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Review L.A.’s Finest


Airing 2 seasons of 26 episodes, it sees Jessica Alba (Nancy McKenna) and Gabrielle Union (Sydney Burnett) become formidable, independent and intelligent detectives.

LA Finest

Many action scenes, car chases, explosions, women’s martial arts, arguably became a successful label series.

LA Finest

Airing 2 seasons of 26 episodes, it sees Jessica Alba (Nancy McKenna) and Gabrielle Union (Sydney Burnett) become formidable, independent and intelligent detectives. The storyline will bring the audience to the lives of two female detectives in the city of Los Angeles, USA. Due to their ability to act and handle cases, the villains are quite reluctant and afraid of these two characters.

The series is part of the Bad Boy Universe, a spin-off of the Bad Boys franchise created by George Gallo.

In the first season, there will be many scenes that relate this character to the scenes in the Bad Boys series, but in the second season it feels like the two characters are fused so that the comparison of the drama scene with the action feels more balanced. No less interesting also many humor inserts in the second season, here are also undercover scenes to dismantle the drug syndicate.

The second common thread of the season is indeed the drug problem following the government bureaucracy that provides a negotiating space that sometimes feels annoying.

The first season shows how Sydney Burnett is a former DEA agent who was shot and tortured while being held by a drug cartel. Later, after recovering, he became an LAPD detective and got co-worker Nancy McKenna.

Nancy McKenna is a stepmother and has had a pretty complicated life in the past. But he is able to understand the mental state and mind of teenagers, the dialogues are quite straightforward and acceptable by his stepdaughter Named Isabel “Izzy” McKenna (played by Sophie Reynolds), and they are good friends even sometimes make Patrick McKenna (played by Ryan McPartlin) surprised and speechless.

Sydney Burnett and Nancy McKenna are really different working partners in nature and character. But Nancy always did everything she could to protect Sydney, which seemed to be in disobedience and disobeying protocol while on duty. Throughout the first season, it is shown how the process of closeness, trust and kink between the two characters slowly awakens and eventually unites them into a large family.

Each has a past and when the past intersects, the audience is presented with fun scenes that are able to make you feel at home watching until the end of the story.

It is also interesting to see that the female characters in this film are on average skilled and sharp-minded and intelligent. It feels thick element of “woman power” , so it does not look streotype female roles like in the detective series in general. In some scenes it is also shown how Izzy is able to provide solutions to a problem. It was also shown because of Sydney and Nancy’s reliability in the task, making them leaders in the team’s ongoing task.

Both characters also bring a new color in the world of television, because the characters are told ethnically Latin and also black, is something new, after all this time dominated by ethnic white characters. It has also always been proud of both Jessica Alba and Gabrielle Union, when it comes to the series.

In the final episode of the first season, it is seen that the series will continue with the second season, because there is a murder case that must be traced and sought a solution. But not so with the end of the second season episode, the ending feels hanging and somewhat forced making the series forced to get a decreased rating from its fans when compared to the first season.

The series was created by Brandon Margolis and Brandon Sonnier. Produced by legendary figure Jerry Bruckheimer, who has successfully produced series set in police life such as CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, CSI: Miami, CSI: NY, CSI: Cyber, Without a Trace, Cold Case.

The big screen films were also widely liked by audiences such as Beverly Hills Cop, CSI, Enemy of the State, Crimson Tide, Armageddon, Gone in 60 Seconds, and many others that became the talk of the audience who watched.