Lies, corruption, murder - welcome to the world of The Romeo Section where spies are recruited to seduce for secrets.

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Series cast summary:
...  Wolfgang McGee 20 episodes, 2015-2016
...  Rufus Decker 20 episodes, 2015-2016
...  Al Crenshaw 20 episodes, 2015-2016
Marcus Sim ...  Tony Zhao 16 episodes, 2015-2016
Johnny Mah ...  Red 14 episodes, 2015-2016
...  Mei Mei / ... 13 episodes, 2015-2016
...  Lily Song 10 episodes, 2015
...  Dee 10 episodes, 2015
...  Norman Rothman 10 episodes, 2016
...  Eva Walker 10 episodes, 2015
...  Miguel Padilla 10 episodes, 2015
...  Fergie 10 episodes, 2015-2016
...  Wing Lei 10 episodes, 2015
...  Lana 10 episodes, 2016
...  Edmund Sproule 10 episodes, 2015-2016
...  Kelly Hadler 10 episodes, 2015-2016
...  General Wu 10 episodes, 2015
...  Lily Song 9 episodes, 2016
...  Harry 9 episodes, 2016
...  Vince Taggart 9 episodes, 2015
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Follows spymaster Professor Wolfgang McGee, an academic who secretly manages a roster of espionage assets. These assets, referred to as Romeo or Juliet spies, are informants engaged in intimate long or short term relations with state intelligence targets. Wolfgang is a semi-retired Romeo operator, having worked his way up from youth in an unnamed and officially deniable "service" under the umbrella of Canada's Intelligence Community.

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The secrets we keep. The lies we tell.

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Actor/director Ian Tracey has been a regular in four television series from acclaimed showrunner Chris Haddock. He plays undercover cop Fergie on The Romeo Section, was Jimmy Reardon on Intelligence, and portrayed detective-turned-coroner Mick Leary on Da Vinci's Inquest and Da Vinci's City Hall. See more »

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So nice to have to think...
9 January 2016 | by See all my reviews

Stumbled across The Romeo Section by accident and am so glad I did.

Unlike so much pap on TV these days you have to think when you watch this show. The method of showing scattered vignettes of the various characters and the development of the protagonist had me from the beginning. I like not knowing what is going to happen. This process is not developed in some deceptive way, which is often the case in other shows where red herrings are thrown in because the writers don't know how to create tension, but by the gradual revelation of the characters various dynamics and their very human foibles and interactions. I particularly enjoyed the last three episodes as everything starts coming together. I found myself being moved by the various characters, even if I didn't like them as people or what they stood for.


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