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Detective Chris Skelton
Lt. Gene Hunt
The show raises all these questions, and fans of the paranormal will find they're kept open in reasonably interesting ways.
I'd like to think that this was a case of the writers being so frustrated with the cancellation that they were venting their anger at ABC with this stupid ending.
I knew I liked "Life on Mars" when New York's World Trade Center appeared and I didn't feel like I was supposed to cry.
Life on Mars, like Mad Men, makes a long-ago era feel both alien and nostalgic.
I'm pleased with how well this Americanization of an already very fine piece of flinty cop nostalgia is going.
The cast is great and the story is just as intriguing on screen as it sounds on paper.
It effectively combines elements of science fiction and procedural crime solving in a way that's both mysterious and entertaining.
Harvey Keitel makes a great entrance in Life on Mars. You expect as much, of course, because he's Harvey Keitel.
The new American version moves a little faster, which may sacrifice some of the subtlety of the original, but overall this first episode is a faithful adaptation.
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