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Watch Teaser Clip Of Michael Ealy's New Cop Show "Common Law" Premiering In Jan. On The USA Network

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by Cynthia Reid
November 30, 2011 3:22 PM
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Good news for all you Michael Ealy fans...His new cop series, Common Law, will premiere January 26 on the USA network.

The show stars Ealy alongside Warren Kole as a pair of Los Angeles Police Department detectives who can't seem to get along and, therefore, are sent to couples therapy to resolve their issues.

Huh...couples therapy?  Anyway...check out the teaser clip below and tell me what you think.  Is it a thumbs up or does it need the Sandman Sims "tap dance it away" treatment?

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  • misha | November 30, 2011 6:34 PMReply

    Ha. It looks cute and fun. And I just like staring at Michael...the white guy is cute too. Yep, that's enough to get me to tune in. :D

  • reg | November 30, 2011 5:01 PMReply

    glad ealy's working. but from this teaser this show is not a must-see. i mean is that not the blandest wht guy they could get or what? looks 'psych' for adults. which is unfair, cuz i actually haven't watched that since like the 2nd episode. meh.
    george is right: more 'sleeper cell' pls. kill 'burn notice' forthwith. bring back 'good guys'.

  • George | November 30, 2011 4:00 PMReply

    Still hoping Showtime would give Sleeper Cell a third act. Oh Well, since Burn Notice the USA brand seems to be watering down their formula. Shows have less overarching story and more procedural concept. I really don't see how much they can truly evolve the whole buddy cop show. That basically trait in all the bland crime procedurals on broadcast. If it turns out even better than "The Good Guys". It will find a place on TV viewing schedule.

  • IJ Clinton | December 1, 2011 1:50 PM

    I feel you on Sleeper Cell. That was excellent. Glad Ealy got a Golden Globe nomination for it and that it got an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Miniseries. He's very talented and needs more meaty roles like that.

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