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Murtaugh and Cole try to find their stride as they work to solve the murder of a finance executive; Cole navigates his role with his ex, Natalie, and his daughter, Maya; Avery grapples with the outcome of his campaign for city council.

Director:

Claudia Yarmy

Writers:

Matthew Miller (developed by) (as Matt Miller), Alex Taub | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Damon Wayans ... Roger Murtaugh
Seann William Scott ... Wesley Cole
Keesha Sharp ... Trish Murtaugh
Kevin Rahm ... Brooks Avery
Chandler Kinney ... Riana Murtaugh
Dante Brown ... Roger Murtaugh Jr.
Michelle Mitchenor ... Sonya Bailey
Jordana Brewster ... Maureen Cahill
Maggie Lawson ... Natalie Flynn
Nick Searcy ... Ray
Russell Wong ... Stan
Jonathan Sadowski ... Andrew
Burton Perez ... Luca Chavez
Christian Ochoa ... Darwin Perez
Shay Rudolph ... Maya
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Murtaugh and Cole try to find their stride as they work to solve the murder of a finance executive; Cole navigates his role with his ex, Natalie, and his daughter, Maya; Avery grapples with the outcome of his campaign for city council.

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TV-14
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

2 October 2018 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

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16:9 HD
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Trivia

When Wesley Cole (Sean Williams Scott) pretends to torture Luca Chavez (Burton Perez) with a popsicle, he says he saw that in a comic book. That comic book is The Punisher. In fact, a scene quite similar to that scene can be seen in the movie The Punisher (2004). See more »

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People are being to harsh
3 October 2018 | by sabelinskiSee all my reviews

This show is like a new show, give them time to find their rhythm. I'm loving the new character Cole. I believe it's giving the actor a chance to come out of his typecast roles he is usually given. Let people grow, let the show grow! People are so against change, change is not bad!


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