One of the most unique crime solvers on television, eccentric neuroscience professor Dr. Daniel Pierce, is recruited by the FBI to help solve complex cases. Dr. Pierce possesses an intimate knowledge of human behavior and a masterful understanding of the way the mind works. Although Pierce's mind may be brilliant, it's also damaged, as he suffers from paranoid schizophrenia.
Dr. Daniel Pierce is the talented but eccentric neuroscientist, who was invited the FBI to assistin the investigation of the most difficult cases. Dr. Pierce workes closely with Kate Moretti, a former student, who recruited him to work in FBI. There is also Max Lewicki â€“ the assistant of Dr. Pierce and Natalie Vincent â€“ his best friend in the team.Read more »
Dr. Daniel Pierce continues to work with the FBI. In the second season, there are new characters: Dr. Sabina Callen the therapist assigned to work with Moretti after she is involved in a shooting. Callen is called in as standard procedure and helps Moretti come to some deep conclusions despite Morettiâ€™s objection to needing therapy. Todd Erlich is an AUSA official from the New York office sent to handle the investigation into a shooting that involved Moretti. However, due to political parties involved in the case, Morettiâ€™s ex-husband and new boss Donnie worries that she might not be given a fair examination.Read more »
The third season continues the story about eccentric neuroscience professor who is recruited by the FBI to help solve complex cases. Dr. Daniel Pierceâ€™s picture-perfect new life in Paris is suddenly turned upside down after he is approached by the FBI legat to help with a dangerous international case. Meanwhile, his assistant Max Lewicki and Dean Paul Haley plot to get Pierce to return to Chicago.Read more »