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  • May 11, 2019
    It's a fun television show that puts crime shows in an interesting and new perspective. It's easy to see that they had to pick up the pace of it since they got cancelled but I thought they wrapped up the show really well and even gave nods to the earlier episodes.
  • Apr 14, 2019
    Esta genial la serie, en lo personal me entretuvo mucho, quisiera una segunda temporada de limitless
  • Mar 13, 2019
    One of the best shows Iâ??Â?ve seen in years. Excellent story telling, great comedy and action. It actually makes you care about the characters. Once again I have no idea what the professional critics are thinking by giving it such a low rating. They are so out of touch with what people actually like.
  • Feb 25, 2019
    I thought this was a great show.
  • Dec 23, 2018
    I loved this tv series. I am crushed there isnt a season 2. I started a Instagram page for people who feel the same way, if we get enough of us maybe we can get it back in air!
  • Dec 09, 2018
    Basically a piss poor version of BBC's Sherlock. It's fun and easy on the eye for all it's faults. But if it was axed half way through a series, I wouldn't really care.
  • Sep 30, 2018
    They should deffintly add a season two the first season got me hooked and there not making season two that is a shame
  • Sep 23, 2018
    Everything about this show is mediocre, from the arrogant, gormless protagonist and cardboard characters to the disjointed plot to the campy, melodramatic music. The main plot device, the NZT, is particularly clumsy and ridiculous - while Brian gains spectacular special abilities when it's convenient, like learning five languages in an hour, reading literally all the case files in the FBI building where he works, or cliché'd, Psych-style detail flashbacks, he otherwise remains a complete moron. For instance, rather than using the info from his flashbacks effectively, he usually just blurts them out to whoever is in front of him, regardless of the consequences. When he learns five languages by listening to an hour of pop music, he announces on open HAM radio frequencies that he is an FBI agent, entrusts a random Malaysian kid with his mission, and then stands on a street corner in New York City wearing a placard with a local opium trafficker's name written in six-inch letters across the top, who then kidnaps him but decides to forgive him (AND call up a pirate buddy in South China Sea and get him to release one of Brian's buddies!) in exchange for a rare pinball machine. In the background of all this is his insipid narration, which never says anything that the visuals it accompanies weren't saying already.
  • Aug 14, 2018
    It’s complicated and maybe being on nzt would help our more dimwited viewer follow but if you can keep up then you are really in for a treat.
  • Aug 14, 2018
    One of the best Series I have ever watched. Very sad, that it is discontinued

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