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A group of criminals team up to become a modern day Robin Hood group, robbing from the rich and unjust corporations to get justice for the ones they have wronged.
Nate Ford (Timothy Hutton)
Fixer/Team Lead (Mastermind)
Nate is a former insurance investigator. The company he worked for refused to pay for treatment for his son, and once his son died, he quit the job and disappeared. He was so well known amongst the criminal world that everyone knows his story. Now he organizes the newly formed team's operations.
Eliot Spencer (Christian Kane)
Street Sam (Hitter)
Eliot is the team's muscle. A martial arts expert, he is able to disarm a group of armed opponents in a flash. Not much is known about his back story yet, aside from being a fellow thief.
Alec Hardison (Aldis Hodge)
If you need work done on computers, Alec is your man. He has a history in all sorts of computer fraud, and serves as the team's hacker/technology guy.
Door's locked? Parker can get you in. Or around. Or over. She's seen using descent kits and lockpicks, understands security systems, and is your generally awesome thief. She also blew up her house when she was a kid. On purpose. For a stuffed animal.
Sophie Devereaux (Gina Bellman)
If you need someone to get close to your mark, Sophie's your woman. She is a terrible actor unless breaking the law, where she suddenly turns out oscar-worthy performances. Also has a history with Nate (they shot each other while he was investigating the theft of some Monet paintings).
The pilot played tonight on TNT, and was pretty good. A few lines/scenes here and there that were a bit over the top, but the show seems like a good bit of fun. Going to be showing Tuesdays at 10 from this point forward, and TNT has ordered 13 total episodes for the first season.