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Perception

Dr. Daniel Pierce, a brilliant neuroscientist with a unique perspective on crime, helps the FBI solve complex cases using his expertise.

With his keen sense of perception, Pierce navigates the intricate workings of the human mind to uncover the truth behind even the most puzzling crimes.

Show Info

Aired on:
TNT, US
Runtime:
60 min.
Status:
Canceled/Ended
Rating:
3.89/5 (19 ratings)
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Stats

Premiered:
2012
Ended:
2015
Episodes:
39
Watchlists:
2,923
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Episodes Guide and Summaries

Cast

as Dr. Daniel Pierce
as FBI Agent Katherine Rose "Kate" Moretti
as Max Lewicki
as Natalie Vincent
as Dean Paul Haley
as Donald 'Donnie' Ryan
as Dr. Caroline Newsome

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That was a more interesting take on the whole video game storyline all shows seem to do now.
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I like the show... Its a bit like the movie Beautifull Mind... Also reminds me a bit of the serie Monk... I just hope they will harden the cases as they are kind of easy to solve (watched 3 episodes now)...
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As someone who suffers from mental problem's I'm happy theirs a show that's premise is based on the mental aspect of the human mind. While almost everything about each episode is Hollywood to the point of not being true, it's still does have that small amount that's better than nothing at all. RLC as an FBI agent, yes that is a stretch, but honestly this show isn't Justified or Sons of Anarchy so it doesn't matter...to me at least.

I watched all ten episode in one sitting just because it's nice to see a show tackle mental health, even if it's over Hollywoodlized. I see a lot of myself in the main character having been hit with the relative same diseases at the same time in life. I've dealt with mine being undiagnosed and mostly untreated for eight years and can relate to his episodes, granted his episodes are Hollywood's version of psychosis, but the whole taking yourself off meds because you believe the problem has been kicked is very real and a daily struggle. Having times of complete normalize only to be hit by it being another.

I personally can't be objective when it comes to the show so I have to take everyone ones word for it that have problem with it, but for me I will probably watch it until it ends.
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Yup. :)
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Is that the mum from the OC on the right??
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Episode 6 Web-DL is out if anyone's interested.
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So I watched the second episode and, hm, it's turning out to be a crappy show. As much as Rachael is hot & cute she just doesn't pass as an FBI agent, but that's not even the worst thing. The case in episode 1x02 wasn't too believable and also after only two episodes you can notice a pattern: investigation > murder solved > oh shit eureka moment > case fully closed.
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Rwings said:
Because superman is the worst hero ever made. No one wants to watch someone whose morally righteous cause that's boring.


That's just because nobody has done Superman "properly" in TV or cinema yet. I loved the take on Superman described in Quentin Tarantino's Kill Bill (I'm sure it's not QT's take, but something he has picked up along the way somewhere; I am not familiar enough with the Superman comics) that Superman is different from all the other super heroes:

Bill (David Carradine) said:
As you know, I'm quite keen on comic books. Especially the ones about superheroes. I find the whole mythology surrounding superheroes fascinating.
Take my favorite superhero, Superman. Not a great comic book. Not particularly well-drawn. But the mythology… The mythology is not only great, it's unique.
Now, a staple of the superhero mythology is, there's the superhero and there's the alter ego. Batman is actually Bruce Wayne, Spider-Man is actually Peter Parker. When that character wakes up in the morning, he's Peter Parker. He has to put on a costume to become Spider-Man. And it is in that characteristic Superman stands alone.
Superman didn't become Superman. Superman was born Superman. When Superman wakes up in the morning, he's Superman. His alter ego is Clark Kent. His outfit with the big red “S” – that's the blanket he was wrapped in as a baby when the Kents found him. Those are his clothes. What Kent wears – the glasses, the business suit – that's the costume. That's the costume Superman wears to blend in with us.
Clark Kent is how Superman views us. And what are the characteristics of Clark Kent? He's weak… He's unsure of himself… He's a coward.
Clark Kent is Superman's critique on the whole human race.


Show me a movie where Superman doesn't belong, feels alienated (pun intended) and abandoned by the human race, which he despises for being so weak and cowardly, yet has to save on a daily basis, because we need him - he is our savior - and because that's the way he was raised. So far movies and TV shows played around with the ideas of Superman's loneliness and abandonment issues, but mostly he was presented as the happy-go-luck boy scout always doing what's right just because.

This might change with Zack Snyder's (300, Watchmen) take on Superman in Man of Steel, although I don't think so. Chris Nolan's (Batman Begins, The Dark Knight) involvement would suggest a darker, more realistic take - similar to Nolan's Batman movies - but Snyder's a very visual director and all his movies so far were color orgies, so I'm not sure. I guess we'll see - in any case Superman is due for a properly good movie version just like Batman was before 2005.
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Because superman is the worst hero ever made. No one wants to watch someone whose morally righteous cause that's boring.