In this drama series, Walter Clarke acts as the youngest police commissioner in the history of the New York Police, where he faces more serious challenges. Walter was a rising policeman who saved the life of his partner who was shot from a gang. Over time, Walter is promoted to the detective and displayed the position of his choice within a short period. Clark asks for a new investigative mission and proves his true ability.
The concept is clever and some of the cast is well above average but the writing, always the most important element of a TV show, is subpar with cliched dialogue that betrays any possible character development.
James and McBride make music together in the way you want any fictional cop partners to and it's a solid, meat-and-potatoes police procedural, and one that could potentially evolve into more depending on how the flash-forwards are used down the road.