Paul Wesley (The Vampire Diaries) stars as Aaron Corbett, a high school jock with a promising future. But on his 18th birthday, his life forever changes when his incredible powers emerge, ... See full summary »
Follows aging novelist Vida Winter, who enlists a young writer to finally tell the story of her life including her mysterious childhood spent in Angelfield House, which burned to the ground when she was a teenager.
Jason Shepherd wakes up in hospital with amnesia to discover he's a police detective who's estranged from his wife and family. his superior DCI Gunning is shocked when it's revealed that the incident that erased his memory was a near fatal electrocution by persons unknown. As he tries to solve what happened, he's forced to confront some unsavory truths about himself. Written by
I had just finished watching "Mystery" on PBS when "Fallen" came on. It was a nice bit of diversion--like a cross between the American series "24," and the Bourne identity. 24 has really gone down hill since the first two seasons, but it had a nice tension at first.
Fallen is fast paced and violent, and the characters are not terribly complex, but the energy is good, and I got caught up in the plot line even though I was tired when I started watching it.
Jason Shepherd works as the lead in Fallen because he is physically imposing and somewhat mercurial. There were a lot of Spy TV stereotypes, but on the whole, I found it entertaining.
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