- Mike Sweeney (Hugh Dillon) - Mike Sweeney is a veteran homicide detective with trouble coming to terms with his past. He tries to escape it by leaving his old position and life behind after his professional partner is murdered. Sweeney moves his family to a renovated home in the suburb where he grew up, but realizes he cannot escape old demons. As his wife is diagnosed with breast cancer, he seeks solace in a support group with a teacher grieving the death of her mother.
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