CTV announced that, following its successful debut to 1.6 million viewers last week on Bravo and CTV, the second episode of Bravo original drama 19-2 will air on conventional television this Sunday, Feb. 9 at 8 p.m. ET on CTV. In this episode entitled, “Deer,” Ben’s (Jared Keeso, FALLING SKIES) life is in danger when a vandalism call spirals out of a control and a showdown between rival street gangs goes terribly wrong.
Set in Montréal, the authentic and gritty made-for-cable drama follows the lives of veteran city cop Nick Barron (Adrian Holmes, ARROW) and recently transferred rural officer, Ben Chartier (Keeso). Two men from very different worlds, Ben and Nick anchor this richly nuanced, character-driven drama that explores their journey as reluctantly partnered beat cops.
In Episode 3, airing Wednesday, Feb. 12 at 9 p.m. ET on Bravo, the first of the month brings “Welfare Day” to 19, Nick and Ben handle an array of belligerent civilians. The day caps off with a cataclysmic domestic disturbance which leads to an explosive encounter that forces Nick and Ben to choose between protecting a fellow officer, or pay the price demanded by the thin blue line.
Full episodes of 19-2 are available on Bravo.ca and the Bravo GO app following their broadcast premiere.
19-2 also stars Benz Antoine as troubled beat cop Tyler Joseph, reprising his role from the original Québec series; Bruce Ramsay(CONTINUUM) as manipulative District Commander Marcel Gendron;Conrad Pla (THE LISTENER) as Sergeant Julien Houle, who oversees Squad 19; Dan Petronijevic (SAVING HOPE) as the antagonistic J.M. Brouillard; Laurence Leboeuf (DURHAM COUNTY) as vivacious Audrey Pouliot; Maxim Roy (HEARTLAND) as Detective Isabelle Latendresse, Nick’s estranged wife; Mylène Dinh-Robic (THE LISTENER) as the no-nonsense Beatrice Hamelin; and Tyler Hines(SAVING HOPE) as young, rookie cop Vince Legare.