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Detroit 1-8-7 1 Season 2010

Season 1
(90) IMDb 8.4/10

8. Deja Vu; All In TV-14 CC

A missing teen seems to have been murdered; a poker player is killed.

Starring:
Michael Imperioli, James McDaniel
Runtime:
44 minutes
Original air date:
November 16, 2010

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35 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Lady Raven RAVE! VINE VOICE on February 15, 2011
Format: Blu-ray
This is another good cop show. I love that they are not focus on one set of cops but the division. It has a feel of The shield and Law and Order without the Order, it tackles 2 story lines/murder mystery a episode instead of one throughout the episode. The season has been going good for a while and hope it comes back for a second season. Also have to say Michael Imperioli is holding his own and is doing some good acting in this show, he did a couple of episodes of law and order a few years back so I'm not surprise, good job to him and the cast.
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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By aussietvhobbyist on April 13, 2011
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I like my television drama (especially when it is well produced; written; and cast.) ABCs "Detroit 1-8-7" is new to our primetime schedule here in Australia - currently being aired on Seven/Prime, and the pilot episode was enough to get me hooked. With David Zabel, of "ER" fame involved in its production, I am not surprised by its exceptional creative visual and sound quality. The show's documentary style of filmmaking and soundtrack captures the perfect tone of Detroit - similar to how "Law & Order" and "NYPD Blue" captured the tone of New York City; "Homicide: Life On The Street" captured the tone of Baltimore; and "SouthLAnd" captured the tone of south-central Los Angeles, "Detroit 1-8-7" is another new show in the line, including CBSs "Blue Bloods" and NBCs "Harry's Law" giving me such great viewing pleasure. Indeed, it appears we may be heading into a revival of what Robert J. Thompson has defined as the Second Golden Age of Television Drama. I'll applaud and throw bouquets if it gets a DVD release!!!!
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By AcousticEdge on May 20, 2011
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It's too bad that ABC placed the show in a tough time slot, gave it minimal promotion and kept preempting it on the schedule. Then they end up showing the "season finale" which ended up being the end of the series on a Sunday night.

This was a pretty good show in the beginning and by the time it ended it was great. Great writing, great acting, great look, great use of music.

It's over now. I will miss it and I doubt that ABC will come up with anything better. If this ever becomes available on DVD buy it, I will. If it ever shows up on a cable channel support it and watch it. You will not be sorry. It deserves another shot although I doubt it will get one.
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Joanne Powell on June 1, 2011
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Detroit 1-8-7 was my favorite TN show. I'm sorry that it will not be returning. The stories were more interesting than usual. But I especially enjoyed the development of the characters. I will miss them.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Bekindtoall on June 8, 2011
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"Detroit 1-8-7" was the best crime drama to come along in a good while on TV. Set and filmed on location in Detroit, the show follows the working and personal lives of a squad of homicide detectives. The characters are interesting and realistic, not the typical gun-brandishing overblown egos we see on many other cop shows. Michael Imperioli shines in the lead role as Detective Louis Fitch, a wily and "fascinatingly odd man" who is well-respected by his peers and who has the highest case closure rate in his division. The show carries itself on engaging story lines that focus on more than just solving homicide cases, without resorting to unrealistic stunts, car chases, flashy hot rods, bikini-clad women or high-tech gadgets. The show is really more about the characters, their lives as law enforcement officers, and the difficult choices their job often forces them to make. As Season One unfolds, their personal stories become quite compelling. If you want to see a cop show that finally comes close to showing us what a real-life detective's life might be like, this is the one to watch. Too bad ABC executives didn't have the good judgment to keep it around longer. We only got 18 episodes for Season One. If another channel picks up "Detroit 1-8-7" with its excellent cast, I will surely continue to support this well-written, well-acted show.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By maidindetroit on August 31, 2011
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In Detroit we have been accustomed to being a national joke, a version of "kick the can" where the city is viewed as a pathetic spot on the Detroit River mired in despair, scandal, and a freakishly-high homicide rate. We were worried that this show on ABC would kick us again. But instead, based on the strength of 18 episodes now pulled together on the DVD, it is evident that the writers, producers, directors, actors, and crew were less interested in knocking Detroit and more interested in beautifully illustrating the complex, multi-layered American urban landscape that many of us actually love. The stories were personal and true (the episode on the 1967 Detroit riots a case in point) and fictionalized to keep us watching a human drama from the first opening moments to the closing seconds (usually heightened by a choice of local music that became one of the best TV series soundtracks in recent years). The cast of actors was remarkable in that it was a true-to-form mix of ethnicities and genders. Though the talent level was uneven, the lead actors -- Michael Imperioli and James McDaniel -- were thoroughbreds in that stable. The thing is, ABC botched the way this show should have been promoted. They jerked it around from week to week, cut their losses early, and left the fans hanging. Okay. It's a business. But here's where it left us, the fans: Wanting more. The writing & acting were so good, particularly with these 2 characters, that viewers still ask, "What's next for Fitch and Longford? Is Fitch really interested in Arianna? Will Longford's experience end up being a problem for him as technology and the younger detectives try to leave him in the dust? Will these 2 ever connect as lead horses or will they find themselves fighting over something we can only imagine?Read more ›
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