The series was great. Good acting, good action sequences and good plot. I wish they would have been able to make 22 episodes as originally intended, instead of only 13. I think it was a mistake to cancel the series after showing only a few episodes. The plot was very well thought out and intricate. It would have been better if the story was spread out over 22 episodes. The story telling was modeled after Groundhog day, but the plot was completely different. In the story, Taye Diggs plays a police officer named Brett Hopper. Hopper is framed for the murder of an assistant district attorney. In each episode he is trying to figure out who framed him and why. He is also trying to prevent the deaths of his girlfriend and others in the story. The twist is that he keeps living the same day over and over again. He is able to use this "problem" to his advantage because he knows what is going to happen before it happens . As he makes different decisions each day, he is able to discover more about why he is being framed, and he is able to make plans on how to thwart his enemies (no one else carries over their memories when the day repeats). Another problem for him throughout the series is that he does not know if the day will ever stop repeating itself. In other words he does not know if he will ever see tomorrow.
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