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After watching the first two episodes of the new USA cable network crime-action-drama series The Huntress, I can say the series is entertaining and has plenty of potential. This series is based on real stories of a mother-daughter bounty hunting team of Dottie Thorson (Annette O' Toole) and Brandi Thorson ( Jordana Spiro.) They are both assisted by good friend Tiny Bellows ( James Remar) who helps them track down wanted criminals. And to mention a few tidbits relating to this series, first it's nice to see Annette O' Toole be the main star of a series. Second what about the beauty of Jordana Spiro, oh mamma talk about allot of cleavage! Does Jordana have a body or what! When watching the first episode of The Huntress, I noticed the opening credits and when I saw this young attractive female's face and name mentioned it occurred I had saw her years ago when she made a guest appearance on the sexy USA network crime-drama Silk Stalkings. I happen to have the episode recorded it's titled "Rage", and I believe that it first aired either in late 1997 or early 1998. I will certainly keep the episode in my video collection, because it happens to feature two very hot steamy scenes of Jordana in sexy colored lingerie. In fact both scenes feature her in silk multi-colored bras and panties. I certainly hope I see more of Jordana Spiro in not only TV series, but movies also. Enough about Jordana Spiro and her ability to be a future babe I know it will happen all in all The Huntress is very entertaining it features the emotion and love of a mother and daughter relationship and has the action-drama of any crime TV show.
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