John Phillips was an undercover agent for the United States. Then his life was taken away after another agent had a secret to keep and decided to pin Phillips for a crime he didn't commit. ... See full summary »
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John Phillips was an undercover agent for the United States. Then his life was taken away after another agent had a secret to keep and decided to pin Phillips for a crime he didn't commit. Knowing the he cannot go back home because he would be arrested, he stays exiled in France under the name John Stone. There is only two people he can trust: Charlie Cabbott, A U.S. official who worked to get Phillips' name cleared and Danni Montreau, a French cop whom he would help solves cases with. He also has time to be charmed by local girl Jacquie Decaux. Written by Pat McCurry <laraspal00@aol.com>

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2 April 1991 (USA)  »

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L'éxilé  »

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Interesting idea gone wrong?
7 February 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

It had Teri Hatcher in it, which should have counted for something. Its premise was something like that of the current hit "Burn Notice." Yet somewhere, somehow, this show didn't have the writing or the cast or the network and time slot(s) that make its more recent twin a success. Maybe the formula had not been worked out right. An interesting difference between this show and "Burn" is that the hero of the current show does not know why he has been burned whereas there was no mystery about that in "The Exile." So it was an interesting premise, but somebody left something out, or phoned something in. (Which is a better setting? Miami or France? Depends on where in France, doesn't it?)


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