- Summary: William Banks (Benjamin Bratt) is a former drug addict out to help those addicted in this drama based in part on the life of William Boyd.
- Genre(s): Drama, Arts
- Show Type: Ended
- Season 1 premiere date: Jul 15, 2008
- Episode Length: 60
- Air Time: 10:00 PM
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10One of the most inspiring shows I've seen. Love it. I find it very realistic. The truth is that there are cleaners out there w ho are hired by families to help addicts get clean no matter what it takes. Bratt's portrayal of the ongoing struggle of recovery when you are knee deep in the mess you have made of your life, suffering the consequences, trying to help others, trying to live by the Steps and keep the faith--phenomenal. I think the typical television audience just wasn't ready for this trip.… Expand
AndyP.10What the press doesn't understand, and the viewers commenting here don't seem to get, is that this show is a remarkably real and honest portrayal of a man of faith struggling through life. Here's an idea for everyone going to a nice suburban church in the safe section of town where nobody can intrude on your ideal picture of life... show an episode of this the next time you have a study... and discuss. This show gets a remarkable conversation started if you're willing to listen - I think A&E is brave for putting it on the air with how raw it can be at some points - and I really appreciate that. The first season was fantastic and I can only hope that successive seasons will be just as good.… Expand
AndrewV.5Ambitious concept, unique idea, terrible writing and dialogue. This could be a good show, but the writers need to be fired. A procedural drama about drug addiction is intensely stupid, and borderline offensive.… Expand
DaveW2Veers between stupid sentimentality and grotesque heroic posturing. Waste of time.
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