TV Shows - Josh Blacker
Sorted by online popularity, based on the Engagement Score on July 24, 2024. Josh Blacker has appeared in 10 television series with data.
  • Reacher Poster
    #100
    Reacher
    as Hortense Fields 4 episodes • #100 most popular show
    Reacher is an American streaming television series focused on the adventures of Jack Reacher, a former military police investigator turned drifter. The series adapts Lee Child's novels featuring the titular character and showcases his encounters with criminal elements as he traverses the United States.
  • Arrow Poster
    #145
    Arrow
    as Magee 1 episode • #145 most popular show
    Arrow is a television series that follows the life of Oliver Queen, a billionaire playboy who becomes a vigilante archer after being stranded on a hostile island. Returning home to Starling City, Oliver takes on the persona of Arrow to fight crime and corruption. With his exceptional archery skills and a team of skilled allies, he works to protect his city from various criminal threats. The show explores Oliver's journey as he balances his dual identity, confronts his past, and becomes a symbol of hope for the city.
  • Supernatural Poster
    #148
    Supernatural
    as Caleb 1 episode • #148 most popular show
    Supernatural is an American television series that follows the thrilling adventures of two brothers, Sam and Dean Winchester. The show combines elements of horror, fantasy, and drama as the brothers travel across the United States to battle supernatural creatures and otherworldly forces. With an engaging mix of intense action, gripping storytelling, and compelling characters, Supernatural has captivated audiences since its debut in 2005. The series explores themes of family, loyalty, and destiny, as the Winchesters confront their own personal demons while saving humanity from the supernatural threats that plague the world.
  • Fringe Poster
    #355
    Fringe
    as MP 1 episode • #355 most popular show
    Fringe is a science fiction television series focusing on the FBI's Fringe Division, where unexplained phenomena are investigated. The series showcases the life of FBI Agent Olivia Dunham, consultant Walter Bishop, and son Peter Bishop engaged in edge-of-reality science and strange occurrences, presenting a mix of procedural thriller, epic mythology, and intriguing character drama.
  • See Poster
    #496
    See
    as Witchfinder Warrior 8 episodes • #496 most popular show
    ‘See’ is a science fiction drama series that envisions a post-apocalyptic world where a virus has left the surviving human population blind. Set in a distant future, the presence of twins with the restored ability to see sets off a conflict, as their father fights to safeguard them. The show delves into themes of survival, mythology, and the reimagining of society without one of its most relied-upon senses.
  • Animal Control Poster
    #750
    Animal Control
    as Lyle 1 episode • #750 most popular show
    Animal Control is an American sitcom centered on the complex dynamics within a group of animal control workers in Seattle. The show delves into the irony that the animals they manage are less troublesome than the humans they encounter. Frank Shaw, a former police officer with a deep understanding of animals but a damaged view of people, leads the team through their eccentric daily challenges.
  • Batwoman Poster
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    Batwoman
    as Virgil 2 episodes • #930 most popular show
    Batwoman is a superhero television series based on the DC Comics character of the same name. The show follows Kate Kane, a highly skilled fighter who takes up the mantle of Batwoman to protect Gotham City from crime and corruption. With a combination of martial arts expertise and cutting-edge technology, Batwoman fights against a variety of super villains and unravels mysteries plaguing the city. The show explores themes of identity, societal expectations, and justice, while also delving into the personal struggles and relationships of its characters.
  • The Irrational Poster
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    The Irrational
    as Owen Kalagian 1 episode • #931 most popular show
    The Irrational is an American crime drama series which delves into the world of behavioral psychology as explored by Professor Alec Mercer, a renowned academic. Mercer applies his expertise to solve complex cases for governments and law enforcement, but is challenged by a confrontational domestic terror suspect, deepening the narrative tension within the show.
  • Travelers Poster
    #957
    Travelers
    as Agent Callahan 3 episodes • #957 most popular show
    Travelers is a science fiction series that explores the complexities of time travel and its implications on humanity's survival. The narrative centers around operatives from the future known as 'travelers,' who inhabit the bodies of contemporary individuals to execute missions that aim to prevent a catastrophic future.
  • Motherland: Fort Salem Poster
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    Motherland: Fort Salem
    as Marcus Tooms 10 episodes • #1,600 most popular show
    Motherland: Fort Salem is a thrilling supernatural drama series set in an alternate version of the United States. The show follows a group of young women who are enrolled in a military training school called Fort Salem, where they must learn to harness their magical abilities to protect their country. As they navigate the challenges of training and the complexities of their personal lives, they discover dark secrets and face formidable enemies. With its powerful performances and thought-provoking storytelling, Motherland: Fort Salem offers a unique blend of fantasy, action, and social commentary.
Movies - Josh Blacker
Sorted by online popularity. Josh Blacker has appeared in 1 movies with data.
  • Elysium Poster
    #633
    Elysium
    as Crowe • #633 most popular movie
    Elysium is a 2013 American dystopian science fiction action film directed by Neill Blomkamp. Starring Matt Damon and Jodie Foster, the film portrays a future where the wealthy reside on a space station called Elysium while the remainder of humanity struggles on an overpopulated and desolate Earth. The movie explores various sociopolitical themes such as immigration, class disparity, and healthcare.