Major Larry Duren, a longtime friend of William's father whose job is to notify the families of military casualties, recently delivered word to an alcoholic father of his son's passing. Now he wants ...
When an undercover NARC and a Mexican mafia princess come to William for help, the girl's notorious father threatens to harm William's family if he doesn't stay away from her. Everything changes when...
For the first time in a long time, I am really proud of CBS
William Banks is an ex-addict who turned his life around by making a covenant with God to help addicts if he can live a life free of addiction. William and his crew engage in interventions with primarily drug and alcohol addicts. I found the show to be absolutely riveting. It is refreshing to see CBS doing a show that showcases a man talking to God throughout each episode. William Banks offers a black and white crystal clear point of reference on the rights and wrongs of substance abuse. The pilot episode was a little hard to get through, but, after that I couldn't stop watching until I had seen every episode. The Cleaner is a truly unique drama. In the present stench of a drug legalizing culture, The Cleaner is a well deserved breath of clean fresh air.
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