• Publication date: January 8, 2009

Bermudas Triangle A Team Comes Together To End A Phenomenon

Shipping tycoon Eric Benirall [Sam Neill] has lost numerous ships in the Bermuda Triangle. Benirall is leading a wild and momentous expedition. He approaches a select team of financially-shipwrecked experts by making them an offer they can't refuse -US$ 5 million each to solve the mystery of "The Triangle". Apparently Benirall has lost his twin brother Winston to the triangle as well, and his efforts are directed towards bringing him back.

Shipping tycoon Eric Benirall [Sam Neill] has lost numerous ships in the Bermuda Triangle. Benirall is leading a wild and momentous expedition. He approaches a select team of financially-shipwrecked experts by making them an offer they can't refuse -US$ 5 million each to solve the mystery of "The Triangle". Apparently Benirall has lost his twin brother Winston to the triangle as well, and his efforts are directed towards bringing him back.

Benirall solicits four people: a reporter, a psychic, a meteorologist, and an oceanographer to discover the secret of the Bermuda Triangle. Ultimately the team, with the help of a Greenpeace survivor and the tycoon, find out the truth and close the Triangle forever.

The Reporter, Howard Gregory Thomas [Eric Stoltz] works for a small tabloid and is somewhat of a specialist on the Bermuda Triangle. A reputed hardcore cynic and a walking encyclopedia of odd factoids, Howard is recruited by Benirall to be the team's decider, applying his experience with exposing the paranormal as the ultimate test for the rest of the team's theories.

The Psychic, Stan Lathem [Bruce Davison] is a man gifted with genuine psychic abilities, but has been reduced to self-promotion at New Age fairs to make ends meet. Stan is attuned to an entire invisible world filled with clues to the Triangle's origins. His intuition complements the rest of the team's literal and scientific approaches to discovery.

The Meteorologist, Australian native Bruce Geller [Michael E. Rodgers] is a thrill-seeking, often reckless, professor of meteorology who sometimes displays questionable moral fiber. Initially, he joins Benirall's team purely for financial gain, and starts looking for the fastest and easiest way to collect the $5 million payoff. His childlike enthusiasm for discovery, however, and his passion to unlock the secret of Bermuda soon reveals itself, paving the way to discovering the truth about the Triangle.

The Oceanographer, Emily Meredith Patterson [Catherine Bell] was fired from an off-shore drilling company, for not backing off from safety concerns that would have shut down their operations. A smart woman with strong convictions, holding multiple degrees and expert knowledge of oceanography, it's her financial need that drives her to accept Benirall's unlikely proposal.

Meeno Paloma [Lou Diamond Phillips] is a sailor, the sole survivor of a Triangle event that killed the crews of two Greenpeace ships. He returns from his ordeal to a loving family, but one that is not quite as he remembers it. Meeno is increasingly tormented by the possibility that either his memory has been damaged, or that he has somehow rejoined a world in which he doesn't belong.

Will they bring back Benirall's brother and cash in on the pay-off? Will the Triangle claim more lives? And what part does the US Navy play in "The Triangle"?

Developed by Bryan Singer and Dean Devlin "The Triangle" is a three part science fiction miniseries concerning the Bermuda Triangle, which first aired in December 2005.