Grace, a morally and emotionally-conflicted undercover detective, is tormented by the possibility that her own actions contributed to her son's mysterious death. In her quest for the truth,... See full summary »

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 Ethan Kelly (40 episodes, 2014-2017)
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 Grace Travis (24 episodes, 2013-2015)
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 Patrick Finnegan (24 episodes, 2015-2017)
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 Evie Travis (24 episodes, 2013-2016)
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 Marty Stein (22 episodes, 2015-2017)
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 Harper Deakins (20 episodes, 2015-2016)
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 Marlon Dinard (20 episodes, 2015-2016)
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 Nate Lowry (20 episodes, 2015-2017)
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 Mia (17 episodes, 2016-2017)
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Grace, a morally and emotionally-conflicted undercover detective, is tormented by the possibility that her own actions contributed to her son's mysterious death. In her quest for the truth, Grace finds herself striking out on her own and falling deeper into the city's most powerful and dangerous crime family. As Grace struggles to become the wife and mother her family now needs, her life is further complicated by a forbidden relationship with crime boss Jimmy Laszlo. In order to stay alive, Grace needs to help Jimmy find the traitor in his midst, while knowing he may have played a part in her tragedy. Written by DirecTV Publicity

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Both Thandie Newton and Cole Hauser played a part in the Riddick Trilogy with Cole Hauser starring in Pitch Black and Thandie Newton starring in the sequel The Chronicles Of Riddick. See more »

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They did it well. Recommended
5 September 2014 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Just binge watched the first season, I was impressed, though not perfect this thinking action cop series excels where many bigger, bigger budget shows failed. First they trust that the audience is sharp enough to get the non-tropes storyline despite very sharp shot dialogue. It's sort of the anti-"Breaking Bad" in that way. While Breaking Bad had great stories and wonderful natural feeling dialog, Rogue has clippy stylized (not overtly though) dialogue,that would be suitable for graphic-novel based characters - but it doesn't feel graphic-novel-ish as dialogue goes on, it just feels sharp, and you can look at as many layers of meaning or implication as you do, or do not want. Whether you're a high school drop-out, or have university degrees up and down your sleeves, you can get a rise out of viewing the show.

The characters -some particularly good ones in the main and supporting cast, the strong characterizations (all the leads) are very good, and the few less strong ones (the Police Lieutenant is an uneven portrait)don't drag it down that much. Between great casting strong writing Big kudos to the Show-runner! (For the Brits, that's Yankee for "Executive Producer") - for those interested, in the movies "Executive Producer" is a relatively lame title demanded by everyone of the sister of the person who held coffee for someone who helped bring a bit of money, or was in the chain of people who helped secure a big star feels a self important need for an "Executive Producer" credit. Well, 3 out of 4 of them don't deserve it. In television (in North America anyhow)it is the opposite, the "Executive Producer" heads the writing room, is often the "creator" of the series and the title normally signals real creative and writer-ly responsibility.


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