An offbeat neuroscience professor suffering from paranoid schizophrenia works with the FBI to crack intricate cases in this crime drama. In the series premiere, the professor zeros in on the death of a pharmaceutical executive.
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
Like I mentioned last week , and a good majority of people have commented, Perception just seems like a mash up of every unbalanced yet equally as intelligent character from that other crime show you watch or used to watch or probably will watch again in more
" Perception ," the TNT series about a neuroscience professor with paranoid schizophrenia, debuted Monday night (July 9), bringing the mental condition into the public eye.
On the show, viewers are introduced to Daniel, played by "Will and Grace"'s E more
Eric McCormack showed fans a whole different side to himself with the premiere of his new crime procedural " Perception " (Mon., 10 p.m. ET on TNT). In it, McCormack plays Dr. Daniel Pierce, a brilliant scientist and professor who suffers from paranoid sc more
It's easy to look at TNT's new crime procedural Perception and have your thoughts wander to a list full of other television series that have contained lead characters with quirky, eccentric, and overly observant tendencies that help drive them to cracking more
In Shakespeare's "Hamlet," the ghost of the Prince of Denmark's slain father appears and sends his son off on the trail of an uncle who became king through murder.Dr. Daniel Pierce (Eric McCormack), the neuroscience professor who is the lead character in more
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Daniel Pierce is that guy. The one you flee as he argues with the air, or conducts an imaginary orchestra while he waits in line. But take a deeper look: You'll find a complicated man who also delivers beguiling lectures on the intricate workings of the b more