When her latest love interest turns out to be a 500-year-old vampire and the caseload of her fledgling P.I. agency shifts from fraud artists and cheating spouses to battles with ghosts, ghouls, zombies and demons, ex-police detective Vicki Nelson realizes that her life will never be the same.
Blood Ties, based on a series of books by Tanya Huff (the two-hour pilot is an adaptation of the first novel, Blood Price), is produced by Canada's CHUM Television, but is airing first on Lifetime in the United States. The series will air in Canada in the fall.
Coreen is possessed by Astaroth, who wants to use her to get to Vicky.
Vicky must make a choice that could imperil her soul.
Mike gets in serious trouble at work because of his association with Vicky and Henry finalizes his arrangements to move to Vancouver.
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Technically NOT Season 2Rating: 3 likes, 1 dislikes
No disrespect intended, but it's still technically Season 1. LIFETIME just screwed up the numbering. Eps 13-22 are still listed with a 1x in front of them, which translates as Season/Series 1. I don't know how that's going to affect the numbering system on the "official" site, but I hope KEI doesn't give in to the false numbers. Season 1 was originally sold as a complete 22 episode set around the rest of the world. Read more
Review posted on Sunday, November 11th 2007 at 7:38 am
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Recaps1x5: Deadly Departed recap
: Vicki's latest case puts her on the trail of deceased convicted killer who happens to be a revenge-seeking ghost. As Vicki attempts to stop the ghost from killing even more people, she learns her connection to the supernatural world is deeper than she thought. Mike also confronts Vicki about Henry's true identity... read more.