A young woman on the run from the mob poses as her wealthy twin sister to try and evade them, but soon discovers that her sister has a price on her head as well.
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2 wins & 4 nominations. See more awards »
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 Bridget Kelly / ... (22 episodes, 2011-2012)
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 Henry Butler (22 episodes, 2011-2012)
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 Andrew Martin (22 episodes, 2011-2012)
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 Agent Victor Machado (22 episodes, 2011-2012)
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 Juliet Martin (18 episodes, 2011-2012)
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 Malcolm Ward (17 episodes, 2011-2012)
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 Tyler Barrett (9 episodes, 2011-2012)
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 Mr. Carpenter (9 episodes, 2011-2012)
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 Olivia Charles (9 episodes, 2011-2012)
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 Catherine Martin (9 episodes, 2012)
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Bridget is six months sober and starting to get her life back on track when she becomes the sole witness to a professional hit. She flees to New York, telling no one. In New York, Bridget reunites with her estranged twin, Siobhan. Wealthy, pampered and seemingly happily married, Siobhan lives what appears to be a fairy tale life. The identical twin sisters seem to be mending their frayed relationship, until Siobhan disappears overboard during a boat trip the two take together, and Bridget makes the split decision to take on her sister's identity. She discovers shocking secrets, not only about her sister and her marriage, but other secrets as well. Bridget soon realizes she is no safer as Siobhan than she is as herself. Written by Anonymous

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A search for forgiveness. A plot for revenge. See more »


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13 September 2011 (USA)  »

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Ringer - A vér kötelez  »

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The show was green-lit by CBS, who were interested in working with Sarah Michelle Gellar. They failed to pick up to the pilot to a full series, citing that it was down to a lack of available spots on the schedule and the serialization of the show not fitting in with CBS's procedural nature. However, the show was immediately picked up by the CW network thereafter. See more »

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29 October 2011 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

What I love about Gellar's new series is the way it slowly evolves each episode, revealing a new layer to the rich tapestry of it's characters. Just when you think you're figuring out the motivations (and trajectory) of a character you find out something new and you're given a new perspective.

One thing this series is not is predictable. The only time I could understand the CGI criticism was during the boat scene where the two sisters (both played by Gellar) were meant to be on an open air boat hurtling across the ocean but could be heard speaking softly over a baldly rendered ocean background. Apart from that the brief CGI scenes shared by the two were flawless. Could this scene be a stylistic approach? It looks as it should, it sounds as it should, but something is 'not right'. Reality has been altered and manipulated. Then again maybe it just comes down to budgeting and time constraints but personally I would like to believe in the former.

Gellar plays the two sisters with subtlety. After all she's playing twins who share mannerisms yet are completely different people. Gellar is acting one character who's acting as another... but she pulls it off. The banter about her 'not ageing well' is rubbish. Talk about unrealistic expectations. I would like to see who's sitting behind the keyboard.

8 Stars so far.


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