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  • 2010 - Emmy - Outstanding Music Composition for a Series (Original Dramatic Score) - winner
  • 2009 - Emmy - Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series - winner
  • 2009 - Screen Actors Guild Awards - Outstanding Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Television Series - winner
  • 2007 - Golden Globe - Best Television Series - Drama - nominated

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Kiefer Sutherland
Jack Bauer
Carlos Bernard
Tony Almeida
Roger Cross
Curtis Manning

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12 Seasons
Forensic anthropologist Temperance "Bones" Brennan and her team work with the FBI to solve murders by identifying victims from their remains in a procedural series inspired by real-life forensic anthropologist and novelist Kathy Reichs.
58   Metascore
2005 TV14 Drama, Science, Comedy, Other

Human Target

2 Seasons
A comic-book adaptation about a private contractor (Mark Valley) enlisted to protect clients in imminent danger, usually by placing himself in the line of fire. Previously adapted by ABC for a short-lived series in 1992.
70   Metascore
2010 TV14 Drama, Action & Adventure, Other


2 Seasons
Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Firefly creator Joss Whedon crafts this science-fiction-themed television series concerning a highly illegal, underground organization known as the Dollhouse that caters to the wealthy, powerful, and connected by leasing out "Actives," people whose personalities have been wiped clean so they can serve whatever purpose the client demands. Echo (Eliza Dushku) is an Active. She doesn't just perform the role that she has been hired to play, but actually becomes it, since she knows no other life than the one she is living in at the moment. Actives can become whatever the client wants or needs -- a lover, a best friend, a corporate negotiator, or even an assassin. Echo and fellow Actives such as Sierra (Dichen Lachman) receive their assignments from Adelle Dewitt (Olivia Williams), one of the leaders of the Dollhouse. Upon completion of her mission, Echo always returns to the Dollhouse to have her thoughts, feelings, experiences, and knowledge erased by genius programmer Topher Brink (Fran Kranz), while her handler, Boyd Langton (Hary Lennix), supervises the process. But the powers that be have caught wind of the Dollhouse, and with every tip he receives from Russian informant Lubov (Enver Gjokaj) FBI Agent Paul Ballard (Tahmoh Penikett) moves one step closer to the truth. But now, as Echo stops forgetting and her memories gradually begin to return, she becomes determined to solve the mystery of her secret-shrouded past.
57   Metascore
2009 TV14 Drama, Fantasy, Action & Adventure, Other, Science Fiction

The Heights

Aaron Spelling's music-filled drama charts the highs and lows of a rock-and-roll band in a gritty blue-collar town. The show's theme, 'How Do You Talk to an Angel,' performed by series star Jamie Walters, was a No. 1 hit and stayed on the charts longer than 'The Heights' stayed on the air.
1992 Drama

John Doe

1 Season
Piecing together elements from such past series as The Profiler, Quantum Leap, and the 1967 cult classic Coronet Blue, John Doe starred Dominic Purcell as the title character. Awakening naked on a desert island, the hero eventually washed up in Seattle, where he quickly gained a reputation as a walking encyclopedia of arcane facts. If one wanted to know how many dimples there were on a golf ball, or the name of the ruler of Peru in the early 16th century, all one had to do was ask "John Doe," who literally knew all the answers save one: He had no idea who he really was, where he had come from, or how he had managed to accumulate so much knowledge. Even so, John offered the benefit of his expertise to the police to solve baffling crimes and missing-persons cases. While some of the authorities welcomed his input, there were those who thought there was something very fishy -- if not other-worldly -- about the enigmatic Mr. Doe. As expected, each hour-long episode provided tiny clues as to the protagonist's identity, but never enough to give the whole game away. John Doe debuted amidst much publicity fanfare on September 20, 2002.
65   Metascore
2002 TV14 Drama, Science Fiction

Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles

2 Seasons
Based on the phenomenally popular Terminator movie franchise, the Fox network's Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles was NOT a sequel to the third theatrical film in the series, Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines--nor could it have been, since (SPOILER ALERT!) that particular epic ended with the destruction of civilization and the death of the heroine. Instead, the Fox TV series picked up the action where the second of the three films, Terminator 2: Judgment Day, left off, going its merry way as if Terminator 3 never existed. After the reprogrammed T-800 Model 101 Terminator (the role played in the second film by Arnold Schwarzenegger) had sacrificed itself to save humanity, Sarah Connor (Lena Headey) and her 15-year-old son John (Thomas Dekker)--who was destined to grow up and lead a resistance movement against the rulers of post-apocalyptic Earth--were stalked by the futuristic agents of the covert US government project Skynet. Just as the titular robotic villain of the original 1984 Terminator movie had sent been back into time to kill Sarah Connor so that John would never be born, so too had the bad guys travelled backward to 2007 to knock off both John and Sarah. Fighting fire with fire, the Connors became fugitives from the law, dedicating themselves to preventing Skynet from being created--and, ultimately, from devastating the earth in a nuclear holocaust. They were aided by Connor's mysterious classmate Cameron Phillips (Summer Glau), who was actually a "good" reprogrammed Terminator dispatched from the Future to protect Sarah and the teenage John Connor by the "grown-up" version of John. Unfortunately, evil Terminators continued popping up everywhere, notably a "substitute teacher" named Mr. Cromarite (Owain Yeoman in the pilot episode, Garret Dillahunt thereafter), who in the pilot episode set the series' plot in motion. Also in pursuit of the fugitive Connors was human FBI agent James Ellison Richard T. Jones. Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles debuted January 13, 2008.
73   Metascore
2008 TV14 Drama, Fantasy, Science Fiction, Other

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