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Minority Report
is an American science-fiction crime drama television series developed by Max Borenstein. It is a sequel adaptation to the 2002 film based on the 1956 science fiction short story "The Minority Report" by Philip K. Dick. It is produced by Amblin Television, Paramount Television (whose film studio co-owns the film via the pre-2005 DreamWorks library), and 20th Century Fox Television (whose film studio co-produced the film). It is the first Steven Spielberg–directed movie to be adapted for TV. The series premiered on Fox on September 21, 2015.

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Minority Report TV Series

Set in 2065 Washington, D.C. (eleven years after the events of the 2002 film), the series follows Dash (Sands), a Precog, who has the ability to predict crimes. The Precrime Unit was dismantled in 2054, forcing law enforcement to rely on newer methods to fight crime. Before it was dismantled, Dash, his twin brother Arthur (Zano), and their foster sister Agatha (Regan) were part of the program that gave them their unique gifts. Now, Dash is using his ability to assist Detective Lara Vega (Good) in preventing crimes, at the same time trying to keep his gift from being revealed, as there are those who want to obtain the Precogs at any cost.

"There were three of them, Dash, Arthur, Agatha. They were called the Precognitives. They could see murders before they happened. For six years, our police held them against their will and used them to save lives. But after the government's Precrime program was shut down, they were finally released. They kept themselves safe and hidden from the world... until now."


Minority Report TV Episodes (2015)

#1 "Pilot" September 21, 2015

The Precrime program was abolished and the three precogs, Agatha and her twin brothers Dash and Arthur, were sent to an island. Their records were erased and they had to promise not to intervene in the future. In 2065 in Washington, D.C., Dash is haunted by visions of murders. However, without his twin brother, he is lacking numbers and names he would need to prevent them, so he contacts Detective Lara Vega. A nurse at Open Vista, a rehab institution for former Precrime convicts suffering from a brain disorder caused by the halo containment system, is murdered by one of her patients, who then commits suicide to avoid arrest. Agatha tries to persuade Dash to return home. Dash foresees the murder of Peter Van Eyck's wife. He was the deputy chief of Precrime and is now campaigning, advocating the Hawk-Eye program for data-driven predictive policing. Dash meets with Wally, their former caretaker, and finally with Arthur who gives the missing location of another Open Vista patient who is seeking revenge for having lost his wife due to Precrime. Arthur and Agatha discuss to keep an eye on Vega because Agatha has a vision of the three of them being taken, while Dash is unable to see his own future.

#2 "Mr. Nice Guy" September 28, 2015

Dash sees the murder of a girl but can't envision the faces of the victim and murderer. They find the bar name Alpha on the victim's wrist and a tattoo on the murderer's arm from Dash's vision. Lara is questioned regarding the previous murder case of Eyck's wife. Dash goes to Arthur for the names, who, in return, asks Dash for a copy of a case file from Metro PD. Lara and Dash go to the club to watch over the victim and find out the murderer is Tyson Cole, a famous writer with a doctorate from Harvard. Lara tries to talk to Tyson, but he thinks she is trying to manipulate him for the media. Unable to get anything from Cole, Lara searches for the file that Arthur asked for earlier and learns that the case file is about a mother who died giving birth to twins. They then learn from Arthur that the victim's name is 'Blanca Garcia.' At the bar, Vega meets Blake who lies and says she's on a blind date. Blanca and Tyson grab a taxi together while Dash and Vega follow them. After realizing that Tyson is innocent, they look through Dash's vision and discover that the bartender from the club is the murderer. He has had a crush on Blanca, but she continually ignores him. Dash foresees the fight and helps Vega arrest the bartender. Later, Agatha has a vision of Vega visiting the precogs while they are, once again, hived together.

#3 "Hawk-Eye" October 5, 2015

A new police program called Hawk-Eye is put into place to predict criminals based on their activities. Vega enlists Akeela for help to get Dash into Hawk-Eye as an analyst as a cover so he can have freer access to police information.

#4 "Fredi" October 12, 2015

Dash goes undercover to figure out how to prevent the murder in his most recent vision, and develops feelings for one of the subjects in the vision, but everything isn't what it seems.

#5 "The Present" October 19, 2015

Dash realizes that Vega is the victim in his latest vision, and the team must solve her father's murder to prevent hers.

#6 "Fiddler's Neck" October 26, 2015

Dash, Vega, and Arthur return to the island the precogs went to after they were released from the Pre-Crime Division in order to prevent the death of a young girl. Agatha must confront the sins of her past, as well as Vega.

#7 "Honor Among Thieves" November 2, 2015

When following up on a murder that couldn't be prevented, Dash gets kidnapped. Vega and Arthur team up to attempt to rescue Dash. Flashbacks of the first couple of months after the precogs are released from the Pre-Crime Division.

#8 "The American Dream" November 16, 2015

Blake is suspicious about Vega and Dash and follows them. In his latest vision, Dash sees the torch from the Statue of Liberty and an octopus. Blake realizes Dash is a precog.

#9 "Memento Mori" November 23, 2015

A new milk bath and Blomfeld's motivation are revealed. The team pursues a geneticist.

#10 "Everybody Runs" November 30, 2015

Director Blomfeld has found the precogs. They end up in the milk bath, as Agatha predicted, and buyers are on their way. Wally wants them to run.

On October 9, 2015, Fox announced that the series order was cut from 13 episodes to 10.



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