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Bionic Woman

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Bionic Woman tv seriesBartender Jaime Sommers struggles to make ends meet in San Francisco, California, while serving as a surrogate mom to her teenage sister. Nearly killed in a car accident, Jaime is saved by a cutting-edge operation — performed by her boyfriend, Will Anthros — that leaves her with advanced bionic prosthetics and implants. With extraordinary new strength, speed and other artificially enhanced abilities Jamie begins working for the Berkut Group, the organization responsible for her operation. Now, Jaime must learn how to use her new abilities while working to understand the new life that she has been thrust into. In addition to a bionic ear, and bionic legs and a bionic right arm, the new Jaime Sommers possessed a bionic eye like that of Steve Austin. In addition, Sommers possessed nanomachines called anthrocytes which were capable of healing her body at a highly accelerated rate.

Bionic Woman - tv series

(September 2007 - November 2007) - Michelle Ryan, Miguel Ferrer, Molly Price, Lucy Kate Hale

Genre: Drama / Action and Adventure / Sci-Fi


CAST

Michelle Ryan ... Jaime Sommers
Lucy Hale ... Becca Sommers
Miguel Ferrer ... Jonas Bledsoe
Molly Price ... Ruth Treadwell
Kevin Rankin ... Nathan
Will Yun Lee ... Jae Kim
Isaiah Washington ... Antonio Pope
Katee Sackhoff ... Sarah Corvus
Mark Sheppard ... Anthony Anthros
Jordan Bridges ... Tom Hastings
Lara Gilchrist ... Carly
Chris Bowers ... Will Anthros
Thomas Kretschmann ... The Man
Aaron Douglas ... Prison Guard
Anja Savcic ... MK
Conrad Coates ... Doctor #1
Erin Karpluk ... Robin
Alicia Thorgrimsson ... Doctor #2
Jenn Forgie ... Nurse
Heather Doerksen ... Mother
Dominic Zamprogna ... Med-Flight Tech #1
Jacqueline Samuda ... Med-Flight Tech #2
John Mann ... Drug Dealer
Brando Eaton ... Ethan
Graeme Duffy ... Geek #1
Chris Gauthier ... Geek #2

Created by:
David Eick
Laeta Kalogridis

Writing credits:
Laeta Kalogridis
Jason Smilovic

Opening theme: "Bionic Woman"

Original music by:
Lisa Coleman

Cinematography by:
Robert McLachlan
Stephen Jackson

Language: English
Country: United States

Directed by:
Michael Dinner

Produced by:
David Eick
Jason Smilovic
Stephen Welke
Sian McArthur
Melissa R. Byer
Jon Cowan
D. Howard Grigsby
Treena Hancock
Neil Lundell
Kamran Pasha
Robert L. Rovner
Lindsay Sturman
Nowell Grossman
Darin Morgan
Glen Morgan
David Barrett
Laeta Kalogridis
Jonas Pate
Jason Cahill
Michael Dinner
Harvey Frand
Bruno Heller
Jason Katims

Number of seasons: 1

Original channel:
NBC

NBC Universal Television
Universal Media Studios (UMS)

Awards:
Motion Picture Sound Editors, USA, Golden Reel Award-Best Sound Editing - Sound Effects and Foley for Short Form Television, Nominated, 2008

Also Known As:
The Bionic Woman

Trivia

The series premise includes elements from "The Six Million Dollar Man" (1974) and "The Bionic Woman" (1976), such as Jamie Sommers being equipped with a bionic eye in addition to her ear. Furthermore, the trailer describes her as "Better, Stronger, Faster," the major catch phrase in the title sequence of The Six Million Dollar Man. Also, her middle name, "Wells," is the last name of the doctor in the aforementioned series.

At least 3 versions of the pilot episode were produced. The first version had Mae Whitman cast as Jaime's deaf sister, a character that sparked criticism from hearing-impaired rights groups when it was learned the actress wasn't deaf in real life. This version of the pilot was one of several widely circulated on the Internet during the summer of 2007; at the 2007 San Diego Comic Con, an edited-down, half-hour version of this pilot was shown to audience members as a preview of the new series. For broadcast, however, several scenes were filmed, and the cast changed with a new actress playing Jaime's sister, and the hearing-impaired subplot being eliminated.

"Berkut" means "golden eagle" in Russian. It is also the name of the Ukranian national police's SWAT team.

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