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The show’s intriguing premise helps it stand out from the procedural crowd.



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Lie to Me


Lie to Me

Year released



Crime, drama, mystery


Inspired by the scientific discoveries of real-life body language specialist and criminal investigator Dr Paul Eikman, the weekly police detective series Lie to Me follows Dr Cal Lightman (Tim Roth) and his special team of experts as they assist local police, government agencies and federal law enforcement in solving some of their most difficult cases.


  • Season 1
  • Season 2
  • Season 3

Cast and crew

  • Tim Roth
  • Kelli Williams
  • Brendan Hines
In Lie to Me, Tim Roth plays Dr Cal Lightman, an expert in the science of body language with a focus on microexpressions.

In other words, he can tell if you're lying just by looking at your face. As you can imagine, his expertise often comes in handy, so he and his team assist law enforcement agencies and private clients desperate to get to the truth.

A fine procedural with a compelling premise, Lie to Me flows easily and makes for a relaxing and often educational watch. Soon enough, you'll be searching your loved ones' faces for signs of betrayal.



3 seasons


3 seasons 4 seasons


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