Perception Reviews & Ratings

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Perception stars Eric McCormack as a neuroscientist who helps the federal government track cases. Rachael Leigh Cook co-stars in the series, which was co-created by executive producer Kenneth Biller (Star Trek: Voyager, Legend of the Seeker) and co-exec producer Mike Sussman (Star Trek: Voyager).
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Feb 19, 2016 11:53AM EST
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An interesting show with an interesting premise of a man working with the police while at the same time suffering from a bi-polar disorder.

An interesting show with an interesting premise of a man working with the police while at the same time suffering from a bi-polar disorder.

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Jan 6, 2016 3:34PM EST
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I really really enjoyed this show, also because I love Eric McCormack! But I really loved the fact that he was dealing with schizophrenia which was an unusual take in TV and interesting to see how it affected him. Also enjoyed the realistic ending in which Kate and Daniel did not end up together. It deserved another proper season to tie all loose ends.

I really really enjoyed this show, also because I love Eric McCormack! But I really loved the fact that he was dealing with schizophrenia which was an unusual take in TV and interesting to see how it affected him. Also enjoyed the realistic ending in which Kate and Daniel did not end up together. It deserved another proper season to tie all loose ends.

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Sep 11, 2015 9:22AM EDT
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if you like csi mixed with white collar this is the show for you

if you like csi mixed with white collar this is the show for you

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Sep 8, 2015 5:17AM EDT
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pity it ended

pity it ended

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Apr 16, 2015 8:36PM EDT
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Great series but the ending was a bit disappointing! =(

Great series but the ending was a bit disappointing! =(

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by Falsebracken
Apr 9, 2015 5:18AM EDT
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I found the premise (schizophrenic lead) fascinating, and I thoroughly enjoyed the show. As someone who studied neuroscience at university, I especially liked the tidbits on how the brain controls perception/behaviour.

I found the premise (schizophrenic lead) fascinating, and I thoroughly enjoyed the show. As someone who studied neuroscience at university, I especially liked the tidbits on how the brain controls perception/behaviour.

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by nummi
Apr 3, 2015 5:23PM EDT
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Great crime-solving show! It's a clever take on the genre to have the main character be a schizophrenic, it puts having a mental illness in a different perspective than usual, and it really works!

Great crime-solving show! It's a clever take on the genre to have the main character be a schizophrenic, it puts having a mental illness in a different perspective than usual, and it really works!

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by JodiA1
Mar 25, 2015 3:44PM EDT
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I really liked this one to bad it is done now

I really liked this one to bad it is done now

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by Esbby
Mar 19, 2015 3:27PM EDT
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A schizophrenic neuroscientist solves cases with the FBI by making things up.

A schizophrenic neuroscientist solves cases with the FBI by making things up.

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Mar 4, 2015 6:11AM EST
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A neurotic neuroscientist assists a hard-shelled - but loveable - female agent solve crimes with the help of his severe schizophrenic breaks. Yes, a positive take on a genius with invisible friends. Played amazingly by the incomparable Eric McCormack. His character reminds me of a male Bones with added psychological issues. I need not say more?

A neurotic neuroscientist assists a hard-shelled - but loveable - female agent solve crimes with the help of his severe schizophrenic breaks. Yes, a positive take on a genius with invisible friends. Played amazingly by the incomparable Eric McCormack. His character reminds me of a male Bones with added psychological issues. I need not say more?