Showtime TV series - Season 1 - 2005/2006

Set in post-9/11 America, SLEEPER CELL is a Showtime series that capitalizes on the country's fear and paranoia about terrorist organizations. Michael Ealy stars as Darwyn, an F.B.I. agent who has managed to infiltrate an Islamic terrorist cell in Los Angeles. Introduced to the group by leader Farik (Oded Fehr), Darwyn learns of their plans to attack Los Angeles, and faces some tough challenges as the time for the group to carry out the mission approaches

Oded's role

Season 1: Oded Fehr plays Faris Al-Farik , a charismatic but deadly Arab leader of an Islamic Extremist Terrorist cell who poses as "Yossi" -- a Jewish-American who works for a security company in Los Angeles.
Season 1: Oded Fehr, Michael Ealy, Alex Nesic, Blake Shields, Melissa Sagemiller, Luis Chávez, James LeGros, Henri Lubatti, Raj Maan

Episode Guide - Season 1
# 1 "Al-Fatiha"
Darwyn Al-Hakim is a Muslim ex-con who has just been released from prison and finds his way to an Islamic extremist named Farik, who recruits him to join a terrorist sleeper cell planning an attack in Los Angeles.

# 2 "Target" Farik and Ilija receive a deadly biological anthrax shipment and prepare for an attack inside a Los Angeles shopping mall.

# 3 "Money" Farik learns that the money supply filtering in from Mexico to finance Youmud Din (“Judgment Day”) has come to a halt. Farik, Darwyn and Christian cross the border to Tijuana, Mexico, and attempt to straighten out their financial problems.

# 4 "Scholar" Farik sends biochemical student Eddy Pangetsu on a flight to Vancouver, Canada, to drive a shipment of real anthrax across the Canadian border and down to Los Angeles.

# 5 "Soldier" The Cell members pose as Iraqi insurgents-in-training in order to infiltrate and take over a secure warehouse as a new base of operations for Youmid Din.

# 6 "Family" Darwyn befriends a pesticide plant worker in order to buy some of his company’s product under the table for the Cell while each of the jihadis cope with personal troubles of their own.

# 7 "Immigrant" When an Afghan boy arrives at the warehouse looking for training as a jihadi, Darwyn introduces him to a more moderate brand of Islam in hopes of steering him away from terrorism.

# 8 "Intramural" The Cell buys explosives from a white supremacist militia while Darwyn’s new handler, Patrice Serxner, tries to prevent the LAPD from blowing his cover in a conflicting investigation.

# 9 & 10 (Two-Hour Grand Finale) "Youmid Din" The Cell hijacks a chemical truck in preparation for Youmid Din (“Judgment Day”) as the FBI prepares to stop them, not knowing that, due to a misunderstanding of the Arabic calendar, the attack will proceed one day earlier than they think it will.