The Catch, Season 1HDClosed Captioning
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Alice Vaughan is LA's top private investigator-- and the one woman you don't want to mess with. But when her fiance cons her out of millions and disappears, Alice goes on a private mission for payback. No matter where it leads or the secrets she must keep along the way, Alice will stop at nothing to catch her man.
|1||HDClosed CaptioningVideoThe Catch: Pilot||When Los Angeles private investigator Alice Vaughan is conned out of millions by her fiance, she suddenly becomes the victim and goes on a private mission for payback, stopping at nothing to catch her man. However, the FBI is also following his criminal activity across Europe and is closer than ever to capturing him, and hopes to elicit Alice's help in taking him down.||43:00||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|2||HDClosed CaptioningVideoThe Real Killer||Alice and the team take on a very public client, a husband who was wrongly imprisoned for murdering his wife. Alice is distracted with a mission of her own - to track down Ben and figure out his next move. Meanwhile, Ben, Margot and Reggie are in desperate need of cash since Alice foiled their last plan.||42:58||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|3||HDClosed CaptioningVideoThe Trial||Anderson Vaughan Investigations takes on a case that hits close to home when Valerie's estranged husband comes to them for help. Meanwhile, Alice follows her biggest lead yet in tracking down Ben, as he's in the midst of luring a Princess into a multimillion dollar fraudulent real estate investment.||43:03||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|4||HDClosed CaptioningVideoThe Princess and the I.P.||Anderson Vaughan and Associates take on a new client: A government agency that lost the only person with blueprints for a deadly weapon. Meanwhile, Ben continues to pursue his mark, and as he gets closer to making his deal, Alice proves she is one step ahead.||42:03||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|5||HDClosed CaptioningVideoThe Larágan Gambit||Alice and Valerie are shocked to discover their longtime political client is being blackmailed by compromising photos. Meanwhile, Margot and Ben's benefactor grows dangerously impatient, sending them on a high-stakes jewelry heist to recoup their debt. And, Alice's suspicion of Dao leads her to confide in Valerie.||42:36||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|6||HDClosed CaptioningVideoThe Benefactor||The AVI team takes on a new client, a female captain in the army, who is being harassed by her colleagues. Meanwhile, Alice makes a play on Ben that could put her in very serious danger, and Ben and Margot are shocked when an old friend comes to town.||42:03||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|7||HDClosed CaptioningVideoThe Ringer||AVI takes a case involving a missing child with parents embattled in a bitter divorce. Against their better judgment, Ben convinces Margot and Reggie to work a con for their benefactor, and Alice leads Dao into investigating Ben from a different angle.||43:03||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|8||HDClosed CaptioningVideoThe Package||Ben agrees to help Rhys with one of their biggest cons to date: to break Leah Wells out of FBI custody. Meanwhile, Sophie asks Alice and the AVI team to help a friend get out of a very bad contract, and, in doing so, they learn that Sophie has more tricks up her sleeve.||41:16||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|9||HDClosed CaptioningVideoThe Happy Couple||Ben makes a critical decision just as the matriarch of the Kensington Firm pays an unexpected visit that throws everyone off their game. Meanwhile, Alice has a breakthrough in therapy that helps her and her team get closer to taking down Ben's associates.||42:57||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|10||HDClosed CaptioningVideoThe Wedding||Sybil proves to be a formidable adversary and devises a well-orchestrated con that takes place at a high-profile wedding. Meanwhile, Alice finds herself in a precarious situation, and Ben puts everything on the line to keep her out of danger.||41:54||$2.99||View in iTunes|
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So much fun to watch! The great Mireille Enos needed a great show with a super cast & smart story. We're hooked after watching the pilot.
Thank you Shonda Rhimes!
Love The Catch. Kinda like an updated Thomas Crown Affair.
Love Shonda Rhimes - I love that she represents all peoples - white, black, men, women, etc… She isn't prejudice in any direction - finally a voice for all peoples! I always said, look at a person's actions, not anything else, for who a person is. I feel like Shonda presents a view of the human - not just a specific type of human. Her new show is super fun!
Smart, funny, exciting
So far I'm really enjoying the show!
Rimes's other shows have hooked me before, though,only to really disappoint me later, so I'm tentative about this one and its future. In the past, after I've gotten invested in her characters, the show then turns in an 'unexpected' direction that the writers think of as edgy but reads as unbelievable, and then does it repeatedly. As a result, in my eyes Scandal and How to Get Away With Murder didn't just jump the shark -- they jumped a veritable conga line of sharks, one after the other, until I turned the show off. Most of these were characterization flaws: 'we need something exciting to happen, so character x will kill someone (or sleep with someone; or sleep with someone and then proceed to kill them) even though they never showed any murderous inclinations until we decided Plot Needs to Happen.' It's probably effective as a money-making strategy. It probably brings more people to the show. But it's lousy writing, and it turned me and everyone I know away from these shows one at a time. Those shows are still on the air, so I'm pretty sure I am, if not alone in this view, then certainly in the minority, so take that with a grain of salt.
I really, really hope that kind of turnaround doesn't happen here. I find myself really invested in the main character, and while I don't like the villain/boyfriend deeply flawed, I find him sympathetic and engaging anyway. I like that the background characters at the main character's workplace have personalities of their own and there's obvious thought gone into their backstory.
The way they've chosen to film this, with the occasional split screens is different, but not distracting, and gives the work a James Bond-ish kind of vibe. The plots are clever, and the atmosphere is a little like a slightly more serious White Collar (or a MUCH more serious Leverage).
I hope it continues for a long time, but I also hope they don't randomly have Alicia shoot someone in the head with no explanation or begin to sleep with her boss for the LOLz.