Former undercover cop John Bloom joins Martha Lawson's team,who specialize in identity theft. He meets Justin Curtis, a former war hero who has attempted suicide after being accused of running over ...
Michael is a young Irish banker, whose life begins to unravel after causing a stranger's death in an accident. Sifiso is a teenager living in a shack in a Cape Town township, dreaming of ... See full summary »
A journey into the minds and hearts of a group of idealists and careerists as they take their separate paths in life. They believe they are the best of friends, yet they are alone and in a state of exile.
Having discovered that the recently murdered woman had been to the police five times to report threats from members of her own family, DCI Goode vows that she would not rest until she gets justice for her.
After discovering his wife's infidelities, Gerry leaves London to look after his deceased brother's business and family in Singapore. Discovering a foreign world of opportunity that had not... See full summary »
Ironically Keeley Hawes (DSI Martha Lawson) herself was once scammed when her credit card was cloned and used on a spending spree in Spain. On another occasion a joint account with her husband was relieved of £7,000 and all of it spent at Tesco stores in the UK. See more »
Stumbled on this show and was curious from the start. Although it took a few episodes to give the main characters some depth I did like the fact that it doesn't play off the Police = good, and criminal=bad routine. The balance that all characters have good and bad in them appeals to me, without giving to much away lets just say some lines get murky and even crossed but its where it ends up that counts according to this series. It would have been nice to see what would of happened in the second season as there were many directions the show could have gone.
The acting is pretty good, just the right amount of office politics and antics to make it interesting but not enough to make it sickly soapy. One thing some of the American cop shows should learn.
Well worth a watch and with only six episodes it moves quickly and is entertaining.
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