A team of experts are assembled after the U.S. Navy discovers an extra-terrestrial object briefly appeared near a ship in the Atlantic Ocean.

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Bragi F. Schut
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Carla Gugino ...  Dr. Molly Anne Caffrey 13 episodes, 2005-2006
Brian Van Holt ...  Sean Cavennaugh 13 episodes, 2005-2006
Brent Spiner ...  Dr. Nigel Fenway 13 episodes, 2005-2006
Rob Benedict ...  Lucas Pegg 13 episodes, 2005-2006
Peter Dinklage ...  Arthur Ramsey 13 episodes, 2005-2006
Charles S. Dutton ...  J.T. Baylock 13 episodes, 2005-2006
Matt Sigloch ...  Agent Rice / ... 7 episodes, 2005-2006
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A team of experts are assembled after the U.S. Navy discovers an extra-terrestrial object briefly appeared near a ship in the Atlantic Ocean.

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They're Here. More are Coming. Don't Worry. We have a Plan.


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CBS | Space [Canada]

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USA

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English

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16 September 2005 (USA) See more »

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A küszöb See more »

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1.33 : 1
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Although only having had a 13 episode order, the producers had begun planning a 14th episode in case CBS decided to pick it up. CBS cancelled the series after 10 episodes and the 14th, called "Head Trip", never made it past paper. See more »

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Arthur Ramsey: How may I be your linguistic biotch?
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One of a slew of good TV shows this year
27 November 2005 | by Rob_TaylorSee all my reviews

Threshold is a pretty decent scifi show. I won't say it's brilliant, because there are flaws in the storyline which I'll come to in a moment. But it does entertain and has characters you actually like.

The basic premise is that aliens are trying to re-engineer human and animal DNA into their own vision - essentially making us into them (as the show would have us believe). It's an interesting concept (although I doubt it's new to scifi) and works surprisingly well with the "enemy within" mentality. Normally I dislike shows which do this as it is usually a cop-out because they don't have the budget to do anything flash. But here it works well.

If I have one gripe about the show it's that the aliens (although apparently having access to the memories of the hosts they infect) show a singular lack of imagination when it comes to finding ways to spread the disease. The internet is the most obvious medium, yet so far it seems to have gone unused apart from one half-hearted attempt.

But apart from this, the show is good fun and entertaining. The characters are fairly diverse, although they all fit into the usual stereotypes - expert, soldier, geek, scientist etc. But at least they all have charisma, though I suspect poor old Brent Spiner is being typecast as the scientist/doctor now.

Anyway, worth a look. There are far worse shows out there.

EDIT (15.12.05) Just heard this series is cancelled. Good one CBS! Gotta love the networks' slavish attention to viewing figures. Bah!


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