A retired MMA fighter turned trainer juggles keeping his mixed martial arts gym running and keeping his family united.

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Byron Balasco
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Frank Grillo ...  Alvey Kulina 40 episodes, 2014-2017
Kiele Sanchez ...  Lisa Prince 40 episodes, 2014-2017
Matt Lauria ...  Ryan Wheeler 40 episodes, 2014-2017
Jonathan Tucker ...  Jay Kulina 40 episodes, 2014-2017
Nick Jonas ...  Nate Kulina 40 episodes, 2014-2017
Joanna Going ...  Christina Kulina 40 episodes, 2014-2017
Juliette Jackson ...  Shelby 29 episodes, 2014-2017
Paul Walter Hauser ...  Keith 27 episodes, 2014-2017
Joe Stevenson Joe Stevenson ...  Joe Daddy / ... 27 episodes, 2014-2017
Mac Brandt ...  Mac Sullivan 21 episodes, 2014-2017
Natalie Martinez ...  Alicia Mendez 20 episodes, 2015-2016
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Alvey and Lisa are struggling to keep their gym, Navy Street, afloat. Their best hope is Alvey's son Nate, an up and coming fighter. Jay, Alvey's other son, is on the outs with his father. When Lisa's ex and former MMA champ, Ryan, shows up, complications arise. Nate has secrets of his own which may hold him back. Written by Anonymous

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English

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2014 (USA) See more »

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Navy St. See more »

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Los Angeles, California, USA See more »

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Endemol USA See more »
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Frank Grillo and Natalie Martinez were both in the cast of End of Watch (2012). See more »

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Pivots right on the edge of being a reality show... that's a good thing
12 November 2014 | by A_Different_DrummerSee all my reviews

TV has changed so much in the last decade. Sons of Anarchy, for example, captured viewers by walking that fine line between fiction and reality, and pretty much set the bar for that style of script.

And then along comes Kingdom, and SOA suddenly starts to look a little forced, a little contrived.

That's how good this show is.

And a big shout-out to Kiele Sanchez who has a rare kind of charisma. Almost the female equivalent of being "the smartest guy in the room," she seems to be the character everyone else would ask advice from if something really bad happened.

And in this series bad things happen all the time.


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