Intelligence: Season 1 (2014)


Critic Consensus: Intelligence fails to live up to its name, with corny dialogue and overblown violence that cannot be rescued by its capable leading actors.


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Series 1 of this action-packed spy drama centres on the U.S. Cyber Command unit and its star operative Gabriel Vaughn (Josh Holloway), who has a microchip implanted in his brain that gives him access to key intel information. In the pilot, Cybercom director Lillian Strand (Marg Helgenberger) recruits Secret Service agent Riley Neal (Meghan Ory) as Gabriel's partner and protector. Working together, they keep the world safe from those who threaten it, including terrorists, drug cartels and a rogue Army general. They also cross paths with a Chinese national named Mei Chen (Faye Kingslee) who's enhanced with a stolen chip that's similar to the one in Vaughn. On the personal front, Gabriel deals with the loss of his wife, Lillian has daddy issues, and an undercover assignment in Syria reunites Riley with her ex-boyfriend.


Josh Holloway
as Gabriel
Meghan Ory
as Riley Neal
Marg Helgenberger
as Lillian Strand
Michael Rady
as Chris Jameson
John Billingsley
as Dr. Shenendoah Cassidy
P.J. Byrne
as Nelson Cassidy
Tomas Arana
as DNI Adam Weatherly
Lance Reddick
as DCI Tetazoo
Faye Kingslee
as Mei Chen
Peter Coyote
as Leland Strand
Elden Henson
as Amos Pembroke
Sandra Cevallos
as DHS Anna Rachey
James Martinez
as Gonzalo "Gonzo" Rodriguez
Bill Smitrovich
as Stanwick Finnegan
Tommy Dewey
as Bryce Tyler
Kristof Konrad
as Torbin Salvi
Laura Wiggins
as Rebecca Strand
Nick Searcy
as Gen. Greg Carter
Richard Chiu
as Jung Ahn
Yancey Arias
as Javier Leon
Alan Ruck
as Jonathan Cain
Ilia Volok
as Dominik Salvi
Michael Trucco
as Agent Griffin
Robert Curtis Brown
as Sen. Thomas Bradshaw
Rosalind Chao
as Sheng-Li Wang
Samantha Smith
as Susan Hawkins
James MacDonald (II)
as DFBI Oliver Sicola
Iris Almario
as Marcela Leon
Cas Anvar
as Ibrahim Al-Munin
René Ashton
as Erika Bradshaw
James MacDonald
as DFBI Oliver Sicola
David Marciano
as Gordon Greyson
Charlie Koznick
as David Collingsworth
Annie Wersching
as Kate Anderson
Michael Klesic
as Bearded Ukrainian
Grace Huang
as Mei Chen
Joseph David Jones
as Lance Corporal
Chloe Noelle
as Farrah Mahar
Jack Topalian
as Vincent Canello
Abbie Cobb
as Mackenzie Bradshaw
Yves Bright
as Professor Donovan
Andrea Grano
as Susan Marsham
Debra Mooney
as Mary Vaughn
Bonita Friedericy
as Governor Christy Cameron
Tom Connolly
as MP Security Officer
Carrie Coon
as Luanne Vick
Jagua Arneja
as Jeep Driver
Tania Raymonde
as Emily Tyner
Konstantin Lavysh
as Large Ukrainian Man
Russ Bain
as Tristan Bissette
John Pollono
as Eric Hanson
Emily Chang
as Jenni Wu
Stephen Oyoung
as Gunman Bravo
Monica Herman
as Jenna Hanson
Tony Amendola
as Parviz Shirazi
Lucas Davis
as Carlos Reyes
Michael Albala
as Undersecretary
Michael Benyaer
as Badri Adani
Yorgo Constantine
as Marius Cottier
Kim Whalen
as Samantha Royce
Brooke Robinson
as Hanna Hanson
Garret T. Sato
as Chinese Ambassador
Peter Bryant
as DNI Carl Russell
Todd Quillen
as Security Manager
Omar Elba
as SMI Officer
Simon Chin
as Huang Fu
Paris Benjamin
as Afghan Mother
Said Faraj
as Col. Hafez Shawqat
David Wong
as Chinese Embassy Guard #1
Paris Benjamin
as Afghan Mother
Stephanie Nash
as Mrs. Cain
Lidia Porto
as Office Worker
Tina D'Marco
as Luisa Reyes
Scott Speiser
as Paramedic
Dan Klass
as Director of NRC
Joey Anaya
as Officer Worker #2
Misha Gonz-Cirkl
as Agent Thomas
Gerald Webb
as Cybercom Agent
Roy Vongtama
as Chinese Embassy Guard #2
Henry Mah
as Anesthesiologist
Lamont Holmes
as Security Officer
Yanellie Ireland
as Afghan Girl
Vachik Mangassarian
as Principal Abu Bakr
Mesha Toor
as Female Officer
Miredys Peguero
as Naked Woman
Endre Hules
as Ambassador Serge Rudonov
Ken Shocknek
as Newscaster
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Critic Reviews for Intelligence Season 1

All Critics (34) | Top Critics (20)

Lots of cartoon violence mixed with -- irony alert -- not enough intelligence.

Jan 6, 2014 | Rating: C | Full Review…
Top Critic

The series too often builds tension by drawing on the reasonable fear we have of terrorist attacks.

Dec 20, 2013 | Full Review…
Top Critic

Call yourself whatever you want, Intelligence. Just don't insult ours.

Feb 3, 2014 | Full Review…

The attempt to ground the show in reality feels unnecessary and not fun, because nothing here is all that unbelievable.

Jan 8, 2014 | Full Review…
Top Critic

The opener offers plenty of running, fighting and shooting, plus a spy-vs.-spy plot that's barely interesting enough to warrant the energy it takes to follow.

Jan 8, 2014 | Rating: 2/4 | Full Review…

The producers provide plenty of action, much of it triggered by the understandable fact that every enemy on Earth would like to get hold of Gabriel's microchip, or find one of his own.

Jan 8, 2014 | Rating: 3/5 | Full Review…

After a weak start, the show has found its voice and is telling the type of future tech stories that other procedurals can't.

Feb 20, 2014 | Full Review…

Somehow, the show works, and that's solely thanks to Holloway.

Jan 9, 2014 | Rating: 7.4/10 | Full Review…

This new Intelligence insults ours.

Jan 8, 2014 | Full Review…

The series seems like it's been cobbled together from pieces of other shows and movies and resulting product is not equal to the sum of its parts.

Jan 8, 2014 | Rating: 3/5 | Full Review…

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