The series starts with Chance being six years old and Danny is taking a family picture. Danny gives Chance a gun for the picture and Chance accidentally shoots Danny. Danny is ecstatic. Fast forward ...
The FBI assigns Danny to find a young woman (Allison Marston) in rural Utah who is missing and feared dead. She was part of a polygamist community, where men take multiple wives and everyone avoids ...
While investigating a dangerous heroin dealer named Gina (Tressa Pope), Agent Brooks is shot by an unknown assailant and dies in Danny's arms. Unwilling to blow his cover--and convinced the shooting ...
9-year-old Krista is so annoyed with her little brother Tyler, she wishes he would turn into a bug. However, when the kids' mysterious nanny makes her wish come true, drama, chaos, and a whole lot of bugspray ensues.
The scientist father of a teenage girl and boy accidentally shrinks his and two other neighborhood teens to the size of insects. Now the teens must fight diminutive dangers as the father searches for them.
This show is great---I stumbled across it back in April and have been a loyal viewer since. It's not as complicated as "Law and Order" so when I need a Wednesday night show to relax in front of, it's Cover Me. I agree with the viewer from San Jose; Michael Angarano is fantastic in this show. He has a lot of confidence for someone so young. I remember him in the McDonalds commercial---he got a lot taller !! I hope USA keeps this quality show on for a while.
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