Eighteen year old Mark Sims is found shot to death in a dumpster. He has a petty crime sheet along with a friend named Rick Baker. Rick's father tells Ben and Amy about a cache of money of which Rick...
Nerds and Monsters is an animated comedy that tosses a group of nerdy kids on a fantastic uncharted island. The tween castaways must use nothing but their smarts to survive the relentless ... See full summary »
Ian James Corlett,
Dan Merrick comes out from a shattering car accident with amnesia. He finds that he is married to Judith who is trying to help him start his life again. He keeps getting flashbacks about ... See full summary »
As America celebrates its 200th birthday, two generations of friends and neighbors in a Chicago suburb explore new freedoms and seek connections with each other in the midst of the socio/sexual revolution.
This comedy series stands halfway between the average sitcom and Tarantinoesque production. It focuses on Curtis, a weird couch potato who never leaves his home and watches the Rex Reilly ... See full summary »
Callum Keith Rennie
David McGregor's family owns an oil firm and the vast Rivercross estate in Alberta. His late father however donated the original land to the Henrys. The heiress and her all-female offspring... See full summary »
The victim: rookie Vancouver police officer Steve Schoenfeld. The killer: hotel maid Dana Rosten. This case sits as a cold one for ten years until the gun used to kill Schoenfeld turns up ... See full summary »
Roger R. Cross,
Ben Sullivan is a tough, smart homicide detective with Dissociative Identity Disorder, also known as Multiple Personality Disorder. In the first moments of the series, Ben is bonded in blood to his tough, beautiful partner Amy Lynch. While they work to solve the murder cases that cross their desk daily, Ben copes with the fascinating complexities of his secret disorder, and the uncertainty of never knowing which alternate personality will surface, or when. Written by
A third episode scheduled to air in Canada on September 15, 2010 was preempted and the following week the fourth episode was aired leaving the third episode unaired leaving many plot holes and unexplained developments. See more »
For the initial network run in Canada the parent network CanWest Global showed the episodes out of order and skipped three entire episodes and rushed to the final thirteenth episode. This caused many character to appear and disappear from out of nowhere, most significantly the wife played by Molly Parker. See more »
First of all i totally agree with the first review,the show brings a innovation in the Canadian shows.
Even if i do not watch allot of TV series and i can count the ones i am watching now with only one hand i still appreciate the idea of putting a character that has suffered a great loss and thus becoming mentally ill in someway(Example:Monk) Also the story has its flaws but that is one of the few problems in this new show,and also its easier to understand if you do not miss any of the episode or skip any of the episodes.
All in all this show is pretty well acted and surprisingly good.
NOTE:A great new show that deserves at least 7/10 in IMDb! NOTE:I started watching this show yesterday so i do not know all about the show.
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