Durham County: The Complete Second Season
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More Betrayal and terrifying secrets are unleashed as Durham County returns for another electrifying season. In Season Two, newly promoted homicide detective Mike Sweeney (Hugh Dillon) struggles to keep his family together as they try to come to terms with the anguish left behind by a serial killer. He also develops an intense bond with a brilliant but deeply troubled forensic psychiatrist named Pen Verrity, (Michelle Forbes) who works in his department.
SEASON 1 NOMINATED FOR 13 GEMINIS, WINNERS INCLUDE:
Best Direction in a Dramatic Series – Holly Dale
Best Performance by an Actor in Continuing Leading Dramatic Role- Justin Louis
Best Performance by an Actress in Continuing Leading Dramatic Role – Helene Joy
Best Sound in a Dramatic Series
Best Writing in a Dramatic Series – Laurie Finstad-Knizhnik
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With the DVD release of Season 2, we have a new tagline of "Same Town, Darker Secrets", and once again that's a very apt description of this series.
Returning with a second set of six episodes, we pick up with the Sweeney family as they try to somehow salvage some semblance of a familial structure in the aftermath of Ray Prager.
It seemed that Ray has left his fingerprints on virtually everyone in the show as the show begins.
Sadie is dealing with her interactions with Ray in the finale of last season and just like her father, we don't exactly know what went on. She's obviously still dealing with the lingering affects of what happened, and you can see it's tearing her apart inside. And while we don't know exactly what it was, although we have ideas, it's way too much for her to hold inside, which is what she's trying to do.
Mike is struggling to come to grips with how his family has disintegrated in the wake of the events of last season. His marriage is practically over, he's having to move out, and he's constantly bouncing back and forth between a bubbling rage and constant anxiety over the possibilities of what Ray Prager did to his daughter before he got there to save her.
She won't answer his questions, which only makes him more on edge.
Then there's Ray's son, Ray Jr. He's in love with Sadie, however Mike isn't having any of that. There's obvious parallels between Ray Jr/Sadie and Romeo/Juliet, only the relationship between Ray Jr.Read more ›
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Being a movie collector I am very fussy which I order usually from seeing previews. I enjoy watching the many hours of entertainment.Published on May 29 2013 by Sharon Johnson