“The Glades” brings summer sunshine to TV fans again beginning Sunday
Summertime is no longer the vast wasteland for television fans that it used to be.
One of the most recent reasons for that is “The Glades,” which debuts the first episode of its second season at 9 p.m. Sunday on A&E.
In the series, Australian actor Matt Passmore plays Jim Longworth, a Chicago homicide detective who is falsely accused of sleeping with his former captain’s wife and relocates to the fictional town of Palm Glade, Florida.
Passmore excels at playing the detective, who is as quick-witted at solving murders as he is at making snappy commentary, whether it’s while he’s questioning suspects or dealing with his co-workers, which include his friend/golf partner and forensic medical examiner Carlos Sanchez (Carlos Gómez); lab tech Daniel Green (Jordan Wall); and his boss, Regional Director for the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, Colleen McManus (Michelle Hurd).
Then there’s Callie Cargill (Kiele Sanchez), a nurse and mother attending medical school who’s just as sharp as Longworth is – so, of course, she’s his love interest.
And, of course, as with most TV couples, there are complications involved in this romance.
For starters, Callie’s husband Ray (Clayne Crawford) was in prison when she met Jim, and at the end of last season when she and Jim had finally decided to make a serious go at their relationship and she was going to officially leave Ray, Callie learned her husband was going to be released.
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