Tech-savvy Shane joins traditional mail enthusiast Oliver and his small team in the Dead Letters Office, a group of postal detectives whose determination to deliver the seemingly undeliverable takes them out of the post office into an unpredictable world where letters and packages from the past save lives, solve crimes, reunite old loves and change futures by arriving late but always miraculously on time. This motley crew investigates a lost love letter from a sick woman, growing deeply invested in her love story in so doing. When the search leads the team to a falsely imprisoned man, they realize that both love and a man's life are at stake. Taking their investigation outside the boundaries of the postal system, the Dead Letters Office works to clear the name of the wrongfully accused man and reunite him with the love of his life.Written by
I have been watching this show and I must say, it is very good. In the beginning, it was confusing and kind of slow. Now the Signed, Sealed, Delivered has found its stride. Eric Mabius is reserved and dry; however, he is coming to life more and more. Every show is different and a real adventure. When it seems like there is no way to find out where a letter, package, etc. goes, the team gathers intel and makes the delivery happen. It does not stop there, the workers at the U.S.P.S. Dead Letter office goes further than just making the delivery, they help people find closure. Too bad my local post office does not function properly; I ordered some postage stamps through the mail and the post office lost the stamp order. Oliver (Eric Mabius)is the leader and restraint of the Dead Letter Office. Shane (Kristin Booth) is the heart and life of the show. Rita (Crystal Lowe) is a real babe, that is a living knowledge machine / computer. Norman (Geoff Gustafson) has his eyes on Rita; he is starting to fade away. This show is great and I will continue to watch it.
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