Sarah and Sam seem like the perfect couple, but when Sarah gets her big stage break as an actress, Sam questions whether he's good enough for her. But then everything they thought they knew about their lives is a part of a deadly game.
After a plane explodes over Washington D.C. panic begins to envelop the British embassy, and its ambassador to the U.S. Mark Brydon finds himself caught up in a potentially damaging diplomatic incident.
Wisecracking New York City cop Detective Eddie Arlette (Mark Valley), who has no respect for authority, finds himself a fish out of water when he ends up being assigned to a Police precinct in the U.K.
Classy, smart, and doesn't underestimate the audience, but if you want to browse on your iPad while watching this show, forget it, you'll miss what's going on. The causes for the events which occur in the pilot are revealed slowly, but inexorably, following parallel paths beaten two main characters: Katherine Rhumor (Miranda Richardson) and Will Travers (James Badge Dale). They're leading in the same direction but don't even know each other.
These episodes are written and directed by some of the top talent on the east and west coasts. It's not only well plotted, but the characters are fully fleshed real people, who sometimes do things that are completely surprising. It's never predictable but you can expect that the conspiracies will be revealed in due time.
Watch the first couple of episodes, and you'll be hooked.
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