OK,I admit I was expecting something, at least at first, more original from the mind that created "Prison Break". While that show started with a brilliant premise it progressed in bursts and lulls. Early on, however, it was fairly riveting and definitely fresh. So, what "Zero Hour" begins with is a watered down Indiana Jones-ish tale of Nazi wrapped paranormal. Not exactly clearly original or clear in any way. The show after the first episode is mostly an enigma of mediocrity. To this I say: "don't give up". Zero Hour possesses some untapped potential in it's boldness to glom something mystical from the DaVinci Code, Indiana Jones, and whatever the heck else it aspires to be. Only time will is of the essence here in more ways than one. I'm not giving up on the mind of Paul Scheuring and I hope ABC doesn't either as I think there is some legs underneath the "pasta-on-the-wall" splat of the first two episodes.
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