Lie to Me is an American crime drama television series. It originally ran on the Fox network from January 21, 2009 to January 31, 2011. In the show, Dr. Cal Lightman (Tim Roth) and his colleagues in The Lightman Group accept assignments from third parties (commonly local and federal law enforcement), and assist in investigations, reaching the truth through applied psychology: interpreting microexpressions, through the Facial Action Coding System, and body language.
Another that lasted in three strong seasons, it got it's walking papers to soon!?
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That's was a great show.ReplyDelete
Great TV series.ReplyDelete
I saw a few episodes, but not the full thing. I should probably go back to it at some point, I liked the episodes I did see.ReplyDelete
I watch it a few times. Think it was on at a time that wasn't convenient or conflicted with another show. Always liked Roth. He was great in Tarantino's films.ReplyDelete
never heard of this one, Zombie Master.ReplyDelete
Aww, I miss this show. I really enjoyed Tim Roth's acting, and the stuff with him and his daughter was great.ReplyDelete
I love Tim Roth... Especially in Pulp Fiction and Reservoir Dogs.ReplyDelete
My mom and sister watched Lie to Me and liked it. Fox is dirty about canning shows...
(Firefly fan here)
I always thought that, even in the realm of t.v., that this was a pretty far fetched premise for a show. Granted, I never watched it, but I'm not a Tim Roth fan either.ReplyDelete
Three seasons in this day and age, though, isn't bad so there must have been something to it.
Left and Write
I loved Lie To Me. It was a great show.ReplyDelete
Shawn at Laughing at Life 2
Missed this one - I've enjoyed Tim Roth's work in other shows though!ReplyDelete
I own the dvds. Awesome show.ReplyDelete
I can only think of him as the pyscho robber in Pulp Fiction. And I have never watched this show so I have no opinion.ReplyDelete
Chuck at Apocalypse Now
The Transporter loves this show - it's on Netflix. I've never seen it...but it sounds like something I'd really enjoy. However, so little time for TV these days...ReplyDelete
I'm a pantser. Which I find really weird since I'm a control freak, take charge, plan ahead kind of girl, but my novel just sorta...happened. I have no idea how it ends, so I'm excited about that, but as to having time to write on it...I think the last time was NaNo...
Personally, the losing steam part is more in the area of holy #$%^ how will I ever return visit all these comments, while checking my list, while visiting my regulars...sigh.
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It wasn't one of my favourite series, more because I thought the premise was more suitable to a one-off show rather than a series. Love Tim Roth, though. He's such a convincing actor.ReplyDelete
I really loved that show, and I miss it. Great choice!ReplyDelete
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Haven't seen this one, but it sounds like something I'd enjoy. Crime drama is my kind of show ... sprinkle some action/suspense in there and I'm set.ReplyDelete
Silvia @ Silvia Writes
Did not like this one. Tim Roth is just too strange looking. I can't watch him for too long or I get the creeps. Seriously, the man looks like a pedophile, like he'd have someone chained to the radiator in a soundproofed apartment.ReplyDelete
Tim Roth. LOVE.ReplyDelete
So many didn't appreciate his British-ness.
I wish the show had been able to wrap up.
I think they should have found Dr. Lightman murdered and ended the show. Fitting.