Project: S.E.R.A. follows Gillian Eames (Julia Voth) and Lt. Riggins (Derek Theler) as they race against the clock to stop the black market sale of a highly volatile biological agent that was originally designed by the military to expedite the recovery of soldiers wounded on the battlefields of Iraq and Afghanistan.
S.E.R.A or Simpson Eames Regeneration Agenda was founded in 2004 by Senator William Simpson and General Dennis Eames. S.E.R.A.'s primary objective was to create a drug that would expedite soldiers' recoveries from battlefield injuries.
The first iteration of the drug, SERA-130, was made available to the armed services in 2009. SERA-130 had a 65% success rate allowing soldiers to redeploy to the front lines in record time. In 2010, a new variant, SERA-131, increased that success rate to 100%. Mysteriously, in early 2012 the program was abruptly shut down. All known stores of SERA-131 were believed to have been destroyed. But rumors surfaced that samples of SERA-131 were being sold on the black market. Government and military agencies have yet to acknowledge such allegations...
GILLIAN EAMES: At a young age Gillian's mother was murdered in front of her. In response, her father, a decorated General, trained her in hand to hand combat and guns. She works at a highly secret government agency specializing in mapping for the military.
LIEUTENANT RIGGINS: A decorated, former Seal Team 6 member. At one time, served under General Eames. His left arm was blow off by an IED during a bloody battle in Ramadi. When Riggins returned home, he was awarded the Silver Star. He was patient zero for Project: S.E.R.A., the first successful test subject to grow back an entire arm.