The Story of Minority Report:

There were three of them, Dash, Arthur, and Agatha. They were called the Precognitives. They could see murders before they happened. For six years, our police held them against their will and used them to save lives. But after the government’s Precrime program was shut down, they were finally released. They kept themselves safe and hidden from the world… until now.

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10 years after the end of Precrime in Washington DC one of the three PreCogs attempts to lead on a normal life while still suffering from visions of the future. Will they be able to hold it together or mentally breakdown and give up?

Set in 2065 Washington, D.C. (eleven years after the events of the 2002 film), the series follows Dash (Sands), a Precog, who has the ability to predict crimes. The Precrime Unit was dismantled in 2054, forcing law enforcement to rely on newer methods to fight crime. Before it was dismantled, Dash, his twin brother Arthur (Zano), and their foster sister Agatha (Regan) were part of the program that gave them their unique gifts. Now, Dash is using his ability to assist Detective Lara Vega (Good) in preventing crimes, and at the same time trying to keep his gift from being revealed, as there are those who want to obtain the Precogs at any cost, and use their abilities once more.


Based on Steven Spielberg’s international blockbuster film of the same name, this sci-fi drama follows an unlikely partnership between a “precognitive” named Dash (Stark Sands) who is haunted by his future, and a shrewd police detective, Lara Vega (Meagan Good), who struggles with her past. Set in Washington, D.C., in the year 2065, Dash and Vega race to identify and eliminate criminals, stopping terrible crimes before they are committed. As the two lost souls work together to fight future crimes, Dash and Vega form a connection and find purpose and redemption in each other.




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