Based on the best selling novel by Lisa Moore, Caught follows David Slaney who escapes from jail and attempts to hook up with his partner for one last deal, meanwhile a detective with a score to settle is determined to bring him in.
Canada / CBC / 5×42 minutes / Broadcast 26 February – 25 March 2018
Allan Hawco as David Slaney
Eric Johnson as Brian Hearn
Paul Gross as Roy Patterson
Tori Anderson as Ada
1. The Break | Airdate: 26 February 2018
Locked up after a drug deal goes wrong, David Slaney, a Newfoundland drug dealer, makes a daring break from a New Brunswick prison to attempt one more deal with his former partner, while RCMP detective Roy Patterson is hot on his heels.
2. Old Wounds | Airdate: 5 March 2018
On the run from the cops, David Slaney is sent to Montreal by Brian Hearn to pick up money for a potential new deal. Complications arise when some extreme personal baggage is exposed between Hearn andSlaney. And things get worse when an old business acquaintance starts up trouble.
3. Just Trust Me | Airdate: 12 March 2018
Slaney and Tommy conjure their own plans against Hearn. Meanwhile, Hearn is in Mexico awaiting Slaney’s arrival and preparing for an upcoming drug deal. Things escalate quickly as RCMP detective Patterson and KC Williams decide to go undercover and follow Slaney in order to capture Brian Hearn.
4. Like Old Times | Airdate: 19 March 2018
While Slaney and Hearn prepare to meet a new supplier, Ada is enlisted to uncover Slaney’s true intentions.
5. Bone Dog | Airdate: 26 March 2018
Slaney heads to Columbia with Ada to pick up Hearn’s money, and with the DEA and the RCMP closing in on them, Slaney and Hearn face off in the Season 1 finale.
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