This show definitely gets you thinking. It switches between scenes of a TV program and "real" life. For some people that back and forth may make it difficult to follow, but if you pay attention, it's very intriguing. My elderly mother would not be able to follow this show. And if you're jumping up to grab snacks, or tuck in the kids, or answering the phone, etc. you probably won't be able to follow either. You need to pay attention to the show to "get it." Personally, I love it. And I'm extremely sorry that the CW has canceled it. With some of the garbage they have on, I am truly surprised they canceled is great show.
Next month marks 80 years of Superman--and Action Comics 1000. This show seems to be mixture of all the different continuities (including the movie ones), and is actually pretty good. And they had the sense to rename Seyg-El (after co-creator J. Siegel) as Seg-El, (after an old complaint that Seyg-El sounded too much like Sieg Heil) and to cast an unknown Brit for the role--like Kit Harrington as Jon Snow. And Seg-El's wife has never been named in any continuity, leaving his love-life wide open. For scifi & fantasy lovers, SYFY is really delivering.
Collateral Season 1 Episode 4 (s01e04)
Set over the course of four days, this four-part drama explores the spiraling repercussions surrounding the fatal shooting of a pizza delivery man. Refusing to accept this is a random act of senseless violence, tough and single-minded Detective Inspector Kip Glaspie (Mulligan) is determined to discover if there is a darker truth. Politician David Mars (Simm) becomes instantly embroiled in the drama through his turbulent relationship with his troubled and unpredictable ex Karen (Piper). While Jane Oliver (Walker), a compassionate vicar, struggles to conceal her affair with the only witness to the crime. Hare’s electrifying writing acts as a moving spotlight, asking crucial questions about the state of modern Britain.
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Collateral Season 1 Episode 4