A police officer in a small town is called out to the local cemetery in the middle of the night. He makes a discovery that turns his world upside down: six people have risen from the dead ... See full summary »
Frank Griffin, an outlaw terrorizing the 1880s American West, hunts down Roy Goode, his partner turned enemy. Roy hides out at a ranch as Frank's chase leads him to La Belle, New Mexico - a town mysteriously made up almost entirely of women.
The murder of a female GP in a rural playground in front of numerous witnesses draws a group of detectives into an ever-darkening mystery that takes them across Europe, aided by mysterious notes sent by the "Ghost Detective".
Lola and Chelsea know nothing of each other, only that they wait for the bus everyday at the same time. This all changes when the two women intervene in a fatal carjacking and are subsequently thrust into a chase from authorities across Australia with a vehicle filled with cash. The strangers must rely on each other and their instincts while they are on the run.
It's best to suspend disbelief to get through this one. The writers bend and weave in order to get the ladies through the episodes, and I suspect they know most viewers won't mind. The main character is very good, and to me-a yank- an unknown. The secondary character is annoying from start to finish(season 1 anyway), but that's intentional. The dragged out plot of the car and the money and the drugs is lame. You lose a car with millions in a bag and the thief doesn't find the bag??? Why go after it? It's an albatross. The narrow escapes become so frequent it gets to be: "O.K. how do they do it this time?" Relax, cheer them on, all will be well in the end in spite of the bodies that keep piling up.
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