Guilt ridden Officer Nick Barron (Adrian Holmes) returns to work following a deadly shooting; Ben Chartier’s (Jared Keeso) transfer to Station 19 from Québec’s rural police force turns rocky after a split-second decision triggers an internal investigation.
A showdown between rival street gangs goes terribly wrong, leaving Ben’s life in danger. Squad 19 gathers at Marie’s for the Sergeant’s party and Isabelle discovers Nick may have feelings for someone else.
An amber alert ripples through 19. After realizing he’s been shutting Audrey out, Nick makes a strong commitment to her. Ben continues to date Amelie without telling Nick, adding another stress to their partnership.
Based on the award-winning Québec series of the same name, 19-2 is a richly-nuanced and character-driven drama surrounding the daily lives of two unwilling partners of the Montreal Police Department, Officers Nick Barron and Ben Chartier.
Officer Nick Barron (Adrian Holmes, Arrow, Smallville) patrols the streets of Montreal with Station 19’s newest squad member, Ben Chartier (Jared Keeso, Falling Skies, Elysium). Back on the job after a shooting incident, guilt-ridden Nick immediately clashes with overzealous Ben. As the wary new partners respond to some of the city’s most violent and bizarre crimes, they learn the high cost of life on the force—both on and off duty. Absorbing and authentic, with an outstanding ensemble cast, this award-winning drama follows first responders beyond the crime scenes and into their own messy lives.
Rookie Blue is a youthful, one-hour, character-driven workplace drama about five rookie cops plunged into the high stakes world of big city policing -- where even the smallest rookie mistake can have life-or-death consequences.
Detective Aidan Black, a seasoned officer, transfers to the Psych Crimes and Crisis Unit after struggling with post-traumatic stress disorder. He finds himself at odds with his assigned psychiatrist Dr. Daniella Ridley. Black and Ridley soon find themselves forced to work together as a newly formed Psych Crimes Unit along with Poppy, a young cop cynical beyond her years and Leo, a compassionate psychiatric nurse. Together they combine police investigative skills and psychiatric insight to resolve crises and solve crimes.
From Daniel Cerone, the executive producer of Dexter and The Mentalist, comes Motive, a thrilling crime drama with a unique twist focusing not on who did the crime, but why the crime was committed in the first place. When murder is committed, Angie Flynn, a loving, single mother and a damned good homicide detective, along with her partner, Detective Oscar Vega, are on the case, looking for clues that will lead them to the killer. But "Motive" turns the tried-and-true crime drama formula on its head by identifying the Killer and Victim at the beginning of each episode.
Indy cars, bullet trains, supersonic aircraft…The Flash leaves them all in the dust. Able to run at near light-speeds, his powers provide the ultimate caffeine kick: He can run up buildings, move so swiftly he phases through objects, create sonic booms with the snap of his fingers - and never need to order delivery. Watch him and the rest of the Justice League continue their on-going battle against enemies on the Earth and beyond.
From the imaginative mind of Bryan Fuller (Heroes, Pushing Daisies), and the artful direction of David Slade (Twilight: Eclipse, 30 Days of Night), comes a one-hour drama series exploring the early relationship of Thomas Harris' famous characters—psychiatrist Hannibal Lecter and his patient, gifted FBI criminal profiler Will Graham. This stylized thriller tells an origin story of masterful manipulation.
An adaptation of the award-winning film, Fargo features a new "true crime" story and new characters, all entrenched in the humor, murder and "Minnesota nice" that made the film a classic. Billy Bob Thornton stars as "Lorne Malvo," Martin Freeman stars as "Lester Nygaard," Colin Hanks stars as "Gus Grimly" and Allison Tolman stars as "Molly Solverson."