LA cop Daniel Henderson (Brian McNamara) makes a living by working for the vice squad until one day, tragedy strikes and his wife is killed in a freak Greenpeace accident. Feeling lost and ...
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Prudence resigns from her teaching position after being criticized for giving a student her copy of a romance novel. She sails for Italy, takes a job at a small bookstore in Rome, and meets... See full summary »
LA cop Daniel Henderson (Brian McNamara) makes a living by working for the vice squad until one day, tragedy strikes and his wife is killed in a freak Greenpeace accident. Feeling lost and left alone to raise his teenage son Atticus (Vincent Berry), Henderson takes up the job of sheriff of Manhattan, AZ-a town so small it's not even on the map. Once in Manhattan, Henderson is confronted by the town's mayor, Jake Manhattan (Chad Everett), who has stretched the truth a little about the town and Henderson's role in it. Henderson quickly finds that social graces and physical laws are very different in the quirky desert town of Manhattan, AZ.Written by
I can't believe USA cancelled this show, or The War Next Door for that matter. The cast was great and the show itself was outrageously funny. The show wasn't even given a fair chance. Not all the episode filmed were aired and USA barely gave it any promotion. I mean, how's a show supposed to succeed if nobody knows it's on the air?
It's a pity this show was cancelled. It was really good.
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