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Tough & smart. Edgy & humorous. Rizzoli & Isles. Angie Harmon and Sasha Alexander star as combative, working-class Boston detective Jane Rizzoli and cool, cerebral medical examiner Dr. Maura Isles in an exciting police procedural with a compelling point of view, based on the bestselling novels by Tess Gerritsen. The two women have each other's backs as they investigate their city’s grittiest and most puzzling homicides, from the Back Bay to back alleys. The high-caliber supporting cast includes Lorraine Bracco (The Sopranos) as Jane’s overprotective mom. Some best friends shop together, some meet for Mojitos, some join book clubs. Rizzoli and Isles bust crime.
Talk about grrrl power! Rizzoli & Isles features the best two-woman crime-solving duo since Cagney & Lacey--supported by terrific writing and outside-the-box cases. Angie Harmon has never been better, as the tough Boston detective Jane Rizzoli. Her partner in crime (solving) is the equally impressive Sasha Alexander as Dr. Maura Isles, the by-the-books medical examiner who always has Rizzoli's back, but is often appalled at the cop's hard-charging tough-Boston-girl approach. Rizzoli & Isles is based on the series of popular mysteries by Tess Gerritsen, and adapted faithfully and engagingly for TV viewers. One thing that sets Rizzoli & Isles apart from the average police procedural is its crisp direction and subtle writing; even the most die-hard cop-show viewer will be engaged and surprised by the plots' twists and turns. And then there's the acting. Harmon has harnessed her dramatic chops and uses them perfectly as Rizzoli, and Alexander is both ideal sidekick and sometime foil as she tries to steer Rizzoli to follow the rules. The key in any double-starring series is chemistry, and Harmon and Alexander have it in spades--their sparring and intellectual one-upmanship are completely believable. The cases in season one are varied, though focus mostly on serial killers, with one particularly gripping case flashing back to the notorious Boston Strangler case. The first season of Rizzoli & Isles features two great behind-the-scenes features, one with series creator Janet Tamaro on how she adapted the Gerritsen books, and another with the cast and crew about the making of the series. There's also a hilarious gag reel that shows just how much fun everyone is really having on the set. A must for crime-show buffs and fans of great actresses heading their own series. --A.T. Hurley
Rizzoli and Isles addicts. Great to have on DVD to watch over and over again, and never get tired.Published 4 days ago by Nancy B.
Best season, then the writers lost their way, and as all series...the minor characters agents want more and more lines and on screen time, which ruins the show!Published 10 days ago by Chuck Cole
My name is Mary Knudsen and I don't care if every seeing my name. I was wondering if you all had a fan club. I would be the first to joinPublished 18 days ago by mary knudsen
Trying something new! LOVE IT! Definitely buying all the additional seasons as they come out!Published 19 days ago by movie mama
I love this show about friendship, family, (oh) and fighting crime. It's perfect.Published 29 days ago by Rebekah Lynne Pauli
My husband and I watch 2 episodes of this show every night. We love it!Published 1 month ago by Brenda Campbell
I really enjoyed this series as it was well acted and well written. It had enough action to keep me interested but the old standard formula of family and friends interaction gave... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Fe Thomas