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Syd, McKenna and the team band together as they race against the clock to save one of their own, finally coming face-to-face with their greatest enemy.
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of L.A.'s Finest from 265 votes.
McKenna mourns the death of one of her loved ones with Syd by her side. LAPD detectives are working as a unified force to put an end to Lustrum Holdings and restore peace in Koreatown.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of L.A.'s Finest from 81 votes.
After a stunning discovery, Syd and McKenna debate who they can trust moving forward whilst also investigating a death that took place at a scenic Los Angeles park.
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of L.A.'s Finest from 271 votes.
As Syd and McKenna finally close in on Gabriel Knox, a shocking revelation makes their fight more personal than ever before.
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of L.A.'s Finest from 278 votes.
As their pasts continue to crash into the present, Syd and McKenna discover that an unknown player has been manipulating them all along. Meanwhile, the search for the missing diamonds continues, just as McKenna is face with a impossible choice; her brother or her future.
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of L.A.'s Finest from 277 votes.
It's busy for our team of detectives as they continue to investigate the case of the missing diamonds, and the task force executes a major drug bust. With the treat of Knox looming, both Syd and McKenna must confront some of their deepest secrets yet.
The episode was rated #6 Best episode of L.A.'s Finest from 293 votes.
Time is up – Syd and McKenna need to get Knox’s fentanyl into police custody while leaving no trace of their own involvement. But can they pull it off when McKenna is distracted by Izzy’s strange behavior and a ghost from Syd’s past returns to haunt her?
The episode was rated #7 Best episode of L.A.'s Finest from 385 votes.
Syd and McKenna’s personal hunt for Gabriel Knox ramps up as they let the Bens in on their search for the elusive Arlo. Meanwhile, a conflicted Syd must deal with a family crisis, while McKenna is left with a difficult choice between her past and her future.
The episode was rated #8 Best episode of L.A.'s Finest from 328 votes.
McKenna is forced to come clean about her past to her husband, and both she and Syd attempt to convince him to bend the rule of law to save a life. In the meantime, our team find themselves trailing a group of thieves who managed to steal million of dollars' worth of untraceable diamonds.
The episode was rated #9 Best episode of L.A.'s Finest from 307 votes.
With Dante back in her life, it’s impossible for McKenna to keep hiding the truth about her mother’s death from Syd. At the same time, Syd is in a mess of her own as Arlo plots against those she loves. As if this isn’t enough on Syd and McKenna’s plate, our team continues its hunt for answers in the murder of the trans woman and her fiancé.
The episode was rated #10 Best episode of L.A.'s Finest from 342 votes.
Now that the Koreatown criminal is sitting safely behind bars, a new case emerges for the team when a college swimmer is found dead in a condition that suggests he was on the run.
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of L.A.'s Finest from 105 votes.
While Patrick waits for the election result, the team works tirelessly to find Malcolm Ward, a free killer. Syd offers to tell the truth about what happened at the scrap yard.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of L.A.'s Finest from 84 votes.
Tracking down a serial killer who lures his victims into isolated areas before killing them live on social media; Syd has a dangerous secret that clashes with McKenna's complicated past.
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of L.A.'s Finest from 455 votes.
Our LAPD team works to solve the mystery behind the brutal death of a trans woman, while Syd and McKenna are tangled up in their own personal complications. As the hunt for Knox intensifies, Syd is forced to face her traumatic and complicated past head-on when an old flame is transferred to the LAPD. Meanwhile, McKenna helps Izzy process the grief from her mother’s fatal car accident.
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of L.A.'s Finest from 358 votes.
A body abruptly plummets onto a busy street, seemingly falling straight out of the sky, and our team is left to piece together the clues. Meanwhile, Syd and McKenna realize they need to trust each other if they want to escape the ghosts of their past.
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of L.A.'s Finest from 413 votes.
Syd and Baines are threatened by an internal investigation into Beverly Gamles' death. McKenna and Walker interrogate Ingram, leading the team to an unexpected arms dealer.
The episode was rated #6 Best episode of L.A.'s Finest from 84 votes.
Syd finds out that crime in Koreatown is forcing people out of their homes, which gets Ricky Leon's attention. Meanwhile, the LAPD is looking for those responsible for a deadly robbery.
The episode was rated #7 Best episode of L.A.'s Finest from 85 votes.
The LAPD team races against the clock to rescue one of their own.
The episode was rated #8 Best episode of L.A.'s Finest from 98 votes.
When Emma disappears, Syd will do anything to get her home to her family. Meanwhile, McKenna is on an undercover mission that could lead to the revelation of the criminals in the Koreatown case.
The episode was rated #9 Best episode of L.A.'s Finest from 88 votes.
After sharing the truth about Jen's death with her family, Syd gets unexpected help with the case. Meanwhile, McKenna and Patrick have to make a difficult decision.
The episode was rated #10 Best episode of L.A.'s Finest from 98 votes.
Last updated: apr 05, 2021
how can people vote this up? I tell you why someone would rate it down. it's because there is now counterpart like in Bad Boys. Marcus never loved shootouts or liked it getting in trouble. He was a grounded guy... this show lacks this dynamic, it's just 2 supercops without a flaw. that works for 1-2 Episodes, after that it's just boring, sometimes annoying. the whole buddy movie thing doesnt work here. you wanna Action packend cop buddy movie Show - watch lethal weapon. Or even the Magnum Reboot. Quite good. you wanna have a good cop Show - watch the rookie. I'm still watching because Alba but I don't know if I can get through the whole season.
FYI: Sydney "Syd" Burnett is the sister of Marcus Burnett, who appeared in Bad Boys II and serves as protagonist of LA's Finest.. The spinoff series of Bad Boys films focuses on drug enforcement agent Sydney Burnett, now working for the Los Angeles Police Department.
Well second season the same as the first , slow not to sure start then really good interesting build up. Hope there's a third season.
Well, this was a pleasant surprise. Not even sure how I found this show. But I had very low expectations of it. However, I found it to be a decently fun cop show. It has an 80's throw-back feel to it. It has a pretty good overarching story-line and the female leads have good chemistry. Even though I was 99% sure I knew who Knox was (and I was right) after just a couple episodes, it was still enjoyable.
(Initial Impression) The draw may be a meld of Bad Boys fans and, of course, fans of Jessica Alba. Other than that, it doesn't have much going for it. The writing is lame. The action is surreal. Cops live in elaborate homes. Detectives disrespect the law and live as if they are immortal. Heavy on action. Silly rather than comedic. Complete escapism (but, then again, I'm not opposed to the occasional escape). I give this series a 5.5 (fair-ish) out of 10. [Action Nonsense]
I am looking at the low rating that users give this show and I wonder why. I guess it is because of the Bad boys link and this been very distanced from it. Ok - here is my opinion: TLDR - It is well above average. Break down : Script - Average - it is 100% what you expect from cop drama - if you like the rest of the cop shows , you will like this one. If you have watched a bunch of these, you will know what is happening well before it has happened, but that is true for every cop show out in the open, now. Acting - Above average - come on, you see the cast list, they all are well know, with a lot of experience. Soundtrack - Very good - I like the music a lot . Production quality - Very good - You can see everything, even in dark scenes, hear everything without wandering what they are saying , good composition. Few minor annoying things for me - I personally would have been a lot happier if the rebel daughter cliché was not in this one, but since it is kept to a minimum I am fine with it. The jokes don't always land. The only big problem I see with the show is that it was marketed like Bad boys spin off , and from what I can see it would have been better if it was not. This is another time marketing strategies killed otherwise good show. P.S. The rating system needs to be changed, because currently they are more bad marks than good. and they need to be renamed. Because -- 5 been - Meh --- 6- Fair --- 7 - Good --- 8 -- Great ---- it is to big of a gap between them . And I think 5 should be average and 10 should be Great and the rest in between should be positive marks. Because I thing the show is very good, but not great. So I am forced to give it 7 which looks bad on the scale from 1 to 10 .
So I gave it a chance and the first episode surprised me in a positive way. But when they [spoiler] with the minimal amount of keystrokes that would make even the guys on CSI jealous found the killer by tracing the Bluetooth sensors in the wheels of his car [/spoiler] in the second episode I gave up on this being a good cop show. Will watch a few more because of Alba to see if it gets any better. Strongly doubt it though...
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