Jeremiah

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  • TV-14
  • 2002
  • 2 Seasons
  • 7.0  (4,364)

Jeremiah is a U.S. science fiction drama telling the story of a group of people fighting to rebuild the world following a deadly virus that killed the majority of the world's population in the 2000s. The two seasons of the show are based on a Belgian comic book series called Jeremiah; apart from the names of some of the characters the plot and timeline of the TV series have been heavily altered from the comic. Jeremiah was adapted for the TV by veteran science fiction producer J. Michael Straczynski and stars Luke Perry as Jeremiah and Malcolm-Jamal Wanrer as Kurdy. The show ran for two seasons on the Showtime network from 2002 to 2004 on the Showtime Network for a total of 35 episodes each of around 45 minutes in length. Set in a future version of the U.S., Jeremiah tells the story of a world in which the majority of the adult population was killed by a virus known as the big D, which left most pre-pubescent children free from harm. Set 15 years after the virus has become dormant the show sees a lone figure known as Jeremiah searching for a safe haven known as the Valhalla Sector. In the opening episdoes of season one Jeremiah links up with another survivor of the virus called Kurdy who becomes Jeremiah's travelling companion. Directed by a dying person called Simon to a former NORAD building Jeremiah joins a group of people attempting to rebuild the Earth and establish a new civilization. Various threats appear to Jeremiah and his group including an army headed by a man claiming be the prophet Daniel who leads his group of followers against Jeremiah and his group. A mysterious group from an area known as Thunder Mountain also regularly appear to cause trouble for Jeremiah and halt his attempts at rebuilding America. Completion of the second season saw the majority of plot points and stories completed to provide a difinitive ending to the show.

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The Interregnum: Part 2
15. The Interregnum: Part 2
January 19, 2004
As the series comes to a close, Sims readies his forces for an assault on the alliance stronghold at Thunder Mountain. Meanwhile, Erin reveals her true feelings to a seemingly slumbering Markus - but as it turns out, he wasn't really asleep.
The Interregnum, Part 1
14. The Interregnum, Part 1
September 24, 2004
Mister Smith shows Jeremiah and Kurdy a refuge for children who will need protection from the wa
The Interregnum: Part 1
14. The Interregnum: Part 1
January 12, 2004
As Daniel's attack forces close in on Thunder Mountain, the alliance army prepares for a fight. But their valiant efforts are hampered by someone who's been tampering with their defense equipment. Can Lee Chen be trusted to get to the bottom of it?
The State of the Union
13. The State of the Union
January 5, 2004
While carrying out a mission to deliver radios to alliance towns, Jeremiah, Kurdy and Mister Smith uncover Daniel's subversive plot to build a tower that will block all alliance communications. Can they dismantle the tower without being detected?
The Face in the Mirror
12. The Face in the Mirror
December 29, 2003
Jeremiah has just cause to question his father's loyalty when he learns that Devon used to work with Frederick Monash, one of Daniel's former minions who has recently defected and is on his way to meet up with Rachel's underground operation.
The Past Is Prologue
11. The Past Is Prologue
December 22, 2003
Jeremiah is stuck in a virtual time warp when he's captured in a town that exists as if the Big Death had never occurred. Elsewhere, Kurdy is forced to reconcile with his past when he and Mister Smith are sent to investigate East Clifton.
The Question
10. The Question
December 15, 2003
Although the mysterious Mister Smith seems to be bound paralyzed forever he's still hoping for a miracle to occur. His friends in Thunder Mountain have got other worries. Markus has begun to set up an army that will be trained by Kurdy. Is there a battle about to happen soon?
Running on Empty
9. Running on Empty
December 8, 2003
With Libby's death fresh on his mind, Markus expands his search for Sims and rallies the alliance for an ambush against Daniel's attack force. Meanwhile, Mister Smith insists that God has spoken, but Erin doesn't like what she hears.
Crossing Jordan
8. Crossing Jordan
December 1, 2003
Upon learning from an unnamed source that the Thunder Mountain colony has been recruiting neighboring towns to join its alliance, an irate Daniel dispatches his attack force to discourage anyone from rising against him in rebellion.
Voices in the Dark
7. Voices in the Dark
November 7, 2003
After running unopposed, Jeremiah is elected the new town steward of Milhaven. But a member of Daniel's group -- a man who has been spreading rumors that Jeremiah took over the town by force -- will do anything to oust him out of office.
The Mysterious Mister Smith
6. The Mysterious Mister Smith
November 7, 2003
After hearing that the mysterious Mister Smith has been telling untruths about his origins, Kurdy decides to get to the bottom of where he came from. Meanwhile, Libby and Jeremiah do their best to help a family escape a forced labor camp.
Rites of Passage
5. Rites of Passage
October 31, 2003
As a nervous Jeremiah prepares to reunite with Devon, the father he once believed to be dead, he receives a fascinating letter that was written years ago explaining what happened to his parents on the day they disappeared.
Deus Ex Machina
4. Deus Ex Machina
October 31, 2003
Charged with the formidable task of keeping his splintering alliance together, Markus dispatches Kurdy and Mister Smith to rescue a critical mass of missing delegates. Meanwhile, Jeremiah convinces Markus to let Lee Chen remain with the group.
Strange Attractors
3. Strange Attractors
October 24, 2003
With tension mounting among their followers and the strength of the alliance hanging in the balance, Jeremiah, Kurdy and Markus launch an exhaustive search for any leaders who may have survived the Valhalla Sector attack.
Letters from the Other Side: Part 2
2. Letters from the Other Side: Part 2
October 17, 2003
Kurdy joins forces with Mister Smith (a mysterious man who claims to be God's messenger), Lee Chen and other members of the Thunder Mountain colony to rescue Jeremiah, Markus and Erin from imprisonment in the Valhalla Sector.
Letters from the Other Side: Part 1
1. Letters from the Other Side: Part 1
October 10, 2003
As Markus and Erin endure imprisonment at the hands of Valhalla Sector rulers, Jeremiah has finally located his long-lost father. But does Ezekiel's chilling prediction mean that disaster is lurking just around the corner?
Description

Jeremiah is a U.S. science fiction drama telling the story of a group of people fighting to rebuild the world following a deadly virus that killed the majority of the world's population in the 2000s. The two seasons of the show are based on a Belgian comic book series called Jeremiah; apart from the names of some of the characters the plot and timeline of the TV series have been heavily altered from the comic. Jeremiah was adapted for the TV by veteran science fiction producer J. Michael Straczynski and stars Luke Perry as Jeremiah and Malcolm-Jamal Wanrer as Kurdy. The show ran for two seasons on the Showtime network from 2002 to 2004 on the Showtime Network for a total of 35 episodes each of around 45 minutes in length.

Set in a future version of the U.S., Jeremiah tells the story of a world in which the majority of the adult population was killed by a virus known as the big D, which left most pre-pubescent children free from harm. Set 15 years after the virus has become dormant the show sees a lone figure known as Jeremiah searching for a safe haven known as the Valhalla Sector. In the opening episdoes of season one Jeremiah links up with another survivor of the virus called Kurdy who becomes Jeremiah's travelling companion. Directed by a dying person called Simon to a former NORAD building Jeremiah joins a group of people attempting to rebuild the Earth and establish a new civilization.

Various threats appear to Jeremiah and his group including an army headed by a man claiming be the prophet Daniel who leads his group of followers against Jeremiah and his group. A mysterious group from an area known as Thunder Mountain also regularly appear to cause trouble for Jeremiah and halt his attempts at rebuilding America. Completion of the second season saw the majority of plot points and stories completed to provide a difinitive ending to the show.

Jeremiah is a series that is currently running and has 2 seasons (39 episodes). The series first aired on March 3, 2002.

Where to Watch Jeremiah

Jeremiah is available for streaming on the Showtime website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Jeremiah on demand at Amazon Prime, Amazon and Apple TV.

  • Premiere Date
    March 3, 2002
  • IMDB Rating
    7.0  (4,364)