Starring: Hugh Dillon, Laurence Laboef
Season 3 jumps a head in time a bit as Mike and Audrey have worked out their differences while preparing to have a new baby. Sadie and Ray Jr are living together.
This season focuses on Mike's new partner Ivan who's has a missing wife and shady family members while Mike tries to figure it all out plus deal with new family turmoil.
The opening scene of the first episode is as grizzly as I've seen on TV in awhile. Mike is his usual hotheaded self who is quick to jump head first into cases while leaving his family on the back burner. Sadie plays a bigger part in this season as she becomes part of undercover investigation with meth dealers.
A superbly acted and bleak show changed the coarse a bit this year. A while the story was a much needed change, the characters haven't grown any. They are making the show start to feel monotonous.
My Take: So Good (but falling slightly)
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