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10
Mother's Day
2016-12-18
Helen stumbles after finding out the identity of the murderer; when Lukas and Philip disappear, Helen hurries to find them.

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9
Savior Unknown
2016-12-11
Ryan fights to cover his steps. Meanwhile, Helen's dim past returns and threatens her marriage as well as her ability to guard her family.

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8
The Larsons' Dog
2016-12-04
Ryan flirts with Kamilah to get close to Lukas. As she tracks the murderer, Helen develops a surprising emotional bond with Ryan.

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7
They Lied
2016-11-27
Lukas and Philip finally accept their romance. Helen wants Kamilah's assistance in protecting Lukas after she finds evidence that the cabin shooter is alive and dangerous.

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6
The Yellow Couch
2016-11-20
Helen is taken away from her quest for the murder weapon by Kamilah, who needs her assistance in finding a missing Sita. Lukas draws close his dream sponsorship, but securing it may demand an act of betrayal.

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5
The Lilies
2016-11-13
In an effort to stop Helen from getting to the bottom of things, Ryan interferes with an autopsy. Philip handles a surprise visit from his mother.

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4
Creme Brulee
2016-11-06
Ryan tries to close Helen's case. Helen and Gabe's marriage is tried when Philip shares a deep secret.

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3
Bella, Bella, Bella
2016-10-30
Helen looks for assistance from Agent Kamilah Davis in finding a potential witness. The boys ditch school and go to a club in New York City that's not what Lukas expected.

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2
Bless the Beast and the Children
2016-10-23
Philip and Lukas discover proof that the murderer's alive. Helen attempts not to let the case influence her marriage.

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1
Pilot
2016-10-16
EYEWITNESS is a bone-chilling crime thriller that dives into the lives of two teen boys after they secretly meet up in a cabin, bear witness to a shooting and barely flee with their lives. Desperate to keep their relationship a secret and in terror of being found by the perpetrator, they stay silent but soon find out that what has been seen cannot be unseen -- and when you witness a horrible event, it alters everything.

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Eyewitness, aired on USA Network in 2016, is a compelling American thriller drama television series based on the award-winning Norwegian series "Øyevitne." The well-charted plot, evocative settings, immersive cinematography, and profound character development make the series a must-watch for those who have a penchant for suspense, crime, and mystery.

The narrative of Eyewitness unspools the journey of two innocent teenage boys who, whilst spending some secluded time in a forest cabin, come across a triad-related quadruple murder. The boys are not just mere spectators of the unfateful occurrence but become the primary eyewitnesses of this heinous crime. The witnessing of the event is so scarring and traumatic for the boys that they choose to remain silent about it. They decide not to share it with the law and order or their families, to protect their own secret – their budding romantic relationship.

Set against the backdrop of a small American town named Tivoli, the series uncovers the underbelly of crime, tension, and feuds. But even amidst this grim atmosphere, the tender bond between the two boys forms the emotional linchpin around which the entire series pivots. Their desire to remain covert adds a unique layer of complexity to their characters and the narrative of the series as a whole.

Julianne Nicholson plays the character of Helen Torrance, a former big-city homicide detective who's now the local sheriff. Her role is not just confined to solving this gruesome case, but she is also the foster mother of one of the boys, Philip, who witnesses the crime. The character of Helen brings in an interesting dynamic to the story with her professional commitment to solving the case entwining with her personal instinct to protect her son. The dilemmas she faces and the courage she displays in tackling them make her character intriguing and relatable.

As the plot unravels, the lives of these two boys – Philip Shea (Tyler Young), a troubled teenager and foster child of Helen and Thor, and Lukas Waldenbeck (James Paxton), a popular yet closeted kid who is craving to fit in – become increasingly entwined with the investigation. The pivotal characters are woven against the backdrop of real-world issues, which provide greyscales to the narrative palette and scope for intriguing character developments.

In Eyewitness, the culprits are identified early into the series and their viewpoint of unfolding events is depicted alongside the boys' story and that of the investigators. This narrative approach enhances the suspense and works wonders in keeping the audience on tenterhooks.

Having been adapted from a Norwegian series, Eyewitness retains the spirit of the original while embedding it within an American context, thus offering an interesting blend of the two cultures. The blend of intimacy and horror, tension and tenderness, fear and courage marks the unique storytelling prowess of Eyewitness and makes it an engrossing watch.

In addition to the gripping plot, the series also boasts of brilliant performances from a competent cast. Julianne Nicholson delivers an impassioned performance that is deeply moving while the young actors, James Paxton and Tyler Young are both impressive, bringing out the vulnerabilities and resilience of their characters effectively.

The ravishing cinematography marks another high point of Eyewitness. Tivoli - the quaint American town with its picturesque landscapes - becomes an integral element of the narrative and enhances the mood of the series.

In tryst with its name, Eyewitness succeeds not just in showcasing a gripping crime drama but also draws the viewer’s eye into the complexities of human nature and relationships. With its twisty plot, rounded character development, relatable human desires, and emotions, it is a rewarding watch that keeps audiences engaged until the end.

Eyewitness is a series categorized as a canceled/ended. Spanning 1 seasons with a total of 10 episodes, the show debuted on 2016. The series has earned a moderate reviews from both critics and viewers. The IMDb score stands at 7.6.

Genres
Crime
Channel
USA Network
Rating
7.6/10
Cast
Julianne Nicholson, Tyler Young, James Paxton
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