Air Date: October 19th, 2016
A neuropsychiatrist is drawn into a world of mistaken identity, corruption and mental illness.
Genres: Drama, Suspense
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
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
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