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Believe TV show on NBCNetwork: NBC
Episodes: 12 (hour)
Seasons: One

TV show dates: March 10, 2014 — June 15, 2014
Series status: Cancelled

Performers include: Johnny Sequoyah, Jake McLaughlin, Delroy Lindo, Kyle MacLachlan, Jamie Chung, and Arian Moayed.

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TV show description:
Bo (Johnny Sequoyah), a young girl, has had gifts she could neither fully understand nor control — like levitation, telekinesis, the ability to control nature, and to see the future. Now that she’s 10 years old, her powers have become stronger and the threat from malevolent forces — those that would use her abilities to control the world — has grown more dangerous.

With her life and future in jeopardy, Bo’s protector, Milton Winter (Delroy Lindo), turns to an unlikely source to keep her safe — Tate (Jake McLaughlin), a wrongfully imprisoned death row inmate who’s lost his will.

Tate and Bo begin an extraordinary journey, one in which trust must be earned. On the run and traveling from city to city, every place they stop and everyone they meet are changed forever. They have to keep going to stay one step ahead of the evil forces after Bo’s power.

Other characters include Channing (Jamie Chung), an associate of Winter’s; Skouras (Kyle MacLachlan), Winter’s former partner who’s after Bo for unknown reasons; and Corey (Arian Moayed).

Series Finale

Episode #12 — Second Chance
Dr. Skouras meets with Winter to warn him about Danni, his promising young rogue telepath who’s determined to destroy Bo. Danni has the power to kill Bo, but she’s a ticking time bomb. She will succumb to her illness before long, and she’ll be trying desperately to take down Bo on her way out. Winter reluctantly agrees to help Skouras, but there’s a problem: Winter has no idea where Bo and Tate are.

Meanwhile, Bo and Tate make their way across the country toward Mexico. Tate urges Bo to use her powers to procure a winning lottery ticket, ensuring a happy, comfortable future for years to come. Bo has a vision in which she sees her mother, Nina, who tells Bo to ask the convenience store cashier about her charm bracelet. Bo talks to the cashier, who turns out to be Danni’s former best friend. By touching the charm bracelet, Bo gains insight into Danni’s troubled past. She watches as Danni inadvertently kills her own brother after losing control of her powers.

Winter devises a plan to lure in Danni: he’ll to use Channing as live bait to draw Danni out. He hypnotizes Channing to implant a psychic signal that will attract Danni. The plan works perfectly. Danni arrives at the hideout and Skouras’ team fills the room with gas, but instead of succumbing to the chemicals, Danni charges out of the room in a rage and attacks Channing and Winter, torturing them to extract Bo’s location. Danni realizes that Winter has been monitoring Bo by tracking Tate’s cell phone. Now she can find and destroy Bo, thanks to Winter.

Bo and Tate visit Danni’s old home to learn more about their adversary. In Danni’s room, they discover evidence that Danni did, in fact, kill her brother. Bo feels that Danni deserves a second chance, but Tate doesn’t think she can be saved. Unfortunately, the conversation is cut short when Danni bursts into the room. Tate attempts to protect Bo, but Danni easily dispatches him by slamming him against a wall. Before Bo can react, Danni creates a havoc of wind and electrical energy, snatches Bo and locks Tate in the room.

Meanwhile, Skouras heads to the Orchestra facility to wipe the hard drives clean. If Danni’s actions cause the story to go public, the last thing he needs is a media storm around his top secret government project. Winter and Channing find Tate at Danni’s old home, and Winter has a good idea where Danni will be headed with Bo: Orchestra.

Just as Skouras finishes wiping the hard drives clean, Danni enters with Bo. Tate, Winter and Channing arrive at the facility moments later to find Bo and Skouras tied up, and Danni surprises them. Winter tries to talk Danni out of her plot, but she refuses to comply. Instead, she locks the doors, trapping them inside. After a failed attempt to break Danni’s psychic bond and force the doors open, Bo sees her mother, Nina, again. Nina tells Bo that she can save everyone, including Danni, with kindness. After the pep talk from Nina, Bo finds the strength to force the doors open.

Winter, Channing, Skouras, Tate and Bo charge into the courtyard to find Danni, more enraged than ever and surrounded by a tornado of fire. Just as she’s about to unleash her fury on the group, Bo walks through her fire tornado and tells Danni that her brother forgives her. It’s all Danni needed to hear. She extinguishes her flames and collapses to the ground, where she succumbs to her ailments and dies.

Bo has saved the day, but the celebration is short-lived. Winter tells Bo to leave with Tate immediately, before the police arrive. Sadly, this is the end of the line for Winter and Bo. If she’s to be safe, they can never see one another again. After Tate and Bo depart, Skouras tells Winter to flee as well. He’ll take the blame for this. Bo and Tate hit the road again en route to the quiet, peaceful life that Bo deserves. (courtesy NBC.)
First aired: June 15, 2014.

What do you think? Do you like the Believe TV series? Do you think it should have been cancelled or renewed for a second season?


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Lynn September 15, 2014 at 5:11 pm

Really? I thought Believe was one of your better shows, And yes I think it should be continued.Ihave been waiting on season 2 sice season 1 ended, Please don’t cancelle It!!


Terri September 15, 2014 at 8:02 pm

Lynn, Im afraid it has already been cancelled I am sad to say. These days networks barely give a show to find its footing before they cancel it. Id encourage you to go on and voice your opinion about it….but since it was cancelled 2 months ago, I’m not sure it would make a difference. However, there is rumor Netflix “might” pick it up so maybe try going on their site and letting them know. I’d sure like to see it come back. I loved that show!


Angela Sloop September 14, 2014 at 11:24 pm

Guess NBC is off my watchlist. Cancelled Believe and Revolution. Two bad decisions in my opinion. I looked forward to these shows every week. I am a mom of 3 and I only get to watch shows when recorded. Back to ABC for General Hospital and Resurrection! Glad they know what shows to keep.


Kathy September 14, 2014 at 10:06 pm

I can not believe they canceled a wonderful show like this. We need more shows like this one… please bring it back to another station or time….


Kate September 14, 2014 at 7:14 pm

NBC is not listening or paying attention to any of our comments!!! I don’t think they have any idea this list of pleads exists. I hope cable will have enough fortitude to grab it up.


Isle September 14, 2014 at 6:46 pm

I get that theres a plethora of supernatural shows on the go, but for all thats green and holy don’t you over paid duff butts even recognize a good one any more?

Granted you wrote yourselves into a corner with the fbi amber alert thing (and a few others) but the bones are there, even with limited script choices, the actors pulled you in and wanted to know more about the characters, pasts & possibilities. When actors can haul something outta the trash (aka script) that wasn’t intended, its a hint that you’ve got something good simmering.

Such possibilities and then poof, before the show is even given a chance to find its sea leggs (and this applies to ALL networks) …gone.

I have never once googled a show or actor, that show led me to look up 2.

Move the time slot, give better teasers as to what the show is actually about, whom ever writer it was who suggested the amber alert storyline, fire’em, a grade 8 kid could have seen that dead end , what do we do now that we’ve tired our own hands story line com’in 3 miles away.

I Believe in the shows ability to turn this around. Heck I’ll even help write you out of some of those dead end streets and muddy bogs you dumped yourselves into.


Cynthia September 14, 2014 at 2:07 pm

Good show! I was looking forward to next season…


Nicky September 14, 2014 at 1:53 pm

I am very T’d off to hear & read that believe has been cancelled for it’s second season. UNBELIEVEABLE!!! Y Y Y, can’t we continue to c Bo grow up develop a relationship with her dad and learn to control and manage her power and continue to help other peoples


karen September 12, 2014 at 9:11 pm

I can’t believe this show was cancelled!


Vicki Long September 11, 2014 at 10:35 pm

Sorry to see it go. Would have watched again for sure this season.


Chrissie September 10, 2014 at 7:45 pm

WHY WHY WHY???? With so many stupid and crappy annoying reality shows out there why couldn’t you keep the show Believe??? Cancel those stupid reality shows and put Believe back on! I’m really starting to not like NBC! Get a clue people!!!!


Gail Hutson September 10, 2014 at 2:30 pm

You take a show like this and first put it against a low competitor, build up your base and then switch it to a competitive slot. I love this show as well as my grandchildren. Sell it to a cable channel and they will make it work. We are very disappointed and have been waiting for it to air season two. Really sad such a wonderful show!


Lynn lappe September 10, 2014 at 12:25 am

I really like this show,don’t want to see it cancelled maybe put it on on Thursday or Friday night .


Debora September 8, 2014 at 9:30 pm

YES, it should be continued at a different time so more people could watch. I loved the show.


Rachel Drewery September 7, 2014 at 10:01 pm

The reason this show got cancelled: it was on at the same time as about ten other shows (including the Amazing Race, and who wants to compete with that?) and people couldn’t balance the channel-flipping between all the channels.


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