With titles like “Believe” and “Resurrection,” you might think that two new TV series include a religious, or at least supernatural, dimension. But do they really?
“Believe” premieres on NBC Monday March 11 at 10pm, and stems from an impressive pedigree, with executive producers that include J.J. Abrams (“Lost,” “Fringe”) and Academy Award winner Alfonso Cuaron (“Gravity”). In fact, “Believe’s” pilot was directed by Cuaron.
The show tells the story of a ten-year-old girl named Bo (Johnny Sequoyah), who was born with mysterious powers that include an ability to see the future, read minds, levitate objects, and control nature. Seemingly an orphan, Bo is living with foster parents as the series begins, though she is protected from afar by Milton Winter (Delroy Lindo) and his crew, who are trying to keep evil rich guy Roman Skouras (Kyle MacLachlan) from getting his power-hungry hands on her.
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