APB: Season 1 (2017)


Season 1
APB

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APB's reliance on high-tech gadgets at the expense of high-stakes drama makes it a cutting-edge police procedural not worth pursuing.

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Critic Ratings: 20

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Air date: Feb 6, 2017

After witnessing the murder of his best friend, tech billionaire Gideon Reeves takes charge of a troubled Chicago police district and reboots it using technical innovation; Gideon launches the APB app.

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Air date: Feb 13, 2017

When Gideon accompanies Murphy on a ride-along, they see a robbery at a pharmacy, and a child is injured; Murphy hears that someone close to her is the leader of a new project that could destroy Gideon's plans for the 13th District.

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Air date: Feb 20, 2017

A security guard who used to be a cop uses the APB app before he is killed by robbers; Gideon redesigns a feedback chair to use in the investigation room; Murphy learns that her ex-husband may be watching them.

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Air date: Feb 27, 2017

Officer Brandt's undercover mission to catch the criminals selling armor-piercing bullets on the black market goes awry; a task force led by Murphy's ex-husband threatens Gideon's future.

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Air date: Mar 6, 2017

After a man goes to extremes to get justice for his daughter, Gideon and Martinez use new technology to investigate the case; the assistant state attorney continues interrogating Gideon.

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Air date: Mar 13, 2017

Gideon's father finds himself in trouble; Brandt and Goss try to track down the mastermind behind a huge grand theft auto case.

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Air date: Mar 20, 2017

When a murder investigation reveals Gideon is the killer's next target, Murphy and Ada use a high-tech scanning system to search for the perpetrator.

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Air date: Mar 27, 2017

When another fire hits one of the gang-run buildings, Murphy and Gideon discover the cause is worse than an act of gang retaliation; Brandt's old service buddy is accused of assault at the bar where he works; Goss seeks the truth.

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Air date: Apr 3, 2017

An FBI agent seeks Murphy's help after learning his informant's life may be in jeopardy; Gideon makes a decision that could make or break his company; the past comes back to haunt Ada.

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Air date: Apr 10, 2017

Capt. Conrad orders Gideon and Murphy to catch a serial rapist before there are any more victims; Ada worries that a dangerous part of her past might resurface.

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Cast & Crew

Justin Kirk
Gideon Reeves

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Natalie Martinez
Detective Theresa Murphy

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Taylor Handley
Officer Nicholas Brandt

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Caitlin Stasey
Ada Hamilton

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Tamberla Perry
Officer Tasha Goss

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Ernie Hudson Sr.
Captain Ned Conrad

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William Smillie
Geoff Cobb

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Nestor Serrano
Mayor Michael Salgado

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Kim Raver
Lauren Fitch

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Daniel MacPherson
Scott Murphy

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Abraham Benrubi
Pete McCann

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Ty Olwin
DV8

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Joseph Kamal
Jay Galker

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Kevin Chapman
Raymond Hauser

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Bryant Romo
Jimmy Reyes

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Marlene Forte
Mita

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Deron Powell
Andre

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Josh Caras
Jesse

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Ronald L. Conner
Agent Systrom

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Mac Brandt
Vic Brady

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Len Wiseman
Executive Producer
Matt Nix
Executive Producer
Dennis Kim
Executive Producer
Todd Hoffman
Executive Producer
Robert Friedman
Executive Producer
Trey Callaway
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Audience Reviews for APB: Season 1

  • Sep 12, 2020
    Brilliant TV series! It is definitely food for thought and something we can all learn from! I'm looking forward to watching the next series on British telly! If Fox have cancelled the show, they're shooting themselves in the foot!
  • Dec 01, 2019
    This was a very good series, every episode was different, interesting and tense. I am very sad it didnt continue!
  • Jan 15, 2019
    Fox should've not cancel this. How can people make Fox uncancel this show?
  • Nov 09, 2017
    high tech humour we love
  • Jun 06, 2017
    Surprised it made it a full season. Terrible is an understatement and I am a fan of Justin Kirk. Hard to see him in such a poor show..
  • Apr 30, 2017
    It is a fantastic show
  • Apr 24, 2017
    From Len Wiseman, the creator of Underworld comes a new show that truly captures the crime-infested streets of Chicago: super fun, slick, polished, and socially relevant Gideon Reeves is a multi-billion dollar tech creator that has devoted himself to protecting the freedoms and security of America by building state-of-the-art machines from drones to cameras to vests etc., things change however, when his business partner is gunned down and from then on he reestablishes a police precinct with all of his inventions to rid the city of drug users, gang violence and every other crime, the most featured item is an APB app that responds immediately to any crime in progress, his partner is Ada who is a technical wizard lends a hand in the digital realm but she has a dark past that comes back, she did something astonishing that even made Gideon interested in recruiting her At first everyone isn’t pleased about some rich guy coming in and showing off his new toys but Gideon assures them that this is a good way to slowly make Chicago a better place for everyone, he doesn’t go without making a few friends as well as some enemies; his cop buddy is Murphy who is divorced and who has a daughter, the chief, Conrad is played by Ernie Hudson who knows the city front and back, two other deputies that have their own crime adventures, as well as Lauren Fitch to handle his shareholders, his enemies include an online user, Danny that feels civil rights are being violated and the mayor who wants to shut him down Gideon even comes across his father who conned a lot of people back in the day, Murphy’s ex is part of the task force that wants to shut Gideon’s operation down, and her old FBI partner returns that also has a connection to her past, it’s also a huge burden on Gideon’s part that his tech is both beneficial but also dangerous, being the best in the tech industry comes with a heavy responsibility especially when deciding on how to do the business the right way as you can tell it’s hard for everyone to be on board with an idea such as this without thinking about the ramifications it makes: should every person have arms in their hands for protection or does it give bad people more access to gun violence?, should the police be privatized, is the city a target now because of an inventor’s success?, is the police force better off without the advancements in protection? The show looks great, is fast-paced, completely socially and politically relevant in the world we live in today as far as law enforcement and crime. Even in a city like Chicago crime can spread anywhere and its citizens need the best to live in safety. What we can learn from this show is that you never underestimate the bad guys, feelings and emotions aren’t the only factors for interrogation, the people that let us down the most is what drives us, and the point of civil rights is to be hard, not easy. A fun show all the way and redefines the whole perspective of the police force. Enjoyed it so much ?
  • Apr 24, 2017
    I like this because I am interested in engineering and technology so this pushes a lot of my buttons, what it also does is pushes the buttons where people are always putting you down just because it suits them and you're not doing what they want you to do, fail! Life lesson.
  • Apr 24, 2017
    This has potential but it's far from where it could be.
  • Apr 12, 2017
    Outstanding series, great to see an alternative to the normal police procedural shows and one which showcases how technology can be harnessed by those who keep us! Well done!

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