The personal lives of athletes, focusing on their hobbies, pop-culture interests and relationships.
Premiered: January 13, 2001
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Crews (Damian Lewis) and Seever (Gabrielle Union) investigate the death of a California State Representative who is shot and killed in her home. The detectives discover the representative was the force behind a political initiative that would put a comprehensive ban on handguns and cost a gun manufacturing company millions in profit. Crews and Seever work to prove that the representative's political ambitions may have gotten her killed.
Damian Lewis (Band of Brothers) stars as Detective Charlie Crews, a cop wrongly imprisoned for murder. With the steadfast support and help of his attorney, Constance Griffiths (Brooke Langton), he was finally exonerated after 12 brutal years behind bars. Now Charlie is back on the force, a changed man as well as a rich one, the result of a $50 million settlement. A friend from the prison days, Ted Early (Adam Arkin), manages the money.
Charlie Crews (Damian Lewis) and Dani Reese (Sarah Shahi) arrive on the scene shortly after a wife has shot and killed her husband. A search of their apartment reveals an ample amount of illegal narcotics but no murder weapon. Amidst the search, Crews asks Reese to cover for him saying he has something he needs to deal with. Before Reese can answer, Crews' former partner, Bobby Stark (Brent Sexton), chimes in to say of course they will cover for him.
Charlie Crews (Damian Lewis) and Dani Reese (Sarah Shahi) track the killer of a Zen Master who was buried alive ten years prior. After interviewing the Zen Master's former students, Crews and Reese find out this Zen Master's life was anything but tranquil. Could one of his former students be responsible for his death? Meanwhile, Crews uncovers incriminating evidence that Dani's father, Jack Reese (Victor Rivers), may have been involved in the murders Crews was imprisoned for. Adam Arkin also stars.
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- Premiered: January 13, 2001
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- Premise: The personal lives of athletes, focusing on their hobbies, pop-culture interests and relationships. (more)