Eureka

Eureka

  • TV-14
  • 2006
  • 5 Seasons
  • 7.9  (48,507)

Hidden in the Pacific Northwest, in the state of Oregon, the United States Department of Defense created a secret town. This little town is Eureka, and it is not on any map. Its main occupants are a high-tech research facility called Global Dynamics and its staff of geniuses, scientists, and their families. Global Dynamics credits itself with most of the technological advances in the past 50 years. In Eureka, the most creative minds in the country explore the boundaries of science through groundbreaking experiments. Eureka is a SyFy channel original television series. This science fiction show first aired in July 2006 and began its fifth and final season in April 2012. Despite a loyal following in the United States and the United Kingdom, SyFy cancelled the show due to low profit margins. The series begins with U.S. Marshal Jack Carter finding himself lost in the little town of Eureka. He is transporting his own daughter as a juvenile runaway back to her mother in Los Angeles. Carter and his daughter have a car accident and must stay in the town for several days while they wait on car repairs. When a science experiment goes wrong and injures the Sheriff of Eureka, Jack Carter steps in to take over the investigation. After the crisis is over, Jack accepts the position of Sheriff of Eureka based on a recommendation from the retiring Sheriff. Carter realizes very quickly that Eureka is going to be both a frustrating and an exciting place to live and work. He is a man of above average intelligence in a town where even the children are geniuses. However, his redeeming quality is his ability to work with people to get problems solved. With each episode of the show focusing on a new scientific catastrophe, Jack Carter's people skills are constantly in demand.

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Seasons
Just Another Day
13. Just Another Day
July 16, 2012
In the series finale, wormholes start popping up all over, threatening to rip Eureka apart unless Carter can stop them.
Double Take
12. Double Take
July 9, 2012
The people of Eureka are being slowly being taken and replaced by body-doubles. Allison, Fargo and Zane are desperate to find a way to avoid capture and save their town.
Mirror, Mirror
11. Mirror, Mirror
July 2, 2012
When Grace's spying is exposed, mistrust becomes apparent. Major Shaw shows up to take control of the situation just as a geo-engineering project cuts off communications to the outside world.
The Honeymooners
10. The Honeymooners
June 25, 2012
Jack and Allison have opposing opinions of the perfect romantic honeymoon. Things continue to go downhill for them on their romantic getaway with news of treachery in Eureka. Meanwhile, Holly has another challenge come her way.
Smarter Carter
9. Smarter Carter
June 18, 2012
After consuming a smart drug, Carter's genius becomes uncontrollable as he starts to re-write the laws of physics, putting his friends and the whole town in danger.
In Too Deep
8. In Too Deep
June 11, 2012
Carter's romantic surprise for Allison takes a deadly turn when they're trapped in a sinking marine lab with time ticking and oxygen quickly running out.
Ex-Machina
7. Ex-Machina
June 4, 2012
Fargo still thinks Holly is trapped inside the Matrix computer.
Worst Case Scenario
6. Worst Case Scenario
May 21, 2012
When Henry holds a preparedness drill, things turn out disastrous and Fargo faces a hard reality.
Jack Of All Trades
5. Jack Of All Trades
May 14, 2012
The crew forges ahead after the matrix event and Warren's visit increases the pressure.
Friendly Fire
4. Friendly Fire
May 7, 2012
Returning back to a sense of normalcy, the Astraeus crew struggles to determine what was real, what wasn't and what could become self-fulfilling prophecy in Matrix Eureka.
Force Quit
3. Force Quit
April 30, 2012
The ship is discovered, but the crew has been taken. While searching for his missing friends in the virtual Eureka, Carter races against the clock before the matrix world collapses.
The Real Thing
2. The Real Thing
April 23, 2012
The town huddles in a last attempt to locate the vanished Astraeus before it's too late!
Lost
1. Lost
April 16, 2012
In the fifth season premiere, the Astraeus crew returns to Eureka four years later and must adapt the endless changes, including a more oppressive version of Deputy Andy.
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Eureka

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Description

Hidden in the Pacific Northwest, in the state of Oregon, the United States Department of Defense created a secret town. This little town is Eureka, and it is not on any map. Its main occupants are a high-tech research facility called Global Dynamics and its staff of geniuses, scientists, and their families. Global Dynamics credits itself with most of the technological advances in the past 50 years. In Eureka, the most creative minds in the country explore the boundaries of science through groundbreaking experiments.

Eureka is a SyFy channel original television series. This science fiction show first aired in July 2006 and began its fifth and final season in April 2012. Despite a loyal following in the United States and the United Kingdom, SyFy cancelled the show due to low profit margins.

The series begins with U.S. Marshal Jack Carter finding himself lost in the little town of Eureka. He is transporting his own daughter as a juvenile runaway back to her mother in Los Angeles. Carter and his daughter have a car accident and must stay in the town for several days while they wait on car repairs. When a science experiment goes wrong and injures the Sheriff of Eureka, Jack Carter steps in to take over the investigation. After the crisis is over, Jack accepts the position of Sheriff of Eureka based on a recommendation from the retiring Sheriff.

Carter realizes very quickly that Eureka is going to be both a frustrating and an exciting place to live and work. He is a man of above average intelligence in a town where even the children are geniuses. However, his redeeming quality is his ability to work with people to get problems solved. With each episode of the show focusing on a new scientific catastrophe, Jack Carter's people skills are constantly in demand.Eureka is a series that is currently running and has 5 seasons (77 episodes). The series first aired on July 18, 2006.

Where to Watch Eureka

Eureka is available for streaming on the Syfy website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Eureka on demand at Amazon Prime, Amazon, Vudu, Microsoft Movies & TV, Google Play, Apple TV and Peacock.

  • Premiere Date
    July 18, 2006
  • IMDB Rating
    7.9  (48,507)