Limitless is an American drama comedy TV series developed by Craig Sweeny based on the 2011 film of the same name for CBS. The show follows a man who has not done much with his life. In a temporary job, he meets an old bandmate, who sees the potential in him and gives him a super pill that unlocks the deepest recesses of your brain (it very, really smart). The plot follows while being pursued by the FBI that they want for murder while trying to clear his name. There is really nothing new in the program we have not seen in other programs in procedural crime genre, but it works. The acting is good. The pace is good. The possibilities are there for some turns. Establishes a good global mystery. In general, if you like TV dramas like Mentalist and Chuck, then you will like this show.
Limitless is based on a movie of the same name show. Both live in the same universe in which a pill called NZT-48 unlocks the full potential of the mind of a subject. This show manages to make characters and interesting arguments, without losing the main idea of the show. The best part of this show, has to be the protagonist, Bryan Finch, played by Jake McDorman. The protagonist has a way of seeing things and portray the audience that gives us some comic relief that the film really did not. That is also one of the strongest parts of the series, comedy. I really did not think this series would make me laugh or smile as the character looks of things. And to make the series even better, they made an episode that was a total tribute to Ferris Bueller’s Day. This is a truly remarkable series that, if it continues in this way, becomes a fan favorite in recent years. Should look for anyone who likes TV programs crimes and comedy, this show mixes perfectly, making it one of the best TV shows on the air right now.