The DOD is pulling the plug on Eureka. Everyone is processing what to do next when the movers arrive early. As Fargo fights for more time, a prematurely packed quantum field stabilizer causes wormholes to randomly appear around Eureka. And as our heroes grapple with saying good-bye, they have to work together one last time to stop the bizarre anomalies before their beloved town is turned inside-out.
It’s Invasion of the Body Snatchers, Eureka-style. The Smart Dust control unit is still on the fritz and wreaking havoc on the town’s communications systems. Worse, the bio-printer has gone missing, Holly (Felicia Day) is definitely not herself, and Astraeus crewmembers are mysteriously disappearing at the hands of Carter and Deputy Andy.
When Grace’s spying is revealed, mistrust is in the air. Major Shaw shows up to take control of the situation just as a geo-engineering project cuts off communications to the outside world, and a mysterious message to Holly has her acting not like herself. But she’s not the only one...
Carter’s best-laid plans to give Allison a romantic honeymoon are thrown for a loop when their definitions of "romantic" differ... greatly. But there’s more in the way of their relaxing getaway when saboteurs are uncovered in Eureka and the re-embodiment of Holly encounters some technical difficulties that could threaten her very existence -- virtual or otherwise.
When Allison’s genius older brother comes to meet her new husband, Carter feels the pressure of not being smart enough to measure up. But when his intelligence begins to suddenly grow exponentially, Allison has to find out why or risk losing the man she loves for good.
Allison and Carter’s engagement hits rough waters when Carter’s attempt at romance traps them at the bottom of Lake Archimedes in a leaking sub. Their survival depends on Jo’s ability to sort through a series of pranks at GD, Eureka style, and an experiment gone terribly wrong.
As the town of Eureka holds a memorial service for Holly Marten, Fargo and Zane secretly work to retrieve Holly’s "consciousness” from the Matrix Eureka computer mainframe. But with the installation of a new "Big Brother" DOD security program at GD, that isn’t easy. Especially when strange hauntings begin to happen at GD, seemingly tied to Carter gaining new "powers".
To better protect against potential security breaches, Henry implements a disaster preparedness drill for Global Dynamics. But the real-life simulation proves a little too disastrous: it may be just an exercise but those missiles pointed at Eureka are absolutely real! Meanwhile, Fargo enlists Zane to undertake a secret simulation of his own-- and faces a hard reality.
The Astraeus crew must move forward after their matrix ordeal, but it isn’t easy. And a return visit from DOD psychological assessor Warren Hughes just adds to the pressure. The emotional fallout and strange accidents along with some bizarre behavior from Carter and others have to be kept under wraps. But when Carter’s life hangs in the balance the unusual activities are revealed, risking the very existence of the team.
With life back to normal, the Astraeus crew struggles to overcome their Matrix Eureka experience: what was real, what wasn’t and what could become self-fulfilling prophecy. Fargo struggles to come to terms with Holly’s death. Allison and Zane begin to look at their romantic relationships through the lens of a potential future that saw Carter and Jo together. And old animosities erupt as Parrish’s latest pet project literally lights a fire under everyone and threatens to ignite the town.
The ship is finally found but the crew has been taken. When Carter is tasked with attempting to rescue the kidnapped crew by following them into the virtual Eureka, will he be able to get them out before their matrix world collapses for good?
Carter, Henry, Kevin and the rest of the town continue to search for the missing Astraeus crew. Kevin’s strangelet detector discovers the ship’s trail! But where they are and who has been hiding them will be a shock to everyone.
After the Astraeus mission’s premature launch to Titan, Allison and the frantic crew manage to land the ship safely... only to find out they are actually back on Earth! But what seemed like only a few hours was in fact a few years, and now the crewmembers have to re-adjust to life as usual back in Eureka, but there’s nothing usual about it.
Syfy's hit series Eureka follows the interplay between the geniuses of a government think tank and their regular-guy sheriff. See Eureka's greatest moments, unforgettable characters and special effects in this exclusive retrospective.
Do You See What I See: A mysterious kaleidoscopic wave of color crashes over Eureka, leaving the entire town and its inhabitants animated.
With the Astraeus countdown underway, Carter (Colin Ferguson) hopes Allison (Salli Richardson-Whitfield) and Kevin (Trevor Jackson) will decide to move in with him. Personal issues get shelved when Carter and Jo (Erica Cerra) investigate a mysterious attack on the presidential convoy. Initial clues point to super-environmentalist Dr. Plotkin (Dave Foley), but when cosmic anomalies start popping up all over town, Plotkin's radical research looks like it might save the day. But not for long... At Global Dynamics, as Henry (Joe Morton) and Senator Wen (Ming-Na) oversee final launch preparations, Fargo (Neil Grayston) and Holly (Felicia Day) make some preparations of their own. Henry and Grace (Tembi Locke) exchange wistful goodbyes while Jo's farewell to Zane (Niall Matter) carries a deeper meaning he does not yet suspect. Carter and Plotkin quickly discover that their solution is only temporary and that Eureka faces certain annihilation. Their one hope is an insanely dangerous plan that puts Carter in the direct path of earth-shattering forces -- but neither he nor anyone else realizes that another threat, much worse, looms over the Astraeus mission and its crew.
Eureka clip - starring Colin Ferguson, Erica Cerra, Joe Morton, Neil Grayston, Jordan Hinson, Chris Gauthier.
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Eureka: Season 2 clip - starring Colin Ferguson, Erica Cerra, Joe Morton, Neil Grayston, Jordan Hinson, Chris Gauthier.
A newly hired Sheriff reports for duty in the small, bucolic Pacific Northwest town of Eureka and soon discovers that it is not what it seems. For years, the government has been relocating the world's geniuses (and their families) to this small town, creating the ultimate think-tank community in which strange, amazing, and bizarre things happen as the quirky inhabitants unleash scientific & technological creations still unknown by the outside world.
Eureka kicks off its 4th season with the introduction of new series regular James Callis (Battlestar Galactica) as "Dr. Grant," a former resident of the town whose unexpected return is cause for serious alarm and, considering his romantic interest in Allison Blake (Salli Richardson-Whitfield), significant friction with Sheriff Jack Carter (Colin Ferguson). New and returning fans won't want to miss the big changes in store for everyone in the small town of Eureka after a cataclysmic shift turns their lives upside down.
Syfy Channel's hit dramedy series "Eureka" returns for its third season. A small town with big secrets, Eureka is a community of geniuses assembled by the government to conduct top-secret research. What they've unwittingly created is a place where anything imaginable can happen -- and does. With Jack Carter (Colin Ferguson) now firmly installed as Eureka's sheriff, there's still much he doesn't know about the goings-on at top secret research facility Global Dynamics, but each time havoc is unleashed, it usually leads Carter back to the lab. Season three delves deeper into the classified, inner-workings of Global Dynamics and continues to explore the intertwined personal relationships of Eureka's colorful and quirky residents.
Eureka is a small town with a big secret: Under the radar, and off the map, it is a government-sponsored haven for the world's smartest people: a place where innovation and breakthrough invention is an everyday occurrence and anything is possible.
Eureka's fifth and final season culminates with an exciting series conclusion that will complete the journey of the residents of the unique little town of Eureka. As the thrilling final season kicks off, the town is reeling after the Astraeus and her crew mysteriously vanished just before their planned launch to Titan. When they finally crash land, Allison and the crewmembers are shocked to find themselves back in Eureka - and that they've been missing for four years. As the town copes with the shocking personal changes that have happened during their long absence, Sheriff Carter and Henry try to uncover the truth about the forces behind the crew's bizarre disappearance - with deadly results.
Check out this exclusive sneak peek from the upcoming season of "Eureka."
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