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It's too bad that it didn't get the chance to succeed. Trinity was one of the rare shows about an Irish-American family. The last show that dealt with Irish Americans was the soap opera called Ryan's Hope. Kim Raver's performance on the show was excellent. She had her character down to a science. Tate Donovan's performance was great, too. John Spencer did a good job. It was a very interesting show. It really was. Bobby Cannavale, Skipp Sudduth, and Molly Price made an appearance on the show. It was a family show. Anybody could watch it. However, the show wasn't doing too well in the ratings so NBC had to take it off. John Wells kept some of the people with him and the rest is history.
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