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I guess this was another attempt at importing Brit TV. It lasted only 1 season or 18 episodes.
Not particularly successful. There's nothing particularly new here. It's a basically a police procedural with Marley Shelton as the super hot Rachel Young, and Rufus Sewell as the very dark Dr. Jacob Hood.
The most interesting part of the duo is how low is Marley Shelton going to open her shirt down to. And how much energy can Rufus Sewell suck out of the TV.
It wasn't one of my favorites. Certainly not surprised of its cancellation.
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