An FBI agent recruits his brother, a mathematics genius, to help solve crimes.
Ridley Scott (Executive Producer), Tony Scott (Executive Producer), Alex Gansa (Executive Producer), Brooke Kennedy (Executive Producer), Cheryl Heuton (Writer), Nicolas Falacci (Writer), Nicolas Falacci (Director), Robert Port (Writer), Rob Morrow (Director), Gary Rieck (Writer), Ralph Hemecker (Director), Julie Hebert (Writer), Stephen Gyllenhaal (Director), Andrew Dettmann (Writer), Gwyneth Horder-payton (Director), Mary Sutton (Writer), Steve Cohen (Writer), Ken Sanzel (Director), Don Mcgill (Writer), Dennis Smith (Director), Julie Hébert (Director), Julie Hébert (Writer), Sean Crouch (Writer), Alex Zakrzewski (Director), Mark Llewellyn (Writer), Rod Holcomb (Director), Ken Sanzel (Writer), Stephen Gyllenhall (Director), Ron Garcia (Director), Steve Boyum (Director), Aaron Thomas (Writer), Emilio Estevez (Director), Peter Macnicol (Writer), Julie Hebert (Director), Steve Hawk (Writer), John Behring (Director), Craig Ross jr. (Director), Leslie Libman (Director), Andrew Dettman (Writer), Sekou Hamilton (Writer), Chris Hartwill (Director), J. miller Tobin (Director), Fred Keller (Director), Tony Scott (Director), Andrew Black (Writer), Nick Falacci (Writer), J.david Harden (Writer), Michael Watkins (Director), Colin Bucksey (Director), Oz Scott (Director), Julie Herbert (Director), J. miller Tobin (Writer), Scott Lautanen (Director), Louis St. clair (Writer), Barry Schindel (Writer), Bill Eagles (Director), Cheryl Heaton (Writer), Peter Ellis (Director), Peter Markel (Director), Terrence O'hara (Director), Jeannot Szwarc (Director), Christos Gage (Writer), Ruth Fletcher-gage (Writer), Jefery Levy (Director), Nicholas Falacci (Writer), Andy Wolk (Director), Bobby Roth (Director), Martha Mitchell (Director), Paul Holohan (Director), Paris Barclay (Director), Wendy West (Writer), Lesli linka Glatter (Director), Liz Friedman (Writer), Tim Matheson (Director), David Von ancken (Director), Jeff Vlaming (Writer), Davis Guggenheim (Director)
|"Double Down" When the FBI is called to investigate a murder at a Los Angeles card club, it leads Don and his agents to unravel a complicated card-counting scheme involving a group of college students whose lives may now be at risk. (Repeat)||IONSAT|
|"Harvest" The agents must stop an organ-trafficking ring when they discover that a young immigrant died while selling one of her kidneys. (Repeat)||IONSAT|
|"The Running Man" An expensive piece of equipment is stolen from a college DNA lab, and the prime suspect is a student at the school. (Repeat)||IONSAT|
|"Protest" Don and his team investigate a deadly anti-war bombing that bears the stamp of a 1970s activist who went missing 30 years earlier when accused of planting a bomb that killed two people. (Repeat)||IONSAT|
|"Mind Games" When a psychic, Kraft, leads authorities to a deadly crime scene, he offers to help Charlie, who resolves to prove that Kraft's abilities are no match for his mathematical findings. (Repeat)||IONSAT|
|"All's Fair" An Iraqi activist is killed on U.S. soil, and Don's team must unravel the woman's connection to Saddam Hussein as members search for her killer. (Repeat)||IONSAT|
FBI agent Don Eppes recruits his younger brother, Charlie, a mathematical genius and college professor, to help solve some of Don's toughest cases. Although others at the bureau are skeptical of Charlie's involvement, he finds support in a colleague at the university where he teaches.
Rob Morrow as Senior Special Agent Don Eppes
David Krumholtz as Prof. Charlie Eppes
Judd Hirsch as Alan Eppes
Alimi Ballard as Agent David Sinclair
Peter Macnicol as Prof. Larry Fleinhardt
Navi Rawat as Amita Ramanujan
Dylan Bruno as Agent Colby Granger
Sophina Brown as Nikki Betancourt
Aya Sumika as Special Agent Liz Warner
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