Perception went virtual this week with " Caleidoscope ," taking a murder case from the streets of reality to the brightly colored digital world.
The premise of a so-called "second life" played out on a computer has been used on a variety of TV shows, i more
The bottom line: lying is bad and the truth shall set you free (or send you to jail).
" Toxic " delved into the world of secrets on a twisted path that began with a fight against a corporation believed to be poisoning its citizens right on down to an u more
The whole concept of perception and what the brain allows us to see or not see really made " Blindness " an engrossing episode of Perception Season 2, if not a memorable one. Read More... http://www.tvfanatic.com/2013/07/perception-review-now-you-see-me/
You could always power ballad your way through the 1984 Foreigner song "I Want To Know What Love Is," but Daniel Pierce might give you a more scientific reason behind the question of what makes people find that deep personal attraction, connection or feel more
Perception Season 1 began with the daunting task of finding a way to associate schizophrenic and overly intuitive Dr. Daniel Pierce as more than just another super smart sleuth with that special "quirk."
It took a bit, but by the end, Eric McCormick had more
With Perception 's 10 episodes ending via a great season one finale, it's safe to say that Eric McCormack has found a fantastic character to sink his teeth into.
McCormack has always had a likable personality and charm, but it's been tough for him to c more
In the continuation from last week’s episode, Perception finishes up it’s freshman season on a strong note. Moretti discovers that there really was a crime that Pierce witnessed, that he has not lost sense with reality. A video surf more
It's interesting to think that when Perception first aired, one of the biggest critiques was that it was about a super intuitive character that solved crime, much like a variety of other shows. And in an attempt to set it apart from similarities was givin more