Tuesday, December 13, 2016

'19-2, Season 3' DVD Review

Station 19 of the Montreal Police Department has been rocked to its foundations with the revelation of a mole inside its ranks. '19-2, Season 3' opens with the aftermath of the mole's suicide. There are also repercussions due to the arrest of officer Jean-Marc Brouillard for domestic violence. There is much going on at station 19.

In our first episode Homicide Detectives have a confrontation with Officer Nick Barron (Adrian Holmes) over the death of his cousin. This will take up much of nick's time for awhile as he wants to find out some answers about his cousin Cassie's death. While at the same time Officer Ben Chartier (Jared Keeso) is building a deeper relationship with Nick's sister.

This show does an excellent job of looking at just what a police station has to do to get the job done correctly. It really takes a hard look at police procedures. The show goes one step farther and takes a hard look at the officers lives outside the work area. The action also adds a good touch and will make you want to see the next show each week. What's great is that with this DVD you will have the whole season at your fingertips.

Officer Brouillard will eventually make it back to the Station and will resume his position as union representative, but trouble will continue to come his way. Ben and Nick will have trouble with some questionable people and in the end it will push Officer Ben Chartier to do some questionable things, but you will really have to pick up a copy to see the rest of Season 3. This show keeps you glued to the tube and it will make a perfect addition to that personal library. Now if you have that special friend that enjoys police drama and action then this will make an excellent gift this Holiday Season.

Acorn
brings this cop drama to us on DVD on December 13th, 2016. The quality of the DVD is excellent and the sights and sounds are exquisite and right on. The action is superb. Enjoy.