Lights Out is a TV series starring Holt McCallany, Stacy Keach, and Catherine McCormack. A former heavyweight boxing champion struggles to find his identity after retiring from the ring.

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...  Patrick 'Lights' Leary 14 episodes, 2011
...  Pops 13 episodes, 2011
...  Theresa Leary 13 episodes, 2011
...  Johnny Leary 13 episodes, 2011
...  Ava Leary 13 episodes, 2011
...  Daniella Leary / ... 12 episodes, 2011
...  Barry K. Word 12 episodes, 2011
...  Death Row Reynolds 11 episodes, 2011
...  Katie Leary / ... 10 episodes, 2011
...  Margaret Leary 9 episodes, 2011
...  Hal Brennan 8 episodes, 2011
...  Dylan 7 episodes, 2011
...  Gus 6 episodes, 2011
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A former heavyweight boxing champion struggles to find his identity after retiring from the ring.

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Everybody loves a comeback

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Crime | Drama | Sport

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TV-MA

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11 January 2011 (USA)  »

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El declive de Patrick Leary  »

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Surprisingly terrific new show!
28 January 2011 | by See all my reviews

I'd given up on TV series except for the very popular 3 shows that always win awards (Breaking Bad, In Treatment, Dexter). But I'd heard about this show and noticed the first episode was free, so I watched. I was entranced immediately. The first episode opens on the fighter looking like Frankenstein, almost unrecognizably human. And his character builds from there, a sweet soul who finds himself having to do some questionable things to stay afloat.

I like the way this story is told, in a non-linear but very understandable fashion, giving us chunks of unseen information after its happened, as a flashback. And the writers are slowly building the stakes here, painting our champ into a corner so that you know what he's going to have to do to provide for his family.

Great soundtrack, too.


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