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A drama about an 800 year old, angst ridden vampire who lives in present day Toronto as a homicide detective in an attempt to repay for his sins and regain his mortality, with the aid of Natalie Lambert, a mortal coroner, while trying to keep his secret from his partner. His quests are hindered by his tormented past and his seductive 2000 year old master, Lucien Lacroix. Written by
Some channel surfers may have viewed Forever Knight merely as a "Vampire Cop" show. Much more was there. For one, you had great social and ethical questions brought to discussion from each and every week's show. Then there was outstanding character development. Cinematography was no less than award winning, the flash back sequences were beautifully executed. There was a spot that was truly unique. The flash backs helped people see that moral dilemmas are not something new to our time but have been there for all time. Truly a unique part to this series. Next we have beautifully scored music, followed by talented actors and actresses, and well written scripts. I think what attracted me the most to the show, as I believe many others would agree with, was the character development. You began to feel as the show progressed how well all the characters connected. There seemed to be some sort of on-screen bond that you felt they could even share off-screen, thus tying you into the characters as well. If you have never seen this series, take the time to watch a few consecutive episodes always airing on the Sci-Fi channel, you won't be disappointed!
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