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Chicago Fire, Ray Donovan star headlines Bronx SIU

We don't talk a lot of TV here in The Basement, but I figure it's high time that we do. TV, books, video games . . . it's all up for grabs from now on.

And that brings us to Bronx SIU (Special Investigations Unit), which hits UMC and Amazon Prime on July 19.

Starring Brian White of Ray Donovan and Chicago Fire fame, this urban crime drama focuses on a specialized team of cops who tackle the toughest cases in New York's Bronx neighbourhood. Miguel S. Nunez Jr., Denise Boutte and Eddie Davenport also star.

The eight episode run promises a lot of action and drama. Wanna peak? Course you do. Check it:



A screener for this bad boy also landed in The Basement. We'll check it out and report back. Stick with us!


Source: RJL Entertainment

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