The first season of "Rogue" follows the relationship between a morally compromised undercover cop, Grace Travis (Thandie Newton) and a crime boss, Jimmy Laszlo ( Marton Csokas). Things grow complicated for the detective as she seeks justice for her slain son among Jimmy's crew.
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Dreary in tone and storyline -- and mostly dimly lit as well -- Rogue is a decidedly uninviting vehicle for DirecTV's first original scripted series.
Rogue has all the attributes of pay cable, but little of its depth and nuance.
What distinguishes Rogue from a zillion or so other shows about undercover cops is Grace's alienation from her fellow officers and even her own family, all of whom think she's nuts.
Over-boiled, over-violent, and overly abundant with sex scenes, Rogue is sure to click with hardcore cop-thriller fans who care less about plotting and characterization than the bang . . . bang . . . bang.
By the end of the first two hours, events suggest that Rogue just might be going somewhere interesting.
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