Lethal Weapon (season 1)
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The TV series Lethal Weapon season 1 is a TV version of the beloved by many people legendary eponymous movie during the 80-90th. The whole plot has undergone minor changes in comparison with the original. So, Martin Riggs, a Texas cop and ex-seal is experiencing terrible loss of his daughter and child. That is why, but not because of the passion to change places, he decides to go to Los Angeles. Spiritual invalid is given a partner who is disabled physically. Robert Murtaugh is an African American who has recently experienced a mini-heart attack and now wants to be away from all sorts of stress. However, work of a police officer is full of stress. Lethal Weapon season 1 will show the results of mutual work of these officers.
- Original Title: Lethal Weapon
- Airs on: FOX
- Genres: Drama, Action, Crime
- Cast: Dante Brown, Clayne Crawford, Keesha Sharp, Kevin Rahm, Johnathan Fernandez, Jordana Brewster
- Created by: Matt Miller
- Official site: www.fox.com
If there was any doubt that the Internet, having wreaked havoc on the music and newspaper industries, has now set its sights on television, the new fall broadcast season should quell it. Not only are the networks pulling back on long-term investment by cutting their series orders, filling out their schedules with specials and sports, but they're actually taking programming advice from the business' heirheads-apparent, digital-streaming companies. Last month, Fox executives admitted at an industry event that their network decided to revive the 2005-2009 drama Prison Break after learning old episodes were drawing a lot of traffic on Netflix.
That probably wasn't the only conversation Fox bosses had with their counterparts at Netflix, because no network has more profoundly cast its lot with the ghosts of falls past. More than a third of the shows Fox will introduce over the course of the 2016-17 season are remakes of old movies or TV series. (Or, as network suits prefer to call them, reboots: Hey, kids, we speak that Interwebs lingo!) In addition to Prison Break, The Exorcist, 24 and the Lethal Weapon movies will all shamble back onto the scene, proving that there is indeed something shallower than Hollywood's current creative instincts: Its graveyards.
That said, the startling but undeniable truth about the new Lethal Weapon, which debuts Tuesday as the nets start rolling their new dramas, is that it's pretty damn good: sharply drawn characters, snappy dialogue, and awesome action sequences. I'm not sure that Clayne Crawford (Rectify) and Damon Wayans Sr. are going to make anybody forget Mel Gibson and Danny Glover, but they'll be more than good enough for the large audience that's never seen the four films, the last of which is nearly two decades old.
The show follows the template established in the movies: Crawford plays a brash young military special-ops vet turned cop left suicidally reckless by a family tragedy. Wayans, with 22 years as a policeman, is struggling with health and retirement issues, which aren't exactly clarified by the near-universal greeting of his colleagues on his first day back at work after a heart attack: "I thought you were dead!"