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Poster for Eureka (2006).


ID s4k
Tipo de entrada Séries de TV
Genres sci-fi, comedy, drama, mystery
Countries USA
Línguas en
Duration 44 min
External links imdb , wikipedia , omdb
Poster for episode Pilot.


U.S. Marshal Jack Carter is transporting a high-priority fugitive — his runaway teenage daughter Zoe — back to Los Angeles. Unfortunately, he's also lost on a lonely back road. When he accidentally wrecks the car, father and daughter find themselves stranded in an odd little town called Eureka, where the children are geniuses and the car mechanics are former NASA engineers. As he waits for his car to be fixed, Jack gets caught up in an urgent search for a missing local child, Brian Perkins. The boy has just disappeared in a freak accident — a very freak accident: he's apparently been swallowed by a mysterious vortex that burned off the back half of his parents' R.V. Although Eureka's world-weary sheriff, Bill Cobb; his deputy, Jo Lupo; and even an agent from the Department of Defense, Allison Blake, warn Jack to back off, he refuses to quit. Soon, by spotting clues that everyone else has missed, he discovers that the supposedly lost kid is still hiding in the R.V. That earns Jack some respect but no more details about what's really going on in this bizarre town. Only after another vortex nearly kills Sheriff Cobb does Blake finally admit that she could use Jack's help. She hands him a book-length nondisclosure agreement and orders him to sign. Then she reveals the town's secret: Eureka was established after World War II as a covert haven for the nation's greatest scientists. Its centerpiece is the Advanced Research Facility, a vast underground structure crammed with exotic projects and dedicated researchers. The only area that Blake won't show Jack is Section 5, where an obsessively clandestine team works on military projects. Despite all this brainpower, however, no one will admit to knowing what's causing the devastating vortices, and Jack can't prove his suspicion that Section 5 is involved. That night, yet another vortex rips through the town's diner, killing a man. The crisis is growing steadily worse. Jack, Blake and Deputy Jo Lupo trace the origin of the disturbances to the Perkins residence. There, Brian's panicky mother explains that her husband has locked himself in the basement, desperate to fix major problems with a top-secret experiment he's been conducting. Jack and Lupo force their way into Dr. Perkins's lab, where they discover a ringed device spitting out arcs of blue energy. It's a prototype tachyon accelerator, built to generate faster-than-light particles. Now out of control, it has apparently killed its creator and yielded a catastrophic side effect: all the laws of physics have begun to corrode. Soon, the town will be one vast vortex, and eventually the whole planet will be ripped apart. Although Jack is a stranger to quantum physics — and really just wants to protect his daughter — only he holds the key to solving this cosmic disaster. And, assuming he succeeds, he'll have a job waiting for him: as the new sheriff of the strangest town in the country.

Poster for episode Many Happy Returns.

Many Happy Returns

After a strange accident sidelines Eureka's sheriff, U.S. Marshal Jack Carter takes over the investigation into the mysterious phenomenon that led to the death of a resident. Carter learns about the secret purpose of the town while trying to re-establish a connection with his angry and bitter daughter, Zoe. He develops a friendly working relationship with government liaison Allison Blake and meets some of the more eccentric residents of Eureka.

Poster for episode Before I Forget.

Before I Forget

Carter and the other citizens of Eureka attend the funeral of Susan Perkins. Much to their surprise, Ms. Perkins makes a return to Eureka as a woman who is very much alive!

Poster for episode Alienated.


Jack Carter accidentally shoots Henry while suffering from short-term memory loss, meanwhile a visit from a noted scientist may hold clues into to his sudden memory loss.

Poster for episode Invincible.


Spencer is apparently abducted by aliens and then returned to earth the next day inside a crop circle. Also, the town is visited by the congressman whose committee is responsible for its government funding.

Poster for episode Dr. Nobel.

Dr. Nobel

An unpredictable researcher accidentally unleashes a dangerous artifact which was hidden by Nathan Stark.

Poster for episode Blink.


A sleeping weapons system is accidentally awakened by Fargo and Spencer. Henry tries to avert the pending catastrophe with the help of a retired, nonsensical scientist (Anthony Holland).

Poster for episode Right as Raynes.

Right as Raynes

Carter investigates an unusual car accident. Meanwhile, Stark, under the stress of completing a project on time, pressures two research teams to produce results.

Poster for episode Primal.


When the return of Eureka's star pupil causes problems all over town, Stark is forced to make a hard choice. Carter attempts to track down Zoe who has run off with the former resident.

Poster for episode Purple Haze.

Purple Haze

Taggart achieves a medical breakthrough while Fargo invents a device that bridges the divide between computers and human brains.

Poster for episode H.O.U.S.E. Rules.

H.O.U.S.E. Rules

Strange behavior exhibited by the townspeople is investigated by Carter,who has to solve the mystery before Stark makes a decision that could affect the world.

Poster for episode Once in a Lifetime.

Once in a Lifetime

A bad day in the lab forces Carter to rethink his decision to live in Eureka, prompting an intervention from S.A.R.A.H. (the self Activated Residential Automated Habitat).

Poster for episode Phoenix Rising.

Phoenix Rising

Recently, after Henry traveled through time to save Kim, the woman he loved, from deadly exposure to the mysterious artifact in Section Five, he and Jack Carter both enjoyed four years of a happy alternate future. Jack married Allison Blake, and Henry married Kim. Unfortunately, when that timeline destabilized, Jack had to force Henry to return to the past and let Kim die, restoring the proper timeline. Now, both men are struggling to cope with their memories of that lost future. As Henry grimly suppresses his grief, Jack clings to the hope that he and Allison are destined to marry. Allison, however, is currently committed to saving her ex-husband, Global Dynamics director Nathan Stark, from being fired because of Kim's death.

Poster for episode Try, Try Again.

Try, Try Again

Fargo accidentally activates a code-red device, generating a personal force field that grows at an alarming rate and threatens to engulf the entire Global Dynamics facility.

Poster for episode Unpredictable.


Climate changes besiege the town after an isolated deep freeze triggers a chain reaction of altered weather patterns, which result in hurricane conditions.

Poster for episode Games People Play.

Games People Play

Carter suffers a blow to the head, and finds himself in a parallel Eureka, where the residents seem to be vanishing.

Poster for episode Duck, Duck Goose.

Duck, Duck Goose

Eureka faces a threat from above when space debris accumulates into a massive cloud above the town; Sheriff Carter investigates in the hope of averting a disaster.

Poster for episode Noche de Sueños.

Noche de Sueños

The townspeople find themselves literally sharing their dreams following a toxic-waste spill, but the situation turns from amusing to dire when a lethal aspect of the spill is discovered.

Poster for episode Family Reunion.

Family Reunion

Fargo's grandfather is awakened from a 50-year slumber with no memory of how he was cryogenically put to sleep.

Poster for episode E-MC...?.


The dawn of the universe is re-created during an experiment that goes awry, and it falls to an antisocial genius to save the town.

Poster for episode Sight Unseen.

Sight Unseen

Carter pulls a vanishing act after inadvertently entangling himself in an abandoned research project centered on making things invisible.

Poster for episode God is in the Details.

God is in the Details

Strange phenomena are attributed to a biblical plague after faucets pour blood, and cases of sudden muteness and human bioluminescence occur.

Poster for episode Maneater.


Eureka's air-conditioning system develops a fault, causing sexually tense situations, when the female residents suddenly become attracted to Carter due to bacteria.

Poster for episode All That Glitters.

All That Glitters

The town along with its residents mysteriously start to deconstruct. The prime suspect is an artist who couldn't get along with Stark when he was working at Global Dynamics.

Poster for episode A Night at Global Dynamics.

A Night at Global Dynamics

Carter and Stark must worker together as an aggressive virus is sweeping across Eureka, while Kevin's life is in danger.

Poster for episode Bad to the Drone.

Bad to the Drone

Eureka is threatened by an intelligent drone with "issues" after an anti-missile test. Meanwhile, Eva Thorne, nicknamed "The Fixer", after dismantling and rebuilding several corporations, arrives in Eureka to evaluate Global Dynamics' expenditures.

Poster for episode What About Bob?.

What About Bob?

A scientist somehow vanishes from a sealed biosphere, prompting Carter and Allison to investigate. Meanwhile, the "Fixer" attempts to make Eureka's efforts more profitable.

Poster for episode Best in Faux.

Best in Faux

The town's annual dog show segues into a canine malfunction; Zoe worries about the impact of the accelerated physics program on her life; earthquakes affect Allison's wedding plans.

Poster for episode I Do Over.

I Do Over

It's Allison's and Nathan's big day - but time got stuck in a loop. Only Carter seems to be aware that he lives the same day over and over again. Carter's sister Lexi arrives early and with baggage while we get a glimpse of Eva Thorne's plans.

Poster for episode Show Me the Mummy.

Show Me the Mummy

A search for a mummy ensues after a famed archaeologist opens the tomb of an Egyptian queen at Global Dynamics.

Poster for episode Phased and Confused.

Phased and Confused

The emergence of a superhero makes Carter's job more difficult; Thorne's subterranean search for a secret beneath Eureka imperils Zoe and her friends.

Poster for episode Here Come the Suns.

Here Come the Suns

The race is on to find a new mayor. Thorne (Frances Fisher) endorses Dr. Herrera (Dean Marshall); Fargo (Neil Grayston) is backing Vincent (Chris Gauthier); and Zoe (Jordan Hinson) is campaigning for Lucas (Vanya Asher). Unfortunately, Zoe's political activism leads her to abandon her science project partner, Kylie (Margot Berner), with unexpected results. While the candidates play politics, Thorne shows Allison (Salli Richardson-Whitfield) a new chemical Zane (Niall Matter) developed. It will keep you cool under even the hottest of temperatures. Thorne professes friendship but will not tell Allison what she hopes to find in the old bunker. While Allison seeks the records that might reveal the truth, Zane and Carter (Colin Ferguson) develop old security camera footage and discover part of the secret. During an all-candidates meeting at Cafe Diem, standard civic issues take a back seat to a uniquely Eurekan problem when a second sun erupts and settles above the town. Zane and Allison quickly realize that someone created the orb but who -- and why?

Poster for episode From Fear to Eternity.

From Fear to Eternity

When a potentially world-altering scientific discovery from Eureka's past finally comes to light, can anyone be trusted with it? The question is far from rhetorical for Carter: Zoe's life is in immediate danger and Eva Thorne knows why. Trust is becoming a rare commodity in Eureka. Jo is unsure of her relationship with Zane while Carter and Allison wonder why Eva Thorne (Frances Fisher) is so secretive about the underground bunker. The bodies that were found there are to be shipped out, by Thorne's orders, before Henry can examine them. Thorne has ordered Dr. Hendricks to use his mysterious security system to defend the entire area. Carter hopes a photo from the Café Diem collection will supply a clue. Adding to the uncertainty, S.A.R.A.H. suddenly says Zoe is an intruder and cages her, claiming her DNA has been changed. Lexi thinks this proves that having an "intelligent" house is not very intelligent, but Fargo insists S.A.R.A.H. cannot make a mistake.

Poster for episode Welcome Back Carter.

Welcome Back Carter

Following his termination as sheriff, Carter interviews for a job with the Department of Homeland Security. Deputy Lupo resigns when she learns the new sheriff is a very personable robot.

Poster for episode Your Face or Mine?.

Your Face or Mine?

Carter takes a grueling recertification exam that tests him physically and psychologically; Allison pitches a town-wide DNA-monitoring security system to Henry that injures Deputy Lupo during the inaugural scan.

Poster for episode Insane in the P-Brane.

Insane in the P-Brane

Objects become ambulatory after Dr. Tess Fontana (Jamie Ray Newman) reopens Section 5, which may be the work of poltergeists.

Poster for episode It's Not Easy Being Green.

It's Not Easy Being Green

Long-term rivals from Area 51 visit Eureka for a bowling tournament; Carter probes an escalating series of pranks.

Poster for episode If You Build It….

If You Build It…

A strange structure comprised of electronics and scrap metal is assembled in a field by Eureka's teenagers, who appear to have been manipulated while they were sleeping.

Poster for episode Ship Happens.

Ship Happens

Henry's ship returns, and Carter thinks it may be linked to the town's deadly electrical anomalies.

Poster for episode Shower the People.

Shower the People

Allison's baby shower yields eco-friendly gifts and the discovery of drowned scientists in an area where drowning is impossible.

Poster for episode You Don't Know Jack.

You Don't Know Jack

A sonic cleaning at Global Dynamics coincides with a phenomenon that causes Eureka's citizens to develop a communal form of Alzheimer's. Meanwhile, Allison goes into labor in the third-season finale.

Poster for episode Have an Ice Day.

Have an Ice Day

While Allison is on maternity leave Tess steps in and runs Global Dynamics. Zoe takes an aptitude test which shows what career she should pursue and the results doesn't match her expectations. Meanwhile, an ice-core taken from Antarctica is delivered to Eureka and things in Eureka gets very chilly. An old friend shows up to help out.

Poster for episode What Goes Around Comes Around.

What Goes Around Comes Around

In the third-season finale, Tess receives a job offer in Australia, Zoe is set to leave for Harvard, and Carter must contend with a magnetic disturbance that's floating above Eureka.

Poster for episode Founder's Day.

Founder's Day

Poster for episode A New World.

A New World

Poster for episode All the Rage.

All the Rage

Poster for episode The Story of O2.

The Story of O2

Poster for episode Crossing Over.

Crossing Over

Poster for episode Momstrosity.


Poster for episode The Ex-files.

The Ex-files

Poster for episode I'll Be Seeing You.

I'll Be Seeing You

Poster for episode O Little Town....

O Little Town...

Poster for episode  Glimpse.


Poster for episode  Up in the Air.

Up in the Air

Poster for episode  Omega Girls.

Omega Girls

Poster for episode  Of Mites and Men.

Of Mites and Men

Poster for episode  Clash of the Titans.

Clash of the Titans

Poster for episode  This One Time at Space Camp....

This One Time at Space Camp...

Poster for episode  One Small Step....

One Small Step...

Poster for episode  One Giant Leap....

One Giant Leap...

Poster for episode Do You See What I See.

Do You See What I See

Poster for episode The Real Thing.

The Real Thing

Poster for episode Force Quit.

Force Quit

Poster for episode Friendly Fire.

Friendly Fire

Poster for episode Jack of All Trades.

Jack of All Trades

Poster for episode Worst Case Scenario.

Worst Case Scenario

Poster for episode Ex Machina.

Ex Machina

Poster for episode In Too Deep.

In Too Deep

Poster for episode Smarter Carter.

Smarter Carter

Poster for episode The Honeymooners.

The Honeymooners

Poster for episode Mirror, Mirror.

Mirror, Mirror

Poster for episode Double Take.

Double Take

Poster for episode Just Another Day.

Just Another Day