Watch The Invisible Man
- 2 Seasons
The Invisible Man is a old series that had a remake in 2000. It is a science fiction series that revolves around Darien Fawkes a thief. He was recruited by a spy organization and has been implanted with a gland that makes him invisible. This gland lets him secrete a substance called QuickSilver that makes him invisible when needed. It has side effects that are unpleasant like causing intense pain and antisocial behavior. The episodes lasted two years and are about specific cases given to Hobbes and Fawkes to solve with his power to become invisible. They usually have to solve killings or experiments that have gone awry. There are some episodes where Fawkes tries different methods to remove the gland implanted in his head that makes him invisible. Often episode open with Fawkes quoting a famous person and his thoughts about what is going on around him. Hobbes is another agent that is older with personality problems and quirks. In one episode Fawkes and Hobbes another agent investigate the theft of a large Quantam computer. During this investigation Fawkes learn this computer may help him remove the gland implanted in his head. In one episode Hobbes follows his ex wife around only to find new boyfriend seems to be more than he claims. Another episode Hobbes ends up in the hospital and Fawkes sees strange operations and goings on making him question the ethics of the hospital. Another episode Fawkes is stuck by lightening to wake up with no memory of the incident. In the hospital the doctors wonder what the gland is in his head. The agency races to be sure to get him out before their secret is discovered. Charles Borden is the head of the agency. No one seems to know his background. He expects his orders to be carried out with little questions. Claire is the agency's medical doctor and does minor research projects too. She monitors Fawkes gland and his overall health as he continues to work and do assignment for the agency. This series is suitable for children and adults to watch. The episode aired for two years and then was discontinued in 2002.