Deputy Bill Hollister, a career lawman who is very comfortable kicking down doors, but is utterly lost in a staff meeting, becomes acting sheriff of Los Angeles County when the sheriff drops dead. Bill suddenly finds himself in charge of 10,000 sworn deputies policing a modern Wild West.
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just watched the pilot, lots of action.
I enjoyed it! Some of the storyline was predictable of course, but overall I think it might be an entertaining series.
Not sure about the foster-family situation though...that could go bad real quick!
As much as I wanted to like this show, mostly 'cause I like Stephen Dorff, this second episode was bad!!
Nobody tried to stop the rent-a-cop from approaching the doors? The crew came in through the roof, but exited with no trouble through those locked front doors? I would assume that a jewelry store would have had some kind of barrier, not just a turn lock?
On the freeway chase and not a single car pulled over for sirens? But they all stopped in their lanes for money blowing in the wind? Argghhhh!
They need to up their game and bring some 'reality' or episode 3 will be the final one for me :(
I was thinking the same thing! the jewelry part did it for me I actually stopped watching after that
I'm done with this one! I like Stephen Dorff, but not this character.