After wearing a wire to catch a dirty colleague selling confiscated drugs, detective Jack Kempson is hated by his colleagues. He also gets 'promoted away' to the basement, where old files ... See full summary »
A young woman disappears when her car breaks down in the middle of the night. Later her body is found in a national park. The case is hard for Jack's assistant Sam because years ago her ... See full summary »
Justice means more than punishing those who commit crimes. It means never giving up in the search for the truth. Justice is Detective Jack Kempson's creed. After blowing the whistle on his ... See full summary »
Agents of an oil tycoon vanish while exploring a swamp marked for drilling. The local sheriff investigates and faces a Seminole legend come to life: Man-Thing, a shambling swamp-monster whose touch burns those who feel fear.
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A baby was killed in a house arson fire 10 years ago after a violent home invasion. The parents used the tragedy as a motivation to help build an evangelical community church but now the ... See full summary »
20 years ago Harold Searle was arrested for having kidnapped and killed a young woman. Now Jack Kempson suspects there was made a mistake and decides to help Searle. By doing that he gets some dangerous enemies.
Good to see Channel 10 putting some bucks into Australian Drama, but I am getting a little sick of seeing the usual suspects. Does David Field play ANY different sort of character? Colin (everyman) Friels trots out a fairly run of the mill performance but it was still reasonably compelling. Twists and turns are few but well incorporated and reflects fairly typical writing in Australian cop shows. I'd also like to see the 'b' story get a little more weight rather than be the tail end wrap up which is usually the case. Tricky to follow.
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