A young man, working as a bodyguard for a wealthy but ruthless millionaire industrialist, becomes embroiled in the lives of the people associated with the business involving unscrupulous research in biological viruses.
Julia Rivera is a beautiful psychology student engaged to be married to Michael Krieger, a wealthy but ruthless man, who loves Julia despite his philandering nature. Unbeknownst to Julia, Michael's business enterprise is involved in nefarious activities. Because of this, Michael hires a bodyguard named Jack Porter, an ex-Special Forces soldier, to protect himself and his one true love, while Julia has no idea that the very person she must ultimately be shielded from is her own fiancée. Jack tries not to let his growing feelings for Julia cloud his judgment on the job, but he is torn between duty and desire. As the lovers struggle with their feelings for each other, they begin to uncover the web of deceit and murder that Michael has woven around their lives. Other characters involved is Andre, Michael's "business associate" and personal assassin with some dark secrets of his own. Leandra Thames is Michael's loyal, but deadly, personal assistant also willing to commit murder to protect ... Written by
I first tuned in to "Watch Over Me" to because I'm a fan of Dan Wells from his stint on Days Of Our Lives and other things he's done. To my surprise, several actors who have appeared in daytime star in the show. "Watch" works with a prime-time budget with the production values that go with it. Like any drama with a large cast, it took a few episodes to get a real feeling for the characters, the stories and how they relate to each other. So much happens every minute, that I find myself rewinding if I turn away for a moment. To aid viewers with following the show (and to assist the viewers who join late in the game), each episode begins with a recap of past episodes. On Saturdays, they have a one-hour summary of the highlights for the week. This show has a superb (and gorgeous) cast and the writing is superior. I'm officially hooked. The show is very serious but has also shown humor. I highly recommend "Watch Over Me."
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