CBS network comes up with another comedic drama about group of rogue CIA spies in the Office of Disruptive Services (ODS), who combat threats to national security amidst bureaucratic gridlock, rampant incompetence and political infighting.

CHAOS meaning Clandestine Homeland Administration and Oversight Services is the division on which the technology that the team uses is far outdated and limited. With the budget cuts ongoing in the division, the ODS team tackles high-risk foreign intelligence missions using manipulation, deception and wit to succeed.

Rick Martinez (Freddy Rodriguez) was awfully disappointed when his job as a spy was taken out due also to budget cuts during his first day.  However, CIA Deputy Director H.J. Higgins (Kurtwood Smith), a calculating mastermind and head of the Clandestine Administration and Oversight Services (CHAOS), recognizes an opportunity and manipulates Rick into being his mole inside the secretive ODS department.

Martinez joins the team under Michael Dorset (Eric Close), a psychologist-turned-CIA operative and a tactical genius motivated by pure paranoia. Working with Martinez is Scottish-born Billy Collins (James Murray), de-commissioned from the British Secret Service and deported from the United Kingdom; and Casey Malick (Tim Blake Nelson), a 12-year veteran of the agency with an understated demeanor and the ability to transform into a "human weapon."

Martinez's instincts about whom he can believe are constantly tested; he may have found a confidante in Officer Fay Carson (Carmen Ejogo), an alluring intelligence officer and an expert at deciphering people's words our website. Attacking each assignment with unparalleled confidence, these ODS operatives perform covert operations, exert political influence and eradicate all manner of evil-and that's just to survive the morning staff meeting.

The comedy series premier had earned the production for about 6.53 million viewers and a 1.1 rating in the adult’s age bracket. Chaos proved that it can compete with other strong television series in the CBS and outside network. It has an engaging cast, good scripts, and something that people can also relate to or if not, have fun watching it.


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