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Malcolm continues to unravel as the mystery of the girl in the box comes to a head. As Nicholas Endicott's true colors continue to show, the Whitlys must decide to what lengths they are willing to go in order to take him down.
The episode was rated from 460 votes.
The FBI and NYPD collaborate to save Malcolm from the 'Junkyard Killer'—aka John Watkins—who reveals shocking details about his involvement in the camping trip memories that have been plaguing his psyche. Gil looks for answers from The Surgeon. Ainsley and Jessica search through their memories of the past, hoping to find some sort a clue to where Malcolm could be hidden.
The episode was rated from 557 votes.
After a catastrophic turn of events, Malcolm and Ainsley are convinced there's more to Nicholas Endicott than meets the eye. Their only hope just might be an impromptu Whitly family reunion.
The episode was rated from 453 votes.
Bright’s quest for answers about his childhood leads him to a junkyard, where he’s bombarded with gunshots. Narrowly escaping, Bright and the NYPD discover multiple bodies on the scene, with victims spanning decades. Gil, Dani, Frank and Bright must investigate this serial killer who Bright suspects has something to do with “The Surgeon.” Meanwhile, Ainsley’s exclusive interview with Martin takes an unexpected turn, forcing her to team up with Bright.
The episode was rated from 738 votes.
When an up-and-coming ballet dancer is mysteriously poisoned, the NYPD dives deep into the rigorous world of dance. Jessica reunites with an old friend. Bright and Eve turn to Martin for answers regarding the girl in the box.
The episode was rated from 467 votes.
The NYPD dives into a case surrounding a famous blogger, whose husband was mysteriously stabbed just days after their baby was born. Bright finds his way back to Eve, but can't shake his paranoia that there's more to her than meets the eye. To help ease his nerves, Ainsley helps him do some investigating and uncovers a secret she has been keeping.The episode was rated from 453 votes.
Knowing that the “Junkyard Killer” was in cahoots with his father, Malcolm goes against the FBI’s wishes and continues to investigate. His findings reconnect him with a disgruntled ex-detective who was once heavily involved in the search for “The Surgeon,” delivering them both into danger. Meanwhile, the holidays are anything but jolly for the Whitly family, when an epic blowout with Ainsley leads Jessica to take matters into her own hands. Also, Colette Swanson, the steadfast FBI detective who’s now in charge of the case, seems to have a personal vendetta against Malcolm.The episode was rated from 605 votes.
Jessica continues to search for more information on the 'Girl in the Box', but is confronted by the 'Carousel Killer'. While the NYPD investigates families tied to Martin's victims, it's ultimately up to Malcolm and Jessica to track down the tip-line caller—turned killer—who is blackmailing her. Ainsley receives a big promotion at work, but quickly realizes she may never escape the high demand for serial killer reports.The episode was rated from 525 votes.
When Martin is locked away in solitary confinement and the FBI takes over the Junkyard Killer case, Malcolm uses his spare time as an excuse to try out a 'normal' lifestyle. Things go well, until he accepts a challenge to 'profile' his date. The NYPD tracks a new homicide that’s linked to an elite underground sex club.The episode was rated from 663 votes.
When a body is found professionally preserved and embalmed, the NYPD teams up with Edrisa to go undercover at a convention of funeral directors. Martin revisits his past through a series of hallucinations.The episode was rated from 521 votes.
Last updated: oct 20, 2021
okay so this is only the first episode so i may be raving a little soon but i must say that i am extremly impressed with what i saw theres action suspense thrills so much going on here lots of excitement its quite graphic ill admit but if your willing to try to ignore it its well worth it
Don't believe the haters... admittedly there are some cliches that grind like the reason he is a good profiler is cos of his father, but despite this, I still find this show very compelling and watchable, particularly with the upcoming demise of Criminal Minds and apparently MindHunter. And I think there are some more interesting twists soon to be revealed.
Extremely predictable, unbelievable characters, clichéd as all hell. The premise itself had potential, but it's not being used well at all here.
Two well cast actors and two terrible ones. In my opinion the male leads are the best actors on this show. The females, unfortunately, are terrible for the most part. The show has some interesting themes and despite some obvious flaws. It keeps me interested. What I find frustrating is stupid things being written in for ease of plot. For example a “profiler” who doesn’t believe that murderers are created, what year is this set in? Overall good dumb fun!
This show is not written, acted and casted well. I have watched 5 episodes and I think that is enough for me.
I’m diggin’ the concept of the show... I’ll keep watching before saying anything more.
Now, this...this is what I call proper entertainment. I was drawn in with the premiere itself, which is a praiseworthy feat. And given how with the other new/newish shows that (I) started around the same time and was already watching, and how, even once I was further along into them, I still wasn't into it, you can imagine how refreshing this show was and how refreshing for me, it was to be watching, and how much more that came to light once I was further along into it, too. Furthermore, while there were episodes that I neither liked or disliked, even they seemed more entertaining and appealing than those other shows as a whole, in hindsight. I guess it was just a testament to preference. That, somehow, my subconscious was more captivated by this show or something about it, for some reason. Stuff like that is so weird, isn't it? Frankly, I don't get it. Anyway, I think this is an underrated show that has probably passed under the radar for a lot of people, a hidden gem. My current state of memory may be biased or unreliable because the only shows that I've watched, those of which are in recent memory, specifically, are all fairly new shows so I'm not exactly that well-versed when it comes to the number of shows that I've watched and whatnot, but this one just seemed and seems like it'll be underappreciated despite being a surprisingly decent show, all because it's a police procedural, most of all. And I get that. It's understandable. But all I can say is that you shouldn't prematurely judge or have expectations that it'll be like any other police procedural, at least, if it leads to choosing to not watch it. At the very least, give it a shot and go from there. If you like it, you like it. If you don't, you don't.
Another show I could binge watch all episodes at once. Hope it gets a season 2.
Like the show very much because the show sometimes is so dumb that at least it has a real life feeling.
This is so cheesy and obvious. Is this written for people with IQ < 50? Seriously... Every episode is the same - he goes somewhere, gets in a fight, people just commit they did it without a reason and case solved. This is an offence to every decent human being. I'm done...
Like I mentioned before, during these times, you have to be able to relax and is there a better way than sitting back and binging on a really good series? I don’t think so! We’ve already covered some series that are available on Netflix, but what about other services? Well, now we’re going to see what Hulu has to offer.
Mixing reality shows and food seems like the perfect combination for just about anyone. I always get amazed what some people are able to make under a huge amount of pressure. The cooking shows are so entertaining as well, because it’s always regular people competing. Just make sure not to watch them on an empty stomach!
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