Sofia Vergara presents Tricia Helfer in KILLER WOMEN (ABC TV) (2014)

By on February 13, 2014
Sofia Vergara presents Tricia Helfer in KILLER WOMEN (ABC TV)
Killer Women (2014)

Duration: 60 mins.
Genres: Action, Drama, Western
Directors: Various
Writers: Various
Cast: Tricia Helfer, Marta Milans, Marc Blucas
Trivia: Series produced by Sofia Vergara, star of Modern Family.

Storyline
Centers on Molly Parker, the only woman in the notoriously male Texas Rangers, a ballsy, beautiful badass who knows how to get to the truth and isn’t afraid to ruffle a few feathers on her way there.

 

Official Website: http://abc.go.com/shows/killer-women
Details:
Country: USA
Release Date: 7 January 2014 (USA)
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4 Comments

  1. jarvismethis

    February 13, 2014 at 5:41 am

    I was watching this with my son and we initially found it really corny. As we watched it further we started to like it and by the end we really liked it. Where in the world can you find a Heroine like that? Texas Ranger, beautiful, sexy, daughter of a millionaire, married to a congressman (in the process of being divorced), dating a daring DEA agent, impervious to bullets/lies/politics, and above all, plays the trumpet in a band!!! Indiana Jones doesn't even come close.

    This series is modern, sexy, Texas sized kitsch. Great shots of Texas and cowboy culture. I can't wait for my new super-heroine on the next episode.

    Keep up the great work!!!!

  2. oldmanlogan

    February 13, 2014 at 5:41 am

    Just watched the first episode of this new program and did not like it, at all. The leading lady is not believable — she's too feminine to play this character, like closing her eyes when she shoots a gun and looking very awkward doing it. She just doesn't look tough as she be for the character. It's also ridiculous to believe that two people — a man and this woman — could break into a Mexican cartel fortress to rescue two people and were successful at it. Then her boss tells her at the end of the program that if he ever learns that she went across the border to rescue those two people, that she'd be fired. I wonder what he thought might have happened if it was her — the big bad female ranger.

  3. cherrybomb

    February 13, 2014 at 5:41 am

    OK, so she's driving away from a bunch of automatic gun-wielding Mexican drug dealers and then she pulls out a grenade launcher and blows up a gas tank….Yes, it's cheesy and over-dramatic but I liked it!

    The main character is a strong female with a knack for badassery and trouble, in the name of justice of course. I love that the series showcases tons of headstrong women. While I thought that the title was stupid to say the least, I'm glad I gave it a chance. If you like Charlie's Angels then you will probably like this show.

    What has bothered me most about the show is that she has failed to divorce her ex-husband, the whole thing is quite ridiculous. She prances around telling all the victims about how they have to be strong and how her husband beat her but she doesn't do anything. All characters need their flaws, but her inability to rid her awful husband is dumb and not very believable.

    8 out of 10. Entertaining, but it has it's flaws.

  4. jarvismethis

    February 13, 2014 at 5:41 am

    I'll admit the pilot episode was overly dramatic, over acted, and hard to believe. 4 people in a car in a confined space being shot at by a dozen automatic weapons and nobody gets hit? Maybe that's just someones idea of attracting viewers (doesn't work for me) or something, but the next episode wasn't so cheesy. I'll continue to watch until it goes south again. There's also a back story going on concerning her marriage that is interesting. I'm interested in seeing where that's going as well. Since I live in Texas it's interesting to see if they get their facts concerning the state accurate. So far they have. In summary, there's enough there to keep my interest I'll give it a few more episodes before I totally decide if I'll keep watching or not.

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