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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  • Ani Kyd on TV series "John Doe"
  • Ani Kyd on TV series "John Doe"
  • William Forsythe, Jayne Brook, Sprague Grayden, John Marshall Jones, and Dominic Purcell in John Doe (2002)
  • Dominic Purcell in John Doe (2002)
  • Dominic Purcell in John Doe (2002)
  • 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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20 September 2002 | headfulofghosts126
Excellent
I was completely surprised by this series. I've heard very little about it and wasn't exactly anticpating it but I'm so glad I got a chance to watch it. I believe I've found the first show I'll go out of my way to watch since My So-Called Life. It held my attention for the entire fifty minutes. The pacing was excellent, the writing was excellent, and while the lead character's acting might take some getting used to on my part- I highly enjoyed it. Unlike so many of the other "Next Files", John Doe is actually intelligent and refreshingly original. I've avoided TV so much lately it was quite a shock for me to see a program that was actually entertaining. I'm very excited about the future of this show.

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