Air Date: October 19th, 2016
A neuropsychiatrist is drawn into a world of mistaken identity, corruption and mental illness.
Genres: Drama, Suspense
Next Episode - Season 2, Ep. 5 : The Collected Works of William ShakespeareOct 25, 2017
D needs a place to crash with the warehouse no longer safe; Winter turns to his coping mechanism as Chance and Hynes face a setback in their case against him; Carl has money trouble.
Season 2 - Episode 10 : Especially If You Run Away Nov 29, 2017
With Lorena's help, Chance and D return to San Francisco to handle unfinished business; Lambert has a new protege; Chance embraces a familiar role in a new way.
Season 2 - Episode 9 : A Madness of Two Nov 22, 2017
Lucy comes to Chance's aid; Chance and D disagree on the next move; Lambert goes on the defensive; D won't stop until Lorena is safe; Kirsten makes a choice; Chance changes course after a charged encounter.
Season 2 - Episode 8 : An Infant, a Brute or a Wild Beast Nov 15, 2017
Chance discovers Lambert's background; Kirsten asks Lambert for help; Winter gets in uncharted territory; Nicole adapts to a new reality; Lorena's past catches up with her; Chance defends his choices.
Season 2 - Episode 7 : Define Normal Nov 8, 2017
Chance and D grapple with news about Hynes; Chance accuses Winter of lying to him, but Winter learns he's not the only one who has been dishonest; Nicole underestimates Christina; Kirsten tracks down a lead; Winter lays a trap.
Season 2 - Episode 6 : Treasures in Jars of Clay Nov 1, 2017
Chance's progress with Winter is interrupted; Hynes asks a friend for a favor; D settles old scores; Nicole faces the music; Hynes pursues a new break in the Winter case.
Mildly watchable and tense, but well short of riveting. Show More
At its best, the TV show has a bit of a Hitchcock feel (the doomed romance of Vertigo) and an even stronger pull toward Brian De Palma’s Hitchcock homage Obsession (1976). At its weakest, Chance is melodramatic. Show More
Unfortunately, the burned-out doctor is so naive and so laughably gullible that just about every choice feels pre-determined and every consequence can be seen coming a mile away. Add several scenes of clunky, overwritten dialogue and an underwritten female lead to an almost complete lack of suspense, and the end result is a cliche-ridden drama that is a painful chore to sit through. Show More