Catch the Breakout Kings Today
If you have never seen the show, Breakout Kings... I suggest you check it out now!
I had never seen it, but then I had the chance to review it on here...
We put in the first episode and were hooked!
Breakout Kings Season One was released on DVD March 13th and we luckily have a new show to watch now! Have you heard of it? Seen it? It comes on A&E and it is a great show that holds you for the whole time!
Marc and I started watching the other night... between March Madness Basketball going on, most of our normal shows were not on or were on repeat... Since we had this whole first season, we figured why not check it out?! So glad we did! We watched a couple episodes and were discussing how the show starts off with a bang and you are hooked from the intro! Not to worry though, it doesn't die down through the whole episode... but rather keeps reeling you in!
When the boys came for Spring Break... I asked if they had seen this show, they had watched a few times... You know what that means? We put in the next disc and next thing you know.. they were hooked as well!
Needless to say, we have now watched the whole first season... and are trying to find a way to watch season two now. We found it "on demand" but still need to see the first episode of season two!
Now, let me tell you about the show... now that you know how much we love it :)
Breakout Kings is a show about cons that work with the US Marshalls to catch fugitives! In exchange for their help, they get a month shaved off of their sentence... and they were moved to a minimum security prison. If any of them mess up at all (try to run, steal or anything like that) they are ALL sent back to maximum security prison and their sentence is doubled! Each of them has a past they don't want to share with the others... so it makes for quite a show to see how they all work together...
“BREAKOUT KINGS” follows some unconventional partners working to catch convicts on the run. Driven by the fact that there are few things more dangerous than a prisoner who has just escaped and tired of following protocol, veteran U.S. Marshals Charlie DuChamp (Laz Alonso) and Ray Zancanelli (Domenick Lombardozzi) are taking an unorthodox approach to their work: using former fugitives to catch fugitives. If they agree to help, the fugitives’ sentences will be reduced for each escaped convict they bring in. However, if any of them should try to escape themselves their sentences will be doubled. Will the “BREAKOUT KINGS” wait for their freedom, or will they go on the run themselves?
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