Former Marine Daniel "Hondo" Harrelson is a locally-born sergeant who was recently tasked with running a specialized tactical unit that acts as the last stop in law enforcement in Los Angeles. Raised on the streets, he is torn between his loyalty to his roots and his allegiance to his new brothers in blue as he works to bridge the divide between his two worlds.
Obviously the ratings say it is good as well since it was renewed.
Maybe this isn’t the most technical,t correct show and maybe there are too many black vs white and other political agenda type things in there but the show has:
Good acting - All these guys have their own personality and although they come across a bit animated they are all unique. Kudos.
Heart - The characters all have interesting backstory.
Shemar is great at his role.
The episodes are mostly interesting and it’s good to see a positive ending on most without it being over sappy.
I hope this keeps going. Great show.
When watching... THERE IT IS!!! Politically Correct CRAP!
Prominently Coupled with: Estrogen-Douche-(bi)homosexual-female! SH@T!!!
I'll watch for the action, but when they have seen as I described up top, I just turn it to something else for short time, then see
if the PC-Crap is done. Or the Chicken-Head scenes are
flow down the toilet. (so to speak)
Now days in the 21st century the so-called "creative" MEN...
Every show TV Or at the movie --- and most of the are created shows are MEN ---What I exclaimed up top, that's what I think about them.
There's a movie coming out called "Black Panther". CHICK!
No King! ---Wellll, maybe he die in a war, and like England, that all everybody know is: "the queen-mom".
---I'm out of here! Later mayn!
Shemar Moore is an intense actor.
These guys giving it bad ratings for inaccuracies are just uptight pieces of crap.
It's just too boring
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