Fastlane – The Complete Series

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  • Van Ray and Deaq Hayes are cops, but they don?t carry badges. They?re more likely to carry a case full of Benjamins. Everything they need to fight high-end criminals, they get from the Candy Store ? the armory of toys and bling confiscated from busted crimelords and used to help the cops pass as legit criminals. From creators McG (the Charlie?s Angels movies) and John McNamara (TV?s The Fugitive)

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Van Ray and Deaq Hayes are cops, but they don’t carry badges. They’re more likely to carry a case full of Benjamins. Everything they need to fight high-end criminals, they get from the Candy Store – the armory of toys and bling confiscated from busted crimelords and used to help the cops pass as legit criminals. From creators McG (the Charlie’s Angels movies) and John McNamara (TV’s The Fugitive) comes the undercover overdrive of Fastlane. Tiffani Thiessen plays t… More >>

Fastlane – The Complete Series

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5 Comments
  1. Since most people on here seem to have “come” once they heard the show is on DVD have you all stopped and asked yourself if its uncut?

    There was language edited in every broadcast. Also the violence was toned down. The MTV version was the worst. Anyone know if its the original theme song too? Not the snoop dogg version..the limp biscuit cut.

    I mean before you all wet yourselves ask if this is the correct uncut version of the show.

    Chitheads.
    Rating: 3 / 5

  2. Co-created by Charlie’s Angels helmer McG, Fastlane may very well be the flashiest action series to hit prime time television, well, maybe ever. Peter Facinelli and Bill Bellamy star as Van and Deaq respectively, two rogue cops who team up under the supervision of their handler Billie (Tiffani Thiessen) to bring down the bad guys in a variety of flashy action, chase, and stunt sequences. However, with all the gloss and beautiful people around, there really isn’t much room for such things as character development or a coherent plot either. Facinelli and Bellamy, as much as one may want to like them, just come off as cardboard cut-outs, as a majority of the acting to be found on Fastlane is just bad. There are some interesting moments to be found though, including the arrival of Van’s con-man father (Robert Forster), and Jay Mohr as an overseer who yearns to shut everything down. Things really start to heat up and get good towards the end of the series however, as Van and Deaq are led on a wild goose chase, but the series ended up being canceled thanks to the large production costs for each episode, so things don’t get wrapped up. All in all, there really isn’t anything to Fastlane underneath all the shiny gloss, but the show never really got the opportunity to grow into something worthwhile either before getting canned. Fans of the series will surely eat this DVD set up, all others won’t be missing too much.
    Rating: 2 / 5

  3. The entire family is enjoying sitting down together and watching the Fastlane series on DVD.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  4. Absouletly love the show, I’m just glad its finally out on DVD. I recommend everyone go and buy a copy.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  5. I just saw the commercial for this DVD and yelled so loudly that my husband was concerned. I’ve been waiting for this show to reach DVD and finally it’s here. McG has an exciting and fabulous way of putting together a show that is so much fun to watch. Don’t expect any Emmy-worthy performances, because this show wasn’t about that. It was about being cool, living fast, and doing whatever it takes to get the bad guys. The Candy Store rocks!
    Rating: 5 / 5

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