This reboot of "Walker, Texas Ranger," follows the adventures of widowed father of two Cordell Walker, who has returned home to Austin after being undercover for two years.
Now he turns his attention to reconnecting with his creative son and his rebellious teenage daughter while tackling other family issues with his ADA brother, perceptive mother, and traditional father.
Walker also finds unexpected common ground with his new partner as he becomes increasingly suspicious about the circumstances surrounding the death of his wife.
I did find L. Morgan's character interesting but she's not the main character and, with the writing, can't carry the entire series (but could if the series was about her). There's also something about the production/lighting/sets/quality/locations which I can't pin-point which I don't like.
Should spin off on the Latina Ranger.
Such a shame. Had high hopes for something after Supernatural with Jared Padalecki. Yes, I realize it is something totally different, but hoped it would be better. I think the quick renewal for S2 was a mistake.