Miki and her younger brother Robby flee their destructive home and find themselves in the towering metropolis, Los Angeles. There, they meet Sharkey, a pimp. Miki becomes infatuated with ... See full summary »
Jeffrey Dean Morgan,
July 22, 1934 - outside Chicago's Biograph Theater, a barrage of FBI bullets brings down John Dillinger. As the body of Public Enemy Number one crumbles to the ground, one of the strangest,... See full summary »
F. Murray Abraham,
Film student, Alex and his roommate, art student, Lars, meet a young woman, named Blue, who's recently become a tenant in their building, with a niche profession; she's a hired assasin. ... See full summary »
I've seen this show twice now, although I did think there were more episodes produced. This is a great show that seems to be just getting into its stride when boom it finishes. We are left on a cliffhanger - which is quite annoying. At it's time it was a fun series that should've been given a chance.
The characters are interesting and fun to watch and the chemistry between the romances was good. The setting was very well realised and it was fun to have a house that was not built as part of the settings, it made for interesting viewing. There was a mystery that provided the overall arc of the series, if it had gone the distance. And it is quite annoying that there was no resolution to that story before the series ended.
I recently saw the pilot for WB's The Mountain and was instantly reminded of Extreme. Here's to repeats, long may it appear on our screens...
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