a youth named Colin Davis and Colin's mother Gwen Davis, Randall still feels that he has unfinished business somewhere. When he gets the sign as to his next destination, he decides to leave Lynchburg, at least for the time being, until he knows what life holds for him at that next place. And Lucy Robbins, the woman at the beach in the Pacific Northwest she who is Amelia's mother and who is looking for her own signs in finding who she believes is her still alive daughter, follows the road map given to her by her new friend Wade. Along the way, she encounters a young man who is working on a global music project, and who hopes in the process to reunite two Jamaican brothers who used to be a singing group. Lucy herself hopes that providing assistance to this man is part of the puzzle in finding Amelia.
User ratings: 380
Average rating: 8.4
The Road Not Taken
Every action has an impact, Jake says in a voiceover, especially if it originates with love. On an Oregon highway, Jake contrives to get Martin to pull over in the town where he grew up. Jake then loses the car keys, so they're stuck for a few hours. Martin runs into his former boss, the editor of the local paper, who's working on a story of corporate malfeasance and whose life may be in danger. An old flame is working at the paper as well, a teenage boy has gone into the woods to survive on his own for a week to prove his manhood, and in London, a woman grieving a lost child decides she should leave her husband.
User ratings: 315
Average rating: 7.8
Event Horizon
Not knowing what life holds for them once they reach Los Angeles, Martin and Jake, on the run from the authorities, immediately meet Lucy Robbins, Amelia's mother, upon their arrival. Lucy has been looking for her daughter now for three years, and is encouraged by her meeting with Martin. However, their relationship may not be totally harmonious as Lucy will do anything to track down Amelia, who Martin tells Lucy he knows is alive, while Martin is cognizant that they cannot bring too much public attention to themselves as Aster Corps will also do anything to hide Amelia. Jake leads them to activities by Aster Corps and a young woman they are certain is Amelia. They also enlist the help of one of Martin's old reporter colleagues, Trevor Wilcox. What they all are initially unaware of is that a young man named Calvin Norburg is working on Amelia's sequence for Aster Corps, he who is beginning to reconsider his task. They are also unaware of a Spanish speaking man currently in Brussels working on his own task associated with the chosen thirty-six.
User ratings: 310
Average rating: 8.0
Calvin Norburg's public diatribe against Aster Corps results in two significant events. One, wealthy venture capitalist Vikash Nayar, an investor in Aster Corps, decides to pull his money from the corporation and invest directly in the work Calvin is doing. And two, Martin and Lucy become aware of the importance of Calvin in finding Amelia. As it is near impossible to get close to Calvin due to this publicity, Martin and Trevor believe the best way to gain access to Calvin is through Vikash. Although Martin does manage to gain access to Vikash, he finds that he must first assist Vikash on his latest personal mission. Martin is yet unaware that that mission is to associated with Amelia. Other associated stories include that of a librarian named Frances, who is trying to explain to her colleague and lover Carl why she is retiring and going "underground". Lucy and Jake befriend a mother and daughter at Santa Monica pier. And Guillermo Ortiz tries to find the next name of his list, architect Rosemary Mathis, at the opening ceremonies of her new cathedral in Barcelona.
User ratings: 270
Average rating: 8.0
Enemy of My Enemy
Jake tells us in a voiceover that on the edges of boundaries and borders are where people connect. An American sales representative is detained on the Pakistani border, accused of being a spy. A comet passes close to Earth, while a woman mourns her murdered twin. Lucy, going through boxes of detritus from her marriage, compares a photograph to a police sketch, and Jake wants to go to school. Martin, posing as a reporter, seeks an interview with Calvin Norburg while searches of computer records turn up Amelia's pseudonym. While one woman needs to be free of guilt and another from death in prison, who is holding Amelia captive?
User ratings: 260
Average rating: 8.0
Perfect Storm
Now that Calvin has the Aster Corps access card which he hands over to Martin, Martin is tasked with retrieving all Calvin's computer files from Aster Corps. Calvin warns Martin to avoid his old partner, Tony Rigby, as Tony, who did not appreciate Calvin's public departure, would exact some form of retribution if he found that Martin was there helping Calvin. Once at Aster Corps, Martin makes a last minute decision to take a different tact not only in getting Calvin's files, but also any files related to Amelia. Lucy pieces together the seemingly random murders similar to Claudia Corliss', which she is sure is linked to the mystery man in her photograph, but she does not yet know the connection to Amelia or the identity of the man. The Bohm's old friend Avram in New York receives a visit from Guillermo Ortiz, who Avram can tell is an enemy of the thirty-six. With only Jake's cell phone number, Avram tries to warn Jake and Martin that Ortiz is probably on his way. Jake, now attending public school, slowly begins to open up to those around him, especially Soleil. Kase decides to do his own experiments with Amelia. And Martin and Calvin individually each arrive at a major discovery, and have to figure out what to do with the information. Martin's decision could affect his relationship with Lucy.
User ratings: 244
Average rating: 8.0
Eye to Eye
In a voiceover, Jake explains the power of deep personal bonds. We see evidence of that power between mother and daughter, father and son, and two brothers. Jake has a play date with Soleil, Lucy zeroes in on Calvin, Martin has a conversation with Calvin's mother, we meet his brother and better understand Calvin's motivation, and Amelia communicates with Jake. In Mexico, a killer seeks absolution from a priest who considers breaking the confessor's vow of confidentiality.
User ratings: 245
Average rating: 8.0
Lucy has tracked down Calvin, and having injured him has the upper hand in him telling her where he's hidden Amelia. But Calvin may be able to use Amelia and Lucy's friendship with Martin to get what he really wants. Meanwhile, Martin, following Jake's lead, learns the connection the Friedman family has with Calvin, and tries to use that connection to find Amelia. Based on their actions, Jake and Amelia are aware that "they" are coming, but they may be helpless to stop "them". And Ortiz is in the Arizona desert trying to find an answer from God in what to do. His encounter with an injured pediatric surgeon who wants Ortiz to kill him provides him with at least a partial answer to his question.
User ratings: 257
Average rating: 8.0
Jake reflects on perfect storms: weather patterns that join to create a storm greater than the sum of its parts. Amelia and Jake communicate through telepathy while Jake searches for a number, its meaning unknown to us. He also contrives to keep Lucy in Los Angeles, even after she has said good-bye to Jake and Martin, and set off driving east in a storm. Martin, with Jake, goes to a party at the on-line paper's office where an old friend waits. Guillermo Ortiz is also there, putting in motion a murderous plan. Jake is in danger and knows it. Which convergence is more powerful: Amelia and Jake's with Lucy and Martin's help, or the storm paired Ortiz's implacable misery?
User ratings: 269
Average rating: 8.1
Families reunite. In a voice-over, Jake reflects on Newton's laws of motion, emphasizing the size of the force necessary to change an object's path. Amelia is being held in a remote location, and in telepathic communication with Jake, she tells him enough so that Martin and Lucy figure out where she is. With Jake, they head there. A truck driver gives them a hand; his daughter is a volunteer at the clinic where Calvin's brother stays. With Jake's help, Calvin has figured out a way for his brother to have a breakthrough. Can he rescue his brother, can Lucy rescue her daughter? What are the costs?
User ratings: 268
Average rating: 8.3
After the Bohms and Robbinses part company, the Bohms are visited by their old friend Avram, who wants to play his part in protecting Jake, most specifically from Ortiz. On Jake's urging, Martin's next task is to track down who Martin eventually learns is Phillip Green, who looks to be Arthur Teller's first subject and probably one of the thirty-six. With information he gets from Trevor, whose company has been decimated after the incident with Ortiz, Martin further learns that Green is on death row for a series of murders he committed fifteen years earlier following the robbery of the antiques store in which he was working as a high end watch repairman. After visiting Green, who has not spoken a word in fifteen years, Martin believes the answer to Green's salvation lies with his estranged daughter, child therapist Dr. Kate Gordon, and the box of clock gears Green seems to prize more than anything. But Martin's task may be more difficult because of a young couple, Mike and Jenny, the former who is still grieving a death and who has a eye for an eye mentality, that second eye being anyone who in his mind deserves death. Martin also learns that his task may be more than just trying to save Green's life.
User ratings: 260
Average rating: 8.3
Two of a Kind
After extrasensory communication with Amelia, Jake speaks to his father, a two-word appeal for safety from Guillermo Ortiz. While Martin searches for Ortiz, the avenging priest is on his own hunt. An Egyptologist comes to L.A. to look at hieroglyphs on a stone. Avram takes Jake to the airport, but Jake has soon gone off on his own. Calvin, meanwhile, is talking again to Aster Corps. Martin, Jake, Amelia, Ortiz, the Egyptologist, and the stone end up at the same place. There's a reckoning. Ortiz gives Martin a piece of mysterious information, and Jake grabs a relic.
User ratings: 248
Average rating: 8.2
The day after the suicide of one of the 36, Martin takes Amelia to meet with LAPD's Detective Lange, leaving Jake with Avram, giving strict instructions they're not to leave Avram's. Jake communicates with Avram that the two of them must find and help a war surgeon, Dr. McCormick, who's a semi-captive at a sleep-research facility, that's a cover for an Aster Corps site where the "nest of seven" may be at work. Aster's CEO, Nicole Farington, sets up Martin's arrest, schemes to get Amanda and Jake into the "nest," and convinces Calvin to help her find the rest of the God sequence. In a voiceover, Jake worries that time is short.
User ratings: 241
Average rating: 7.8
Fight or Flight
Jake's voice-over warns us that the most terrifying of futures is the one you know is going to happen. Jake leads Martin and Trevor to Dr. McCormick, who again refuses to talk to Martin, then he suffers a coronary. Jake and Amanda know that the "nest of seven" are dying: Trevor's sleuthing ferrets out the sleep center's location, and then he volunteers to infiltrate the place and look for a way to shut it down. Martin, Jake, and Amanda wait outside, their car doors locked. Once inside Trevor comes to Calvin's attention: can he trust Calvin? And when he gets into trouble, will Martin be of help? And what about the future Jake knows is coming?
User ratings: 213
Average rating: 8.1
Avram is astonished when he is taken to his abductor. Martin wakes up in hospital and learns that Jake and Amelia were not at the scene of the car accident; with Trevor's help, he sets out to find them. There's a clue in his smashed car. Nicole Farington's henchman delivers the children to a cargo ship about to leave for the open sea; she has less than a day to stave off corporate bankruptcy, knowing that if the children, placed in a deep coma, can complete the sequence in time, she'll reap billions. The coma endangers Amelia and Jake, and Calvin's allegiance keeps shifting from the children to Aster Corps, believing his brother can be saved. Avram has a gift for Martin.
User ratings: 257
Average rating: 8.3
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