It is a series of dramatic and criminal events that speak of a youth team doing an exemplary duty by arresting lawbreakers and notorious criminals in South Texas. Using further investigations and daily follow-up, the team is working hard to obtain and reach these fugitives in the shortest possible time.
Action will only take the show so far, but eventually viewers need to care about the characters or they don't have a reason to keep watching and Chase turns into a show that gets watched as an afterthought, not as appointment viewing.
It consists mainly of that very thing we are often aphoristically asked to cut to, with just enough banter and back-story to let you know that these are in fact humans we are watching and not just exceptionally well-coordinated robot drones.
If you're looking for a quick refresher course in what the U.S. Marshals do for a living, or just need to know how many fugitives they caught last year, Chase could be the show for you. But if you're looking for actual TV entertainment? Heavens, no.