Graceland

Graceland: canceled or renewed?Network: USA
Episodes: Ongoing (hour)
Seasons: Ongoing

TV show dates: June 6, 2013 — TBD
Series status: Has not been cancelled

Performers include: Aaron Tveit, Brandon Jay McLaren, Courtney B. Vance, Daniel Sunjata, Jay Karnes, Manny Montana, Scottie Thompson, and Vanessa Ferlito.

TV show description:      
This series is inspired by true events and focuses on the lives of undercover agents from the FBI, DEA, and US Customs who reside and operate under one roof. When forced to give up any shred of normalcy and the question of trust is a matter of life or death, the house becomes a sanctuary — their “Graceland.”

Senior FBI agent Paul Briggs (Daniel Sunjata) has a legendary track record in the bureau. However, after a mysterious event that sent him on an unexplained leave of absence a few years ago, he traded in his suit and tie for a more Zen existence. He is assigned to train rookie Mike Warren who has just arrived at the house, — a task he reluctantly takes on.

FBI Agent Mike Warren (Aaron Tveit) is fresh out of the Academy. He’s sent to live at Graceland and work with Briggs, whom he idolizes. What he doesn’t have in life experience he makes up for in smarts — which he’ll need them to fulfill his secret mission at Graceland, one that will put him at odds with his roommates.

Catherine “Charlie” DeMarco (Vanessa Ferlito) is a strong-willed undercover FBI agent. She’s a chameleon on the job, easily turning herself into anything from a believable junkie to a classy businesswoman. Whatever her guise, she’s brimming with attitude and determined to take the bad guys down.

Joe “Johnny” Tuturro (Manny Montana) is the fun-loving prankster of the house. He’s also Briggs’ right hand man and the heart of Graceland. Growing up, Johnny almost followed in his brother’s footsteps and joined a gang. Instead, he became a Navy Seal trainee, where he learned everything from undersea recoveries to diffusing bombs, and then finally joined the FBI.

Dale “DJ” Jakes (Brandon Jay McLaren) is a quick-tempered US Customs agent and the most territorial of the roommates. He’s a tough nut to crack, but underneath his shell is a truly dedicated agent with a lot of wisdom. Jakes is a bit of a lone wolf, but he’s always there to help the team when needed.

And finally, Paige Arkin (Serinda Swan) is a smart and sexy DEA undercover agent. She has a smile that lights up the room but can follow that up with a killer left-hook. She drinks hard, plays hard and isn’t afraid to get her hands dirty. She’ll do whatever it takes to arrest the enemy and after she has them in cuffs, she uses her talents for ball-busting to make even the hardest criminal cooperate.

Series Finale:     
Episode #TBD
This TV series has not ended yet.
First aired: TBD

  

What do you think? Do you like the Graceland TV series? Do you think it should be cancelled or renewed for another season?

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  1. Bob says

    USA has a string of hit shows currently on the air…they would be stupid not to keep this show in their arsenal! With Burn Notice ending this summer this would be another great action show to keep on their roster.

  2. Linda says

    Some comments say this show is boring. I don’t know what show they are watching, but it can’t be Graceland. There is nothing boring about it. They are spending some time building the back-stories of the characters, but I find that interesting, not boring. I prefer characters with some depth over things blowing up all the time.

  3. Donna says

    Boring I to have turned it off. Needs more action and exciting shows. We have enough shows like one that do not make it. Make it more interesting and maybe…..

  4. Donna says

    Show has potential but right now its boring. Same thing every week and no action just yak yak yak. Better scripts and maybe it will last.

  5. Miki says

    Sorry to say it looked kind of boring. I turned it off–so did a friend of mine. I watch a lot of cop shows.

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