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Raymond J. Barry,
Angela Henson is a straight As student with a loving family, and dreams of becoming a doctor. Then at age fourteen, Angela finds out that her parents are revealed to be CIA agents, suspected of treason for selling state secrets to the enemy. With her parents in prison, Angela's path takes her on a journey as an FBI agent in New York City, with a specialty for finding out when both suspects and victims are lying. However, the past still has a hold on Angela, making her suspicious of others, and closed-off to her new boyfriend Peter and younger brother, Jerry. No matter how much she tries to right the wrongs of her parents, she must still face them, and figure out whether or not they may possibly be sending her coded messages. Written by
I could not resist being the first to comment on a show.
Abigail Spencer as Angela Henson is attractive and compelling. The series seems to be one of the soap-drama-mystery types. There will most likely be a new mystery to solve each week and the thread of a mystery running throughout the series. It is not yet known if the thread mystery will be solved each season and a new thread introduced to keep you coming back or will just continue. From the plot summary it will also delve into her personal relations and problems associated with her "gift" which turns out to be an incredible intelligence and keen awareness of everything that allows her to discern when others are lying.
The show has promise and I intend to watch upcoming episodes. For now I have reserved giving it a grade but look forward to the next adventure.
2/10/2007 PS: Sadly this show was not renewed after the end of the first season and is not available on DVD.
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