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Based on the award-winning Québec series of the same name, 19-2 follows the lives of patrol officers Ben Chartier and Nick Barron. Nick is a veteran on Montreal's urban police force and has just returned from a three-month leave following the traumatic shooting of his partner. On his first day back, he is unhappy to learn he has been partnered with Ben, who has just transferred from a small town to restart his life in the big city. Both men are good cops, who deeply care about the job, yet struggle to move beyond painful events in their past. Ben and Nick must attempt to put their differences aside as their lives further intertwine, both professionally and personally, and continue to take surprising and dramatic turns.

Show Info

Network: Canada CTV (2014 - 2017)
Schedule: Mondays at 22:00 (60 min)
Status: Ended
Show Type: Scripted
Genres: DramaActionCrime
Episodes ordered: 8 episodes

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7.3 (27 votes)

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Episode 4x08; Sep 18, 2017

The full moon brings out the loonies in the form of a snow plow, maple syrup, Bambi in a box and a cello player gone cold.

Previous Episodes

Episode NameAirdateTrailer
4x08: TomorrowSep 18, 2017
4x07: WakeSep 11, 2017
4x06: SonsSep 4, 2017
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Recent discussions

JoEmme posted 5 months ago

I wasn't expecting an opening season like this.  Had to pause the episode after 20 minutes in (and again at the 31st minute mark)- I don't recall seeing a warning at the beginning of the episode i.e. "viewer's discretion advised".  This is REALLY disturbing, tbh.

JoEmme posted 5 months ago

Yep, everything you see here on Welfare Day is true!  I live in Montreal and it is the day you hear police sirens every 15 minutes throughout the whole day...besides Full Moon nights!

martin posted a year ago

@BCsDave wrote:
I dont actually watch this show but saw a re-run of this episode and it was amazing. Very edge of your seat and very sad.

I agree, just randomly came across this episode, and wow.

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