Synopsis by Hal Erickson
FBI agents Kurt Novack (David James Elliott) and Andrea McInroy (played by Elliott's real-life wife Nanci Chambers) fly to Australia to follow up a lead on a serial killer who photographs his female victims before murdering them. Along for the ride are Novack's estranged wife Michelle (Terry Farrell) and their son Johnny (Myles Jeffrey). Although a suspect is arrested and booked, Novack cannot help but shake the feeling that the wrong man is in prison. On the flight back to the U.S., Novack discovers, in startling fashion, that his instincts are correct -- the killer is somewhere on board the plane, has struck again, and intends to add Novack's wife to his victim list. Filmed in 2001, Code 11-14 was originally scheduled to air in September of that year, but was bumped because its subliminal "terror in flight" theme struck too close a nerve with those reeling from the 9/11 terrorist attacks. The film was rescheduled for April 2003, but was again shelved, this time because of network coverage of the war in Iraq. The film finally made its CBS network bow August 24, 2003.
airplane, FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation), serial-killer, wife