Sarah and Sam seem like the perfect couple, but when Sarah gets her big stage break as an actress, Sam questions whether he's good enough for her. But then everything they thought they knew about their lives is a part of a deadly game.
After a plane explodes over Washington D.C. panic begins to envelop the British embassy, and its ambassador to the U.S. Mark Brydon finds himself caught up in a potentially damaging diplomatic incident.
Wisecracking New York City cop Detective Eddie Arlette (Mark Valley), who has no respect for authority, finds himself a fish out of water when he ends up being assigned to a Police precinct in the U.K.
A truly excellent series, splendid characters and actors particularly Michael Cristofer as the wonderfully eccentric Truxton Spangler and Arliss Howard as Kale Ingram. It was television drama at its best, the sort that needs one to concentrate on the dialogue. For me they got the pace spot on.
Whilst initially I was disappointed that there was no second series, in retrospect it was right to bring the story to a close as it did. A second series would have undoubtedly lost its impetus and at least one vital character Certainly the best English language series of its kind so far this year.
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