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McBride is a U.S. Marshal and his job is to guard criminals, protect witnesses, and pursue escaped convicts. His job takes all across the country where he meets all kinds of people. Written by
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This show ran for one season and a bit, and was obviously inspired by the U.S. Marshals in The Fugitive (1993), although Fahey's character is nothing like Tommy Lee Jones'.
The first season was billed as an action show, but actually featured complex plots and required the viewer think. As you can imagine, network suits put a stop to THAT, and the show was dumbed way down for season 2, then cancelled.
It's too bad; Fahey is a certain type of actor (along with, say, Bill Campbell)-- the kind who labours in B-movie hell, but every once in a while gets a miracle shot to prove what he or she can do, and STILL can't catch a break.
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