I really enjoyed this show, mostly because it marked the return to TV of David James Elliott. I followed him for ten years on "JAG", and missed him when it wasn't renewed by CBS. I'm glad they realized that he could bring a new fan-base to "Close to Home". Looking forward to seeing the rest of the season.
The ensemble feel of the show works very well - and I can't wait to find out more about all of them. Why did Jon Seda's character Ray have a problem running after the perp - and what whistle did 'Williams' blow to become a police department pariah? How will Annabeth deal with the loss of her husband and being a single mom? What changes will Jimmy Conlon bring to the office - and how will Maureen react in the long term to the man who took the job that she thought should have been hers?
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