After rejecting Sheila's offer to retire from the FDNY and live out the rest of their days together in a beach house she purchased with her 9/11 widow money, Sheila drugged Tommy and threw a fit that resulted in the beach house burning to the ground.
Set at a New York firehouse in the post-Sept. 11 era, RESCUE ME centers on recently divorced fireman, Tommy Gavin (Leary), who is coping with the fear of his job and the unease he feels watching his ex-wife as she starts to date other men. To keep better tabs on his ex and stay close to their 3 kids, Gavin moves across the street from them. RESCUE ME is a drama with comedic elements that will explore the lives of firefighters through their relationships with each other, their families and their bookies.
Go behind the scenes of Rescue Me season 6 to find out what's in store for Tommy Gavin and the guys from Ladder 62.
The Great War is over and a long-awaited engagement is on, but all is not tranquil at Downton Abbey as wrenching social changes, romantic intrigues, and personal crises grip the majestic English country estate. Starring Dame Maggie Smith, Elizabeth McGovern, and Hugh Bonneville with guest star Shirley MacLaine.
Is it time for FX to finally rein in Denis Leary? How many dream sequences do we need to see?
Brodie takes on two new cases. In one, a teenage boy asks him to discover what really happened to his mother, who was murdered on Christmas Eve when he was three, and in the other, a family hires him to locate their missing 19-year-old daughter. What he discovers in both is painful for all concerned but at least provides two young people with a chance of moving forward.
When a wealthy old man calls for the detective's help, Poirot opts for a working holiday at the man's well-heated country estate.
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Tommy comes to terms with his hellish nightmare and attempts to do right by those around him. But when the gang gathers at the bar post save, his plans fall by the wayside.
Rescue Me, the acclaimed drama starring Denis Leary that revolves around the lives of the men in a NYC firehouse, premieres 10 new, original minisodes. Bridging the gap until the fifth season premiere in 2009, the minisodes center around the fraternal banter and high jinks in the fire house.
DI Lewis and DS Hathaway investigate the murder of Dean Greely. As the investigation continues, they discover that Greely and three other men had formed a club during their Oxford student days, the Sons of the Twice Born. Today, the men have little contact with one another and initially deny that their club existed. When a second member of the foursome is murdered, it becomes apparent the they have a secret, one from 30 years ago and that someone is out for revenge.
The spotting of Jimmy's "ghost" is the talk of the firehouse. Colleen (Natalie Distler) blames Tommy (Denis Leary) for her failed relationship, while Tommy figures out a way to fix his own. Franco (Daniel Sunjata) and Natalie (Sherri Saum) come to an understanding, while Lou (John Scurti), Mike (Artie Lange), and Latrina come to an understanding of their own. Tommy and his father (Charles Durning) take in a ballgame. Written by Peter Tolan & Denis Leary & Evan Reilly. Directed by Jace Alexander.
Laura files a formal complaint against Lou.
The firefighters of New York City's Truck Company 62 put their lives on the line to pull survivors from raging infernos and other disasters, while also coping with memories of rescuers killed in action.
Still unable to shake the unsettling visions that he's been having since he stopped drinking, Tommy's anger over having his truck towed causes him to attack the beat cop he holds responsible. Though he gets the best of the officer in their brief fight, Tommy comes away the worse for wear when he breaks his hand. Then, after letting everyone at his AA meeting know just what he thinks of them and their problems, he heads for a rendezvous with Sheila. But when he has trouble performing and Sheila insists that he take a drink to get over it, Tommy leaves instead.
The third season of Denis Leary and Peter Tolan's Emmy-nominated series examines the aftermath of devastating personal losses that the 62 Truck crew experienced at the end of the scorching second season.
Two seasons will deal with Tommy Gavin's (Denis Leary) recognition of how deeply he is in need of rescue and how time is running out on his last chances for redemption. Rescue Me stars Denis Leary, Adam Ferrara, Michael Lombardi, Steven Pasquale, Andrea Roth, John Scurti, Daniel Sunjata and Callie Thorne. The series was created by Leary and Peter Tolan, who along with Jim Serpico serve as executive producers. The show is produced by Apostle, The Cloudland Company and DreamWorks Television in association with Sony Pictures Television.
From PBS and Masterpiece: A juicy trailer gives some hints about what's in store for the residents of Downton Abbey in Season 4.
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