Parents' Guide to

Hit & Run

By Marty Brown, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 14+

Conspiracy thriller features violence, sex, smoking.

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Good conspiracy thrillers often put viewers in the central character's point of view as the action unravels. Hit & Run works because tour guide-turned-amateur detective Segev could not know less about the situation he is thrust into. Then, as he learns more and more about the mystery at the heart of the series, more questions come to the surface than answers. It's a rare show that feels like it could go absolutely any direction from its opening premise, but Hit & Run manages to build intrigue as it goes along.

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