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When Pablo Cordova is arrested on suspicion of drug distribution and the lead witness in the case winds up dead, the U.S. Marshals discover the killer is his wife, Isabella. Isabella will stop at nothing to keep Pablo from going to jail and ensure that her family stays together, which ultimately puts Annie in serious danger. In a case that hits close to home, Marco is forced to recall his dark days with the narcotics division, while Jimmy must decide the fate of his relationship with Natalie.
Chase (2010) - General Information
Premiere: September 20, 2010
Ended: May 21, 2011
Genre: Action | Crime | Drama | Family
Network: NBC ( USA)
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Season 1 (18 episodes) - September 20, 2010 to May 21, 2011
About the show
Chase revolves around Annie Frost (Kelli Giddish), a U.S. Marshal, and her high-priority fugitive-apprehension team that track down dangerous criminals in South Texas.
From Emmy Award-winning executive producer Jerry Bruckheimer ("CSI" franchise, "The Amazing Race," "Pirates of the Caribbean") and executive producer Jennifer Johnson ("Cold Case," "Reunion," "Lost"), "Chase" is a lightning-fast drama that drops viewers smack into the middle of a game of cat-and-mouse as a team of U.S. Marshals hunts down America's most dangerous fugitives.
Kelli Giddish ("Past Life") stars as U.S. Marshal Annie Frost, a cowboy boot-wearing deputy whose sharp mind and unique Texas upbringing help her track down violent criminals on the run. Starring as the members of Frost's elite team are Cole Hauser ("K-Ville") as Jimmy Godfrey, an East Texas kid who never grew up and is a true American cowboy; Amaury Nolasco ("Prison Break") who plays Marco Martinez, a good intelligence guy who loves to talk; and Rose Rollins ("The L Word"), who portrays Daisy Ogbaa, a weapons/tactical specialist and a woman of few words. Rounding out the cast is Jesse Metcalfe ("Desperate Housewives"), who stars as Luke Watson, the fresh-faced newcomer whose Washington, D.C. upbringing did little to prepare him for the Lone Star State.
Date of last review or update: March 1, 2012