Sleeper Cell

Sleeper Cell

  • TV-MA
  • 2005
  • 2 Seasons
  • 8.0  (5,995)

Sleeper Cell is a television series on the Showtime network and is a one hour drama. It is considered an action thriller. It stars Michael Ealy, Henri Lubatti, Oded Fehr, and Melissa Sagemiller. The first season has the tagline Friends. Neighbors. Husbands. Terrorists. The second season tagline was Cities. Suburbs. Airports. Targets. On the first season DVDs the extra material included revealed that the show was named The Cell originally. This dramatic television series was nominated for the Outstanding Miniseries Emmy award and began airing in 2005 on December 4. Sleeper Cell: American Terror the first episode of the second season aired on December 10, 2006. Both seasons were filmed ahead of time entirely and then aired on consecutive nights so that it took less than two weeks for each season to be fully aired. Sleeper Cell also aired in Australia on the Showtime channel. It aired in 2006 and 2007.

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Reunion
8. Reunion
December 17, 2006
On the heels of successfully thwarting the attack on the Hollywood Bowl, Darwyn grapples with the loss of Gayle and his failure to stop Mina?s suicide bombing in Las Vegas. Upon receiving new intel on Farik?s whereabouts, Darwyn plots a trap for Farik ? using the terrorist leader?s wife as bait.
Fitna
7. Fitna
December 16, 2006
The day of reckoning has arrived. The Cell members prepare to launch the attack, even as the FBI springs its trap. As Salim escapes the dragnet to exact revenge, Mina and Gayle confront their destiny alone in the desert. Tragedy mars Darwyn?s victory as the Cell reveals one last surprise.
School
6. School
December 15, 2006
A new terrorist leader takes over the planned nuclear attack on Los Angeles and keeps Darwyn in the dark about the specifics; Mina goes on a mission that endangers Gayle; in Yemen, Farik turns the tables on an idealistic American philanthropist; Ilija's Bosnian homecoming is a disappointment.
Homecoming
5. Homecoming
December 14, 2006
Darwyn and his estranged father have an uncomfortable reunion; Salim wrestles with his sexual identity; Ilija struggles to make it back to Sarajevo for a confrontation with his troubled past; Darwyn learns about Farik's special shipment to L.A. and attempts to intercept.
Faith
4. Faith
December 13, 2006
Escapee Farik finds refuge in a safe house in the city of Najran; Darwyn risks blowing his cover to keep a vengeful member of his cell from killing a televangelist; Ilija is guillt-stricken about having to kill a woman to facilitate his escape from Canada.
Torture
3. Torture
December 12, 2006
Unable to break Farik, American intelligence sends him to Saudi Arabia, where torture methods are stepped up; terrorist leaders order Darwyn to secure nuclear material, but his new FBI boss refuses to help; Ilija makes it into Canada, but must clear up loose ends before he goes back to Europe.
Salesman
2. Salesman
December 11, 2006
Darwyn experiences problems on two fronts: as new leader of the cell, and with his new FBI case agent, whose inexperience in the field is a concern. The cell's first order of business is to steal a surface-to-air missile from a former arms dealer in Pakistan; Farik's interrogators turn up the pressure; Ilija has a plan to slip into Canada.
Al-Baqara
1. Al-Baqara
December 10, 2006
An American Muslim and FBI agent, scheduled to begin a stint as a teacher at Quantico, must first check out a terror suspect; the CIA grills former cell leader Farik.
Sleeper Cell
Sleeper Cell

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Sleeper Cell is a television series on the Showtime network and is a one hour drama. It is considered an action thriller. It stars Michael Ealy, Henri Lubatti, Oded Fehr, and Melissa Sagemiller. The first season has the tagline Friends. Neighbors. Husbands. Terrorists. The second season tagline was Cities. Suburbs. Airports. Targets. On the first season DVDs the extra material included revealed that the show was named The Cell originally.

This dramatic television series was nominated for the Outstanding Miniseries Emmy award and began airing in 2005 on December 4. Sleeper Cell: American Terror the first episode of the second season aired on December 10, 2006. Both seasons were filmed ahead of time entirely and then aired on consecutive nights so that it took less than two weeks for each season to be fully aired. Sleeper Cell also aired in Australia on the Showtime channel. It aired in 2006 and 2007.Sleeper Cell is a series that is currently running and has 2 seasons (18 episodes). The series first aired on December 4, 2005.

Where to Watch Sleeper Cell

Sleeper Cell is available for streaming on the Showtime website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Sleeper Cell on demand at Showtime, Apple TV+, Amazon Prime, Amazon, Hulu, Vudu, FuboTV, Google Play, Apple TV and Showtime Anytime.

  • Premiere Date
    December 4, 2005
  • IMDB Rating
    8.0  (5,995)