Norman is determined to kill Michael Gary largely to avenge Sonya's murder. He figures it should be an easy enough task as Gary is a highly routinized man, most days playing golf alone first thing in...
Norman and Wolfgang believe they may have finally gotten some pertinent information from who seems to be a semi-lucid Sonya. As such, they step up their surveillance on Michael Gary. In their pursuit...
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.
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 »
I like it so far! Very well written and acted.
It starts with a lot of mystery surrounding well, pretty much everything. But that's what's interesting. It's a spy thriller series after all. You slowly start to make your mind about every character and the pilot make a very good job of getting the viewer attach to the characters right away. You don't know much about them but the more it develop the deeper they get. In the end, I really wanted to know what will happen in the next episode and I think that's what's a good pilot is about. It's in the same genre as tinker tailor soldier spy in a modern setting and I would say, with more action and less dull moments. Looking forward to the next episode.
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