Last updated January 24, 2021
Math genius Charlie Eppes (David Krumholtz) applies advanced numbers theories in unusual ways to help his FBI agent brother, Don (Rob Morrow), solve his toughest cases in this police drama inspired by actual crimes that features real mathematical concepts. In the fifth season, the brothers match wits against a new crop of criminals. Judd Hirsch co-stars as their curmudgeonly dad, and Peter MacNicol plays Charlie's mathematical mentor.
Details about Numb3rs: Season 5
As the fourth season of the hit crime series opens, FBI Agent Don Eppes (Rob Morrow) and his math genius brother (David Krumholtz) continue dealing with the fallout from events that transpired in last season's finale. Some information the bureau has about mole Colby Granger (Dylan Bruno) may be erroneous, and the hunt is on when he escapes from prison. Peter MacNicol returns as a series regular, while guest stars this year include Val Kilmer.
Details about Numb3rs: Season 4
FBI agent Don Eppes and his younger brother, Charlie, look into the murder of a judge's wife. They also help identify a dead woman who was trying to rob a jewelry store and try to protect a popular female singer from a persistent stalker.
Details about Numb3rs: Season 2
FBI Agent Don Eppes (Rob Morrow) continues to rely on the skill of his math genius brother (David Krumholtz) to solve the most cryptic cases the bureau can throw at the investigator in this all-in-the-family crime drama's sixth season. Featuring bona fide mathematics concepts and stories inspired by real crimes, the show also stars Judd Hirsch as the siblings' crosspatch father and Peter MacNicol as a mathematical mentor.
Details about Numb3rs: Season 6
FBI agent Don Eppes recruits his math whiz brother, Charlie, to help solve some of the bureau's most challenging crimes. Despite their different approaches to life and work, when the two team up, they become a brilliant crime-fighting machine.
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When terror attacks threaten to strike cities across the United States, the government asks counterterrorism agent Jack Bauer to save the country, with each frenetic episode of this popular series representing one hour in an unbelievably hectic day.
Details about 24: Season 6
To follow in his father's footsteps and become a hero, Mrs. Brisby's son Timmy heads off to live with the rats of NIMH. When he learns that a group of mice is still imprisoned inside the testing lab, Timmy sets up a daring rescue.
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This season finds Ally and the gang struggling to accept Cage & Fish's new associate, Nelle Porter, and her litigation-happy client, Ling Woo. Meanwhile, the firm takes on the case of a man who was fired for believing in unicorns.
Details about Ally McBeal: Season 2
Ally discovers that 10-year-old Maddie Harrington may be her biological daughter, thanks to a mistake at the egg bank where Ally once made a deposit. Meanwhile, Ally makes partner at the firm, and Ling scores a promotion to judge.
Details about Ally McBeal: Season 5
Law school grad Ally McBeal lands a job at an eccentric Boston law firm where her former boyfriend and his new wife also practice. While juggling a variety of bizarre cases, Ally contends with a stalled love life and lingering feelings for her ex.
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Upon being dumped by his fiancée, a spurned lover (Jamie Foxx) authors a book on how to deal with the undeniable ups and downs of the break-up process. But everyone (including the author) is caught off guard when the book becomes a best-seller. Co-stars Gabrielle Union, Morris Chestnut, Jennifer Esposito and Peter MacNicol.
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Rowan Atkinson brings his TV-based nincompoop Mr. Bean to the big screen. He arrives in Los Angeles to guard a famous painting, but as Mr. Bean is unfit for any physical task, everything goes hilariously wrong. A master of physical comedy, Atkinson pits the Brit Bean against his suspicious American hosts in a culture clash that makes for sidesplitting comedy.
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