Zero Hour 1 Season 2012

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Season 1
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It's a race against time for Hank Galliston after his wife, Laila, is abducted by the international terrorist "White Vincent". As the publisher of a paranormal enthusiast magazine, Modern Skeptic, Hank has spent his career debunking myths and investigating conspiracies.

Starring:
Anthony Edwards, Carmen Ejogo
Runtime:
40 minutes

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Season 1
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    1. Strike It's a race against time for Hank Galliston after his wife, Laila, is abducted by the international terrorist "White Vincent". As the publisher of a paranormal enthusiast magazine, Modern Skeptic, Hank has spent his career debunking myths and investigating conspiracies.

    AGES_15_AND_OVER 40min 2012
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    2. Face An explosive start to Hank's search for his wife, Laila, brings him and "Beck" to a near-death confrontation with White Vincent, who slips away in the Canadian Tundra. Now faced with more questions than answers - not just about his wife, but about his own existence - the search is on for the next clock.

    AGES_15_AND_OVER 40min 2012
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    3. Pendulum With a renewed determination to find Laila, Hank returns from India, searching for new clues while Laila, who is being held hostage by White Vincent, is tasked with repairing the next clock for him. Knowing she needs to help Hank find her, she starts leaving a trail of clues for him to follow.

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    4. Chain White Vincent, wounded and in trouble, is still in hiding and holding Laila captive. Sensing his weakness and vulnerability, Laila convinces White Vincent to let her help him with his wounds, all the while looking for an opportunity to escape. Realizing he needs help to get the next clock, White Vincent enlists Hank, bartering Laila's release for his service.

    AGES_15_AND_OVER 41min 2012
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    5. Suspension Hank is frustrated and confused about his relationship with Laila, as more questions come to light about who she really is. With the next clue sending Hank and Beck to Asuncion, Paraguay, the duo find themselves one step behind White Vincent, who shares a startling piece of information with Hank about his past and their connection. Meanwhile Arron and Rachel meet Melanie Lynch, a.k.a.

    AGES_15_AND_OVER 41min 2012
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    6. Weight Still searching for answers to the secrets of his past, Hank confronts his parents about his birth and childhood. Realizing they can no longer stay silent but fearful about how the truth could affect him, they confess. But Hank immediately senses his parents are not being fully transparent. White Vincent revisits memories of his own childhood and the parallel lives he and Hank have lived.

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    7. Sync Laila reaches out to Hank to share her side of the story and hopes he will forgive her. Still not totally trusting his wife, Hank teams with Laila to achieve a major breakthrough in their search for the True Cross. The Shepherds also know Hank is too valuable an asset and that they must enlist his help to get to the True Cross before the Pyrates do.

    AGES_15_AND_OVER 41min 2012
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    8. Winding Hank and Laila are on the run in Strasbourg determined to beat the Pyrates in their quest for the True Cross. "Molars," still captive on a salvage ship with White Vincent, shares some of his findings with him, including a journal written by his doppelganger, Kriegskommandant Dietrich.

    AGES_15_AND_OVER 40min 2012
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    9. Balance Hank, Beck and Laila accelerate their search for the True Cross to the Faroe Islands. With renewed hope that her husband, Theo ("Molars"), is alive, Beck sets out to find him. Meanwhile back home, the Gallistons sense that Hank is in trouble and know the time has come to tell him the truth about his early years. In his pursuit of Hank, Mr.

    AGES_15_AND_OVER 39min 2012
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    10. Escapement Injured and disoriented from his recent car accident, Hank awakens on Plum Island in the hands of Melanie Lynch, a.k.a "Mother," and the 41 Trust. With the stakes higher than ever, Hank's father agrees to continue his work for "Mother" to ultimately save his son's life.

    AGES_15_AND_OVER 41min 2012
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    11. Hands Hank, Beck and Laila are in the Faroe Islands, unsure if they will live or die at the hands of the Pyrates. Rachel shares some surprising news with Hank about his parents and the 41 Trust. Hank's mother finally discloses the deeply painful secret she's been holding all these years, and a dumbfounded Hank realizes his father is the missing piece to the puzzle.

    AGES_15_AND_OVER 39min 2012
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    12. Ratchet Everyone is on high alert, but their search for Rachel has met a dead end. However Hank has a dream which may contain clues that will guide the team to her remote location, and, hopefully help them stop the devious plan that "Mother"/Lynch has initiated in her "New Jerusalem.

    AGES_15_AND_OVER 39min 2012
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    13. Spring Arriving at the entrance to New Jerusalem, Hank, Beck, Arron and the Shepherds know it's now or never to find Rachael and stop "Mother"/Lynch's plan before it's too late. But when the team unlock the doors, what they find is unimaginable.

    AGES_15_AND_OVER 41min 2012

Product Details

Genres Drama, Thriller
Director Billy Gierhart
Starring Anthony Edwards, Carmen Ejogo
Supporting actors Scott Michael Foster, Addison Timlin, Jacinda Barrett, Michael Nyqvist
Network Disney ABC

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Danny on 4 Mar 2014
Very well executed to make a thrilling show that pulls you in almost immediately and has you connecting not only with the hero, but also the villains at times. It's one of those shows that makes you want to research those things you see and hear about, whilst watching the story unfold. It's as historically accurate as any fringe science show can be, but details are all quite real.

Will most definitely keep recommending this to the conspiracy minded people :)
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Cavon Miller on 27 Feb 2014
fast paced and interesting twist on subject. Good story and plenty of action and intrigue. Worth the time to view
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Laurana on 5 May 2014
Expectations before watching: Not high, just looking for something to kill some hours.

By the end of episode 5 I was getting quite annoyed. I don't want to reveal anything but nothing came as a surprise for me, the explanations up until that point seemed complete bulls**t besides requiring false historical premises, the characters don't have natural human reactions to what happens ( apparently some people who stay in hotels leave their doors open for anyone to get in, a betrayal is not something important,just some pesky detail easy to forget in favour of the next piece of the puzzle) and don't even feel realistic in their motivations and goals.

As a "bonus", if you happen to love Science or even think that Science and whatever you believe are compatible, this series makes you feel like you're with the "bad guys". Not very smart to make the viewers feel like they're on the wrong side of things, unless you intend to travel the Continuum route.

Even with all of that I could have kept going. As I said, I was just trying to kill some hours. But the beginning of episode 6 is an insult to the viewer's intelligence. Basically they expect us to believe that a character who is shot in the arm in South America, and could die of blood loss - or so they imply-, is sent to a hospital in New York and not until treated there this character is safe. Excuse me? Are there no hospitals in South America? And even if I was willing to buy such a nonsense, do they need to go all the way to New York (back to where the characters live) to treat a wound in the arm?

It makes me so angry when the viewer is taken for a fool that just for that I wish I could give it negative stars. If you want me to believe in the nonsense this "conspiracy" is about, at least make sure everything else seems plausible!!!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By The Emperor TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 15 Mar 2014
I quite enjoyed this though it did drag a bit towards the end. The premise was very interesting and for the most part well handled. It really did remind me of point and click advantage games.

I am not surprised that it was quickly cancelled in the US. Like most of these conspiracy series everything seems a bit cheap – This threat to the world is so series that we can spare one FBI agent.
The two young journalists on the magazine are pretty pointless.
It is worth watching as long as you can suspend your disbelief.
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By heggy1888 on 26 Jun 2014
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What a brilliant show just kept me gripped till the end great story good characters even the villains had me feeling sorry for them. and I've heard they're not doing a 2nd season very disappointing. Same as Jericho, threshold n flash forward to name but a few they shouldn't make them if they're gona be discontinued.
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By Alexandra Roche on 20 May 2014
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Very Dan-Brown-esque. A group of people have to solve puzzles surrounding 12 clocks to find the most holy of relics. Lots of mystery. Combines science and religion and is quite sympathetic towards both. Slows down a little in the middle episodes but gets better again at the end. Not so sure about the Biblical interpretations, but makes for good entertainment!
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