Storyline in earlier seasons was really good but it seemed that as the seasons went on they forced the sex scenes and revealing clubs on shows that they didn't have to, in order to raise ratings.I was very disappointed with the direction the show was going. There are decent action sequencer for the action buffs, there is romance and love scenes for the lovers of romance and finally there is enough academia to keep it cerebral for those who enjoy the braniac moments.
NUMB3RS is a drama about an FBI agent who recruits his mathematical-genius brother to help the Bureau solve a wide range of challenging crimes in Los Angeles.The two brothers take on the most confounding criminal cases from a very distinctive perspective.And the outside shots moving rapidly and flashing backbones forth; I found it very annoying and it caused motion sickness if it went on too long.I found Don's character annoying/rude, and he slept with too many people. Also it has become a joke as to how far away from the perp the agents will be when they call to them to stop and then have to chase episodes. Sometimes story can be a bit unbelievable that FBI would conduct themselves the way the story depicts.I don't think I've ever seen this man deliver a bad performance.
The rest of the regulars in the cast are at the top of their game too.
Rawat shared, “We were supposed to have a big wedding and Amita was supposed to get a nice promotion. But that’s what happens when a show gets cancelled.” Still, she feels fortunate, and said, “Was it the ideal ending?
I don’t think so, but in light of the fact that our episode order was reduced, I think they did the best they could.
Don is joined on his team by fellow agents Megan Reeves (Diane Farr), a behavioral specialist who brings psychological insight to their investigations; David Sinclair (Alimi Ballard), who utilizes his incredible perspective and the survival skills he learned growing up in the Bronx; and new agent Colby Granger (Dylan Bruno) who just completed an extensive tour of duty in the U. Their father, Alan (Judd Hirsch), is happy to see his sons working together even though he doesn't understand the intricacies of what Charlie does for a living.
It is his co-workers at Cal Sci who further refine Charlie's approach and help him stay focused. Larry Fleinhardt (Peter Mac Nicol) constantly challenges Charlie to employ a broader point of view to his work with the FBI, and Amita Ramanjuan (Navi Rawat), Charlie's former grad student, frequently helps him see cases in a new light Despite their disparate approaches to life, Don and Charlie are able to combine their areas of expertise and solve some killer cases.
I have to say this is the show that we should have more of because that reflects how the real life scenario is in the metropolitan cities. I saw all four seasons but was not able to see the final two seasons.