When an investigative journalist goes missing from a cruise ship, the Angels take the case, which is tied to more details about Kate's past. This time, the Angels have to infiltrate what they think ...
When the Angels' pursuit of a ruthless kidnapper leads them to identify his next victims as the wife and son of a mob money launderer who committed suicide, Abby (Rachael Taylor) must face her past ...
Silly fluff about superwomen who defeat crime without effort
This show owes more to the James Bond series and The Bionic Woman than the TV series which bears its name. It's about three superwomen who easily solve complex cases that law enforcement and intelligence agencies are unable to crack. They seem to have superhuman powers. In one scene, a secure door to a five star hotel is easily kicked in by one of the private detectives. They speak multiple languages. They have no trouble hacking into the most secure computers. At times, evidence falls into their laps so conveniently, they don't need to do any detective work. They easily overpower trained thugs and bodyguards who are twice their size, and they do it without messing up their designer clothes and make-up. I realize this isn't supposed to be literal reality, but it could at least be believable. Problem is, this is so unreal, it could be a Saturday morning cartoon. I'm not saying there aren't any tough women. With the proper fitness and combat training, a woman can kick some serious ass. But the stuff shown could only be done by soldiers with special forces training. It never even begins to be credible.
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