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Rumson graduate Megan Douty named to All-World Women’s Lacrosse team
WATCH: 2017 Lacrosse Players of the Year have a moment in the spotlight
Rumson-Fair Haven’s Elizabeth Scarrone and Manasquan’s Jarrett Birch each took home the 2017 APP Player of the Year trophy for their sports.
For Megan Douty, an average day of training to be a top lacrosse player starts at the crack of dawn, while much of her neighborhood is still asleep.
After getting out of bed and brushing her teeth, Douty heads downstairs to have her preworkout meal, usually a Spark Energy Drink or a meal replacement shake to go along with eggs and oatmeal. She then heads over to UnitedX Strength and Conditioning, a gym owned by her friend and business partner Alex Marino, to begin her morning workout.
When training, Douty isn’t one to spend a long time doing one particular exercise. She prefers to work in a fast-pace, Olympic-style environment, never doing more than a few sets at a time. She also is motivated to perform better than everyone else around her, whether they be mothers, fathers, children or her own friends.
“Everyone in the room is working toward a specific goal,” she said. “Mine is to be the best player in the gym.”
Douty’s rigorous training routine has led to success on the international stage. Recently, she competed in the Women’s Lacrosse World Cup in England, helping the United States national team go 8-0 to win a gold medal. Playing mainly as a defender, she is a crucial part of the team’s high-pressure system that works to employ constant defense that forces opposing teams to use faster tactics.
“It’s all about being a unit, especially on the defensive end,” Douty said. “If we all buy into the system designed for us, we’re going to be great.”
At the end of the tournament, Douty was given perhaps the most desired award the sport could offer: She was named to the Women’s All-World team, an honor reserved for the 11 best female lacrosse players in the world.
“It was a complete shock,” Douty said. “I was so happy to win the World Cup, and now it was like a cherry on top to be a part of the world’s best players.”
If Douty was surprised to find herself on the list of the best lacrosse players in the world, at least she was not alone at the award ceremony. Six of her teammates also were named to the All-World Team: Goaltender Devon Wills, midfielders Taylor Cummings and Ally Carey, attackers Kayla Treanor and Michelle Tumolo, and fellow defender Jen Russell.
“We were happy to be up there together,” Douty said. “It’s great that everyone is recognized for their achievements during a tough tournament.”
Douty’s journey toward lacrosse stardom began in fourth grade, when she first began to play the sport. Though she immediately loved the sport, she did not spend her time in middle school dreaming about international success, instead focusing on making the Rumson Fair-Haven varsity lacrosse team in her freshman year of high school.
While playing for the Bulldogs, Douty showed her talent by tallying more than 100 goals and 200 takeaways, as well as being named to the All-Shore Conference first team three times. Eventually, she set her sights on winning a state championship and later continuing her career playing at the University of Maryland.
As a member of the Terrapins, Douty would become an instant starter, playing in every game in her freshman year. She went on to rack up several significant awards, such as the 2014 ACC Defender of the Year and First Team All-ACC (Maryland switched to the Big Ten Conference after the season), and the 2015 Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year with All-Big Ten honors, while studying to help athletes in the health and fitness field.
“I basically did whatever it took to play at the high level of Maryland,” said Douty, who majored in kinesiology, or the movement of the body. “I continued to work hard every single day while studying in all my classes.”
For now, Douty will continue to work at All Lax. Her ultimate goal, she says, is for lacrosse to be added to the Olympics, with the hope that she still will be in shape to play when that happens. But even if she cannot make the Olympics, Douty is committed to training other girls to perhaps play in the Games one day, while working every day to extend her own career.
“I’m going to continue to play for as long as I can,” she said. “I would love to create the memories of this summer again.”
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HOPKINTON resident Angad Mokha recently graduated from ADELPHI UNIVERSITY in Garden City, New York.
MARLBOROUGH residents Tyler Adkins, Ryan MacGlashing, Philippe McDonald, Paul Rocheleau, Arin Smalls and Alec Turner; NORTHBOROUGH residents Michael Belliveau, Alyssa Coyne, Philip Guarino and Jacquelyn Lambert; NATICK residents Emeritt Blaney, Abigail Kiggen and Madeline Mastrianni; SHREWSBURY resident Michael Millette and Seamus White; WESTBOROUGH residents Jacob Borgia and Mercedes Lahaie; HUDSON resident Nicholas Chaves and Adam O’Neill; SUDBURY residents Lauren Cole and Nicole Johnston; ASHLAND resident John Leary; CONCORD resident Pierce McNally; FRAMINGHAM resident Michael Stournaras; HOLLISTON resident Erika Bridges; HOPKINTON resident Maria Parfenova; SOUTHBOROUGH resident James Rizzitano; and WAYLAND resident Joshua Chen recently graduated from BRYANT UNIVERSITY in Smithfield, Rhode Island.
SHREWSBURY residents Michael Millette, Seamus White, Alexa Zarozny, Srujana Tammisetti, Nilanjana Nambiar, Alyson Snell, Saketh Dantuluri and Divya Addepalli; WESTBOROUGH residents Mercedes Lahaie, Ryan Guilbeau, Cameron Pelkey and Lauren Chandler; NORTHBOROUGH residents Jacquelyn Lambert, David Poretsky and Kevin Tucker; HOPKINTON residents Dennis Field, Jacqueline Zeigler and Benjamin Morey-Beale; and SOUTHBOROUGH residents James Rizzitano were recently named on the dean’s list for the spring semester at BRYANT UNIVERSITY.
ASHLAND resident Elizabeth Knyazhitsky, CONCORD resident Miles Inman, HUDSON resident Matthew Sprague and SOUTHBOROUGH resident James Rizzitano was recently named on the president’s list for the spring semester at BRYANT UNIVERSITY.
College of William and Mary
CONCORD resident Jillian O’Neil; HOPKINTON resident Alexa Benack; NATICK resident Ellen O’Hare; SUDBURY resident Laine Duncan; WAYLAND residents Sabra Ellison and Aviva Pansovoy; WESTBOROUGH resident Caitlin Maria; and WESTON residents Emily Faucett and Benjamin Tager were recently named on the dean’s list for the spring semester at the COLLEGE OF WILLIAM AND MARY in Williamsburg, Pennsylvania.
CONCORD residents Carson Blackshaw, Alicia Siekman and Emma-Sofia Wipper; SOUTHBOROUGH residents Bryan Ackil and Mary Flathers; WAYLAND resident Katherine Wetzel; and WESTON resident Timothy Pesek were recently named on the dean’s list for the spring semester at CONNECTICUT COLLEGE in New London, Connecticut.
CONCORD residents Haakon Brooks and Ella Griffiths; FRAMINGHAM resident Imogen Morehouse; HOPKINTON residents Haley Goldner and Devon Rancourt; NATICK residents Samantha Barthand and Rachel Schultze; SHREWSBURY resident Kathleen Fujimori; SOUTHBOROUGH resident Haley Michel; SUDBURY residents Joshua Kateman and Sohan Mewada; WAYLAND residents Emma Diianni, Madison Lehr, Dale Lippincott and Corinne Neumeyer; WESTBOROUGH resident Juliana LeBlanc; and WESTON resident Zoe Walker were recently named on the dean’s high honor list for the spring semester at CONNECTICUT COLLEGE.
SOUTHBOROUGH resident Alexis Cagan was recently named on the dean’s list for the spring semester at DEPAUW UNIVERSITY in Greencastle, Indiana.
SHREWSBURY residents Katelyn Fiore, Julia Sena, Erin Purcell, Angela Rezuke, Angela Coello, George Kachadoorian and Hannah Pennings; FRAMINGHAM residents Hunter Yearsley, Victoria George, Natali Gevorgyan and Yonara Balcos; WESTBOROUGH resident Kayla Jordan, Samuel Anzede, Cassidy Shannon, Madeleine Graves-Witherell, Alyssa Hogan and Cassidy Lattanzio; ASHLAND residents Benjamin Savage, Isabelle Agostinelli and Giovanna Stefanini; CONCORD residents Addison Hagan and Jason Fletcher; MARLBOROUGH residents Rebecca Aguiar and Mary Stewart; NATICK residents Brooke Lallensack and Ella Reddin; HOPKINTON residents Megan Canfield; HUDSON resident Brianna Cabral; NORTHBOROUGH residents Edward Newbould; and WAYLAND resident Zachary Blumberg were recently named on the dean’s list for the spring semester at EMMANUEL COLLEGE in Boston.
FRAMINGHAM residents Allyson Concetti, Kevin Vacaro and Shelby Weeks; HOPKINTON resident Natalie Shambo; HUDSON residents Megan Miller and Olivia Smith; MARLBOROUGH residents Owen Cappadona, Catherine Glennon, Danielle Jusseaume, Rosemary Karanja and Abigail Skarin; SHREWSBURY residents Monica Jagoda, Margaret Power and Ana Santos; SOUTHBOROUGH resident Nicole Winkler; and SUDBURY residents Katherine Drumm-Schwartz, Katherine Drumm-Schwartz, Ingrid Hjerpe, Alyssa Lee and Austin Sforza recently graduated from ENDICOTT COLLEGE in Beverly.
CONCORD residents Samantha Gutch, Katherine Horcher, Ethan MacPhee and Timothy Richardson; FRAMINGHAM residents Trey Adrian and Sophia Moise; HOLLISTON resident Sarah O’Neill; HOPKINTON residents Brigid Belger, Julia Canestrari, Andrew D’Alleva, Alexandra Graeber, Cecily McNamara, Alexandria Power and Lily Rancatore; HUDSON residents Claudia Caputo, Lauren Gasek, Megan Leahy and Alexa Lehan; MARLBOROUGH residents Collin Craig and Reese Grinnell; NATICK residents Caroline Benjamin, Megan Blair, Katherine Dunlap and Brigid Whelan; SHREWSBURY residents Alexander Abramo, Zachary Fijol, Joseph Flionis, Sophia Flionis, Abby McCarthy, Jack Scannell, Caleigh Snyder and Spencer Walnista; SOUTHBOROUGH residents Abigail Araujo, Jonathan Bocamazo, Johanna Casey and Garrett Hodgkins; SUDBURY residents Margot Costa, Gabriella DeSantis, Christopher Ganio, Abigail Hayes, Francoise Hultin, Ryan Immerman, Ailish O’Beirne and Cameron Simmons; WAYLAND residents Emily Hanania and Isabel Steneri; WESTBOROUGH residents Ryann Barton, Kayla Beckman, Jack Brosnihan, Kayla Brosnihan, Audrey Didier, Brendan Gately, Owen Gately, Carolyn McDermott and Gregory Xenos; and WESTON residents Juliet Casey and William Dubin were recently named on the dean’s list for the spring semester at FAIRFIELD UNIVERSITY in Fairfield, Connecticut.
NATICK residents Jason Chase and Rebecca Gillis, SUDBURY residents Samantha Kateman and Brianna Stokes, CONCORD resident Matthew Moreau, HOPKINTON resident James Desmond and WESTON resident David Maimon were recently named on the dean’s list for the spring semester at GETTYSBURG COLLEGE in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.
SHREWSBURY residents Leah DeHaemer and Manasvi Vietla and SUDBURY resident Joseph Gilberto were recently named on the provost’s list for the spring semester at HOFSTRA UNIVERSITY in Hempstead, New York. The provost’s list recognizes students who have earned a perfect 4.0 GPA.
SHREWSBURY residents Kassandra Goodniss and Eleni Kachadoorian; WESTBOROUGH residents Elizabeth Buttiglieri, Jack Goodman and Damien Moore; FRAMINGHAM resident Brandon Santos; HOPKINTON residents Elizabeth Henneberry; NATICK residents Jordan McLaughlin; WAYLAND resident Matthew Elbing were recently named on the dean’s list for the spring semester at HOFSTRA UNIVERSITY.
ASHLAND resident Kevin Rabidou recently participated in McDaniel College’s Student-Faculty Collaborative Summer Research Program. Rabidou collaborated on “Generalizations of Waring’s Problem” with Spencer Hamblen, associate professor of mathematics & computer science.
Plymouth State University
FRAMINGHAM residents Ethan Charles and Isabella Stanizzi were recently named on the dean’s list for the spring semester at PLYMOUTH STATE UNIVERSITY in Plymouth, New Hampshire.
Rochester Institute of Technology
SHREWSBURY residents Manya Sankaran, Aditya Gopinath and Jin Jin Heipler; FRAMINGHAM residents Louise Applegate and Nikita Pal; HOPKINTON resident Kira Hanson; MARLBOROUGH resident Anmol Modur; NATICK resident Andrew Rosato; SOUTHBOROUGH resident Stephen Dahlstrom; WAYLAND resident Annie Ge; and WESTBOROUGH resident Audrey Rovero recently graduated from the ROCHESTER INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY in Rochester, New York.
SHREWSBURY residents Natalie Siwek, Jared Ross, Michael Stearns, Jin Jin Heipler, Hannah Henczel, Jack Doyle and Caitlin Mooney; NORTHBOROUGH residents Maura Mulligan, Nicole English, AJ Biswas and Dan Kaminsky; MARLBOROUGH residents Addie Beishline, Ian Minier, Julia Smolowitz and Ryan Lynch; ASHLAND residents Alex Vernes, Alex Pecze and Aoife Cannon; CONCORD residents Blake Wesel, Whit Feather and Liam MacLean; FRAMINGHAM residents Nikita Pal, Lauren Casale and Max Morales; HOLLISTON residents Thomas Murphy, Drew Mahoney and Kyra Allen; HOPKINTON residents Charlie Baker, Jack McCabe and Kira Hanson; HUDSON residents Matthew Bennett and Siobhan Gannon; SOUTHBOROUGH residents Will Goss, Alexi Wong and Stephen Dahlstrom; NATICK residents Ben Gerrard and Collin Newman; SUDBURY residents Josh Brener; WESTBOROUGH residents Brunon Sztuba, William Savage, Kevin Martin and Matt Buffo; WAYLAND residents Annie Ge and Jakob Warner; and WESTON resident JD Bartholomew were recently named on the dean’s list for the spring semester at ROCHESTER INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY.
Roger Williams University
FRAMINGHAM residents Katherine Castro, Thomas Demarco, Madelyn Malieswski and Alyssa Nee; HOPKINTON resident Ryan Bannon, Justin Blanchard, Luke Lukose, Kyle Rector and Ryan Wolfe; SHREWSBURY residents Aidan Brown, Kailey Fife, Laura Giordano, Holly Harris, Matthew Ruch, Kyle Simmons and Ryan Smolinsky; SUDBURY residents Mikala Bartley, Erin Durning, James Lee and Catherine Oppenheim; ASHLAND resident Hannah Abdou; CONCORD resident Dylan Booth; HOLLISTON residents Erica Chipman and Jordan Kogan; HUDSON residents Emily Chaves, Nicole Salvia and Jonathan Tetreault; MARLBOROUGH residents Thomas Gatzunis and Alana Polcari; NATICK residents Bradley Palmer, Alexa Quattrocchi and Michael Romagnoli; SOUTHBOROUGH resident Caleigh Logan; WAYLAND residents Robert Libertini and Carmen Mei; and WESTON resident John Giacalone recently graduated from ROGER WILLIAMS UNIVERSITY in Bristol, Rhode Island.
St. Anselm College
SHREWSBURY resident Colleen Farrell was recently inducted into the New Hampshire Beta chapter of Pi Gamma Mu, an international honor society for social sciences, for the 2020-21 academic year at ST. ANSELM COLLEGE in Manchester, New Hampshire.
FRANKLIN resident Emma Goulet was recently accepted into Sigma Pi Sigma, a national honor society for physics, for the 2020-21 academic year at ST. ANSELM COLLEGE.
NATICK resident Julia Mariano and SOUTHBOROUGH resident Bridget Monaghan were recently accepted into the Tau chapter of the Delta Epsilon Sigma National Scholastic Honor Society for the 2020-21 academic year at ST. ANSELM COLLEGE.
MARLBOROUGH resident Madison Hediger and SOUTHBOROUGH resident Bridget Monaghan were recently accepted into the Chi Zeta Chapter of Beta Beta Beta, a national biological honor society, for the 2020-21 academic year at ST. ANSELM COLLEGE.
ASHLAND residents Fatima Sohail Ahmed, Jason Chadwick Arms, Armen Kevork Bazarian, Emily Daria Berestesky, Joseph Paul Berthiaume, Olujimi Brown, Kaley Isabel Brudner, Nicole Ilene Brudner, Niles Z. Chen, Elizabeth Lily Davtyan, Marcella Lee Domiciano, John Michael Donovan, Marisa Drozeck, Alon Efroni, Anna Fedorov, Adam L. Finke, Eryn Ann Flynn, Regan M. Flynn, Liam Connor Gallinagh, Anastasia Galperina, Katherine Gore, Michelle A. Grasberger, Jessica Natalie Grocer, Leah Jeanne Handelman, Rebecca Jeanne Handelman, Sophie Elizabeth Hoffmann, Aadish Joshi, Edita Kaplun, Kaylee Noreen Kaveney, Noah Alexander Kopp, Francena Michelle Krauss, Thomas Labb, Wilson Lin, Erin Nicole Mahan, Maitreya Mahesh Marathe, Margaret Cody Marsh, Elizabeth Ann Mawrey, Matthew Nicholas Maxwell, Maria Rose Minucci, Brynn Elizabeth Moriarty Jr., Mary O’Connell, Olivia Camille Palmer, Hailey Marie Paolini, Karley Marie Peckham, Benjamin Paul Pepper, Emily J. Pepper, Caroline Stewart Priest, Jessica Ann Rodrigues, Adam Riley Schuler Sr., Samantha Anise Schultz, Luke Edward Schwerzler, Nicole Anastasia Savitri Shahid, Ashwin Jay Shandilya, Julia Rose Sicard, Kendra Marie Sleeper, Millan Taranto, Albert Michael Thomas Jr., Dawn Elza Varughese, Pranav Krishna Viswanathan, Lucy Summers Watt and Tara R. Yadav; FRAMINGHAM residents Samuel Louis Abramson, Giovanni Josiah Aga, Laura Lana Agarkov, Alisson Michelle Aleman, Babak Austin Amini, Inbar Artzi, Cora Faith Baker, David O. Bamgbowu, Colin J. Beatty, Victoria E. Boyne, Shoshana M. Buck, Benjamin David Burgess, William Stewart Callahan, Emily Mae Canty, Hannah Grace Carroll, Kalena Nicole Chin, Livia Pereira Coelho, Patrick John Conzo, Hannah Maria Cosgrove, Jonathan Matthew Dees, Emma Koh Dennis, Miriam Kawada DeSouza, Julianna Rose DiBona, Wilfredo A. Dilan, Marvyn Alan Dorchin, Chad Lloyd Douty, Mikayla Marlee Dresser, Kathleen Ann Ellsworth, Tallulah Grace Fair, Pablo Fernandez, Benjamin Hammond Fortin, Renata Andrade Franca, Maxwell Dane Frantzen, Emma B. Freedlander, Ryan W. Gallagher, Joseph Richard Garcia, Christian Anthony Garcia, Rodynetsky Glaure, Paige Meredith Goldstein, Timothy James Goliger, Jennifer Dorrine Gove, Shelby Elizabeth Graf, Hiren Kumar Gugnani, Elizabeth Hope Hardy, Fiana Sophie Herscovici, Alexander Hickey, Brooke Gwyneth Dawn Holman, Jared Robert Huie, Richa Jain, Nathan H. James, Sereen Jarrar, Kerri Lynn Johnson, Suzanne Ariadne Julakis, Nyindu Mawerere Kabangu Jr., Maya Marie Kawakami, Emerson George Kiefer, Miya Suzuki Laughlin, Daniel Lavitman, Mark Samuel Lieberman, Isabella Rose Locke, Owen Fergus Ludlam, Trevor Shea Ludlam, Matthew Christopher Lyons, Kate Emily Marchetti, Nathan Anthony Martinez, Bridget Rose McDonald, Sophie Rose Meltzer, Annabel Rachael Mendum, Alexander Theodore Moore, Sadaf Nasiri, Peter Pahud Nguyen, Nicholas George Novello, Erick Oliveira, Maxwell Olson, Nicholas Robert Paget, Uday Paresh Patel, Jigar Paresh Patel, Louise Marla Pessote, Libby Catherine Phipps, Grace A. Poku, Brendan Danxiong Qi, Erez Rabinovitz, Andrea Rosalina Ramirez Franco, Rossy Marianne Ramirez Warren, Elienishka Ramos Torres, Shivani Bhavesh Ray, Sophie Michelle Rich, Guilherme Mesquita Rocha, Vicky Salhotra, Joseph Taiyo Shapiro, Arielle J. Shek, Grace June Sherwood, Hannan H. Sirak, Luke H. Spring, Luke David Steede, John Charles Steenbruggen Jr., Alexis Marie Stournaras, Anjali Toly, Brian Joseph Tosi, William Deerfield Trischitta, Maxwell Evan Troderman, Jacqueline Helene Velardo, Alexandra Irene Velev, Tovah Lee Weinstein, Samuel James Whiting, Kayla Nancy Whitney, Alexa Malai Wilcox, Brendan D. Wilcox, Tristan Lee Wilcox, Joseph M. Wolpert, Kayla Amanda Wong and Alexander Dmitrievich Yakovlev Logan; HOLLISTON residents Kevin Belyea, Ryan Benco, Samantha Benhardt, Isabella Dufresne Xiao Ceresia, Emeline Chang, Joshua William Cohen, William E. Crowley III, Abigail June Curto, Ian Bryce Davis, Vedang Vivek Diwanji, Jessica Ann Durkee, Braedon Robert Feddersen, Anne Elizabeth Gallivan, Sydney Patricia Halchuk, Meghan Elizabeth Halpern, Sara Ann Kenney, Brooke Haley Kokar, Stephanie Grace Lamkin, Eva Le, Shane Michael Leary, Kacie Li, Keefer Li, Bridget Mary Lombardi, Grace Elizabeth Lucey, Grace E. Luczkow, Emily McConnell, Caroline Patricia McShane, Shannen M. Murphy, Michael James Nash, Catherine Ann Olson, Charlotte Elisabeth Olson, Zachary H. Pessin, Amelia Porter, Allison C. Powell, Henry L. Powell, Tess Elizabeth Powers-Lagos, Timothy Michael Ringie, Sophie Rose Ryan, Abigail Jean Sayers, Margot K. Schwarz, Bradford Kappler Seymour, Matthew Richard Tomacelli, Abigail E. Turcotte and Michael Benjamin Wexler; HOPKINTON residents Freeman J. Alfano, Molly Kiley Andrews, Julia Beth Annenberg, Hayden Alexander August, Haley Rebekah Auslander, Kalina Lynne Bergmann, Haley Elizabeth Bernardo, Aayushi Berry, Jade Mary Bolger, Tess Riley Bouvier, John Bernard Buday, James Marshall Cavallo, Alan Yu Chen, Jordyn Rose Cheverie, Olivia Coelho, Ryan Gregory Covino, Maeve Nicola Cross, Brett Roland Daley, Michael Domingo, Anne Estelita Feather, Natalia Gomez Donate, Christopher Joseph Hadley, Lauren Elizabeth Hamm, David James Hart, Robert J. Hart, Zachary Andrew Holbrow, Zachary M. Horgan, An-Chi Angel Huang, Luke Anthony Joseph, Devin Patrick Kelly, Victoria Floyd Kray, Alexandra Angel Lazarov, Jake David Leblanc, Allison Elizabeth Leeret, Madeline Margaret Mace, Justin Hue Bok Mak, Sophia Noor Malik, Gianna Mangano, Dawson McMillan, Emma Katherine Margaret Meek, Samuel Joseph Morningstar, Peter Morse, Hannah Rose Murphy, Robert Michael Pagliuca, Ryan Matthew Palmer, Astha Harish Parmar, Kyle Learned Perkins, William G. Quinlan, Devontae Rivera, Jack Anthony Rodgers, Danielle Jean Sullivan, Amber Ann Walsh, Patrick Allan Webb and Emily Elizabeth Whelan; HUDSON residents Jake Antonio Andrade, Erin Mary Cardoza, Christopher Argeo Cellucci, Annie Ying Chen, Christopher John Ciancarelli, Jack C. Coletti, Daniel Thomaz DaCosta, Michael Gerard Davis, Andressa de Oliveira, Omkar Shailesh Desai, Adam John Devlin, Mohini Ghoshroy, Jessica Gordon, Madeline Jean Hay, Hailey Laflamme, Chaia Nicole Leibowitz, Christopher George Lenox, Kate Irene Scott, Kriti Singh, Darla Lynn Sutton, Fabiano Pereira Teixeira, Joshua Teixeira and Madeline Gloria Vareschi; MARLBOROUGH residents Gabrielle Elizabeth Alonzi, Elizabeth Margaret Anderson, Inez Carmen Arellano, Taylor Michael Bahn, Shawn Paul Barlow, Vitor C. Barros, Noelle Camryn Bass, Gracie Mae Becker, Kathleen Mary Binkewicz, Victoria Alexa Breitenfeld, Nicholas Christian Lester Wil Buckley, Kyle Joseph Paul Carroll, Gabryela F. Carvalho, Sophia Christine Chryssanthacopoulos, Zachary Moshe Danaceau, Victoria Ann Delano, Jillian Elise Dion, Taylor Clare Dudek, Nicole Ellen Galliac, Eizerel Andes Gatdula, Rohan Goyal, John Edwards Harvey V, Annelise Kristine Holmi, Rachel Jasmine Jakson, Rebecca Jane Jakson, Rianna Jade Jakson, Jaelyn Kassoy, Adithya Kethu, Jonathan Taegyu Kim, Mariana Kotsifakis-Henriquez, Anna Meegan Litteer, Danielle Nicole MacCormac, Jennifer Lacerda Maciel, Emily D. Mague, Connor Joseph McCabe, Jacob Terence McCabe, Ryan Dodge Miller, Nicholas Joseph Minnucci, Nayonni Corbelli Martins Moreira, Brunno Silva Oliveira, Regan Taylor Parker, Nikhil Rajan Patel, Harrison Lee Paul, Herzen Reis, Amanda Ferreira Silva, Clara Margaret Silverstein, Sahana Sule, Jack Richard Tobin, Emily Tolland, Sarah Dorothy Tolland, Dinh Dinh Ton, Jack L. Vassiliadis, Mai Vuong, Quinn Sophie Wadas and Sarah Patricia Zagzoug; NATICK residents Nicole Marie Aube, Aashini H. Bala, Talia Claire Bastian, Flora Katharine Bilis-Gruson, Esha K. Budhiraja, Marie Lorraine Canty, Emily Dawn Chalfin, Jake Theodore Cohen, Joseph Taylor Colman, John Dunnigan Curley, Christian G. D’Antonio, Shayna Leigh Deltano, Rachel Deng, Kyle Edward DeWitt, Shane W. Dua, Olivia Hoy Dussault, Abigail Rose Elliott, Carly A. Erickson, Aidan Erickson-Mullane, Patrick Michael Evers, Erin Irene Fahy, Felix Joseph Ferrucci, Maximilian Benjamin Ferrucci, Rebekah Claire Forrest, Matthew Thomas Garcia, Ivan Garcia Alvarez, Jordan Ashley Gervitz, Juliana Glancy Green, Gabriella Maria Christina Gutierrez, Caitlin Marie Hannon, Sarah Rose Henderson, Timothy D. Horton, Vanessa Adjoua Isbrandt, Benjamin David Kaplan, Arshia Kaur, Ellen Elizabeth Kiernan, Kiara Isabella Killelea, Alexander Paul Laurent, Brooke Charlotte LeBlanc, Desirae Gabrielle Lee, Robert Thaddeus Lewandowski, Joyce Libbin, Joseph Jacob Maloyan, Conor Michael McDonough, Matthew C. McGurk, Bellis Min, Jack Lyman Morrison, Sarah Marie Naughton, Eli Labb Nottonson, Brendan Robert O’Loughlin, Gabriella Marie Pagnini, Quinn Michael Palmer, Spencer Calitri Pittman, Phillip Pogrebinsky, Isabelle Poulack, James Robert Prim, Makenna Arielle Range, Cecilia Marie Rose, Sydney Willow Rosenthal, Kitty Annabella Ryan, Daniel Richard Shaughnessy, Halle Rose Singer, Samuel Stowe, Noel Johanna Taylor, Thien Minh Tran, Guangchen Wang, Evan Benjamin Weinberg, Isaac S. Wolfson, Jacki Russhell Wright, Haley Wilson Wynn, Julia Starobin Wynn, Jenna Lee Yong and Kevin Yuanhao Zheng; NORTHBOROUGH residents Dennis Achkinazi, Nathan Edward Anderson, Yanni Batsolakis, Priyanka Bhakhri, Kaylin Elizabeth Blair, Steven Bonk, Nathalie Botros, Julian Truesdell Byun, Nicholas Massimo Caracciolo, Haley Brynn Clark, Owen Robert Coderre, Kate Elizabeth Crimmings, Thomas Earlie, Nabeel Eledroos, Luke Anthony Farrell, Adam Curtis Genga, Olivia L. 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Tand, Sruthi Rathna Tanikella, Brahm Thomas VanAntwerp, Nicole Elizabeth Wales, Jordan Lee Wardle and Kaitlyn Elizabeth Wilber; SOUTHBOROUGH residents Luma Xavier Allen, Justin Paul Baker, Samantha Brazeau, Cecelia Catherine Cappello, Riyan Oliver Farhat, Hannah May Grimm, Leah Grace Grinblatas, Sophia Rose Guidi, Nathan William Hall, Victoria Helena Leigh Haskins, Jack McCoart Hill, Eyal Jackman, Jeannie Fay Kirk, Andrew Leger, Kira Yuan Levenson, Dylan James Logan, Taylor Alexandra Moore, Armaan Munsiff, Sean Michael Murphy, Zoe Lin Murphy, Aditya Narasimha Mynampaty, Jonah O’Brien Weiss, Kohei Otsuka, Daniela Requena, Hannah Rose Robinson, Lillian Maria Schaefer, Bhani B. Sethi, Mayhar Bajaj Sethi, Celeste Hillary Wiswall, Jessica Yee and Anthony Alexander Zalev; SUDBURY residents David Abraham, Isabelle Noelle Acquaviva, Christopher F. Alfonso, Nicholas Joseph Alfonso, Kethleen B. Almeida, Devon James Atwood, Luis Gerardo Bascones, Abigail Jacqueline Bulens, Jaden Thomas Busch, Benjamin Ellis Cargill, Claire Anne Cen, Andrew James Childs, Anna Catherine Cincotta, Erin Kathleen Cole, Michaella Maria DeSantis, Ian William Doyle, Brett Andrew Flanagan, Lucy Olivia Gough, Karen Hareli, Ian Herel, Talia Volkema Hollowell, Noah Perry Huppert, Carson Anne Kelly, Allison Kim, Meydan Kronrod, Taya Kronrod, Jake Nicholas Laguerre, Victor T. Lahaussois, Milind Anand Lele, Michael Martin Long, Stuart Martin Lustig, Rachel W. Marchica, Julia Kane Martin, Kent Akira Mashimo, Jill Elizabeth McCabe, Seamus John McNulty, Bailey Joseph Prince, Amanda Marie Quirk, Ryan Daniel Richards, John Max Schuster, Benjamin R. 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Zais and Michael Joseph Zarrilli; and WESTON residents Hargun Kaur Bharj, Christopher Cinar Gigian, Tianyi Huang, Joseph Matthew Lydon III, Evan Cyprien McDonald, Luke Alois McNeil and Lea Rohrbasser were recently named on the dean’s list for the fall semester at UMASS, AMHERST.
HOLLISTON residents Freeman J. Alfano, Zain Awan, Kalina Lynne Bergmann, Aayushi Berry, John Bernard Buday, James Marshall Cavallo, Tristan Vale Clark, Maeve Nicola Cross, Michael Domingo, Reece Donahue, Jack Tyler Feather, Lauren Elizabeth Hamm, Meghan Fitzgerald Herlihy, Jake David Leblanc, Gianna Mangano, Helene Catherine Mason, Astha Harish Parmar, Rebeka Margret Pohl, Janvi Puri, Kyle Patrick Rock, Emma Catherine Wailgum and Amber Ann Walsh, NORTHBOROUGH residents Priyanka Bhakhri, Steven Bonk, Julian Truesdell Byun, Nicholas Casapulla, Kate Elizabeth Crimmings, Nabeel Eledroos, Luke Anthony Farrell, Adam Curtis Genga, Olivia L. Giles, Julia Gittlen, Christopher Grant Harris, Kyle Walter Hesemeyer, Katherine Anne Johnson, Lillian Kurina, Kyleigh Shea O’Neil, Devkumar N. Patel, Timothy Joseph Pontes, Saheli Pujari, Kevin Reale, Alec Christopher Somers, Benjamin Scott Steiman and Jordan Lee Wardle and SOUTHBOROUGH residents Justin Paul Baker, Dustin Matthew Branson, Samantha Brazeau, Cole James Hughes, Andrew Leger, Owen Patrick Lyons, Jonah O’Brien Weiss, Kohei Otsuka, Kira Porter, Daniela Requena, Michael Paul Scorzelli, Mayhar Bajaj Sethi, Benjamin Davis Thorup and Jessica Yee and WESTBOROUGH residents Ryan Setrak Alexander, Ashwini Allada, Nicole Catherine Bates, Niki Jeannette Bavar, Genevieve Mary Benites, Adam Michael Bredberg, Reed William Chandler, Nicole Marie Foster, Evan Frye, Nicholas Novelline Gilmartin, Ryan Patrick Hughes, Katelyn L. Jablon, Joseph Martin Liebert, Abigail Nicole McGinn, Zachary Moss Neuwirth, Chloe Roskamp Smith, Vista Sohrab, Grace Sung, Nikil Thurai, Sidharth Upadhyayula, John Wallace, Mikayla Rose Wilcox and Logan L. Zais recently graduated from UMASS, AMHERST.
University of Wisconsin, Madison
HOPKINTON resident Maya Zent; MARLBOROUGH resident Kevin Macauley; SHREWSBURY resident Nidhi Ramesh; SOUTHBOROUGH resident Brendan Doherty; SUDBURY resident Luke Suter; and WESTBOROUGH resident Janani Ram were recently named on the dean’s honor list for the spring semester at the UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN, MADISON.
CONCORD residents Anika Dixon, Jacob Dudley, Cliff Freund and Rebecca Magee; NATICK residents Jack Drew, Patrick Frey, Daniel Fritz and Rachel Schultz; SHREWSBURY resident Dominic Ritacco; SOUTHBOROUGH residents James Parsaie and Halle Zides; SUDBURY resident Steph Clark; WESTBOROUGH resident Zach Waltzman; and WESTON residents Caroline Dubin, Olivia Goff, Noah Igel-Dunn and Zachary Korbin were recently named on the dean’s list for the spring semester at the UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN, MADISON.
Western New England University
NORTHBOROUGH residents Ryan H. Blight and Cameron Joseph McLaughlin, SHREWSBURY resident Madeline Anne Fowler and ASHLAND resident Trevor P. Gustavson were recently named on the president’s list for the spring semester at WESTERN NEW ENGLAND UNIVERSITY in Springfield.
FRAMINGHAM residents William M. Edman and Alexander David Smith; NATICK residents Mina A. Abraheem, Thomas Patrick Smith and Andrew Graham Hanna; SHREWSBURY residents Kevin M. Hummer and Cameron Graham Morris; ASHLAND residents Lauren G. Mangiaratti and Maurice A. Krasner; HOLLISTON resident Ethan Michael Kagno; HOPKINTON resident Carly R. Chase; MARLBOROUGH resident Ana S. Thomas Cruz; and NORTHBOROUGH resident David T. Tennyson were recently named on the dean’s list for the spring semester at WESTERN NEW ENGLAND UNIVERSITY.
NORTHBOROUGH resident Andrew Anthony Cammarano recently graduated from WHEATON COLLEGE in Wheaton, Illinois.
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
ASHLAND resident Sabrina T. Liu and FRAMINGHAM resident Emma E. Lowry were recently awarded The Salisbury Prize at the WORCESTER POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE. The Salisbury Prize was instituted in 1871 by Stephen Salisbury, a 19th century businessman and philanthropist who was one of the founders of WPI. Salisbury, who also served as president of the Board of Trustees, established the award to recognize outstanding members of the senior class “who have faithfully, industriously, and with distinguished attainment” completed all course and project requirements for the bachelor’s degree.
Onell Design is an independent toy company and collective of artists. They produce the Glyos System series with the characters Feyden, Excelis, Creybot, Argen, Gobon, Armodoc, Armorvor, Noboto, Builder, Skeleden and others. The toys are made from interchangeable parts and are reminiscent of sturdy and small 1980s action figures such as the Adventure People. Figures can be described as a cross between Action and Lego figures. Onell Design toy figures are mostly sold directly by the manufacturer, although in some cases a release may be issued if a specially decorated figure is available elsewhere.
Onell Design has partnered with several other independent toy companies over the years to help design, manufacture and implement the Glyos Peg System. Companies and their respective destinations include: Culture Pirates Figures, Fantastic Plastic Ring Mystic Warriors, Power Lords and Space Men from Four Horsemen Design, Kabuto Mushi and Nemesis from Godbeast, Rise of the Little Rubber Boy Beasts, Nemo AVR Factory.Robot, Ni Requires Assembly 481 Universe, October Toy’s Skeleton Warriors, Callgrim’s Rawshark, North’s Rocket Planet Banimon, Monkey Creations Spy Weapons Developers from Monkaa and Battle Tribes, Toyfinity Mordles’s, Robo Force, Zeroids and Knight of Darkness, Toy Pizza Knights of The Slice, The Walking Dud from True Cast Studio, Zullbeast and Zullens, Bio-Masters, Galaxxor, ManOrMonster? Warlords of Wor from Studios, Geo from Spaced Out Design, and Fallout’s Mega Merge retail line.
Several lines of minifigures have been produced by Onell Design, such as the Outlandish Mini Figure Guys (OMFG) October Toy and Mini Figure Guys (OTMFG) October Toys, Kaiju Big Battle, Last Resort Toys’ Run-A-Mucks, and Mini Figure Militia’s Collaborative Oozarian OMFG / OTMFG and Slime Pit Mordles exclusives.
There have also been many independent artists who have created heads and accessories that are compatible with resin and rubber glios, such as 1Shot Toys, Cassetteman Studios and Bah’glenn Creations.
Onell Design has also collaborated with international artist Real x Head in Japan.
The Glyos System series won the # 1 Best Mini Line Toy Award 2008 from the popular Plastic and Plush toy review site.
Oneell Design Replacement Vinyl Record “The Rig” was featured in MTV’s Top 10 Toys of 2010.Also in 2010, the Onell Design Glyos System was included in the new line of Outer Space Men figures.
In 2011, Onell Design introduced the Glyan, a 2 3/4 inch action figure in a variety of colors that includes the first-ever humanoid head Onell Design. In 2012, they unveiled the Armorvor, a production version of the action figure that resembles battle beasts and features Onell Design’s first ever animal head.
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Wisconsin Project on Nuclear Arms Control
Wisconsin Nuclear Weapons Control Project is a private, non-profit, non-partisan organization that, according to its website, “conducts research and public education to stop the proliferation of nuclear weapons, chemical / biological weapons, and long-range missiles.It is a private, nonprofit, nonpartisan foundation operating in Washington DC under the auspices of the University of Wisconsin. ”
The organization was founded by Professor Emeritus Gary Milhollin, who led the Wisconsin Project for twenty-five years. Valerie Linsey is now the CEO.
The Wisconsin project is funded by grants from the US government and several undisclosed private foundations.
In 1995, the Wisconsin Project began publishing the Risk Report, which is now a subscription database used by governments and private companies to audit business transactions and verify the legitimacy of foreign buyers. Compiled from unclassified sources, the Risk Report provides up-to-date information on sensitive products and technologies, export regulations, and organizations and individuals involved in WMD proliferation.Matthew Godsey is the editor of the risk report.
The Wisconsin Project is also tracking WMD proliferation through its two country surveillance websites, Iraq Watch and Iran Watch. Created in 2002, Iraq Watch has detailed key Iraqi organizations involved in arms proliferation, listed their foreign suppliers, and provided access to documents describing Iraq’s past WMD-related activities. The site was last updated in August 2006.Iran Watch, launched in September 2004, follows the format of its successful predecessor and includes a list of suspicious Iranian organizations and sites, as well as their foreign suppliers. The site also presents original analyzes and external resources regarding Iran’s WMD capabilities. Valerie Linsey is Editor and Principal Investigator for Iran Watch.
In 1986, the Wisconsin project showed that Norway, due to the secret export of heavy water to Israel, had the right to inspect Israel’s nuclear program.This exposure forced Israel to return half of its nuclear materials to Norway and forced Norway to abandon its dangerous nuclear weapons exports.
Project activity in the early 1990s drew attention to the proliferation threat posed by Iraq. In a series of publications, the Project argued that nuclear inspections in Iraq will fail unless they become more aggressive. The project also advocated strengthening export controls, revealing past sales of sensitive equipment by Western firms to Iraqi manufacturers of nuclear weapons, chemical weapons and long-range missiles.
In 1998, the US government used data from the Wisconsin project to restrict US trade with 63 organizations that participated in the nuclear and missile programs of India and Pakistan after the nuclear tests of these countries.
In 2000, the Wisconsin Project launched a public-private initiative to improve export controls in the former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe. The program was expanded in 2002 in collaboration with the Department of Defense, Department of State and Customs.To date, about 800 export control officers have been trained in about 30 countries around the world.
In 2005, Professor Milhallin testified before the US-China Economic and Security Review Commission that flaws in the US sanctions law allow companies that help proliferate weapons of mass destruction to go unpunished. The study of the draft formed the basis of a Senate bill of November 2005 that would close these loopholes and increase the severity of sanctions against companies that continued to proliferate in Iran.
In 2007, the project provided information on Iranian nuclear and missile-related organizations that contributed to the decision by the United Nations, the United States and the European Union to freeze the assets of several of these organizations. The project also highlighted shortcomings in enforcing US sanctions against Iran at the time.
In 2008, the project published a report stating that the US Department of Commerce is reducing control over the sale of militarily useful American goods to China.Following the release of the report, the Department of Commerce suspended and then scaled back its efforts to reduce controls.
In 2009, the project helped the New York County District Attorney’s Office investigate the sale of nuclear and missile technology from China to Iran through banks in New York. The project gave testimony about products and businesses before a grand jury in New York that subsequently indicted the Chinese company that was selling.
In 2010, the project published a report published in the Wall Street Journal describing how Iran’s national shipping company, blacklisted by the United States along with 123 of its ships, evaded US sanctions by giving its ships new names, new managers and new “Owners”.Following the report on the project, the US Treasury Department blacklisted many of the new vessel names, as well as their new owners and managers.
In 2011, the Project expanded the impact of its risk reporting database with support from the US Department of State, providing training to hundreds of export control officers in eleven countries, including Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Mexico, Slovenia and Ukraine.
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TOP-50 detective series created specifically for fans of mysteries, intrigue, investigation, research and different approaches to solving crimes.Photo: pixabay.com
Based on the IMDb rating, here are selected the most popular TV series that deserve the attention of fans of this genre.
Serial killers, maniacs, detectives with keen intellect and intuition, laboratories with innovative technologies and even love stories are waiting for their viewer.
50. Body investigation (2011 – 2013)
IMDb rating: 7.1Like51 Dislike11
Cast: Dana Delaney, Jeri Ryan, Jeffrey Arend, Windell Middlebrooks, Mary Matelene Mouser, John Carroll Lynch, Nick Bishop, Sonya Son, Joanna Cassidy, Mark Valley.
This is a story that turned the life of the main character Megan Hunt upside down. Megan was a successful neurosurgeon, but after a car accident that happened, she was forced to leave the work of her life behind, because the patient died during the operation due to her fault.
Added to her life tragedy are not simple relationships in the family, namely, a break with her husband, and disagreements with her teenage daughter. But she finds the strength to move on. Megan becomes a forensic scientist at the Philadelphia Center, a job that suits her liking, despite her uneasy relationship with new colleagues.
As conceived by the writers, Megan should not reach the age of 35, but after the approval for the main role of the actress Dana Delaney, who became famous in the acclaimed TV series “Desperate Housewives”, Megan became a little older.An interesting fact is that Dana Delaney, like her character Megan Hunt in 2011, also had an accident, which fortunately did not lead to serious injuries.
The twisted plot of the series, incredible crimes and an excellent storyline won the hearts of many fans of the detective genre.
49. Commissioner Rex (1994 – 2004)
IMDb rating: 7.2Like16Dislike1
Cast: Tobias Moretti, Gedeon Burckhard, Gerhard Zeman, Heinz Weixselbraun, Wolf Bachofner, Martin Hausneck, Santo vonayer Fritz Mulyar, Alexander Pschill, Elke Vinkens.
For ten years this series was released on screens and delighted all dog lovers, and not only. And he rightfully got into the TOP-30 detective series according to the IMDb rating.
A German shepherd named Rex, intelligent, friendly, loyal, could not fail to win the hearts of viewers. Needless to say, during such a long time of filming, the cast has changed more than once. It’s not just about people. In the entire history of the series, 8 shepherd dogs starred in it.
It was originally planned to shoot the series without a dog, but actor Tobias Moretia came to audition with his four-legged friend, who charmed the director.The filming of the series dragged on for half a year, during which the dog was trained to be a true police dog. Tobias should be given his due, because he was allergic to wool and every take next to the dog caused him maximum discomfort, and, nevertheless, he endured for four whole years until he persuaded the authors to rewrite the script in which his hero is killed.
“Commissioner Rex” is designed for a wide audience and will not leave anyone indifferent after watching.
48. Method (TV series 2015-present)c.)
IMDb rating: 7.4I like16 Dislike6
Cast: Konstantin Khabensky, Paulina Andreeva, Alexey Serebryakov, Alexander Tsekalo, Vitaly Kishchenko, Timofey Tribuntsev, Yuri Kolokolnikov, Victor Tsekalo, Sergey Sosnovsky, Alexander Petrov.
Yuri Bykov’s Method became the brightest film premiere of 2015, receiving the TEFI award for Best Actor and Director. The series tells about the psychologically unstable investigator Rodion Meglina, who uses unusual and strange methods in solving crimes.Somewhere intuitive, somewhere deductive, somewhere even extrasensory.
The highlight is the punishment of criminals. The fact is that Meglin punishes them for their crimes with his own hand, without bringing the case to court. And he likes it. He takes great pleasure in acting as the executioner. A kind of punishing maniac maniacs. The role of Meglin was played by Kostantin Khabensky, so believable, so professional that you start to believe his character from the first frame. The script for the series was based on real stories about the atrocities of serial killers.
47. C.S.I. Crime Scene Investigation (TV series 2000 – 2015)
IMDb rating: 7.6Like30Dislike4
Cast: William Petersen, Marg Helgenberger, George Eads, Paul Gilfoyle, George Fox, Eric Schmanda, Robert David Hall, Ted Danson, Elizabeth Shue, Laurence Fishburne.
The main characters of the series are an experienced team of forensic experts capable of solving the most complex and intricate crime. Even the smallest clue, fragile and weightless evidence will turn into a sentence for an unwary criminal.
During the filming, real, working equipment was used, just like in the forensic laboratories. The only thing the creators “lied” about is the time of the research. Most of them are held for several days, sometimes weeks. In the cinema, everything happens in a matter of seconds, minutes, hours.
Being an ardent fan of the series, K. Tarantino wished to take part in the filming. He directed the last two episodes of the 5th season of the series.
It is noteworthy that it was after the popularization of this series in the states that the number of applicants to the forensic department increased.A direct connection is seen in these two events.
46. Partners (2010-2016)
IMDb Rating: 7.6Like19Dislike2
Cast: Angie Harmon, Sasha Alexander, Jordan Bridges, Bruce McGill, Lorraine Bracco, Lee Thompson Young, Idara Victor, Brian Goodman , Tina Huang, Adam Sinclair.
Boston detective Jane Rizzoli, along with pathologist Mora Isles, solve the crimes.
The original title of the series is “Rizzoli & Isles” (Rizzoli and Isles), but in Russia the series was released under the name “Companions”.
The series is based on the popular detective novels by Tess Gerritsen.
45. Snooper (2005-2012)
IMDb rating: 7.6Like18 Dislike4
Cast: Kira Sedgwick, J.K. Simmons, Corey Reynolds, Robert Gossett, JW Bailey, John Tenney, Phillip P. Keane, Anthony John Denison, Michael Paul Chan, Raymond Cruz.
Brenda Lee Johnson once worked for the CIA, so not everyone likes her methods of work as head of the crime department.But it is an extraordinary personality and a special approach to work that allow her to reveal the most intricate cases.
One of the roles in the series was played by a cat. When it was revealed that she had serious liver problems, the creators of the series could simply have found another animal. But in the end, the plot was slightly corrected so that her disappearance from the screen was not shrouded in mystery. The cat died shortly after filming the last episode.
44. Law and order (1990 – 2010)
IMDb rating: 7.7I like11 Dislike3
Cast: S.Ipeita Merkerson, Sam Waterston, Jerry Orbuck, Stephen Hill, Jesse L. Martin, Leslie Hendrix, Fred Dalton Thompson, Chris Noth, Benjamin Brett, Michael Moriarty.
The series demonstrates the work of US law enforcement agencies in cooperation with the prosecutor’s office and the judiciary. According to the creators of the series (and representatives of law enforcement agencies confirm), this is how the work of these three instances works.
The overall atmosphere of the tape is very dramatic, although there is also some humor.
There is information that the US diplomatic group brought several episodes of this series during a visit to Russia to demonstrate the real work of the executive and legislative system of their country.
43. Pure English Murders (1997–)
IMDb Rating: 7.7Like27 Dislike3
Cast: John Nettles, Jane Wymark, Barry Jackson, Chris Wilson, Jason Hughes, Neil Dudgeon, Fiona Dolman, Laura Howard , Daniel Casey, Kirsty Dillon.
Chief Inspector Barnaby investigates sophisticated English murders, and their solution takes place against the backdrop of green lawns, dark offices and cold bedrooms.
The original title of the series is “Midsomer murders”.
The series was filmed based on the novels of Carolina Graham.
Neil Dudgeon, starring in the series since the 14th season (2011), starred in the first episode of the fourth season “Garden of Death” (2000) as a gardener.
British actress Samantha Bond starred several times in various episodes of the series: in season 4 in the series “Destroyer Angel” (episode 2 – Suzanne), in season 11 in the series “Shot at Dawn” (episode 1 – Bella) and in 14 season in the series “Death in the extreme strip” (1 episode – Katie).
42. Father Brown (TV series 2013 -…)
IMDb rating: 7.7Like20Dislike4.
Cast: Mark Williams, Sorcha Cusack, John Burton, Jack Dim, Nancy Carroll, Alex Price, Emer Kenny, Tom Chambers, Hugo Spear, Keith Osborne.
The English priest, Father Brown, knows how to pay attention to imperceptible details, and in a conversation he pays more attention to the facial expressions of the interlocutor. These qualities make a very humble person a ruthless denouncer of all criminals.
The series is based on the works of Gilbert Keith Chesterton about the Catholic detective priest Father Brown.The author wrote 51 stories about Father Brown.
41. Bones (2005 – 2017)
IMDb Rating: 7.8Like39 Dislike7
Cast: Emily Deschanel, David Boreanaz, Michaela Conlin, TJ Tyne, Tamara Taylor, John Francis Daley, Eric Millegan, John Boyd, Patricia Belcher, Michael Terry.
At first it may seem that there is nothing interesting in connection with anthropology and criminal investigations. But the series drags on from the first episode. Here we will see various interesting research methods that greatly facilitate the work of an FBI agent, colorful characters and, of course, a love story, but not one.
Almost all the relatives of the main character, Emily Deschanel, took part in the filming of the series. Her character, Doctor of Anthropology Temperance Brennan, is distinguished by a special worldview, her own sense of humor (understandable to her alone), at one time she strictly observes the rules in her work, and on the other, transfers these rules to her personal life, her friends, relatives. It can be safely called “not like everyone else”.
40. Gotham (2014-2019)
IMDb rating: 7.8Like7 Dislike2
Cast: Ben Mackenzie, Donal Logue, David Mazuz, Sean Pertui, Robin Lord Taylor, Camren Bicondova, Corey Michael Smith, Erin Richards, Morena Baccarin, Chris Chock.
The series will be of interest to fans of Batman and DC Comics. Although for those who are not familiar with these characters, everything will also be quite clear.
It all begins with the murder of Bruce Wayne’s parents. A young police officer who joined the Gotham police is desperately fighting the evil that has enveloped the city with its dark, arrogant tentacles. His beloved city is mired in corruption, greed, impunity. Ben Mackenzie’s character is doing his best to rectify the situation.Incredibly colorful characters become on his way.
For example, Fish Mooney is a new DC Comics hero, played by Judda Pinkett Smith (Will Smith’s wife). Judda came to the casting for the role of the villainess with a man on a leash …
39. Detective Jack Frost (1992–2010)
IMDb rating: 7.8Like10 Dislike2
Cast: David Jason, Bruce Alexander, John Lyons, Arthur White , James McKenna, David McKale, David Gooderson, Paul Moriarty, George Thompson, Caroline Harker.
Detective Frost is difficult to work with – he is grumpy and does not always follow the letter of the protocol. But intuition and empathy for each crime make him one of the best detectives.
38. Raising the Dead (2000-2011)
IMDb Rating: 7.8Like6Dislike3
Cast: Trevor Eve, Sue Johnston, Wil Johnson, Tara Fitzgerald, Claire Goose, Holly Aird, Felicite Du Ju, George Rainsford, Esther Hall, Eva Bertistle.
A special department under the direction of Senior Detective Boyd is engaged in solving crimes committed many years ago, but for which new evidence has emerged.A team of professionals will have to solve a mysterious double murder, for which the woman has already served 25 years, the murder of a police officer and many other terrible crimes.
37. Elementary (2012 – 2019)
IMDb rating: 7.9Like42 Dislike5
Cast: Johnny Lee Miller, Lucy Liu, Aidan Quinn, John Michael Hill, Jordan Gelber, John Noble, Ophelia Lovibond, Nelsan Ellis, Ato Essando, Tim Guini.
The series is an interpretation on the theme of the famous Sherlock Holmes.
The creator of the modern images of Holmes and Watson decided to add his own flavor – to embody the image of a doctor in a female incarnation. This idea was created to show how a man and a woman can work harmoniously in tandem, without weaving feelings and romance into their relationship.
Modern Sherlock is a former patient of a drug rehabilitation clinic. After completing the course, at the request of his father, a doctor (Watson, woman) was assigned to him, whose task was to monitor the patient’s physical and mental health.But becoming a police consultant, Sherlock draws in the adventure and the doctor.
It is noteworthy that both confirmed for the role of Johnny Lee Miller and Lucy Liu have not read a single work of A. Conan Doyle.
Although the picture is quite “modernized”, there are still references to the original work.
36. Faith (2011–)
IMDb Rating: 7.9Like8Dislike3
Cast: Brenda Bletin, John Morrison, Riley Jones, Kenny Doughty, David Leon, Kingsley Ben-Adir, Paul Ritter, Tom Hutch , Paul Kay.
Senior Criminal Police Inspector Vera Stanhope and her partner Joe Ashworth investigate the most mysterious crimes. The main characters are not alike, but they take on each new business with unrivaled zeal and professionalism.
35. Granchester (2014–)
IMDb rating: 7.9Like8 Dislike5
Cast: James Norton, Robson Green, Tessa Peak-Jones, Al Weaver, Casey Ainsworth, Skye Lucia Degruttola, Morwen Christie, Nick Brimble, Oliver Dimsdale, Celine Heasley.
The main character, Sidney Chambers, a charismatic and charming vicar, begins his own investigation when one of his parishioners dies under suspicious circumstances.
The series begins in 1953 in the village of Granchester in Cambridgeshire, and the series got its name from the name of the village.
The detective television series is based on the novel “Sidney Chambers and the Shadow of Death” by James Rancy.
34. Inspector George Gently (2007-2017)
IMDb Rating: 7.9Like4Dislike3
Cast: Martin Shaw, Lee Ingleby, Simon Hubbard, Lisa McGrillis, Tom Hutch, Don Gallagher, Anabelle Sholey, Melanie Clark Pullen, Tony Rohr, Katie Anderson.
England 60s, George Gently investigating the murder of his wife Isabella. The latest investigation in George’s career takes place against the backdrop of police corruption and youth abuse on the street.
33. Lie to Me (2009-2011)
IMDb Rating: 8.0Like45 Dislike4
Cast: Tim Roth, Kelly Williams, Brendan P. Hines, Monica Reymund, Hayley McFarland, Mekhi Phifer, Kristen Ariza, Monique Kernen, Jennifer Marsala, Jennifer Beals.
This is a new interesting and not overwritten approach to solving long overdue crime plots.In this series, they show stories that are already familiar to us from any other detective stories, but from a completely different side, as if turning everything inside out.
Yes, body and body language, facial expressions and other details of behavior can provide more information than spoken language. And under the close attention of Dr. Lightman and his team, this process turns into an addictive game.
Lie to Me is very addictive. It is especially fortunate that each episode is a new plot and you won’t be able to lose the main line.
Due to low ratings on TV, Fox closed the project without allowing it to unfold, although the potential is obvious.
Tim Roth is very harmonious in the role of Dr. Lightman.
In the series more than once they turn to the topic of politics, here and there portraits of leaders of some countries slip through with hints or outright trolling.
32. Lewis (2006-2015)
IMDb rating: 8.0Like10 Dislike3
Cast: Kevin Watley, Lawrence Fox, Claire Holman, Rebecca Front, Angela Griffin, Steve Toussaint, Nicholas Jones, Sally Scott, Elton Letto, Kirsten Foster.
Inspector Robert Lewis returns to the Oxford campus to investigate serious crimes.
The filming of the series took quite a long time, so even on a successful shooting day, it was possible to shoot material for no more than five minutes of screen time.
The character Robert Lewis is already familiar to the audience from the TV series “Inspector Morse” (1987-2000). By the way, in that series, the characters worked in a real-life Tams Valley police station. But in the TV series “Lewis” the branch is fictitious, since the leadership of the branch banned the use of its symbols and shooting in its premises.
31. Criminal Minds (2005 – 2020)
IMDb Rating: 8.1Like35 Dislike2
Cast: Matthew Gray Gubler, Kirsten Wangsness, A.J. Cook, Joe Mantegna, Thomas Gibson, Shemar Moore, Paget Brewster, Aisha Tyler, Adam Rodriguez, Daniel Henney.
A bit dramatic and sometimes heavy series about a special team of forensic psychologists. Actor Mandy Patinkin left the project precisely because of the high tension and cruelty in the plots in his opinion. The behavioral analysis team is faced with the most unimaginable criminals – maniacs, pedophiles, rapists, serial killers.Their task is to draw up a psychological portrait and predict further actions of the offender, find him, or find a kidnapped or possible victim.
With all this, even after replacing some of the beloved characters with other actors, the series does not lose popularity.
Of course, in addition to the capture of criminals, there is also a second storyline – the personal life of each of the characters.
30. The Mentalist (2008-2015)
IMDb Rating: 8.1Like54 Dislike3
Cast: Simon Baker, Robin Tunney, Tim Kahn, Owine Yeoman, Amanda Righetti, Rockmond Dunbar, Joe Adler, John Troy Donovan, Onjanu Ellis, Michael Gaston.
Psychology, observation, cunning and a lot of experience playing on human emotions and weaknesses are all integral parts of Patrick Jane’s skills. In the past, he fooled the people, portraying a medium, a psychic. But after the tragic death of his wife and daughter at the hands of a serial killer, the hero of Simon Baker began to help one of the law enforcement units, to catch criminals, hoping to deal one day with his “offender” … in general and each plot in particular.
The logical and happy ending of the series pleases.
29. Castle (2009-2016)
IMDb Rating: 8.1Like47 Dislike6
Cast: Nathan Fillion, Stana Catic, Susan Sullivan, John Huertas, Seamus Dever, Molly K. Quinn, Tamala Jones, Penny Johnson, Ruben Santiago-Hudson, Maya Stoyan.
A very light and enjoyable series, even despite the presence of murders, bloody scenes and everything that could cause emotional discomfort. Thanks to the charm of the protagonist, played by Naton Fillion, and the beauty of Stana Katik in the guise of a police officer, and later his wife, the series takes on a special charisma and character.In addition to investigating crimes, fighting a corrupt criminal senator, interesting and addictive lines of love and friendship, marriage and family squabbles are developing.
Numerous references to Firefly, where Fillion played the main role, are used in the series.
28. Murdoch Investigations (2008–)
IMDb Rating: 8.1Like18Dislike5
Cast: Yannick Bisson, Helen Joy, Thomas Craig, Johnny Harris, Lachlan Murdoch, Georgina Reilly, Arwen Humprace, Daniel Maslany, Christian Bruun, Shanice Banton.
In the late 19th century, strange murders take place on the streets of Toronto. Detective William Murdoch, who uses a new science for his work – forensics, is taken up for the investigation. And the forensic doctor Julia Ogden helps him in the investigation.
In addition to fictional characters, the series also uses real-life historical figures such as scientists Nikola Tesla and Alexander Bell, illusionist Harry Houdini, writers Arthur Conan Doyle, HG Wells and Jack London, Showman Buffalo Bill, Canadian Prime Minister Wilfrid Laurier, owner of car factories Henry Ford, future British Prime Minister Winston Churchill.The detective turns to some of these characters for advice and they help him in his investigations.
27. Detective Rockford Dossier (1974-1980)
IMDb Rating: 8.1Like4Dislike2
Cast: James Garner, Noah Beery Jr., Joe Santos, Luis Delgado, Stuart Margolin, Gretchen Corbett, Jack Garner , James Louise, Tom Atkins, Joe E. Tata.
Private detective Jim Rockford does not investigate cases in the most legal ways, so it is not surprising that he ended up in prison for someone else’s crime.His methods are controversial, but in the end he always finds answers to all questions.
26. Brother Cadfael (1994-1998)
IMDb Rating: 8.1Like3Dislike1
Cast: Derek Jacoby, Michael Culver, Julian Firth, Terrence Hardiman, Mark Chernok, Elby Woodington, Owen McCarthy, Sean , Peter Copley, Raymond Llewelyn.
The series is set in England, between 1135 and 1145. Benedictine monk Brother Cadfael in his youth participated in the crusades and traveled a lot, and now lives in the abbey in Shrewsbury, where he investigates mysterious crimes and mysteries between services.
The series is based on a series of novels by Edith Pargeter (under the pseudonym Ellis Peters).
25. Dr. Blake (TV series 2013 – 2017)
IMDb rating: 8.1Like9 Dislike2
Cast: Craig McLoughlen, Nadine Garner, Charlie Cousins, Joel Tobek, Belinda McClory, Keith Wolfe, John Wood, David Whiteley, Anna McGahan.
Dr. Lucien Blake left his hometown of Ballarat while still young. Many years later, he has to return to inherit his late father’s medical practice with crime scene calls.Lucien saw a completely different city, but secrets, murders and deceptions did not disappear anywhere.
24. Murder (2011-2014)
IMDb Rating: 8.2Like10 Dislike2
Cast: Mireille Inos, Yuel Kinnaman, Elias Koteas, Peter Sarsgaard, Gregg Henry, Bill Campbell, Brent Sexton, Michelle Forbes Christine Lehman, Eric Ladin.
An atmospheric film with a particularly tense setting. But the main highlight of this movie is how exactly this atmosphere is achieved. Constantly cloudy weather, in themselves some kind of gray, dull tones of the film – clothes, cars, furniture, furnishings.Everything is so dull, oppressive – hopeless dullness, sadness, sorrow.
The whole plot is focused on the investigation of one murder, but from different sides. Here are the victim’s family, local politicians and, of course, the police themselves, trying to unearth a thread in this heap of “skeletons in closets.”
Special praise deserves a successful selection of actors and their performance.
23. White Collar (2009-2014)
IMDb Rating: 8.2Like26 Dislike2
Cast: Matt Bomer, Tim DC, Willie Garson, Tiffani Thiessen, Sharif Atkins, Marsha Thomason, Hilary Burton, Dianne Carroll , James Rebhorn, Natalie Morales.
The series differs in the main idea – the cooperation between the criminal and the FBI, which led to the friendship between the thief and the agent who caught him. The line of friendship between two men, so different, but united by one goal, is developing very interestingly. Undoubtedly a thief, he will remain a thief and will not fail to feast on the prey, but so as not to be caught again.
The charming protagonist, conservative agent, his charismatic clever wife and many others add color and emotion to the films.
22.Lieutenant Columbo (1971-2003)
IMDb Rating: 8.2Like32Dislike2
Cast: Peter Falk, Mike Lally, John Finnegan, Bruce Kirby, Shera Danese, Vito Scotti.
Lieutenant Columbo does not at all look like a successful detective – he has an eternally rumpled appearance, he is absent-minded and awkward, he drives a constantly breaking Peugeot. But it is precisely this image that allows him to hide his sharp mind and observation from criminals, and always leads to the next disclosed case ..
The pilot episode was aired in 1968.Then the series was regularly filmed in 1971-1978 (44 episodes out of 69), and after a break in 1989-2003.
It was the great stretch of the series in time that led to the fact that the car of the protagonist is constantly changing, although according to the plot it is always the same instance. For example, the roof color has changed over several seasons, the mirrors have changed their location several times, the license plate and its location have changed.
Another interesting fact: Columbo said that his “Peugeot” was 1952, but in fact the Peugeot 403 model was first released in 1955.
21. Life is like a sentence (2007-2009)
IMDb rating: 8.2Like23Dislike1
Cast: Damien Lewis, Sarah Shahi, Adam Arkin, Brent Sexton, Donal Logue, William Atherton, Garrett Dillahunt, Gabriel Union, Christina Hendrix, Helen McCrory.
Regular Police Officer Charlie Cruz was charged with murder and sentenced to life in prison. After twelve years in prison, the case is reviewed and Charlie is released, paying substantial compensation. Many in his place would simply lead the lifestyle of a fairly wealthy person, but our hero goes to work as a detective.
At the end of the second season, the plot was rewritten due to the pregnancy of actress Sarah Shahi. This made it possible to shoot her sitting or from behind.
20.24 hours (2001-2010)
IMDb rating: 8.3Like6 Dislike5
Starring: Kiefer Sutherland, Mary Lynn Rajskub, Carlos Bernard, Dennis Haybert, Elisha Cuthbert, James Morrison , Reiko Aylesworth, Jude Ciccolella, Kim Raver, Glenn Morshauer.
The fate of people literally every hour depends on the decisions of the protagonist Kiefer Sutherland.Working in an anti-terrorist organization, Jack Bauer constantly risks his life, saving the lives of ordinary people who have become unwitting “hostages” of circumstances.
The series was tried three times to close, and only in the fifth season was a contract signed with Kiefer to shoot in the next three seasons.
The dynamic development of events makes you literally stick to the screen. It is important to note that the missed five minutes of an episode can provoke the loss of the thread of the entire film, which is to say for a complete episode.Therefore, you should look carefully, without interruptions.
Poor Kiefer Sutherland suffered more than one injury while filming the series.
19. Homeland (2011 – 2020)
IMDb Rating: 8.3Like13Dislike3
Cast: Claire Danes, Mandy Patinkin, Rupert Friend, Maury Sterling, F. Murray Abraham, Damien Lewis, Morena Baccarin, Jackson Pace, Morgan Sailor, Diego Klattenhoff.
Let’s start with the main character, played by Claire Danes, who received a Golden Globe for this role.The actress did not just get used to the role, but carefully prepared for it: she communicated with CIA agents, studied the behavior of people with bipolar disorder, and consulted with writers.
The story revolves around a missing soldier who returned from Iraq. For 8 years he was considered dead, and then he miraculously returns to the United States. The CIA agent does not believe him and believes that he is involved in a terrorist conspiracy.
Spies, terrorists, al-Qaeda and much more will swirl in a whirlwind of events.
18. Escape (2005-2017)
IMDb Rating: 8.3Like11 Dislike4
Cast: Wentworth Miller, Dominic Purcell, Amaury Nolasco, Robert Knepper, Sarah Wayne Callis, Wade Williams, Mark Feuersteen, William Fichtner , Paul Adelstein, Marina Benedict.
The name speaks for itself, and it would seem – how you can promote a series lasting 5 seasons around the jailbreak.
But in the series “Escape” there is a kind of background story, telling about how and why the main character got to prison, as well as about his brother, who decided to rescue his relative from captivity.
The actors prepared for the filming thoroughly. They stayed in real prisons, cells, communicated with prisoners, prison officers, studied various cases and personalities of the criminal world.
Many familiar actors took part in this series: Dominic Purcell, Wentworth Miller, Robin Tunney, Peter Stormare, Amaury Nolasco, Marshall Allman, Wade Williams. Two nominations for the Golden Globe.
Many episodes were filmed in the cell where the “Killer Clown” was serving his sentence.
IMDb rating: 8.3Like23 Dislike2
Cast: Vladimir Mashkov, Mikhail Porechenkov, Vladimir Menshov, Sergei Makovetsky, Konstantin Lavronenko, Sergei Ugryumov, Svetlana Kryuchkova, Yuri Lakhin, Alexander Sirin, Konstantin Zheldin.
Without exaggeration, “Liquidation” is the pride of Russian cinema. The series is incredibly colorful, emotional and simply interesting. That there is only this Odessa jargon and accent. The performance of Mashkov, Porechenkov, Makovetsky, Menshov and other actors deserves not just praise – awards, well-deserved awards.
Post-war Odessa was mired in crime, gangs, overgrown with “authorities”. A pickpocket thief helps his friend, a law enforcement officer, to investigate a series of crimes, for which he will pay with his life. In fact, the role of Fima was spelled out until the very end of the film, Krasko was invited to play his role. He played for three days and died suddenly. In this regard, the role was shortened and given to Makovetsky.
In the film, a real tram from 1932 was used, for which we had to go to Kharkov.
The screenwriter was preparing for a long time, he studied the Odessa flavor and language.
It is interesting that the Odessa studio filmed a film about Moskvich, an employee of the Moscow Criminal Investigation Department (Zheglov), and Mosfilm filmed Gotsman from Odessa.
16. Verge (2008-2013)
IMDb Rating: 8.4Like9 Dislike3
Cast: Anna Torv, Joshua Jackson, John Noble, Jessica Nicole, Lance Reddick, Blair Brown, Michael Cerveris, Kirk Acevedo, Seth Gable, Leonard Nimoy.
It will focus on science fiction, the paranormal, the existence of an alternative reality, and a team of scientists working with the FBI to uncover these mysterious phenomena.
It is interesting that for all its fantasticness, the series looks quite easy, there is a note of humor, and romance, and an unusual relationship between father and son.
The series is suitable for those who are tired of the usual plots, murders and investigations. This is a fresh plot, many possibilities for imagination, an unexpected turn of events.
In the credits of the series they show hidden symbols – “glyphs”. Each symbol has special yellow spots that together make up the Glyphic alphabet. In this way, the encrypted keyword can be collected.
15. Supernatural (2005 – 2020)
IMDb Rating: 8.4Like24 Dislike4
Cast: Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles, Misha Collins, Mark Sheppard, Jim Beaver, Alexander Calvert, Samantha Smith, Mark Pellegrino Ruth Connell, Robert Patrick Benedict.
You can endlessly talk about this series, this is not a single article on our website. If someone else does not know what the film is about, the two brothers travel around the states to deal with evil spirits. And all this reaches such proportions that they confront Lucifer himself and even get acquainted with God.The war of demons and angels, various mythical and fantastic creatures pursue the brothers at every step. And, you will be surprised, there is no love story in the background, only a family drama.
Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles have already merged with Sam and Dean Winchesters and probably the Impala itself. Learn more about Sam and Dean’s car in fun facts.
No comments. Just watch.
You will also be interested to know interesting facts about Mark Sheppard, who played the role of Crowley.
14. In sight (2011-2016)
IMDb rating: 8.4Like22 Dislike3
Cast: James Caviezel, Michael Emerson, Kevin Chapman, Amy Acker, Taraji P. Henson, Sarah Shahi, John Nolan , Enrico Colantoni, Robert John Burke, Al Sapienza.
Mysterious billionaire Mr. Finch develops a computer program that predicts future crimes. The government uses the program to prevent major terrorist attacks, but Finch himself is secretly involved in preventing the murders of ordinary citizens and enlists former CIA agent Reese to help.
13. Foyle’s War (2002-2015)
IMDb Rating: 8.4Like6 Dislike3
Cast: Michael Kitchen, Honeysuckle Weeks, Anthony Howell, Ellie Haddington, Julian Owenden, Jay Simpson, Tim McMullan, Daniel Wayne , Jeremy Swift, Rupert Vansittart.
England, 1940. Europe is at war, and Detective Christopher Foyle, a WWI veteran, would like to go to the front, but for now his services are more needed on the south coast of England. After all, it is here that families evacuated from the occupied areas, American troops, refugees from Nazi Germany and a lot of all kinds of rabble from all over Europe, among whom there are many spies, come.
12. Murder on the Beach (TV series 2013 – 2017)
IMDb rating: 8.4Like13 Dislike4
Cast: David Tennant, Olivia Colman, Jodie Whittaker, Andrew Buchan, Carolyn Pickles, Arthur Darville, Charlotte Beaumont, Adam Wilson, Matthew Gravel, Jonathan Bailey.
When 11-year-old schoolboy Danny Latimer disappears in a town called Broadchurch, his mother begins an independent search. Local police officer Ellie Miller and her new partner, who was promoted by Ellie herself, also joined the search.Soon the boy is found dead and the main characters will have to learn the most terrible secrets of the town.
The Labrador, which follows on the heels of Susan Wright, played by Pauline Quirk, belongs to the actress. The dog’s name is Bailey.
Many consider the series a remake of the series “Murder” (2007-2012), in fact, the idea for the series was developed by Chris Chibnell for a long time, and he wrote the script since 2002.
During the filming of the series, none of the actors knew who the killer was.Only Jody Whittaker, who plays the victim’s mother, could be sure of her “innocence”.
11. Luther (2010-)
IMDb Rating: 8.5Like19Dislike7
Cast: Idris Elba, Dermot Crowley, Michael Smiley, Warren Brown, Ruth Wilson, Paul McGann, Nikki Amooka-Bird, Stephen McIntosh , Saskia Reeves, Indira Varma.
Unconventional methods, willfulness and intelligence are the tools for catching Luther’s criminals. The main goal of the film is to convey to the viewer that dirty methods and dirty cop are completely different things.And the first, at times, quite justifies the result.
Luther has to literally walk on the edge of a knife, constantly crushing the letter of the law under him, or even ignoring it altogether.
Of course, against the background of the cases he discloses, his own sins seem like a small fry. Such a conflict of justice on the brink.
Serial of 6 episodes per season, intense, dynamic.
Critics have repeatedly called Luther’s character “Black Sherlock.”
10. Hannibal (2013-2015)
IMDb rating: 8.5Like16 Dislike4
Cast: Mads Mikkelsen, Hugh Dancy, Laurence Fishburne, Karelin Deverne, Lara Jean Chorostetski, Jillian Scott Thompson, Aaron Abrams, Etienne Park, Casey Rohl.
A young specialist in psychological portraits of criminals sometimes reaches a dead end, which forces him to seek help from the doctor of psychiatry Hannibal. One can only guess about the skeletons in the professor’s closet from feature films with Anthony Hopkins.
The series reflects events from the books of Thomas Harisson about Hannibal, the series began in 1981. Hugh Densey, who plays the profiler, recommended Mads Mikkelsen as Hannibal.
The producer had big plans for the whole 7 seven years (seasons), but only three were realized.Who knows, maybe a sequel awaits us?
9. Poirot (1989-2013)
IMDb rating: 8.6Like35Dislike2
Cast: David Suchet, Hugh Fraser, Philip Jackson, Pauline Moran, David Yeland, Zoë Wanamaker, Richard Bebb, George Little, Philip Manicam, Jonah Jones.
Classics by Agatha Christie. It probably doesn’t cost anything more to write, but that would be wrong.
The series is based on the entire series of detective novels about Hercule Poirot A. Christie.
David Suchet, preparing for the role, re-read all the writer’s works about his character, collecting the image of Poirot in detail.
E. Poirot himself was significantly more obese than Land, so the actor had to wear suits with padded parts.
The actor had to do such hairstyles in order to create the impression of permanent hair loss, but soon this need was no longer necessary, because Suchet began to really go bald.
Suchet demanded from the writers a detailed embodiment of all Poirot’s manners and habits, for which he had prepared so carefully that he even had a scandal and almost left the project.
8. The X-Files (1993 – 2018)
IMDb Rating: 8.6Like20Dislike4
Cast: Gillian Anderson, David Duchovny, Mitch Pileggi, William B.Davis, Robert Patrick, Tom Braidwood, Bruce Harwood, Dean Haglund, Annabeth Gish, Nicholas Lee.
A long story of two FBI agents of a special department, solving the most bizarre crimes related to aliens, werewolves, vampirism and other paranormal phenomena. Agent Scully (Gillian Anderson) is a doctor, a skeptic who is trying to find a rational explanation for everything. Mulder (David Duchovny) is trying in every possible way to convince her of the existence of all these phenomena. Subsequently, their tandem and opposition of positions develops into a deep feeling for each other …
The series received – 3 Emmy, 4 Saturn and 3 Golden Globes.
7. Dexter (2006-2013)
IMDb Rating: 8.6Like22 Dislike4
Cast: Michael C. Hall, Jennifer Carpenter, David Zayas, James Rymar, C.S. Lee, Luna Lauren Velez, Desmond Harrington, Julie Benz, Christina Robinson, Jeffrey Pearson.
The basis for the series “Dexter” was the book “Dexter’s Dormant Demon”. But a more appropriate title would be Dexter’s Justice. The main character is not just eager to kill – he quickly directs his desire in a “useful” channel.He only kills criminals, either escaped punishment, or received insufficient punishment.
The father of a policeman, in his youth, recognized this lust for blood in a child and taught him some morality, as well as reliably hide evidence.
Is it reliable …
An interesting detective story in each episode, plus the punishment of criminals by Dexter himself create an intrigue.
Michael S. Hall and Jennifer Carpenter married in 2008. But after 2 years they divorced.These circumstances did not affect the shooting of the film in any way, because they maintained civilized, friendly relations.
5 Saturns, 3 Emmys, 1 Golden Globe.
6. The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (1984-1985)
IMDb Rating: 8.7Like12 Dislike1
Cast: Jeremy Brett, David Burke, Rosalie Williams, Eric Porter, David Gwillim, Gail Hunnicut, Norman Jones, Jeremy Kemp, Rosalind Knight.
Fearless detective Sherlock Holmes and his faithful assistant Dr. Watson investigate the most mysterious crimes.
5. Twin Peaks (1990-1991)
IMDb rating: 8.8Like11Dislike7.
Cast: Kyle McLachlan, Michael Ontkin, Cheryl Lee, Lara Flynn Boyle, Sherilyn Fenn, Ray Wise, Miguel Ferrer, David Lynch, Billy Zane, Heather Graham.
The series that hooked many in the 90s. There is probably not a single adult who does not know this David Lynch series.
The story of the murder of a high school student reveals all the “skeleton cabinets” of the inhabitants of a small town.
Here and fiction, tension, fear, feelings, intrigue, mystery.For moviegoers of detective series – Twin Peaks, a kind of classic of the genre.
An interesting trick was used during the filming. The actors learned their lines from the end, they were recorded, played back and received a normal line, but with a completely different intonation, which in general makes the picture creepy.
Atmospheric, scary, interesting, Lynchian.
1 Saturn, 1 Golden Globe.
4. Stranger Things (2016-present)
IMDb Rating: 8.8Like7 Dislike4
Cast: Winona Ryder, David Harbor, Finn Wolfard, Millie Bobby Brown, Gaten Matarazzo, Caleb McLaughlin , Natalia Dyer, Charlie Heaton, Joe Keery, Cara Buono.
And again it happens in a small town, a province, at first glance, a quiet, calm place, and even boring. But, as we already know, it is in such places that various sects, murderers, maniacs operate, evil spirits roam, kidnap people and a bunch of other horror happens.
So it is with this series. The disappearance of the boy gives rise to a chain of investigations, events leading to the side of evil, otherworldly, terrible. The battle has begun …
I especially want to note the well-chosen actors (Winona Ryder, David Harbor, Finn Wolfard, Millie Bobby Brown, Gaten Matarazzo, Caleb McLaughlin), mostly children, as well as the scrupulous attitude of the creators of the series to details.
In general, the series is praised and praised by critics and ordinary people, therefore – watch!
Already received Saturn, Screen Actors Guild Awards and 2018 Globe nominations.
3. The meeting place cannot be changed (1979)
IMDb rating: 8.8I like22 Dislike3
Cast: Vladimir Vysotsky, Vladimir Konkin, Sergey Yursky, Viktor Pavlov, Natalya Fateeva, Leonid Kuravlev, Svetlana Svetlichnaya, Alexander Belyavsky , Evgeny Evstigneev, Armen Dzhigarkhanyan.
This is a legendary, cult movie from 5 episodes. Who does not know who Gleb Zheglov and Volodya Sharapov are – shame and disgrace.
The film was based on the novel by the Weiner brothers, directed by Stanislav Govorukhin.
Post-war Moscow, so tired, so sad, broken and gloomy in places, but so happy, happy in the Soviet way.
Having survived a terrible war, people survive, hope and believe, and criminals mercilessly make money, rob and kill.
Vladimir Vysotsky in the title role is a combination of charisma, firmness, assertiveness and humor.While Konkin portrays the right officer and citizen. Although Zheglov is not a negative character, the opposition is obvious. What conclusion will you make? Is Zheglov right in the final of the tape, as he should have done with Sharapov and Levchenko? We are waiting for comments and impressions from the viewing.
2. True Detective (2014-present)
IMDb Rating: 9.0Like54 Dislike13
Cast: Matthew McConaughey, Woody Harrelson, Colin Farrell, Mahershala Ali, Rachel, McAdams, Carmen Edjogo, Michelle Monaghan, Taylor Kitsch, Stephen Dorff, Michael Potts.
Many memes, demotivators and other funny illustrations have been created with the McConaughey character from 1995.
The special atmosphere of the series, which the actors and directors were able to transfer from season to season, the musical accompaniment that sinks into the soul and ear – create a special style of the series “True Detective”.
The first season was filmed in Louisiana, where the plot takes place.
The burnt church was specially built for filming.
McConaughey was approved for the role even before the sale of the series to the channel.
During the broadcast of the final episode of the first season, huge traffic collapsed the broadcast of the HBO channel.
1. Sherlock (2010-present)
IMDb rating: 9.1Like45 Dislike7
Cast: Benedict Cumberbatch, Martin Freeman, Una Stubbs, Rupert Graves, Louise Brealey, Mark Gateiss, Andrew Scott , Amanda Abbington, Jonathan Aris, Wynette Robinson.
The most popular interpretation of the Arthur Conan Doyle stories. Everything is happening in the modern world, at the present time.Mobile phones, digital technologies, MI6 and the characters from Sherlock Holmes A. Conan Doyle are intertwined in a single harmonious tandem.
Except for Benedict Cumberbatch, no one was invited to play Sherlock. He was the only guest actor for this role.
The film had to be filmed on a different street, as on the real Baker Street there is a lot of traffic congestion and a lot of signs with the name of Sherlock Holmes, which would have to be removed during filming.
Cumberbatch’s parents played Sherlock’s parents in the series.
The character of Molly Hooper was originally conceived as a “one-off”, but the game of the actress was so much to the liking of the creators that the heroine was written into the script further.
Interesting information about the series can be found in this article “12 facts about the series Sherlock.”
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Washers : 0: 1 – 4 Atkinson (Murray, Panarin), 0: 2 – 5 Bjorkstrand (Verensky, Wennberg), 0: 3 – 30 Panarin.
Carolina – Boston – 5: 3 (1: 2, 3: 1, 1: 0)
Washers : 0: 1 – 2 Donato (Marchand, Krug), 0: 2 – 8 Kampfer (Marshand, Kurali), 1: 2 – 12 Teryavainen (Aho, Slavin), 2: 2 – 21 Aho (Teryavainen) , 3: 2 – 27 Aho (Teryavainen), 4: 2 – 31 Folk (Williams, Ferland), 4: 3 – 36 Donato (Backes, Cave), 5: 3 – 47 Teryavainen (Aho).
Chicago – Florida – 3: 6 (1: 1, 1: 3, 1: 2)
Washers : 1: 0 – 13 Murphy (Perlini, Stroom), 1: 1 – 16 Gavrilyuk (Pysik, Haley), 1: 2 – 22 Gavrilyuk (Matheson), 2: 2 – 24 Debrinkat (Toves, Stroom) , 2: 3 – 36 Hoffman (Vatrano, Wigar), 2: 4 – 37 McCann (Wigar), 2: 5 – 40 Malgin (McCann), 3: 5 – 49 Strohm (Murphy, Kane), 3: 6 – 58 Vatrano (Yandl, Barkov).
Rangers – Philadelphia – 2: 3 (1: 0, 0: 1, 1: 1)
Washers : 1: 0 – 10 Krider (Staal, Hayes), 1: 1 – 21 Raffl (Senheim), 2: 1 – 45 Nieves (Andersson), 2: 2 – 45 Simmonds (Couturier, Voracek).
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Washers : 1: 0 – 1 Kapanen (Matthews, Reilly), 1: 1 – 3 Groneck, 1: 2 – 19 Rasmussen (Jensen, Larkin), 1: 3 – 29 En (Megan), 2: 3 – 32 Gauthier (Moore, Lindholm), 3: 3 – 34 Reilly (Junsson, Tavares), 3: 4 – 52 Nielsen (Bertuzzi, Krunvall), 4: 4 – 59 Tavares (Gardiner), 5: 4 – 61 Kapanen (Kadri , Dermott).