FBI agent Joe Renato trains and handles rookie agents who go undercover to solve crimes at all levels of Los Angeles' diverse society, interfacing with government and local law enforcement ... See full summary »

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2004   2003  
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FBI agent Joe Renato trains and handles rookie agents who go undercover to solve crimes at all levels of Los Angeles' diverse society, interfacing with government and local law enforcement agencies. They come to him for help with both long-term and quick sting operations. Written by Anonymous

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26 September 2003 (USA)  »

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CBS was going to give this show a full-season of 22 episodes but it didn't happen because the series only aired 14 episodes and then was canceled with two episodes remaining unaired. See more »

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Joe Renato: What's happening? Let's go! I don't have much time ... I gotta go kill a guy.
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If you liked this show, you oughta see...
22 October 2007 | by See all my reviews

...everything by its creator and writer, Canada's Chris Haddock. The Handler was a watered-down approach to the gritty, character-driven awesome writing that peppers all of Haddock's work. He had a seven-year run with the BRILLIANT Da Vinci's Inquest, which many voters here on IMDb call the single best show ever aired on television, one year with Da Vinci City Hall, and is now in the second year of the brilliant Intelligence, which is about both Canada's intelligence agency, CSIS, and the Vancouver drug-running scene.

The Handler might've been too much for American audiences, but there are a lot of latenight ABC and WGN viewers falling head over heals for the curmudgeonly coroner and all the other cast in DVI.

Really. Check it out if you can.


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