A cop becomes a union leader for the police force. He has to balance between protecting the police force as well as take out the dirty cops in the force.
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 Ed Wycoff 12 episodes, 2010
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A cop becomes a union leader for the police force. He has to balance between protecting the police force as well as take out the dirty cops in the force.

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Crime | Drama

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Rated R for language
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Definitely Has Potential
6 March 2010 | by See all my reviews

Yes it's time for another cop show review, before we get into all the technicalities let me say that this show reminds me very much of the lighter side of "the shield".

So we have the main cop Frank Leo and he seems to be the voice of the cop community, now while most other shows focused on cleaning up the streets and then secondly on what goes wrong this show seems to focus on the exact opposite. That's right he's trying to clean up the police department from the ground floor all the way to the top, and of course we have our usual dirty cop clichés' like chiefs taking bribes, and your real estate schemes but mostly its just Frank doing his thing helping out his fellow street cops from getting in too deep when they do things a little beyond protocol and then get buried by the higher ups for only about a third of what they actually did.

Is this show fun, yup it's fun, entertaining, and there's some nice emotion/acting involved. It's off to a pretty decent start so far lets see if they can keep the momentum rolling.

8 out of 10.


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