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      Season 1 – Due South

      1994 Crime Drama List
      68% 19 Reviews Tomatometer 86% Fewer than 50 Ratings Audience Score A modern day Dudley Do-Right, Constable Benton Fraser is a Canadian Mountie who goes to Chicago with his pet wolf to find his father's murderer. Extremely polite and moral, Fraser eventually teams up with streetwise Detective Ray Vecchio, choosing to stay in Chicago after uncovering corruption in the RCMP makes him persona non grata at home. Read More Read Less
      Due South — Season 1

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      Predictable and sweet-natured, Due South goes down easy thanks to Paul Gross' gallant charm.

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      Previous Episode 1 Aired Sep 22, 1994 Free Willie Fraser gets temporary custody of a 12-year-old purse snatcher who is connected to the armed robbery he and Ray are investigating. Details Episode 2 Aired Sep 29, 1994 Diefenbaker's Day Off Fraser and Ray investigate an insurance scam involving professional boxing while a wolf cruises Chicago looking for a good time. Details Episode 3 Aired Oct 6, 1994 Manhunt Fraser offers to help a former Mountie who is on the run when a serial killer he put away escapes from prison. Details Episode 4 Aired Oct 13, 1994 They Eat Horses, Don't They? The trail of bad meat that sickened a child leads Fraser and Ray to horse auctions; guests Kaye Ballard, Richard Moll. Details Episode 5 Aired Oct 20, 1994 Pizzas and Promises Fraser and Ray go under cover to expose a crooked auto dealership selling -- then stealing and recycling -- used cars. Details Episode 6 Aired Nov 3, 1994 Chinatown Fraser and Ray (Paul Gross, David Marciano) help a restaurant owner whose son has been kidnapped by the Chinese mob. Details Episode 7 Aired Nov 10, 1994 Chicago Holiday A mob killer tries to retrieve a matchbook's information; Fraser must chaperon a Canadian diplomat's wild daughter. Details Episode 8 Aired Nov 17, 1994 Chicago Holiday Ray manages to get his hands on the matchbook that could bring the city of Chicago crumbling down, while Fraser continues chaperoning the ambassador's wild daughter. Details Episode 9 Aired Dec 1, 1994 A Cop, a Mountie and a Baby Ray and Fraser search for the parents of an infant left in their car and discover the baby was headed for a black-market adoption. Details Episode 10 Aired Dec 15, 1994 The Gift of the Wheelman When three Santas rob a bank, the only witness who saw one of the suspects unmasked refuses to cooperate. Details Episode 11 Aired Jan 5, 1995 You Must Remember This Ray falls for a woman who saves his life and keeps mysteriously appearing during his investigation of a hit-and-run. Details Episode 12 Aired Jan 19, 1995 Hawk and a Handsaw Fraser goes under cover in a mental institution to investigate a series of strange happenings among the patients. Details Episode 13 Aired Feb 2, 1995 An Eye for an Eye Fraser and Ray (Paul Gross, David Marciano) teach a group of senior citizens to defend themselves against a mugger. Details Episode 14 Aired Feb 9, 1995 The Man Who Knew Too Little Ray reluctantly helps Fraser deliver an accused felon to Canadian authorities while ruthless thugs try to kill the criminal. Details Episode 15 Aired Feb 16, 1995 The Wild Bunch Diefenbaker, impounded after straying from the apartment, sniffs up dog poaching and defends a husky. Details Episode 16 Aired Mar 8, 1995 The Blue Line Fraser assumes the responsibility of protecting a childhood friend who has become a professional hockey star. Details Episode 17 Aired Mar 30, 1995 The Deal Fraser and Ray help a shoemaker being terrorized by a mobster who was a schoolyard bully Ray feared as a child. Details Episode 18 Aired Apr 6, 1995 An Invitation to Romance After delivering a package to the wrong woman, Fraser's attempts to retrieve it make the woman's suspicious fiance violent. Details Episode 19 Aired Jun 2, 1995 Victoria's Secret Fraser revives a relationship with a woman he once arrested, but when her ex-partner turns up dead, she vanishes and Fraser is a suspect. Details Episode 20 Aired Jun 2, 1995 Victoria's Secret Fraser revives a relationship with a woman he once arrested, but when her ex-partner turns up dead, she vanishes and Fraser is a suspect. Details Episode 21 Aired Jun 9, 1995 Letting Go While Fraser recuperates in the hospital after being shot, he takes interest in his physical therapist and an apparent blackmail. Details Episode 22 Aired Jun 16, 1995 Heaven and Earth Ray and Fraser enter the unknown when a derelict has visions about a kidnapping; Ray is in a frenzy trying to find out if Fraser has slept with his sister. Details Next
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      Previous Gail Pennington St. Louis Post-Dispatch At its best, Due South is funnier than any of the comedies up against it. Feb 24, 2021 Full Review Jonathan Storm Philadelphia Inquirer His honorable innocence works wonders with the crooks and crumb-bums, providing him with safe passage through the worst parts of town and providing us with plenty of smiles. Feb 24, 2021 Full Review William Thomas Empire Magazine At its worst, Due South is a witty and well-written genre hit; at its best, it's one of the most original and quietly influential shows of the mid-'90s. 4/5 Jun 11, 2019 Full Review Barry Garron Kansas City Star The ingredients blended perfectly earlier this year when Due South was shown as a two-hour movie. And it works every bit as well in a compact one-hour form. Feb 24, 2021 Full Review Bruce R. Miller Sioux City Journal Once the stereotypes are exhausted, what's left? A field trip to Winnipeg? C Feb 3, 2021 Full Review Robert Bianco Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Some people thought this made-in-Canada comedy was hilarious. I was not among them. Feb 3, 2021 Full Review Read all reviews Next
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      Season Info

      Executive Producer
      Paul Haggis, Paul Gross, R.B. Carney
      Screenwriter
      Julie Lacey, David Cole
      Network
      CBS
      Rating
      TV-PG
      Genre
      Crime, Drama
      Original Language
      English
      Release Date
      Sep 22, 1994
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