Eleventh Hour : Season 1

  • Network: CBS
  • Series Premiere Date: Oct 9, 2008
User Score

Generally favorable reviews- based on 18 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 13 out of 18
  2. Negative: 4 out of 18

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  1. Christina
    Oct 10, 2008
    The "science" behind it is a bit absurd, but it's worth an hour of your time...and scientific accuracy isn't really the point with something like this... But, if you are interested in the real science behind the show, check out www.eleventhhourfacts.com These guys have some interesting info on whether human cloning (the topic of the first episode) is really possible.
  2. ED.
    Oct 22, 2008
    The writing for the pilot and first episode was awful. The stories made no sense. It was a confused mess. Sorry - but this is a six week run and gone.
  3. EliasC.
    Nov 16, 2008
    This show needs to find it's substance and has possibilities. Adapted from the mediocre British limited series, this American adaptation has potential but must find a way to write more interesting characters than are so far portrayed. Worth keeping around and better than the abysmal Fringe. I'll look at it again mid-season.

Mixed or average reviews - based on 26 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 12 out of 26
  2. Negative: 5 out of 26
  1. Hood comes across as brilliant but aloof. Young, meanwhile, seems to be angry, but the source of her anger isn't really explored (we can only assume that babysitting a scientist, no matter how brilliant, is not the job people sign up for when they go to work for the FBI).
  2. Reviewed by: James Poniewozik
    Simultaneously gross and sanctimonious, this histrionic science procedural is mainly a warning against the cloning of TV concepts.
  3. 70
    A bit generic, despite the creepy particulars of this series’ science-based mysteries--think a more mainstream "Fringe."