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From the father of comic book superheroes Stan Lee comes an intense new action crime series about a brilliant but flawed police officer with the power to control luck.
This is the one power that Stan Lee himself wants, which is what prompted him to create the series in the first place. You may be watching and wondering where you have seen the familiar faces of the cast before…
James Nesbitt (Harry)
The Irish actor, civil servant and Golden Globe nominee will wow you with his silky-smooth accent that is no doubt the cornerstone of his illustrious acting career.
Where you’ve seen him before: As Bofur in the Hobbit movies, in the series Cold Feet, BBC’s crime drama The Missing, and many more.
You can watch The Missing on Showmax right now.
Sienna Guillory (Eve)
The daughter of American folk guitarist Isaac Guillory was encouraged to express herself as a child, which is what led her to become an actor. Good call.
Where you’ve seen her before: As Jill Valentine, the main character in the Resident Evil movies; in Love Actually as Jamie’s duplicitous girlfriend; in the series Fortitude as Natalie, plus loads more.
Amara Karan (DS Suri Chohan)
Amara thought acting was a risky business, so she graduated with a degree in Politics, Philosophy and Economics from Oxford University. She then realised that she was actually an awesome actress and decided to pursue it further. A month after graduating from drama school she was auditioning for a Wes Anderson film, The Darjeeling Limited.
Where you’ve seen her before: She landed the role as Rita in Wes Anderson’s The Darjeeling Limited. You’ve also seen her in HBO’s brilliant thriller series, The Night Of.
You can watch HBO’s The Night Of on Showmax right now.
Eve Best (Anna Clayton)
The Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts gave Eve the best possible footing to kickstart her career in film. The English-born actress has now got an impressive slate of films behind her.
Where you’ve seen her before: In The King’s Speech as Wallis Simpson and in Nurse Jackie as Dr Eleanor O’Hara.
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