The team, at first baffled by the gang's tactics, begins to put the pieces together. Realizing the prison psychiatrist is in on the breakout, Hickman alerts the team. As the mystery unfolds, tragedy ...
The ScanGen used by the team, is based on a device called Virtopsy, which is used to do autopsies without cutting the body. See more »
In the opening credits of the show, Carl Hickman is shown holding a cell phone to his ear with his right hand which is supposed to be crippled and useless. This shot is flipped (as is common in credit sequences taken from episodes); watching the actual episode shows the shot the right way around, with the left hand being used. See more »
Another great show that NBC will probably cancel for some idiotic reality show. Because it is filmed in Prague and Paris (not Vancouver for a change), the scenery is beautiful and refreshing for us Americans. The acting is top-notch (Fitchner and Sutherland are great), with some interesting back stories already introduced after only two episodes. The story is fast-paced and has smart dialog. The whole concept of "Crossing Lines" opens so many doors...cases they can pursue throughout the numerous locales of Europe. The actors have good chemistry, which is a refreshing change from so much of the junk they try to pass as "TV" today. Some of the negative comments on here are pure drivel...from the same types who help keep Survivor and Big Brother on the air. If you like this show, please help keep it on the air by writing a positive review to counter the clueless morons who are always contributing to great shows getting canceled.
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