Perception (2012 — 2015)

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Perception
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TitlePerception
Year2012 — 2015
CountryUSA
GenreDetective (TV Shows)
Run Time42 min
Director

Dr. Daniel Pierce, a talented but eccentric neuropsychiatrist, is enlisted by the Federal Bureau of Investigation to assist in solving some of its most complex cases in Chicago. Dr. Pierce works closely with Special Agent Kate Moretti, a former student who recruited him to work with the FBI. Also on the team are Max Lewicki, Dr. Pierce’s teaching assistant, and Natalie Vincent, a hallucination manifested as a result of his schizophrenia who also serves as his best friend.

Episodes typically begin with a scene of Pierce giving a lecture to his students about an aspect of the human brain that becomes significant within the plot of the episode. The episodes also typically end with observations said to students about the paradoxes of human perception.

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Cast:

Eric McCormack Eric McCormack
Dr. Daniel J. Pierce (1-3)
Rachael Leigh Cook Rachael Leigh Cook
Special Agent Kate (1-3)
Arjay Smith Arjay Smith
Max Lewicki (1-3)
Kelly Rowan Kelly Rowan
Natalie Vincent (1-3)
LeVar Burton LeVar Burton
Paul Haley (1-3)
Scott Wolf Scott Wolf
Donnie Ryan (3)

Dr. Daniel Pierce, a talented but eccentric neuropsychiatrist, is enlisted by the Federal Bureau of Investigation to assist in solving some of its most complex cases in Chicago. Dr. Pierce works closely with Special Agent Kate Moretti, a former student who recruited him to work with the FBI. Also on the team are Max Lewicki, Dr. Pierce’s teaching assistant, and Natalie Vincent, a hallucination manifested as a result of his schizophrenia who also serves as his best friend.

Episodes typically begin with a scene of Pierce giving a lecture to his students about an aspect of the human brain that becomes significant within the plot of the episode. The episodes also typically end with observations said to students about the paradoxes of human perception.

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