Crossing Lines (2013– )
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Pilot: Part 1 

French policeman Louis Daniel now works for the International Criminal Court in The Hague and has put together a team of police officers from across Europe to deal with transnational crimes... See full summary »

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French policeman Louis Daniel now works for the International Criminal Court in The Hague and has put together a team of police officers from across Europe to deal with transnational crimes. He recruits former NYPD Sgt. Carl Hickman who left the force after being shot in the hand and under a cloud of suspicion. They are currently investigating a series of killings that they believe is the work of a serial killer. The first victim was in Rome 7 months ago, followed by similar deaths in Dublin, London and most recently, Paris. They find crucial evidence at the Paris crime scene, including one of the victim's shoes. When Hickman and investigator Anne-Marie San follow-up on the shoe, San goes missing. Written by garykmcd

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23 June 2013 (USA)  »

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Carl Hickman is introduced has having an injured right hand, which he usually keeps covered with a glove throughout the series. In the opening credits of the show, the actor is seen using a phone apparently with his right hand without a glove on and no visible injury. This may be a mirrored shot. See more »

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Carl Hickman: [interrupting a husband/wife disagreement] Hey, why don't you just leave her alone, pal?
Rude Guy: Why don't you mind your own business? Hey, you got a problem? Go to hell.
Carl Hickman: You want to know something about yourself? I'll tell you something about yourself. You've got soft hands and no muscle tone, which marks you for white-collar, but your eyes have no spark of intelligence, and you obviously can't decipher a simple sign. So guess what? You're not management. My guess is you're a drone. You're a worker-bee...
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Great Except for the Killer
6 July 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I've been looking forward to seeing Crossing Lines, especially when I heard the great Donald Sutherland was one of the major actors. I liked the fact that the pilot was two hours long which gave the viewer a chance to get into the script. I found the pilot to be suspenseful, well written and well acted, that is until the killer was revealed. In my opinion the entire pilot fell apart and was undermined by the inappropriate casting of the killer. The actors in this show was so well cast (no cookie cutter types) that I couldn't believe the stupidity of casting this man as the killer, it ruined the authenticity and suspense of the show, so my 8 stars is for the program itself without the very weak killer.


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