A new crime drama series to check out is The Irrational. If you want to know more about this new show, including where you can watch it, we’ve got you covered and shared everything to know about it right below.
Announced back in 2021, The Irrational is a police procedural show created by Arika Mittman. Additionally, it’s based on the 2008 book Predictably Irrational by bestselling author Dan Ariely.
The show follows a world-renowned psychology professor who uses his unique insight into human nature to help the FBI crack complex, high-stakes cases.
But who plays the main character? What about the other characters in the series? Here’s who portrays who in the crime drama show and where you can watch it.
The Irrational cast
Jesse L. Martin stars in the leading role of Professor Alec Mercer, a world-renowned professor of behavioral science. He’s best known for his previous role as Detective Ed Green in Law & Order and Captain Joe West in The Flash. He also played the role of Dr. Greg Butters in the legal drama series Ally McBeal and Tom Collins in the musical drama film Rent.
Here’s more of the cast and who they play:
- Maahra Hill as Marisa
- Arash DeMaxi as Owen
- Molly Kunz as Phoebe
- Travina Springer as Kylie
- Brian King as Agent Jace Richards
Is The Irrational on Netflix?
Unfortunately, you will not be able to stream the crime drama series on Netflix. However, it will be available on another streaming service. No worries! Netflix has tons of similar content streaming right now on its platform. We recommend checking out Paranoid, Collateral, The Lincoln Lawyer and Mindhunter on Netflix.
Where to watch The Irrational
The crime drama series is scheduled to premiere on Sept. 25, 2023, on NBC at 10 p.m. ET/9 p.m. CT. After the show’s premiere, a new episode will air every Monday at the same time. If you miss an episode, it will be available to stream on Peacock the day after it airs.
Take a look at the official trailer for a sneak peek of what’s to come in the series!
Be sure to check out The Irrational, airing on NBC on Mondays at 10:00 p.m. ET/9:00 p.m. CT.