- Victor Garber (Alias) guest stars as the enigmatic Olivier Roth -
TORONTO, June 14 /CNW/ - A massive global conspiracy is revealed in the
season finale of ReGenesis, airing Sunday, June 17 at 8 p.m. ET on The Movie
Network (eastern Canada) and 7 p.m. PT on Movie Central (western Canada).
David (Peter Outerbridge) discovers a link between the tantalum
contamination, which is destroying computers worldwide, and the recent
smallpox scam. He's confident that Carlton Riddlemeyer (Geraint Wyn Davies) is
in on the scheme, but the mysterious death of Titus Muyerbridge (Noam
Jenkins), Carlton's financial partner, leaves David searching for another
Meanwhile, following his experimental surgery, Bob's (Dmitry Chepovetsky)
vision is improving daily, but the injected virus has also made him
hypersensitive to the emotions of others. Somehow the viral activation of
formerly dormant genes has genetically evolved him into a higher
consciousness. He needs brain surgery but David wonders if the death of
Muyerbridge, whose company, Auflander Docheimer Industries, was behind Bob's
previous operations, will jeopardize the procedure. But Dr. Turnbull (Leah
Pinsent) assures David that Olivier Roth (Victor Garber), founder of Auflander
Docheimer, has promised the operation will go forward.
Reassured, David goes to collect Bob. But Bob is gone and NorBAC soon
learns that Olivier Roth may have connections not only to Robbie McCain, the
man behind the smallpox scheme, but to the magnetobacteria contamination as
well . . . and now he has Bob.
ReGenesis is a one-hour drama series produced by Shaftesbury Films for
Movie Central and The Movie Network in association with Showcase, and with the
participation of the Canadian Television Fund, Rogers Cable Network Fund, the
Independent Production Fund, and Corus Entertainment Inc. Season four of
ReGenesis premieres in Spring 2008 on The Movie Network and Movie Central.
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