John Doe (2002–2003)

TV Series   |    |  Drama, Mystery, Sci-Fi


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A man who seems to know everything but his own name helps police solve crimes as he searches for his identity.

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  • Dominic Purcell in John Doe (2002)
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  • William Forsythe, Jayne Brook, Sprague Grayden, John Marshall Jones, and Dominic Purcell in John Doe (2002)
  • Dominic Purcell in John Doe (2002)
  • Ani Kyd on TV series "John Doe"
  • William Forsythe, Jayne Brook, Sprague Grayden, John Marshall Jones, and Dominic Purcell in John Doe (2002)

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Creators:

Brandon Camp, Mike Thompson

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4 January 2003 | Beth825
One of my two favorite TV shows
John Doe is quite probably the best new TV show that you've never seen. Why? Because of its time slot. I remember when The X-Files was on at the same time, and it struggled for ratings. Now, (at least, at the time I'm writing this) this wonderful drama has been stuck in the same slot, on "date night" when nobody is home to watch it except us geeks.

The basic plot is great: John Doe wakes up and realizes he knows everything except what's important - his identity. He's also colorblind. I got sucked in from the beginning, because I thought the plot sounded like a nifty idea, and I became addicted. Even my mother watches it, and we don't usually have the same taste in tv shows. John Doe, though, has become appointment TV, we make a point to sit down together and have dinner once a week while figuring out this week's mystery.

This is one of the few dramas I like, because it has a mystery to it, and because of the trivia John comes up with each episode. It's not your usual shoot-em-up cop show or blah-blah-my-life-is-so-hard yakfest. I highly recommend watching it, you'll be hooked!

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