ChaseNetwork: NBC
Episodes: 18 (hour)
Seasons: One

TV show dates: September 20, 2010 — May 21, 2011
Series status: Cancelled

Performers include: Kelli Giddish, Amaury Nolasco, Cole Hauser, Jesse Metcalfe, and Rose Rollins.

TV show description:      
Produced by Jerry Bruckheimer (CSI) and Jennifer Johnson (Cold Case), this series follows a US Marshals team in Houston as it tracks America’s most dangerous fugitives.

US Marshal Annie First (Kelli Giddish) heads up the Houston Enforcement & Apprehension Task Force. This native Texan is so known for wearing cowboy boots that “Boots” is her nickname. She’s alone in the world as a single woman who lost her mom at age eight. Her unique upbringing leads her be quite a risk-taker who’s often on the move.

Annie’s team includes a very diverse group. Jimmy Godfrey (Cole Hauser) is a quintessential American cowboy from Uvalde, Texas, who hasn’t ever really grown up. He keeps a pet gecko named Gordon and enjoys hunting. The very verbal Marco “Cathy (as in Chatty)” Martinez (Amaury Nolasco) hails originally from Puerto Rico and is a good intelligence person.

A second generation Nigerian-American, Daisy “Hurricane” Ogbaa (Rose Rollins) is a weapons and tactical specialist and doesn’t say much, other than through her firearm. Her father was one of the first African-American astronauts. She’s into boxing, motorcycles, and fast cars.

TV show supportLuke “Green Bean” Watson (Jesse Metcalfe) is the newbie on the team, having just arrived after graduating at the top of his class at the Academy. He’s in for a shock, as Texas law isn’t anything like what he’s used to in Washington, DC.

Series Finale:     
Episode 18 — Annie
Annie must share the details of her past with the team in order to pursue a case that has put life of her father (guest star William Sadler) in danger. On a hunt to locate her father after two decades, Annie experiences flashbacks to her childhood, ultimately discovering the secret behind a lifelong betrayal.
First aired: May 21, 2011.


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  1. Sunny says

    I really liked this tv show. i wished that i could had found out away to purchase the series. I never got the chance to see the very last shows. Did they ever find out that she got in a car accident and someone kiddnapped her. This was truly one of the best. They can take the show off with LL cool J NCIA some cramp like that. Law and Order and Chase thumbs up.

    • Rochelle Lewis says

      First of all NCIS LA is the best show ever. Second that show is on CBS you idiot. This was on NBC.

      Now down to business. I would love for this show to come back.

    • says

      Yeah you itiot NCIS LA is one of the best tv dramas on tv. And further more ll cool j does a he’ll of a job on that show and he’s one of the greatest rapper’s ever! So shut it.

  2. tina weddle says

    I loved the show you cancelled this and LO LA I have two shows left that I like Harrys Law and LO SVU will those get cancelled to? Soon I won’t be watching NBC at all. Whats up

  3. James Antrim says

    I hate NBCcccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccc.You cancel one of the best new cop shows with a great new personality and you cancel what a bunch of ********……………….Another station is already bringing out another central woman cop in June.You stupid idiots.I refuse to watch another NBC program…….Screw all of you at NBC………..

  4. t.furey says

    Chase was the best show this season, with just the right combo of authentic police drama and remarkably interesting characters…so the brains at the studios cancel it??? Gawd help us all…very sad not to see it go on a few years longer. This one would have made it!!

  5. donald duck says

    doesnt kelli giddish have beautiful hair.a real female.not like that ugly short haired short round bodied butterball attempted look a like of sharon osborne graze thats going on.if i want to date a butterball,i ‘d go buy one at loblaws,and the conversation would be better.a complete quite zone,without the useless meaningless nagging of a pyscho.please please bring her back so i have something to be in love with for an hour a week.

  6. Natasha says

    My family loves this show, along with Cold Case! Soon we won’t be tuning in at all to CBS since Medium & Ghost Whisper are also gone…. JEEZE CBS.:(

  7. Carl Grimes says

    My wife and I really like this show. It is one of the better shows on TV, because it is not one of those reality shows that seems to be popping up every and be every one has a reality show these days. Please don’t take this show off the air and let us know when it is coming back.

    Thank you,
    Carl & Judy Grimes

  8. Dennis says

    Thank you for providing this site. I just wanted to put in, my overwhelming support, and hope that a network somewhere, brings back ‘Chase’…It was just getting established, what with all the assorted schedule changes, various events, including the November Election, major sports functions, and our world going to Heck in a hand basket, and the largest unemployment, in decades!! ‘Chase’ has Every Bit the Integrity, Character and Characters, Quality and Attraction, as ‘Walker:Texas Ranger’ had, in It’s Beginning, including being filmed in Texas…I heard somewhere that Chuck Norris watched it…’Chase’ is being treated, with the same arrogance, and disrespect, as so many other programs, the past few seaesons, which is simply, if it doesn’t grab the 18-39 demographic, and they don’t run out, and buy everything the advertiser pushes, the first few episodes, it’s over…If the real founders, and creators of Television Networking and Production, had that mindset with ‘I Love Lucy’, ;MASH’ and so many others, they would have been canned also…Add that to the Huge Per-Centage of Unemployment, in our Country, and it makes it , a ‘No Brainer” to Return ‘Chase’ to the Viewers, for at least as long, as Charlie Sheen, was allowed to be on the air…Thank you for your time.

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