Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye is a Canadian-American crime drama television series created by Dave Alan Johnson and Gary R. Johnson and based on a true story about the adventures of Sue Thomas, a deaf undercover agent, at the FBI in Washington, D.C.
The series originally aired in the USA on PAX TV from 13 October, 2002 to 22 May, 2005. There are 57 hour-long episodes in three seasons.
The series originally aired in South Africa on SABC2 from 26 December, 2002 to 20 December, 2006. It suffered frequent timeslot and day changes during its run on SABC2. See "Seasons" below for seasonal broadcast dates and times.
Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye premiered on DStv's Sony Entertainment Television (SET) channel on Saturday 4 October 2008, at 22h00. There are 19 episodes in the first season.
This drama series was inspired by the true story of Sue Thomas who, although deaf from infancy, overcame huge obstacles to work doing surveillance for the F.B.I.
A suspense-filled coming-of-age drama, it stars deaf actress Deanne Bray as Thomas, a sheltered young woman who has recently graduated from college and is about to start her first real job, which happens to be with the F.B.I.
Initially disappointed when she’s relegated to analyzing fingerprints, Sue doesn’t languish there for long. A new acquaintance, agent Jack Hudson (Yannick Bisson), discovers her unique lip-reading ability and enlists her to join the bureau’s elite surveillance team.
Suddenly Sue and her hearing dog, Levi, are caught up in a lot more action than they bargained for, but what they lack in experience, they make up for in spirit and enthusiasm.
(All three seasons consist of 19 episodes each)
Channel: SABC2 | Premiere: 26 December 2002 | Finale: 1 May 2003 | Thursdays, 19h30
Channel: SABC2 | Premiere: 3 August 2005 | Finale: 28 December 2005 | Wednesdays, 23h00
Channel: SET | Premiere: 4 October 2008 | Finale: 7 February 2009 | Saturdays: 22h00
Channel: SABC2 | Premiere: 27 April 2006 | Finale: 31 August 2006 | Thursdays, 22h00
Channel: SABC2 | Premiere: 16 August 2006 | Finale: 20 December 2006 | Wednesdays, 23h00