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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.
Dreary in tone and storyline -- and mostly dimly lit as well -- Rogue is a decidedly uninviting vehicle for DirecTV's first original scripted series.
By the end of the first two hours, events suggest that Rogue just might be going somewhere interesting.
There's a certain emptiness to Rogue, despite all the splash and gore.
The disappointing part of Rogue is that DirecTV had exhibited some taste and desire to play in the big leagues via its acquisitions, only to fall back on a tired mob premise.
Rogue has all the attributes of pay cable, but little of its depth and nuance.
Audience Reviews for Rogue: Season 1
Jul 16, 2015The story/plot got better in season 2 and 3, the acting (and actors) is also above-average (and since I'm located in Europe, I mean above-average of the American/European actors). All in all, a nice crime/detective story with a lot of 'salt'n pepper' in terms of sex and violence (which I like, especially in comparison with the European series, where the 'action' is really mostly just 'weak').
Aug 19, 2014I've no idea why so many negative reviews, maybe didn't really watch it. Rogue (season 1) is superb storytelling, deep as you like, not obvious but also not too clever. Sexy & tragic & grim. & the characters are great.