Breaking In 2 Seasons 2011
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1. Pilot Perpetual college student and computer hacking whiz Cameron Price (Bret Harrison) is recruited to join a high-tech security consulting firm masterminded by its enigmatic and manipulative owner, Oz (Christian Slater). But upon joining Oz's brilliant crew of oddballs who operate at the margins of the law, Cameron quickly finds himself at odds with the firm's other boy wonder, Josh Armstrong (Trevor Moore).
2. Tis Better To Have Loved And Flossed Under orders from Oz (Christian Slater), Cameron (Bret Harrison) and his Contra team struggle to get around the security system in a crazed client's well-guarded home. But only after learning that the target of the mission is actually Oz's estranged wife (Alyssa Milano) does Cameron realize he's been dragged into a domestic dispute aimed at protecting his boss's business and reputation.
3. Need For Speed When he's forced to prove his worth to the company by working with Contra's newest client, NASCAR racer Jimmie Johnson, Cameron (Bret Harrison) turns to Melanie's (Odette Annable) boyfriend, Dutch (Michael Rosenbaum) for help. Meanwhile, Cash (Alphonso McAuley) turns the office copy machine into a very human robot.
4. White on White on White As Oz (Christian Slater) assigns her to lead a team to steal a priceless work of modern art, Melanie (Odette Annable) welcomes her father, Larry (guest star Ted McGinley) back from a five-year stretch in prison. But as Melanie looks to make up for lost time, Oz sets out to prove that her dad is actually a con man.
5. Take The Movie And Run When a film studio looks to secure its copy of a legendary cult film prior to a screening at the Comic Con convention, they turn to Contra Security. As Oz (Christian Slater) stays behind to indulge his latest videogame obsession, Cameron (Bret Harrison), Cash (Alphonso McAuley) and the rest of the team join forces to keep the movie out of the hands of its crazed fans.
6. Breaking Out When their bickering causes them to fail at an important assignment, Oz (Christian Slater) orders a team-building exercise that strands everyone inside the office. But as they work to escape, Cameron (Bret Harrison) struggles with the news that Melanie (Odette Annable) is moving in with her boyfriend, Dutch (Michael Rosenbaum).
7. 21.0 Jump Street Following Oz's (Christian Slater) orders to work for Mike Tyson, Cameron (Bret Harrison) enlists his Contra Security co-workers to help a geeky teenager who is being bullied by a high school classmate. Upon arriving at school, Cameron finds an old friend of his working there, too.
Breaking In Season 1 Sneak Peek Watch a Sneak Peek of Fox's Breaking In, starring Christian Slater, Bret Harrison, Odette Annable, Alphonso McAuley.
|Starring||Bret Harrison, Odette Annable|
|Supporting actors||Alphonso McAuley, Christian Slater, Alyssa Milano, Michael Rosenbaum, Trevor Moore, Jennifer Irwin, Luenell, Mark Hicks, Ali Wong|
|Executive Producer||Chris Bishop|
|Purchase rights||Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details|
|Format||Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)|
Will never understand what stopped this show from being a huge hit it is so funny....Christian Slater is a talented actor and so east to look at...
I can't believe this show isn't more popular, it's too funny! It's also smart too and at half an hour, it's just right for my breaks between studying and reading.Published 22 months ago by Logan Olsen
I love this show! It's very funny and the pranks they pull are very entertaining. The cast works so well together it doesn't feel overacted.Published on May 5, 2012 by Amazon Customer
This was a good first season - I really enjoyed Christian Slater's character and the plot lines. The season seemed to be cut early, which is a shame as I think the next episodes... Read morePublished on April 22, 2012 by Chris
This show is cleverly designed and has some moderately good acting and script writing. I am reminded, however, of one of my favourite movies, "Sneakers", every time I watch this... Read morePublished on March 23, 2012 by Selindri
the show is amazing. the character are amazing. the actors are amazing.
the show deserves a second chance, it is funny and original and more people should watch it, it is very... Read more
Under-rated, under-watched, under-appreciated - From witty/hilarious to moments of breathtaking lunacy - all in 1/2 hour. Characters Welcome indeed.Published on July 13, 2011 by Dan W