THE BRIDGE is a drama about a tough and dedicated police officer who is voted to become the police union's dynamic leader. To serve the public as well as his 8,000 fellow officers, charismatic Frank Leo (Aaron Douglas) battles criminals on the street, corruption in the ranks and his own bosses. In his new position, Leo takes on the politically motivated department brass...and makes many powerful enemies in the process.
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For eleven years, Frank Leo's been a great street cop. From busting bad guys to having a few beers and laughs with his fellow officers, Frank absolutely loves being on the job. But all that begins to change when Frank's mentor on the force tragically commits suicide and is refused a police funeral. Realizing that the police union is powerless and won't fight the brass to honor a good man, he decides to take on the command structure of the entire police force.
When science threatens humanity, who can save us? Patrick Stewart stars as Professor Ian Hood, Special Advisor to the British government's Joint Sciences Committee. He investigates black-market human cloning, the outbreak of a deadly virus, global warming, and a lethal "cure" for cancer. Ashley Jensen is his Special Branch bodyguard Rachel Young.
Marco reconnects with a friend from his past and races to save his family. Charlotte responds to her biggest threat. Linder reveals his true feelings.
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When it comes to Marco s family, protocol isn t an option. See how he handles the killer s demands in the week 10 crime scene. The Bridge, all new episodes Wednesdays at 10p only on FX.
Revenge is a game played without rules. See what Marco faces in the Week 9 Crime Scene. The Bridge, all new episodes Wednesdays at 10p only on FX.
The killer is out of hiding will it cause Marco to do the same? Find out in the Week 8 Crime Scene. The Bridge, all new episodes Wednesdays at 10p only on FX.
While investigating a sex-related murder case, Bo meets Saskia, a sensuous Succubus who has much to teach her, and the two become fast friends.
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When a beat cop fails to follow his partner after some hoodlums, his partner is ambushed and beaten.
Answering a call for "officer down," Frank discovers the victim is not a cop but a prostitute dressed as a cop. Investigating further Frank uncovers an escort ring run by a ruthless vice cop. With the help of Russian detective Alex, Frank works outside the system to shut down the corrupt vice cop, while Tommy takes a personal interest in one of the Russian prostitutes. But when everything else fails, Frank realizes there's only one way to bring down the corrupt vice cop - use someone else's deadly agenda against him.
A cop is badly wounded during a robbery at a restaurant and is held hostage along with the other customers. Frank is determined to get the cop out alive. But when the Chief orders the undermanned SWAT team to stand down, Frank has to convince the Sergeant in charge to go against the Chief's orders. Frank quickly takes over as negotiator but the thieves refuse to make any demands for money further jeopardizing the wounded cop's chance of survival. With time running out, Frank finds himself willing to do anything, even giving the thieves drugs in order to save the wounded cop's life.
Frank is forced to hit the streets and play by the bad guy's rules after a retired narcotics cop is found murdered.
When Frank's partner is rammed by a murder suspect's pickup truck and loses his leg, the officers on the scene are blamed for an act of "Contagious Fire" as the suspect is riddled with bullets. Unable to see injustice played out at the expense of good officers, Frank realizes that in order to change things, he must take over the reins as Union President. Soon he finds himself thrust into a treacherous world of politics, intrigue and violence and he's forced to make a critical decision, one that could bring him down just as he's about to take over the police union.
When beat cop Frank Leo becomes fed up with the corrupt police brass, he leads a walkout strike and makes himself a target as a renegade union rep.
As Frank Leo is propelled to become President of the Police Union, he discovers that the brass will do anything to stop him, even go after his family.
As a wounded Billy barely hangs on to life, Frank and his team find themselves mysteriously under siege by a team of faceless attackers. Frank quickly sets up a war room at Rabbi's bar to keep his friends safe, and devise a plan to strike back.
When an officer is killed in a roadside ambush, his emotionally shattered partner is accused of incompetence after giving a statement while he is still in shock. Frank must protect the officer, even if it means changing the rules of how officers are questioned after a shooting. Meanwhile the officer, grief stricken over his partner's murder, goes off the rails seeking vigilante justice. Frank sets out to stop him only to find himself faced with the bitter choice of exacting justice now or justice never.
When two kidnappings happen on the same morning, all available resources are sent to the aid of only one; a wealthy and powerful surgeon. The other, a child from the projects is left with just two beleaguered cops to search for him. Unable to get justice served at the political level, Frank assembles a team of his off-duty cops to help find the child. As both situations count down to potential disaster, it's up to Frank and his team to pull out two wins in two very different arenas.