From creators and producers Jerry Bruckheimer and Jennifer Johnson, comes NBC’s newest addition to its array of television series – Chase.

An American police procedural on which the story follows on a U.S. Marshals fugitive apprehension team, who are based in Houston, Texas. The show had a good potential to be a long running show similar to the other shows in the same concept, but others think so otherwise.

Kelli Giddish portrays the role of a U.S. Marshal Annie Frost, an intelligent Texas raised deputy who, along with her team track down criminals that are on the run.

Annie's team are composed of Jimmy Godfrey (Cole Hauser) raised in East Texas and a Cowboy at heart. Marco Martinez (Amaury Nolasco) a smart and talkative intelligence man. Daisy Ogbaa (Rose Rollins) works as the team's weapons and tactical specialist who, unlike Martinez, is a woman of few words. Last but not at all least, is Luke Watson (by Jesse Metcalfe) the fresh member of the team hailed from Washington DC.

The show had already received number of feedbacks and reviews all coming from the critics and watchers. The show had managed to get at least huge following on its first day of airing despite the slow pace of the first episode.

There were rumors about the shows extension and plans on the second season when the network had ordered for a full season consisting of 22 episodes, unfortunately the show was cut to just 18 episodes and was later put on hold for unclear reasons. The show has not renew nor had announced any upcoming installment of the following season for the show to continue.

If you are looking for something old fashion at the same time predictable story without all the confusing twists then Chase is just right up your alley. Action, crime, drama – Annie Frost “boots” and her team of US Marshals will probably fill your need for less stressful series to watch.


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