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A handsome New Orleans detective and a sexy district attorney heat things up in New Orleans, The Big Easy, as the two investigate crimes in a beleaguered police department.
In the series pilot, Det. McSwain is the point man on a homicide investigation that's complicated by his romantic interest in a Federal attorney.
A psychic provides clues to a murder case that makes reluctant partners of Det. McSwain and DA liaison Anne Osborne, whose relationship is heating up.
Strippers and female impersonators figure in a seamy and complex murder case embroiling Remy and Anne.
Supernatural elements underscore intrigue in the music biz and complicate an investigation of the murder of a bluesman.
Elizabeth Ashley plays a socialite who's linked to the murder of her husband. She's also romantically tied to C.D.
Thanks to Remy, Anne's straight-arrow fiancé gets mixed up in homicide cases---and involved with a confidential source posing as an exotic dancer.
A gambler friend of Remy's is the main suspect in the murder of a Treasury agent, whom the player attacked earlier on a riverboat casino.
The murder of a flamboyant businessman exposes the dark secrets and duplicity of two major suspects: women who both claim to be the victim's wife.
The murder of a radio personality known as The Love Doctor coincides with a visit from Anne's troubled sister, who was once the victim's sweetheart.
Voodoo spells, an exotic hallucinogen and a jilted lover are elements in Remy's investigation of a businessman's murder.
The death of a slimy self-help guru is linked to a constricting snake, but who trained the creature? Remy's on the trail, somewhat reluctantly because "snakes make me a little queasy."
Mardi Gras frames tense hostage situations, in which Remy becomes the captive of an escaped, convicted killer, and C.D. is held captive by that fellow's pregnant girlfriend.
A mystery recalling "Rear Window" occupies Remy and Anne: a friend is laid up with a broken leg and thinks she's seen a murder in an apartment across her courtyard.
Romance and mobsters figure in a homicide that links the slaying of a jealous hood to his girlfriend's new beau. He's a jazzman who's now on the run from the victim's boss.
This complex episode revolves around con artists, masquerades, larceny, murder---and a 1934 Mercedes Roadster in mint condition that's worth $250,000.
A swampland murder mystery preoccupies Remy, who links the slaying to alligator poachers. But that's merely a setup by killers who have bigger fish to fry.
Clues in the murder of a wealthy socialite point to the prospective inheritors, including a flighty neice, a suave nephew and, of course, the butler.
Clips from past episodes recall perils faced by Remy and Anne, who are currently being chased by vengeful thugs through reptile-infested bayous.
Treasure hunters in search of loot buried by pirate Jean Lafitte are being slain, and the No. 1 suspect is a handsome rogue with eyes for Anne.
A man is found dead, murdered in an apparently spooky mansion. Remy has to prove a ghost was not responsible for the man's death.
A case that Remy can really sink his teeth into: the murder of a writer who was researching a book on a vampire cult and its secretive, elusive leader.
The suit of a Mardi Gras Indian is stolen and an Indian Chief is murdered. The owner of the missing suit is accused of the murder, but did he really do it?
Barry Corbin(C.D. LeBlanc)
Tony Crane(Remy McSwain)
Susan Walters(Anne Osborne)
Leslie Bibb(Janine Rebbenack)
Eric K. George(Smiley Dupree)
Karla Tamburrelli(Darlene Broussard)
Troy Bryant(Lightnin' Hawkins)
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