Deception (2018)
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The Unseen Hand 

Cameron and Kay investigate a secret society where they learn that one of them has a close family connection.

Director:

Alexandra La Roche

Writers:

Chris Fedak (created by), Cesar Mazariegos
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jack Cutmore-Scott ... Cameron Black / Jonathan Black
Ilfenesh Hadera ... Kay Daniels
Lenora Crichlow ... Dina Clark
Justin Chon ... Jordan Kwon
Laila Robins ... FBI Agent Deakins
Amaury Nolasco ... FBI Agent Mike Alvarez
Vinnie Jones ... Gunter Gustafsen
Meghann Fahy ... Alicia Davis
Josh Dean ... Andy Faust
Jeremy Holm ... Barry Holt
Evan Parke ... Winslow
Frank Whaley ... Charles Quaid
Mario Van Peebles ... Bruce Conners
Lou Liberatore ... Ernie
Max Crumm ... Stevie
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Cameron and Kay investigate a secret society where they learn that one of them has a close family connection.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

13 May 2018 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Goofs

When Cameron is posing as a waiter a man puts an empty glass on his silver tray. When the camera angle changes the glass is half full with brown liquid. See more »

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Hands Up Head Down
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Performed by Sure Sure
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Key episode almost reboots the show
14 May 2018 | by lor_See all my reviews

The introduction of a fascinating secret society, and its link to our hero (and twin) makes this a crucial segment of the series. In a way it reminded me of how early on the classic "Lost" TV series (long before it lost its way) provided tantalizing details that made its underlying mysteries more exciting.

The other important aspect of this particular story is the strong emphasis it gives to the cop character of Ilfenesh Hadera, who finally achieves virtually equal status with our hero in moving along the action and dominating the screen. Too many fine crime shows with the same underlying formula (strong lady lead with quirky, flamboyant male partner/helper) fail to ensure that the protagonists get equal time and end up with an imbalance, as is especially evident currently with both Alan Cumming in "Instinct" and Tom Ellis in "Lucifer" so dominant on screen by force of personality that their lady co-stars often disappear into the woodwork.


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