19-2

19-2

Season 1

DVD - 2016
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Officer Nick Barron patrols the streets of Montreal with Station 19's newest officer, Ben Chartier. Back on the job after temporary leave, guilt-ridden Nick immediately clashes with overzealous Ben, but the two form an uneasy partnership. While responding to some of the city's most bizarre and violent crimes, the two officers learn the high cost of life on the force, both on and off duty.
Publisher: Silver Spring, MD :, Acorn,, [2016]
Call Number: DVD F NINE v.1
Characteristics: video file,DVD video,rda
digital,optical,rda
3 videodiscs (447 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in

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sunshine6969
Sep 21, 2017

Its a very interesting show to say the least that deals with everyday life experiences, but its very unrealistic @ times. Imagine this is a cop show but they don't follow the rules- driving without a seat belt for example. They issue tickets driving without a seat belt & yet in this show they don't wear it themselves. A policeman driving intoxicated while on the job. A cop that's Abusive to his wife & his cop friends don't arrest him & get him some help he needs.

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ilovewhippets
Oct 27, 2016

A good series.. Wonderful acting! Unfortunately, the stories are cheapened with too many sex scenes!

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Biblitz
Sep 13, 2016

Very slow start suggested double writing and acting fail but it improves. Follows the same, tired format of its zillion predecessors - the private and professional lives of rozzers. Same old, same old but featuring the unique setting of Montreal, one of the increasingly few cities in Canada with any visual charm not yet supplanted by an infection of modern, kennel-sized leaky condos.

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candypang
Aug 10, 2016

This is not an action TV program.
If you are expecting action, it is not for you.
I like it very much.
The script describes the deeper thought in police officers when they face challenges.
I am waiting for the DVD of season 2.
Others told me that season 2 & 3 are getting better and better.

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roystreet
Jul 05, 2016

What I liked about this series was the way it depicted a policeman's day as mostly routine, minor encounters. The interest lies in the way that different policemen respond differently and the conversations that result. I also liked the way it explored the lives of its subjects away from the job.

xaipe Apr 25, 2016

This Canadian series set in Montreal manages to make this beautiful city look like the south Bronx. I thought that it was boring, cliched, and slow-paced. Not really worth watching.

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