The show is a bit predictable, but fairly solid as far as spy-action TV shows go. The stunts are realistic enough to be plausible, no superhero action. The plot gets ridiculous after a while though - as a movie length it would have been fine.
The acting was decent, but the script was a bit slow and odd - I kept wondering if they were going to pull a Fight Club. It does have a fantastic monologue by Leslie Bibb in the middle though, speaking to the police.
Has potential, but doesn't go anywhere - the characters are exactly the same at the end as in the beginning and it really leaves the film without any payoff or conclusion. I guess the intention was "people never change" - true but not entertaining
This is a rare cop show where a woman plays the lead role well - tough yet still feminine. The husband side-plot leaves a bit to be desired, but hopefully it can grow past that in the first couple seasons.
The writing starts out terse and uninspired, but the story eventually draws you in. The main character is bland and unlikable. Conversely Rue, the minor secondary character, is fantastically written and brings genuine emotion and life to the story.
Read The Hunger Games book or you'll be a bit lost - this script doesn't do it justice and changes many details arbitrarily. Seems like the writers didn't have a grasp on what was important and exciting from the book, just tried to summarize it badly.
If you want a Ving Rhames zombie movie the remake Dawn of the Dead is better than this made-for-tv drivel. In the opening few minutes of the movie one (almost two) characters die from slow walking zombies, with plenty of room to run. Silly.