The series follows Southern California's elite rescue task force, SAF3 (pronouced "safe") , consists of the cream-of-the-crop from the sea, air, and fire divisions of the Malibu Fire ... See full summary »
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 Texas Daly (20 episodes, 2013-2014)
Katie Meehan ...
 Charley Frazer (20 episodes, 2013-2014)
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 Jared Taylor (20 episodes, 2013-2014)
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 Lily Maddox (20 episodes, 2013-2014)
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 Kacie West (20 episodes, 2013-2014)
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 Graciela Vega (20 episodes, 2013-2014)
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 Alfonso Rivera (19 episodes, 2013-2014)
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 Bryce Elliot (15 episodes, 2013-2014)
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 John Eriksson (15 episodes, 2013-2014)
Pia Lamberg ...
 Heather (10 episodes, 2013-2014)
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The series follows Southern California's elite rescue task force, SAF3 (pronouced "safe") , consists of the cream-of-the-crop from the sea, air, and fire divisions of the Malibu Fire Department. They are the heroes who answer the most challenging calls; specialists who collaborate, coordinate, and initiate daring rescues in the most dangerous venues to save human life, always aware of the harsh reality that one of them may not return. Written by Anonymous

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fire | bikini | lifeguard | beach | See All (4) »


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TV-PG
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21 September 2013 (USA)  »

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The absence of lead character John Eriksson for several episodes is notably due to the fact that Dolph Lundgren had to leave the production for several weeks to film 'The Expendables 3' (2014)_ and travel back and forth between South Africa and Bulgaria. Lundgren's distancing from the project seems to have made the producers rewrite 'J.R. Martinez''s character the lead instead. See more »

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Referenced in 'Rescue 3' Promo Reel (2013) See more »

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Production values in many areas need lots of polish
23 September 2013 | by (Atlanta, Georgia) – See all my reviews

On my first draft of the review I felt like I was ripping the whole episode to shreds on soundtrack, camera-work, overacting and poor acting and even continuity and makeup issues. I know professionals put huge amounts of effort to get a show on air and viewer support and reviews are their lifeblood.

I often prefer television dramas and I hope that most of these issues smooth out so we can accept the world they are attempting to bring the viewer into. A premier episode should try to be a best foot forward and this feels more like an unaired pilot episode for those that have seen them and know what I'm referring to - These Pilots are often unpolished and are often trying different aspects of production to see what does and does not work. Up to this point I believed most went through trial viewings with audience reaction reviews which I have participated in a fair number of times over the years. The goal being to get the responses needed to take the show from a concept to a more polished work. To make the best possible product or in many cases, whether to go forward with production at all. I have previewed many that seemed stronger than this yet never were produced.


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