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Tommy becomes the first female police chief of Los Angeles.
The episode was rated 7.48 from 375 votes.
Tommy works to keep her officers in line when one of their own turns up dead, and some want to take extreme measures to find the perpetrator. Mayor Buddy Gray and Deputy Mayor Doug Dudik are concerned about what damaging information Arturo Lopez, a recently arrested acquaintance of Buddy’s, may have on him.
The episode was rated 7.53 from 322 votes.
Tommy must decide how to deploy the LAPD's resources when a 'climate change' protest brings riots and a bomb threat—at the same time as a mudslide shuts down a major freeway.
The episode was rated 7.55 from 276 votes.
When a concert promoter who is accused of defrauding his customers and vendors takes hostages in a restaurant, Tommy sends Cooper and Diaz to manage the situation until she can arrive. Tommy must navigate the politics of the L.A. City Council when two members refuse to sign on to her new budget proposal.
The episode was rated 7.57 from 272 votes.
Mayor Gray puts added pressure on Tommy to quickly solve a high-profile kidnapping when a baby is taken from a prominent local businessman, capturing the attention of the citizens of L.A.
The episode was rated 7.57 from 274 votes.
Tommy and the LAPD race to find an online 'swatter', a criminal who makes fake 911 calls. As Tommy deploys the department's full resources to the search, the perpetrator threatens to reveal private information about members of the police force.
The episode was rated 7.57 from 239 votes.
Tommy faces a political powder keg when racial tension arises between the LAPD and the African American community, following the murder of a notable community activist. While the victim's death initially looks to be a gang-related hit connected to his past, his death soon seems linked to a local dispute over highly coveted real estate.
The episode was rated 7.63 from 231 votes.
Tommy tries to help a young woman who intentionally gets arrested to buy time for her political asylum request to be approved; a reporter friend of Blake's asks her about the prison murder of Mayor Gray's former campaign donor.
The episode was rated 7.68 from 239 votes.
Gray asks Tommy to personally oversee the investigation when a Hollywood producer is attacked during a party at his home by a woman who claims he tried to sexually assault her first. Tommy prepares for the LAPD recertification process to demonstrate her fitness for her position.
The episode was rated 7.75 from 303 votes.
Tommy launches an informal investigation into a possible LAPD and city government-related conspiracy just as she prepares to fight for her job in front of an ethics committee
The episode was rated 7.76 from 225 votes.
Last updated: apr 28, 2021
[Initial Impression] A promising premise, poorly executed. It was as if the writer's room brainstormed every possible hot-button social issue and then loaded it on to the central character, Tommy, which resulted in a person that gives no credence to the idea that this person worked her way through the system to her current rank or responsibility. On top of that it has no credibility as a police procedural (A Chief of Police with a one person security detail? No vetting of the people allowed to walk into her office? No chain of command surrounding her?). This series has to get a lot better, but I will let it breath a little before making my final decision, but based on this premiere, I give this series a 4 (bad) out of 10. [Cop Drama]
I don't think I've ever watched something so uninteresting and dull. Putting the obvious issues aside, this show just isn't interesting or engaging to watch. Holy crap. I mean, there were a few momentary moments that weren't as bad as everything else, but that doesn't account to much. None of the characters (or actors) are compelling (to watch), even mildly. None of them are interesting. The plot isn't interesting. Nothing. Is. Interesting. The acting isn't that attention-grabbing. And the premise could've been so good. Not to mention, the potential for that to be the case WAS there. And it failed and was executed so terribly. Although, I doubt that was what the writers were going for, to begin with. They probably wanted to push agendas and have all these issues from a real-life standpoint at the forefront as much as possible rather than using the premise to entertain, and sticking to creating a show that is solely meant to be a fictional creation to entertain. That seems to be a growing and recurring theme within the entertainment industry. I don't see how any of that can be entertaining to some people, as I know it was with this show, perhaps to a lesser extent, and in general. Such things shouldn't be included in forms of entertainment, especially TV shows and movies, just for the sake of real-life political hearsay. Every form of entertainment should stick to what they exist for, and just that, entertaining. Of course, I doubt this occurrence of including such matters into forms of entertainment will subside anytime soon, if ever, which is unfortunate, to say the least. At most, I'd say this show was done better than Deputy, as far as the production value is concerned. The writers for that show must've spent most of their budget into the paychecks for the cast, specifically, and especially, Stephen Dorff. But Deputy was, at the very least, somewhat enjoyable to watch. Suffice it to say, that isn't a good thing. I'm not surprised this show was canceled.
Love, love, love this series already! Tommy is a badass character that we need to see leading a network series! I don’t know what the person that gave it a 4 is talking about. Awesome pilot! I’m already completely sucked in.
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