The Glades 4 Seasons 2011

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A man's body is found at a popular beachside bar with a large diamond ring in his pocket. Longworth sifts through the sands of the various characters at the bar, revealing a complicated love triangle that may have ended in murder.

Starring:
Matt Passmore, Kiele Sanchez
Runtime:
43 minutes
Original air date:
August 21, 2011

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I'm going to continue watch all of the seasons!
Capricorn54
So glad we decided to watch this show, the characters are great, and the story lines are very entertaining!!
LEISHA BLACK
I recommend it to everyone that likes a good mystery mixed with a little romance mixed with comedy!
Becky G.

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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By timberlane on November 10, 2011
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So neat to have a cop show with a twist. The Glades is such a great show. I saw one episode on TV one night when i was on a trip. Came straight home and logged on to AMAZON to hunt for the show. Downloaded both seasons and it has become the new favorite at my house. My wife and teenage son and I have watched one episode every night and now we are waiting for Season 3 !! Love this show and love Amazon. Awesome.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Harold Wolf TOP 50 REVIEWER on June 27, 2011
There's no doubt `The Glades' compares to `Midsomer Murders.' Skilled copper, multiple crimes, additional plots, romantic moments, and comedy also in the mix. The Glades takes place in Palm Glades, a fictitious small town Florida (somewhere near the Everglades), while Midsomer is rural English villages. Glades storylines take into account Florida history, out-of-the-way settings, habitats, politics, animal life, ethnic diversity, and of courts FL-style murder. Also expect many bathing beauties--it's Florida. Like Midsomer, Glade makes use of MANY guest stars, too numerous to mention. Includes contemporary music worked into the story. Murder solving is by the episode but other relationship plots are ongoing from the beginning pilot in Season 1 through this set of stories.

Returning: Jim Longworth (Matt Passmore, an Aussie using American accent recognized only by bonus material in Series 1 DVD) is a top crime solver, but knows it and up-talks everyone from his boss to his partner. Capable of his own quick funny jabs, forensic med. examiner Carlos (Carlos Gomez-a real Cuban/American playing one in a super performance) is an extra smart Dr. while FDLE boss Colleen (Michelle Hurd-who began in the pilot as a barmaid, is stunning as well as in charge). Tough and hot, as quick-witted as Longworth, Callie (Kiele Sanchez) is a nurse with a kid Jeff (Uriah Shelton) and jailbird husband Ray (Clyne Crawford) but he's about to be released for narking aid, and Callie will soon gain new employment. The new employment only adds to the romantic conflict for her and Longworth, sometimes generating spontaneous frivolity. The great regulars must include Daniel (Jordan Wall-FL local actor making it big in this series) intern who's funny, quick, smart, and a good bit of a computer nerd.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Becky G. on April 24, 2012
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This is a great show. One of my favorites!! It's funny and unique. And he is one sexy man!!! All in all a great show. I recommend it to everyone that likes a good mystery mixed with a little romance mixed with comedy!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Harold Wolf TOP 50 REVIEWER on June 27, 2011
There's no doubt `The Glades' compares to `Midsomer Murders.' Skilled copper, multiple crimes, additional plots, romantic moments, and comedy also in the mix. The Glades takes place in Palm Glades, a fictitious small town Florida (somewhere near the Everglades), while Midsomer is rural English villages. Glades storylines take into account Florida history, out-of-the-way settings, habitats, politics, animal life, ethnic diversity, and of courts FL-style murder. Also expect many bathing beauties--it's Florida. Like Midsomer, Glade makes use of MANY guest stars, too numerous to mention. Includes contemporary music worked into the story. Murder solving is by the episode but other relationship plots are ongoing from the beginning pilot in Season 1 through this set of stories.

Returning: Jim Longworth (Matt Passmore, an Aussie using American accent recognized only by bonus material in Series 1 DVD) is a top crime solver, but knows it and up-talks everyone from his boss to his partner. Capable of his own quick funny jabs, forensic med. examiner Carlos (Carlos Gomez-a real Cuban/American playing one in a super performance) is an extra smart Dr. while FDLE boss Colleen (Michelle Hurd-who began in the pilot as a barmaid, is stunning as well as in charge). Tough and hot, as quick-witted as Longworth, Callie (Kiele Sanchez) is a nurse with a kid Jeff (Uriah Shelton) and jailbird husband Ray (Clyne Crawford) but he's about to be released for narking aid, and Callie will soon gain new employment. The new employment only adds to the romantic conflict for her and Longworth, sometimes generating spontaneous frivolity. The great regulars must include Daniel (Jordan Wall-FL local actor making it big in this series) intern who's funny, quick, smart, and a good bit of a computer nerd.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A. Fife on May 24, 2012
This is a great,well-written series. It is mostly character driven. The stories are based more on actual "detecting" and interviewing, etc. rather than on forensics. The characters are fun and interesting. They are also fairly complex and realistic and the chemistry between them is great. I've watched both seasons and am looking forward to the third.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By David S, on June 11, 2011
After waiting an annoying number of months, we finally get to find out where things stand between Longworth & Callie: Callie's considering filing for divorce with Ray, her "recently released from prison" husband! While Callie has to re-evaluate the landscape regarding how her son will deal with things, Longworth has to solve a murder case involving the niece of a Cuban mob boss, who inherited his title after the 10-year old murder of her father, to prevent a mob war with his rival.

I love how Longworth goes out of his way to annoy all of the suspects by asking impertinent questions while helping himself to their fruit bowls and snack trays, but when Daniel, the younger of his two "Doctor Watsons," (Coroner Carlos Sanchez is the older one) offers him some Reece's Pieces he says "No, thank you." It's one of those rare occasions where the audience is in on the joke while the supporting characters aren't. That's one of the things I love about this show!

Overall, a well-written mystery with a bittersweet ending that proved that Longworth and Carlos had basically figured it out but needed to confirm their theories with facts and the wrap-up added a new wrinkle in Longworth's personal life.

Hurry up Sunday!
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