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The Crossing 

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Refugees from a war-torn country 180 years in the future start showing up in the present to seek asylum in an American town.
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Series cast summary:
Steve Zahn ...  Jude Ellis 11 episodes, 2018
Natalie Martinez ...  Reece 11 episodes, 2018
Tommy Bastow ...  Marshall 11 episodes, 2018
Rob Campbell ...  Paul 11 episodes, 2018
Rick Gomez ...  Nestor Rosario 11 episodes, 2018
Marcuis Harris ...  Caleb 11 episodes, 2018
Grant Harvey ...  Roy Aronson 11 episodes, 2018
Jay Karnes ...  Craig Lindauer 11 episodes, 2018
Simone Kessell ...  Rebecca 11 episodes, 2018
Kelley Missal ...  Hannah 11 episodes, 2018
Luc Roderique ...  Bryce Foster 11 episodes, 2018
Bailey Skodje ...  Leah 11 episodes, 2018
Georgina Haig ...  Dr. Sophie Forbin 9 episodes, 2018
Melinda McGraw ...  Dr. Greta Pryor 7 episodes, 2018
Luke Camilleri ...  Thomas 6 episodes, 2018
Christian Michael Cooper ...  Oliver Ellis 5 episodes, 2018
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Refugees from a war-torn country 180 years in the future start showing up in the present to seek asylum in an American town. Written by vhavnal; Edited by Peter Victor

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Reece says, "do exactly what I say". Reese says the same thing to Sarah Connor in The Terminator (1984). Reese & Reece were both time travelers from a war-torn future. See more »

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Better Than A Lot Of Current Shows!
9 May 2018 | by jimj40See all my reviews

I wasn't sure what I was going to make of this show, based on the mixed reviews here, but actually it's pretty good. I can't see how the complaints of it being a commentary on religion or pushing a "refugee agenda" can seriously be justified except to those who are actively looking for justification of such simplistic theories.

Sure, the story isn't entirely new but it contains enough twists on previous efforts to make it more than watchable and the characters are engaging and believable enough to hold the viewer's interest. For a nice change, one can immerse oneself in the action and plot without the constant groaning at the hammy acting and juvenile story-lines that so many current series invoke.

I read that no decision has yet been taken regarding a second season and it seems that this MIGHT be reflected in the current pace of the action: it's a little too fast, and revelations that are usually saved for later episodes - such as the existence of previous crossing(s) - come rather too early.

All in all, it's an interesting concept and the acting is better than many better-rated shows on now, so I certainly hope that it will be on our screens for as long as the writers manage to hold our attention and keep the story twists coming.


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19 March 2018 (USA) See more »

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