Wanted (2005– )

TV Series   |  Crime, Drama, Thriller


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An elite team of crime fighters from various federal and local law enforcement agencies track down the city's 100 most wanted fugitives.

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7.7/10
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Creators:

Louis St. Clair, Jorge Zamacona

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1 August 2005 | yossarian100
8
| Another excellent cop show!
Another knock off produces yet another excellent cop show. I don't mind and you shouldn't either. As long as the shows are this good, they can fill the dials with cop shows for all I care. I'll worry about variety later. With "Wanted" we get Gary Cole, who did an excellent job on West Wing, to anchor yet another interesting group of crime fighters joined at the last minute by yet another strong female character. No complaints from me. The pilot reminded me of "The Shield," especially some of the photography and somewhat gritty nature of the story. If you like "The Shield, The Closer, Cold Case, Without a Trace," and "The Inside," you'll enjoy "Wanted." I give it 8 stars for getting the job done. Hey, it's all about entertainment, drama, and it's not another reality TV show. I'm in.

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