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Air Date: October 2nd, 2013

Network: NBC

Series Summary
Detective Robert Ironside uses a wheelchair, but he and his team take on New York's toughest crimes.

Rating: TV14

Genres: Crime drama


  • Season 1 - Episode 9 : Hidden Agenda Apr 8, 2014

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    A car bombing leaves two people dead and the FBI singles out a problematic Columbia student as the suspect.

  • Season 1 - Episode 8 : Brothers in Arms Apr 8, 2014

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    A murder happens in port; Ironside begins the hunt for a couple of marines.

  • Season 1 - Episode 7 : Minor Infractions Apr 8, 2014

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    A student from the wrong side of the tracks is abducted from a bus and a ransom demand is received.

  • Season 1 - Episode 6 : Pentimento Apr 8, 2014

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    Ironside is forced to come to terms with a mistake that has haunted him for years; Virgil must recover from a violent incident.

  • Season 1 - Episode 5 : Hell on Wheels Apr 8, 2014

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    A wild rooftop chase leads to the discovery of body parts in a garbage bag; as more victims turn up, the investigation leads the team to a motorcycle gang and a femme fatale.

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  • It's Detective Ironside who carries this entire show. No other character is especially memorable in the pilot, with the two characters who stick out the most being Ironside's jerk former partner (Brent Sexton as Gary Stanton) and blonde fellow detective (Spencer Grammer as Holly). Fortunately Underwood lives up to the hype and delivers a flawed, wounded man who is simultaneously a fantastic cop while also being very troubled. Show More

  • It’s just manipulative drama that hopes to make you stand up and cheer by reminding you over and over again how tough its title character remains. Show More

  • Being confined to a wheelchair might someday teach Ironside some humility, diminishing his round-the-clock animosity as the series progresses, but for now all it's apparently done is turn him into even more of a jerk. Show More

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