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Jenny must trust her instincts as she takes on a new enemy that threatens to undermine her career, her family, and her own judgment.
The episode was rated 7.73 from 306 votes.
After the untimely death of a coworker, Jenny and Detective McAvoy dig up clues that lead back to a serial killer.
The episode was rated 7.72 from 411 votes.
Jenny and Donovan must race to confirm their suspicions before a dangerous suspect gets away.
The episode was rated 7.71 from 309 votes.
The coroner's building is on lockdown and Jenny is isolated from her team with a blast from the past. Detective McAvoy is on the hunt for a newly released killer.
The episode was rated 7.69 from 439 votes.
Jenny hosts Thanksgiving at home with her dad and mother-in-law. But when the plumbing breaks down, her work life and personal life collide in the worst possible way.
The episode was rated 7.67 from 447 votes.
Jenny assists Donovan on a case that brings them into the world of true crime podcasts. Their challenge: how do you solve a murder with no body?
The episode was rated 7.65 from 308 votes.
Jenny and Donovan investigate the death of a lab assistant, but Jenny's personal interest in the lab risks clouding the case for her.
The episode was rated 7.61 from 321 votes.
Jenny investigates two grisly deaths in the suburbs, complicated by an unreliable witness.
The episode was rated 7.59 from 323 votes.
In the aftermath of a mass shooting, Jenny's investigation is derailed when her exhaustion leads to dangerous consequences.
The episode was rated 7.58 from 308 votes.
Jenny investigates a dismembered body that is found in Crother's Woods. Ross struggles with his dad's death.
The episode was rated 7.55 from 510 votes.
Sparks fly as Jenny reunites with an old flame in the takedown of a large corporation. Donovan unexpectedly faces a blast from his past while trying to bring justice to a single mother.The episode was rated from 112 votes.
Jenny is on the chase to stop a killer as he leaves a bloody trail of rampage across the city. The stakes are even higher when she realizes her son has been in contact with him.The episode was rated from 490 votes.
Jenny conducts her first inquest into a police shooting as Detective McAvoy confronts the brotherhood of blue.The episode was rated from 451 votes.
Jenny investigates a body found in the middle of a country road with no ID, and few clues to how he got there.The episode was rated from 342 votes.
As Jenny investigates a devastating fire in a low-income apartment building, she connects with a woman who has lost everything.The episode was rated from 381 votes.
A double homicide on Christmas Eve has Jenny and Donovan uncovering the troubling secrets of a picture-perfect family.The episode was rated from 195 votes.
When Jenny is called to a luxe condo to investigate the death of a cannabis mogul, Vic Stenton, she enters an alternate world where nothing is as it seems. Jenny also starts to figure out what it means to live life as a widow – the good and bad.The episode was rated from 585 votes.
Jenny and Donovan investigate a mysterious death in a "haunted house".The episode was rated from 226 votes.
Struggling with the loss of Liam, Jenny tries to take a vacation from death and happens across a mysterious dead body that stirs suspicion in a small town.The episode was rated from 144 votes.
Jenny and Donovan confront personal dilemmas while they investigate a body on ice.The episode was rated from 193 votes.
Last updated: sep 24, 2022
Good first season. Nothing outstanding in all of these crime series out there, yet solid. But Ross, the kid of our female main character, is pissing me off immensely. He's either this ridicolously behaving child or a massive dickhead, being this amazingly caring grandson, preventing a sideplot from progressing for no reason. In the second season the writers need to cut him out as much as possible. He's a massive nuisance. And it's always a delight seeing Roger Cross. Even if it's like he's at least at some point in everything that comes from Canada. Edit: Season 2 on the other hand just starts really dumb in a way I do not fully understand what this series is or wants to be anymore. The son gets even more annoying and dumb in the process. Dr. Cooper loses anything that made her character intriguing, there's no progress in anything. The first two episodes have barely to do with "investigating suspicious deaths" and more with ridicolous drama that makes no sense. Her job is more of a backdrop or background noise as of now. Time to drop this.
She's constantly sniffing and it drives me nuts.
there's just something so distinct about canadian cop shows. Anyways. There's only been two episodes, but it's already pretty bland. I'm going to keep watching because of course I am, but hopefully the later episodes manage to impress.
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