Numb3rs - Die Logik des Verbrechens

  • "Blackout" -- When a series of blackouts occur in power stations leaving Los Angeles in the dark, Don (Rob Morrow) and his team must determine if it is an accident or the work of terrorists, on NUMB3RS, scheduled to air  on the CBS Television Network.
Photo: Monty Brinton/CBS Vergrößern
    "Blackout" -- When a series of blackouts occur in power stations leaving Los Angeles in the dark, Don (Rob Morrow) and his team must determine if it is an accident or the work of terrorists, on NUMB3RS, scheduled to air on the CBS Television Network. Photo: Monty Brinton/CBS
    Fotoquelle: MONTY BRINTON
  • "Blackout" -- When a series of blackouts occur in power stations leaving Los Angeles in the dark, Colby (Dylan Bruno) and the rest of the FBI must determine if it is an accident or the work of terrorists, on NUMB3RS, scheduled to air  on the CBS Television Network.
Photo: Monty Brinton/CBS Vergrößern
    "Blackout" -- When a series of blackouts occur in power stations leaving Los Angeles in the dark, Colby (Dylan Bruno) and the rest of the FBI must determine if it is an accident or the work of terrorists, on NUMB3RS, scheduled to air on the CBS Television Network. Photo: Monty Brinton/CBS
    Fotoquelle: MONTY BRINTON
  • "Blackout" -- When a series of blackouts occur in power stations leaving Los Angeles in the dark, Don (Rob Morrow, center), David (Alimi Ballard, left) and Colby (Dylan Bruno, right) try to determine if it was an accident or the work of terrorists, on NUMB3RS, scheduled to air  on the CBS Television Network.
Photo: Monty Brinton/CBS Vergrößern
    "Blackout" -- When a series of blackouts occur in power stations leaving Los Angeles in the dark, Don (Rob Morrow, center), David (Alimi Ballard, left) and Colby (Dylan Bruno, right) try to determine if it was an accident or the work of terrorists, on NUMB3RS, scheduled to air on the CBS Television Network. Photo: Monty Brinton/CBS
    Fotoquelle: MONTY BRINTON
  • "Blackout" -- When a series of blackouts occur in power stations leaving Los Angeles in the dark, Don (Rob Morrow) and his team must determine if it is an accident or the work of terrorists, on NUMB3RS, scheduled to air  on the CBS Television Network.
Photo: Monty Brinton/CBS Vergrößern
    "Blackout" -- When a series of blackouts occur in power stations leaving Los Angeles in the dark, Don (Rob Morrow) and his team must determine if it is an accident or the work of terrorists, on NUMB3RS, scheduled to air on the CBS Television Network. Photo: Monty Brinton/CBS
    Fotoquelle: MONTY BRINTON
  • "Blackout" --When a series of blackouts occur in power stations leaving Los Angeles in the dark, David (Alimi Ballard) and the rest of the FBI must determine if it is an accident or the work of terrorists, on NUMB3RS, scheduled to air  on the CBS Television Network.
Photo: Monty Brinton/CBS Vergrößern
    "Blackout" --When a series of blackouts occur in power stations leaving Los Angeles in the dark, David (Alimi Ballard) and the rest of the FBI must determine if it is an accident or the work of terrorists, on NUMB3RS, scheduled to air on the CBS Television Network. Photo: Monty Brinton/CBS
    Fotoquelle: MONTY BRINTON
  • "Blackout" --When a series of blackouts occur in power stations leaving Los Angeles in the dark, David (Alimi Ballard) and the rest of the FBI must determine if it is an accident or the work of terrorists, on NUMB3RS, scheduled to air  on the CBS Television Network.
Photo: Monty Brinton/CBS Vergrößern
    "Blackout" --When a series of blackouts occur in power stations leaving Los Angeles in the dark, David (Alimi Ballard) and the rest of the FBI must determine if it is an accident or the work of terrorists, on NUMB3RS, scheduled to air on the CBS Television Network. Photo: Monty Brinton/CBS
    Fotoquelle: MONTY BRINTON
  • "Blackout" -- When a series of blackouts occur in power stations leaving Los Angeles in the dark, Don (Rob Morrow, center), David (Alimi Ballard, left) and Colby (Dylan Bruno, right) try to determine if it was an accident or the work of terrorists, on NUMB3RS, scheduled to air  on the CBS Television Network.
Photo: Monty Brinton/CBS Vergrößern
    "Blackout" -- When a series of blackouts occur in power stations leaving Los Angeles in the dark, Don (Rob Morrow, center), David (Alimi Ballard, left) and Colby (Dylan Bruno, right) try to determine if it was an accident or the work of terrorists, on NUMB3RS, scheduled to air on the CBS Television Network. Photo: Monty Brinton/CBS
    Fotoquelle: MONTY BRINTON
  • "Blackout" -- When a series of blackouts occur in power stations leaving Los Angeles in the dark, Don (Rob Morrow) and his team must determine if it is an accident or the work of terrorists, on NUMB3RS, scheduled to air  on the CBS Television Network.
Photo: Monty Brinton/CBS Vergrößern
    "Blackout" -- When a series of blackouts occur in power stations leaving Los Angeles in the dark, Don (Rob Morrow) and his team must determine if it is an accident or the work of terrorists, on NUMB3RS, scheduled to air on the CBS Television Network. Photo: Monty Brinton/CBS
    Fotoquelle: MONTY BRINTON
  • "Blackout" -- The sparks begin to fly between Don (Rob Morrow, left) and his former trainee, special agent Liz Warner (Aya Sumika, right) on NUMB3RS, scheduled to air  on the CBS Television Network.
Photo: Monty Brinton/CBS Vergrößern
    "Blackout" -- The sparks begin to fly between Don (Rob Morrow, left) and his former trainee, special agent Liz Warner (Aya Sumika, right) on NUMB3RS, scheduled to air on the CBS Television Network. Photo: Monty Brinton/CBS
    Fotoquelle: MONTY BRINTON
  • "Blackout" -- When a series of blackouts occur in power stations leaving Los Angeles in the dark, Don (Rob Morrow) and his team must determine if it is an accident or the work of terrorists, on NUMB3RS, scheduled to air  on the CBS Television Network.
Photo: Monty Brinton/CBS Vergrößern
    "Blackout" -- When a series of blackouts occur in power stations leaving Los Angeles in the dark, Don (Rob Morrow) and his team must determine if it is an accident or the work of terrorists, on NUMB3RS, scheduled to air on the CBS Television Network. Photo: Monty Brinton/CBS
    Fotoquelle: MONTY BRINTON
  • "Blackout" --When a series of blackouts occur in power stations leaving Los Angeles in the dark, David (Alimi Ballard) and the rest of the FBI must determine if it is an accident or the work of terrorists, on NUMB3RS, scheduled to air  on the CBS Television Network.
Photo: Monty Brinton/CBS Vergrößern
    "Blackout" --When a series of blackouts occur in power stations leaving Los Angeles in the dark, David (Alimi Ballard) and the rest of the FBI must determine if it is an accident or the work of terrorists, on NUMB3RS, scheduled to air on the CBS Television Network. Photo: Monty Brinton/CBS
    Fotoquelle: MONTY BRINTON
  • "Blackout" -- When a series of blackouts occur in power stations leaving Los Angeles in the dark, Don (Rob Morrow, center), David (Alimi Ballard, left) and Colby (Dylan Bruno, right) try to determine if it was an accident or the work of terrorists, on NUMB3RS, scheduled to air  on the CBS Television Network.
Photo: Monty Brinton/CBS Vergrößern
    "Blackout" -- When a series of blackouts occur in power stations leaving Los Angeles in the dark, Don (Rob Morrow, center), David (Alimi Ballard, left) and Colby (Dylan Bruno, right) try to determine if it was an accident or the work of terrorists, on NUMB3RS, scheduled to air on the CBS Television Network. Photo: Monty Brinton/CBS
    Fotoquelle: MONTY BRINTON
  • "Blackout" --When a series of blackouts occur in power stations leaving Los Angeles in the dark, David (Alimi Ballard) and the rest of the FBI must determine if it is an accident or the work of terrorists, on NUMB3RS, scheduled to air  on the CBS Television Network.
Photo: Monty Brinton/CBS Vergrößern
    "Blackout" --When a series of blackouts occur in power stations leaving Los Angeles in the dark, David (Alimi Ballard) and the rest of the FBI must determine if it is an accident or the work of terrorists, on NUMB3RS, scheduled to air on the CBS Television Network. Photo: Monty Brinton/CBS
    Fotoquelle: MONTY BRINTON
  • "Blackout" -- When a series of blackouts occur in power stations leaving Los Angeles in the dark, Don (Rob Morrow, left) and David (Alimi Ballard, right) determine if it is an accident or the work of terrorists, on NUMB3RS, scheduled to air  on the CBS Television Network.
Photo: Monty Brinton/CBS Vergrößern
    "Blackout" -- When a series of blackouts occur in power stations leaving Los Angeles in the dark, Don (Rob Morrow, left) and David (Alimi Ballard, right) determine if it is an accident or the work of terrorists, on NUMB3RS, scheduled to air on the CBS Television Network. Photo: Monty Brinton/CBS
    Fotoquelle: MONTY BRINTON
  • "Blackout" -- The sparks begin to fly between Don (Rob Morrow, left) and his former trainee, special agent Liz Warner (Aya Sumika, right) on NUMB3RS, scheduled to air  on the CBS Television Network.
Photo: Monty Brinton/CBS Vergrößern
    "Blackout" -- The sparks begin to fly between Don (Rob Morrow, left) and his former trainee, special agent Liz Warner (Aya Sumika, right) on NUMB3RS, scheduled to air on the CBS Television Network. Photo: Monty Brinton/CBS
    Fotoquelle: MONTY BRINTON
  • "Blackout" -- The sparks begin to fly between Don (Rob Morrow, left) and his former trainee, special agent Liz Warner (Aya Sumika, right) on NUMB3RS, scheduled to air  on the CBS Television Network.
Photo: Monty Brinton/CBS Vergrößern
    "Blackout" -- The sparks begin to fly between Don (Rob Morrow, left) and his former trainee, special agent Liz Warner (Aya Sumika, right) on NUMB3RS, scheduled to air on the CBS Television Network. Photo: Monty Brinton/CBS
    Fotoquelle: MONTY BRINTON
  • "Blackout" -- When a series of blackouts occur in power stations leaving Los Angeles in the dark, Special Agent Liz Warner (Aya Sumika) helps the FBI determine if it was an accident or the work of terrorists, on NUMB3RS, scheduled to air  on the CBS Television Network.
Photo: Monty Brinton/CBS Vergrößern
    "Blackout" -- When a series of blackouts occur in power stations leaving Los Angeles in the dark, Special Agent Liz Warner (Aya Sumika) helps the FBI determine if it was an accident or the work of terrorists, on NUMB3RS, scheduled to air on the CBS Television Network. Photo: Monty Brinton/CBS
    Fotoquelle: MONTY BRINTON
  • "Blackout" -- The sparks begin to fly between Don (Rob Morrow, left) and his former trainee, special agent Liz Warner (Aya Sumika, right) on NUMB3RS, scheduled to air  on the CBS Television Network.
Photo: Monty Brinton/CBS Vergrößern
    "Blackout" -- The sparks begin to fly between Don (Rob Morrow, left) and his former trainee, special agent Liz Warner (Aya Sumika, right) on NUMB3RS, scheduled to air on the CBS Television Network. Photo: Monty Brinton/CBS
    Fotoquelle: MONTY BRINTON
  • "Blackout" -- When a series of blackouts occur in power stations leaving Los Angeles in the dark, Don (Rob Morrow) and his team must determine if it is an accident or the work of terrorists, on NUMB3RS, scheduled to air  on the CBS Television Network.
Photo: Monty Brinton/CBS Vergrößern
    "Blackout" -- When a series of blackouts occur in power stations leaving Los Angeles in the dark, Don (Rob Morrow) and his team must determine if it is an accident or the work of terrorists, on NUMB3RS, scheduled to air on the CBS Television Network. Photo: Monty Brinton/CBS
    Fotoquelle: MONTY BRINTON
  • "Blackout" -- When a series of blackouts occur in power stations leaving Los Angeles in the dark, Don (Rob Morrow, center), David (Alimi Ballard, left) and Colby (Dylan Bruno, right) try to determine if it was an accident or the work of terrorists, on NUMB3RS, scheduled to air  on the CBS Television Network.
Photo: Monty Brinton/CBS Vergrößern
    "Blackout" -- When a series of blackouts occur in power stations leaving Los Angeles in the dark, Don (Rob Morrow, center), David (Alimi Ballard, left) and Colby (Dylan Bruno, right) try to determine if it was an accident or the work of terrorists, on NUMB3RS, scheduled to air on the CBS Television Network. Photo: Monty Brinton/CBS
    Fotoquelle: MONTY BRINTON
Serie, Krimiserie
Numb3rs - Die Logik des Verbrechens

Infos
Vorsperrungskennzeichen
Originaltitel
Numb3rs
Produktionsland
USA
Produktionsdatum
2006
Altersfreigabe
16+
13TH STREET
Di., 01.01.
06:45 - 07:30
Blackout


Umspannwerke und Transformatoren in Los Angeles werden das Ziel diverser Anschläge. Don untersucht den Fall und kann einen terroristischen Anschlag ausschließen. Stattdessen muss er feststellen, dass im Gefängnis auf Grund der Stromausfälle eine Extra Anlieferung von Dieselkraftstoff vorgenommen wird, der nicht dringend gebraucht wird. Er stößt darauf, dass hinter der fingierten Lieferung ein Drogenkartell steckt. Der Anführer des Drogenrings möchte so seine Männer einschleusen, um einen inhaftierten Zeugen zu ermorden. Kann Don und sein Team die Täter stoppen und festnehmen?


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