Limitless (2015–2016)

TV Series   |  TV-14   |    |  Comedy, Crime, Drama

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An average twenty-eight-year-old man who gains the ability to use the full extent of his brain's capabilities is hired by the F.B.I. as a consultant.




  • Jake McDorman and Tom Degnan in Limitless (2015)
  • Jake McDorman at an event for Limitless (2015)
  • Jake McDorman in Limitless (2015)
  • Desmond Harrington and Jake McDorman in Limitless (2015)
  • Jake McDorman at an event for Limitless (2015)
  • Hill Harper at an event for Limitless (2015)

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4 November 2015 | auxjohn
| Remarkable, exciting and funny.
Limitless is a show based on a movie of the same name. They both live in the same universe in which a pill called NZT-48 unlocks the full potential of a subjects mind. This show manages to make interesting characters and plots, without losing the main idea of the show. The best part about this show, has to be the protagonist, Bryan Finch, played by Jake McDorman. The protagonist has a way of looking at things and portraying them to the audience that gives us some comedy relief that the movie didn't really have. That's also one of the strongest parts of the series, the comedy. I didn't really think this series was going to make me laugh or smile at how the character looks at things. And to make the series even better, they made an episode that was a total homage to Ferris Bueller's Day Off.

This is a truly remarkable series that will, if it continues this way, become a fan favorite over the years. Must watch for anyone who likes crime TV shows and comedy, this show blends them perfectly, making it one of the best TV shows on air right now.

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