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VIDEO: Eleventh Hour: Medea

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Eleventh Hour: Medea
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Length: 43:34
Aired: 4/2/2009

On the season finale, a psychotic woman accuses the Deputy Director of the FBI of stealing her baby and keeping her forcibly medicated as part of a cover up, and Dr. Hood is the only one who believes she may be telling the truth. watch

VIDEO: Eleventh Hour: Olfactus

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Eleventh Hour: Olfactus
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Length: 42:57
Aired: 3/12/2009

Fashion Week in New York City turns deadly when sudden and inexplicable outbursts of rage by people with no prior history of violence result in four homicides in less than 24 hours. watch

VIDEO: Eleventh Hour: Subway

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Eleventh Hour: Subway
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Length: 41:56
Aired: 3/5/2009

Dr. Hood is brought in to investigate a poison cluster alert issued in Philadelphia when seemingly unrelated people from all corners of the city simultaneously fall prey to the same symptoms of toxic exposure. watch


Kung Fu Panda 2: Dumpling Warrior
Robin Hood: King John Schemes To Place
Kung Fu Panda 2
Robin Hood: Robin, Marion And The Peop

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Robin Hood (2010)
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Year Title Description
2014 Legends TV Show Series, Executive Producer
2010 Robin Hood Movie, Writer
2008 Kung Fu Panda Movie, Source
2008 Eleventh Hour TV Show Series, Executive Producer
2005 Sleeper Cell TV Show Series, Executive Producer

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Bruckheimer and CBS Chase Treasure Hunters

Jerry "Prolific Producer" Bruckheimer, he of CSI, Cold Case, Without a Trace and Amazing Race fame (and that's just TV), has secured a pilot order from longtime landing pad CBS for an untitled drama revolving around freelance treasure hunters, the Reporter reports. Ethan Reiff, who is penning the series with his Sleeper Cell cocreator Cyrus Voris, pegs it as an "A-class network version of an archaeology adventure show," and one grounded in (arti)facts by expert consultants. "It's not Indiana Jones for television," he says. "It's more grounded, more contemporary." read more

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