After a tense face-to-face meeting with the American crew, Jimmy implements a strategy to freeze them out of the Vancouver weed market. Upon learning that Blackmire is actually a CIA front, Mary faces a dilemma about how to proceed.
After a tense face-to-face meeting with the American crew, Jimmy implements a strategy to freeze them out of the Vancouver weed market. Upon learning that Blackmire is actually a CIA front, Mary faces a dilemma about how to proceed. Her decisions becomes even more difficult when Julianna starts to crack under pressure.
Ted uncovers Nick Jordan, revealing the Americans' true intentions and suggesting dire consequences for law enforcement and Vancouver's drug lords. Mary gets a visit from a CIA agent, who proposes turning Julianna into an Agency informant.
As Dante's lieutenant becomes the first victim in an impending turf war, Jimmy tries to broker an alliance between Dante's Disciples and Phan's Vietnamese. With the CIA urging Mary to back off Blackmire, she, Martin, and Ted concoct a daring plan to make CSIS a major player in international intel.
The arrival of American dealers on the streets of Vancouver threatens the stability of the city's drug market. Mary enlists Jimmy's help to avert chaos. Meanwhile, Julianna's relationship with Browne deepens, reaping rich rewards for CSIS. But she begins to take rishs that Mary considers reckless.
Caught between two imminent threats -a kidnapping plot possible arrest and extradition by Canadian authorities-Jimmy strikes a desperate deal with Mary. But are the DEA agents really who they claim to be?
Learning that the mysterious Blackmire Group's tendrils reach far beyond tax evasion, Mary recruits Julianna, one of Katarina's call girls, to seduce Blackmire's chairman, George Browne. Feeling the heat both from DEA agent Nick Jordan and from the Canadian attorney general's office, Jimmy considers fleeing the country.
After a supplier sells to the competition, Jimmy engineers a plot to punish him. At the inspector’s request, Mary investigates a Chinese dissident involved in a homosexual affair with a married cabinet minister.
Jimmy maneuvers quickly to ensure a steady supply of product for his markets and to save his offshore bank deal. Mary feels conflicted when the defense department asks her to intervene with a former friend and journalist about to break a story.
Now hiding at the Chickadee, Jimmy gets his business in order and prepares to leave Canada--perhaps forever. When ballistics evidence seems to exonerate Jimmy in the Seattle killings and Mary secretly arranges to interview the DEA's hospitalized informant, the pressure intensifies on the embattled Williams.
With Jimmy at a secluded island hideaway, his right hand man and his lawyer try to remedy their cash flow problems, even as tensions with rival Dante escalate. The DEA's Williams builds a case to pin the Seattle fiasco on Jimmy--provided Jimmy's gun doesn't turn up.
Following the blowup of a Seattle sting engineered by OCU Inspector Ted Altman and U.S. DEA agent George Williams, Jimmy Reardon goes on the lam. Back in Vancouver, Mary Spalding fights to control an investigation into the murder of an American mole before it derails her promotion.
With his life at risk, Jimmy marshals all of his resources to learn the name of the OCU officer threatening to out him as an informant. And with her job on the line, Mary devises a last-ditch scheme to eliminate Royden.
Dante drives away from the Chickadee with a prisoner in the back seat. Fearing the worst, Jimmy and Ronnie tear off in pursuit. Using Katarina’s wiles, Mary collects hard evidence on Royden before the axe falls on her.
Dante drives away from the Chickadee with a prisoner in the back seat--East Side Johnny, the Vietnamese shooter who killed the Disciples' courier. Fearing the worst, Jimmy and Ronnie tear off in pursuit. Using Katarina's wiles, Mary collects hard evidence on Royden before the axe falls on her.
The Reardons seek to expand their enterprises, with Mike looking to buy a nightclub and Jimmy eyeing an offshore bank. Mary offers Randy Bingham protection—even though she seems to know more about his gun-running operation than he does.
Josh Holloway stars as a former Delta Force turned U.S. Cyber Command uber-agent in a crime thriller that explores the unlimited possibilities of technology.
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From the creator of Da Vinci's Inquest, this tense and sophisticated Canadian crime drama goes inside the murky world of organized crime and the cops who keep tabs on it. Drug kingpin Jimmy Reardon (Ian Tracey) forms an uneasy alliance with the ambitious head of the Organized Crime Unit (Klea Scott) that imperils them both. Critics have likened this gritty series to The Wire and The Shield.
Winner of the Gemini for best drama and many other awards, this pulse-pounding series explores espionage in the international drug trade and beyond. The story centers around Jimmy Reardon (Ian Tracey), a Vancouver drug lord trying to go legit, and Mary Spaulding (Klea Scot), the head of the Canadian Intelligence Service for the Pacific region. Although they work on opposite sides of the law, Reardon and Spalding form an uneasy undercover alliance to protect their turf from rivals inside and outside their organizations. All loyalties are negotiable in this high-stakes game, and the players use money, sex, drugs, and murder to secure the most powerful commodity of all--information. Combining the crime family drama of The Sopranos with the sophisticated intrigue of The Wire, this critically acclaimed series spins a dark, daringly complex narrative web that ranks it among television's best.
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