Human Target (2010–2011)
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Chance needs a miracle to help protect a reformed thief from his vengeful former accomplices as they race to recover priceless religious artifacts hidden in a remote Canadian monastery.


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Jonathan E. Steinberg (developed for television by), Kalinda Vazquez | 6 more credits »




Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Mark Valley ... Christopher Chance
Chi McBride ... Winston
Jackie Earle Haley ... Guerrero
Sam Huntington ... John Gray
William Mapother ... Sam Fisher
Peter Bryant ... Abbot Stevens
Nickolas Baric ... Baker
Toby Berner ... Bespectacled Monk
Teach Grant ... Uniformed Cop
Adrian Hein Adrian Hein ... Thug #1 / Hammond
Merwin Mondesir ... Tom Karrel
Tom Tasse ... Praying Monk
Michael Ryan Michael Ryan ... Thin Man
Christian Sloan ... Noah
Sarah Smyth ... Emily


Chance needs a miracle to help protect a reformed thief from his vengeful former accomplices as they race to recover priceless religious artifacts hidden in a remote Canadian monastery. Written by FOX Publicity

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Release Date:

3 February 2010 (USA) See more »

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1.78 : 1
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Did You Know?


Talking with a pair of monks, John Gray shows the a comic book an describes a character sacrifices himself and comes back to life. He is describing the original "Crisis on Infinite Earths" storyline from DC Comics, and specifically the character of The Flash. See more »


When the Canadian officer stops the vehicles with the killers, he says that is a standard roadside check 50 miles from the boarder. A Canadian would have said kilometres, not miles. A few seconds later, the vehicle pulls away and passes by a sign stating the gondola is 1km ahead, so clearly they are in Canada. See more »


Christopher Chance: Defuse the detonator!
Winston: How?
Christopher Chance: You've done it before, like in Miami. Remember that thing? The cruise ship.
Winston: That wasn't me!
Christopher Chance: Are you sure?
Winston: What do you mean, am I sure? It wasn't me! I wasn't there. It was probably Guerrero.
Christopher Chance: What about that thing in Detroit?
Winston: Oh, yeah, that was close. Also Guerrero!
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30 January 2011 | by ravmelttSee all my reviews

I've watched most of season 1 and all of season 2, and I really love this show. I had missed Sanctuary and just watched it off the computer. It was a wonderful and exciting episode, and really also gave me an insight into the character of Guerrero. I can't give away any spoilers here, but just say the way the episode ended showed me the true loyalty of Guerrero to Chance, and gave me a new respect for him. It also gave me a new respect for the actor as a whole, as he comes across so real and so fit for this part. When I first started to watch this series I didn't like him at first and wondered what he was doing here. But I had skipped some episodes and got into the show more at the latter part of season 1 and fully into season 2, and I have no regrets. Sanctuary is a fantastic episode and I would recommend that who missed it, go and see it on whatever internet site you can or get the DVD. I hope this series sticks around, as it is always very exciting.

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