Follows teams of cops and psychiatric professionals who make up the Psych Crimes and Crisis unit.
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 Detective Aidan Black (21 episodes, 2013)
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 Detective Poppy Wisnefski (21 episodes, 2013)
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 Leo Beckett (21 episodes, 2013)
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 Inspector Diane Caligra (21 episodes, 2013)
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 Detective Elizabeth Liette (15 episodes, 2013)
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 Dr. Daniella Ridley (13 episodes, 2013)
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After an embarrassing and public breakdown, Detective Aidan Black (David Sutcliffe) is reassigned from his beloved SWAT team to the newly created Psych Crimes and Crisis Unit. There, he's dismayed to find his partner is not another cop, but forensic psychiatrist, Dr. Daniella Ridley (Stefanie von Pfetten). The unit also includes Detective Poppy Wisnefski (Luisa d'Oliveira) and psychiatric nurse Leo Beckett (Dayo Ade), with Inspector Diane Caligra (Karen LeBlanc) keeping a close watch over the unique partnerships. Passionate and opposing viewpoints are an inherent part of the job in Psych Crimes, and the answers the teams seek never come easy. Aidan's deep insight and investigative skills combine brilliantly with Daniella's keen ability to decipher human behaviour. Learning to work cohesively, the Psych Crimes and Crisis Unit investigates city's most troubling and psychologically complex crimes. Whether or not the unit is still around in a few months... is completely up to them. Written by Anonymous

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Written by Paul Murphy, Tim D'eon, Loel Campbell & Jud Haynes
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Much needed fresh look at mental health issues
17 January 2013 | by (Winnipeg, Canada) – See all my reviews

I don't need to be Miami Viced with flashy cars and stubbly studs, nor do I need to be blown away with mind boggling scientific 3D visualizations, nor do I need to be cajoled into mirth by quirky hipster references. And this show is none of that.

Appreciating acting is subjective for the most part, although 'bad acting' is obvious and painful to watch. I've seen complaints that the acting is bad, but I personally found myself rapt and engaged by these people, who I might add, I haven't been overexposed to and so I'm not distracted by previous characters they've played. This helps I suppose.

It doesn't even feel particularly Canadian to me, which is a testament since I can usually spot it instantly. Looks like they are finally braving some new attitudes in camera/lighting techniques up here.

Overall, I am looking forward to some more thorough fleshing of the main characters (and I don't mean gratuitous sex, save that for season two)

Perhaps they will dare to broach the mental health issues rampant in the Business/Corporate world (ie: sociopaths et al). I'd like to see that.


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