Eureka

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Syfy (ended 2012)

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Show Summary

Small town. Big secret. A car accident leads U.S. Marshal Jack Carter (Colin Ferguson) into the top-secret Pacific Northwest town of Eureka. For decades, the United States government has relocated the world's geniuses to Eureka, a town where innovation and chaos have lived hand in hand.

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  • loved it

    10
    Watched this on and truely storyline and I so loved the characters.

    They could have stretched it out for another season

    Why so sy fy always cancel good shows
  • The name says it all. Eureka

    10
    I have watched this show over and over again. More times that any other. I can't believe it's over. It is by far some of the most entertaining television I have ever seen. Who ever canceled this show should lose their job!
  • Come Back

    8.0
    I wish this show never ended :(
  • What a treat.

    7.0
    I stumbled upon this show and have watched it non stop ever since. I like scifi and this is fun a little like the original Star Treks. Im glad I have so many more seasons to watch, but sad knowing it's coming to an end. It's very well done. (And oddly enough the person below me posted on my bday. :) )
  • Eureka

    10
    Miss this show so much :) was always fun to watch !
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    Categories

    Comedy, Science Fiction

    Themes

    Love & Romance, genius inventor, fish out of water, light science fiction, corporate secrets