OK, there are few programs much less TV about cleaners, much less cleaners who are cleaners. This one works. Good acting and an interesting plot. Can they keep it up? Who knows? But a good start.
Two in so who knows but its interesting this girl can act and quite beautiful but its TV and is a little over the top with a story thats pretty far fetched. It could be good or another 24.Hard to believe FOX got Elodie Yung to do this she's got an impressive motion picture resume.So after two episodes that were okay excited to see how it goes FOX postpones the 3rd episode for two weeks, way to be a buzz kill FOX.
Gutsy, novel, direct, raw. Cleaning crew of the maf and the baddest is usually behind the scene. This one plays both fore and front with her too calm nerves of steel and chill demeanor with a big ole medical scope as a badge of honor to boot. Can't wait to see how she's gonna turn the whole clan upside down. Good job. More Clorex please.
Loved Elodie Yung as Elektra in Daredevil. It was evident that she was not just choeographed, but her black belt in Karate shows. So - I have been looking forward to see her kicking butt once again.Is this show it? It's too early to tell. Even though they try to legitimize her criminal activities by "but I did it for my sick child", she's still on the wrong side of the law, and it's hard to root for her. And - while she does have impressing cleaning skills, I would much rather see her martial art skills. So many montages of her cleaning should be her doing roundhouse kicks instead. But that's not really her secret skill - her secret is, that she's actually a doctor. Let's see where this goes.
1. She is pulled away from her Jon but never lose her job
2. She here jhe there she is every where - at wook at the warehouse at the bowling alley ate
3.always has allthe equipment she needs immediately in her hand held cleaning basket4eveyorne wears a mask around her son but she doesnt always.5 Hi tech eqipment for her son on an entry level clean gig ?Naahhh Gues I will. Just skipthis oneas. Believable as a sub arctic snow storm in Austin Tx that freezes a lake over to a depth of 12 inches ovenrnght.
Really enjoyed the first episode. A mother would do anything for their kids. Also I'm liking the sexual energy between her and the hot latino criminal boss. I see something happening there in the future. This show has potential.
As a Filipino, the plight of my countries primary export: domestic help, is all too familiar. But this time it's not exactly that, but the story is about a Cambodian doctor educated and who emigrated from the Philippines.This story also takes me to a completely unfamiliar situation. Of course Vegas never disappoints as a backdrop for a story - but a cleaning lady playing the role of a strong, female character, as well as a mother, and a friend, without focusing attention to race or playing the victim card, is completely refreshing.
Interesting premise - cleaning lady forced to work for mobsters cleaning crimes scenes. Can't say I've seen that one before...I've only seen the first episode, so it's hard to judge how credible the plots are, but so far, so good. The acting is solid, the characters are sympathetic, and if the first episode is anything to go by, there's plenty of action and suspense.What I don't like is the cinematography. I can handle weird angles, slow-mo and the other nonsense cinematographers do to try to look artistic, but cutting off faces? An actor is talking and half their face is outside the shot? That's not artistic, it's stupid. But I'll admit that even though I find it incredibly annoying, it's a minor issue overall.I like this show. It's at least as good as anything else on network television right now.
I don't think I've ever seen this premise before - an illegal immigrant forced to become a crime scene cleaner for the mob. In this case, our cleaning lady is also a doctor, which is a lot more common for immigrants (legal or otherwise) than most people think. So I'm giving points for a premise that is both original and very plausible.The first episode had plenty of action and a bit of suspense, and a little social commentary in providing a small taste of what it's like to be an immigrant worker in the service industry.I did not care for the cinematography. Cutting off the actor's faces when they are speaking is not art; it's annoying. A shot showing half of a face (and this happened several times) in no way adds to the drama - it just looks like someone screwed up the shot.The first episode held my attention, and I will definitely continue watching.
Just saw the pilot episode of this new series, and I would say I can't wait to see the next few episodes. This series so far catches on the natural relationship of a true Filipino family in the US. I thought the writer/s were Filipinos. Awesome! Please keep on building the momentum! Kudos to the writers of the show!