For years, the government has been secretly relocating the world's geniuses (and their families) to the idyllic Pacific Northwest town of Eureka, where daily life straddles the line between unprecedented innovation and total chaos. When U.S. Marshal Jack Carter (Ferguson) wrecks his car and becomes stranded in Eureka, he quickly realizes that all is not what it seems. After the town's eccentric inhabitants unleash a brainchild with a catastrophic aftermath, Carter steps in to restore order and consequently is let in on one of our country's best-kept secrets.

Episode Info

Prev: 5x13 -- Just Another Day (Jul/16/2012)

Wormholes randomly materialize around Eureka as the Department of Defense is set to shut the town down in the series finale.

Colin FergusonColin Ferguson
As Jack Carter
Salli Richardson-WhitfieldSalli Richardson-Whitfield
As Allison Blake (as Salli Richardson-Whitfield)
Joe MortonJoe Morton
As Henry Deacon
Jordan HinsonJordan Hinson
As Zoe Carter (S01-S03, recurring afterward)
Ed QuinnEd Quinn
As Nathan Stark (episodes 2-30)
Erica CerraErica Cerra
As Josefina 'Jo' Lupo
Neil GraystonNeil Grayston
As Douglas Fargo / Voice of Sara
Niall MatterNiall Matter
As Zane Donovan (S03-, recurring previously)
Debrah FarentinoDebrah Farentino
As Beverly Barlow (S01, recurring afterward)
Matt FrewerMatt Frewer
As Jim Taggart (episodes 1, 4-12, recurring afterward)



Reviews: 61
tounge in cheek product placementRating: 11 likes, 1 dislikes

sometimes with a less recycled plot but usually worth watching
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Review posted on Tuesday, August 16th 2011 at 9:23 am


Reviews: 15
Eureka!Rating: 7 likes, 10 dislikes

There is always something futuristic and sci-fi going on, cool gadgets, lot's of humor and inside jokes. Each season has a great plot, which is mystic and interesting, and you don't always know who the "bad guys" are, and who's the "good guys". for example, one thing that happened in the pilot episode of Eureka wasn't explained until the season finale of season 2. and the very first thing that happened in season 1, the pilot episode, has yet to be explained. it's so mystical and interesting, and even though it has some so-called "filler" episodes (episodes that won't affect the plot), it still is funny, spectacular and interesting. it has a variety of cast, with a lot of unkown actors. which is a good thing, because it makes the show a bit more original (if you haven't seen the characters before, you cannot compare them to earlier work etc. ). Read more

Review posted on Saturday, November 29th 2008 at 2:02 am

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5x13: Just Another Day recap: The episode begins with Allison telling Jack that, she can’t believe Eureka is being shut down. Later Henry tells Jack that Grace’s hearing is today, but they wouldn’t tell him where. Henry then decides to find out what information; the Henry from the other time gave Grace so he can help her out. Jo meanwhile is overseeing the shutting down of GD. Zane comes in and Jo discusses her new job offer with him. Zane too reveals that he has a few good job offers. Allison meanwhile tells Holly that she is fine, after running a few tests on her. Holly retorts that everything is fine; except that she can’t remember anything from the first time she came to Eureka. Holly also admits to Allison that she doesn’t remember anything about dating Doug... read more.

5x12: Double Take recap: The episode begins with Allison asking Jack, who is sitting with Andy at the cafe where he has been, as she has been searching for him all over. He tells her how the smart dust has been messing with his communication device. Jack tells her how they found the smart dust control device. Allison in turn tells Jack how Zane was arrested, just as she and Zane had stumbled upon something. Allison tells Jack that Jo, Henry and Holly none of them are acting like themselves, therefore something is wrong. Andy tells her that all of it could be the effect of the smart dust. Henry meanwhile releases Grace from captivity, much to her surprise. Jack and Andy meanwhile stop the car of Dr. Tuckman who was on the Astraes crew, and tell the baffled doctor to come along with them... read more.

5x11: Mirror, Mirror recap: The episode begins with Jack receiving complaints from one neighbor about the other hiding something. Jack tells Allison it has been like this for weeks, ever since the news about a spy has spread through Eureka. Doug meanwhile is busy instructing Holly to fill up all the paperwork that is required to be completed, now that she has been brought back to life. Doug tells Zane that the paperwork needs to be done in order to inform all government agencies that, Holly’s death certificate was filed erroneously. Holly then wonders how she should spend her new life. Meanwhile on Jo’s information officials from DOD have arrived to take Grace into custody... read more.

5x10: The Honeymooners recap: The episode begins, with Allison trying to guess where Jack is taking her for their honeymoon. She in the end is disappointed to see that, Jack has brought her to a cottage just 10 minutes outside town for their honeymoon. Jack wants Allison and him to work on this cottage to make it their own. Allison in the end realizes where Jack is coming from and the romantic gesture and planning behind the whole thing. Zane, Henry and Grace in the meanwhile are busy bio-printing Holly’s body. Once the body is completed Holly’s consciousness would be transferred into it. Henry tells Grace how glad he is that Grace is back home. Holly’s bio-printed body is in the meanwhile complete. Allison in the meanwhile is busy working on the cottage that, Jack has actually inherited from the previous sheriff... read more.

5x9: Smarter Carter recap: The episode begins with Jack and Allison walking around as a married couple. Allison then leaves to meet her brother alone, as her brother is prejudiced against dumb people. Zane in the meanwhile manages to make modifications to the program, to get Holly’s image out of the program. She can now walk around within the confines of the house. Doug promises Holly that she shall eventually be able to get out of the house too, but for that the program will have to be modified further, which might take some more time. Holly then begs Zane to get her out. Later Henry and Zane plan how they can get Holly permanently out of the program. In order to help Holly they need some heavy duty hardware, also they tell Jo that they wouldn’t be telling Doug about it for now, as that is how Holly wants it... read more.
Recurring Guests

Chris Gauthier as Vincent (67 eps)
Tembi Locke as Grace Monroe (24 eps)
Christopher Jacot as Larry (22 eps)
Kavan Smith as Deputy Andy (21 eps)
Felicia Day as Dr. Holly Marten (18 eps)
Trevor Jackson (1) as Kevin (16 eps)
Debrah Farentino as Beverly Barlow (15 eps)
Wil Wheaton as Dr. Isaac Parrish (12 eps)
Jaime Ray Newman as Tess Fontana (12 eps)
Vanya Asher as Lucas (12 eps)

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Network: Syfy ( USA)
Type: Scripted
Genres: Action, Adventure, Drama, Fantasy, Sci-Fi
Status: Ended
Airs: Mondays at 09:00 pm
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: July 18, 2006
Ended: July 16, 2012
• A Town Called Eureka (Used In United Kingdom)
• EUReKA - Die geheime Stadt (Used In Germany)
• Heuréka - město divů (Used In Czech Republic)
• Эврика (Used In Russia)
• איוריקה (Used In Israel)
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