Police work isn't rocket science. It's harder. Inspired by true events, APB is a new police drama with a high-tech twist. Sky-high crime, officer-involved shootings, cover-ups and corruption: the over-extended and under-funded Chicago Police Department is spiraling out of control. Enter billionaire engineer Gideon Reeves. After his best friend is murdered in a botched attempted robbery, and the killer remains at large, Gideon demands justice. Putting up millions of dollars of his own money, he makes an unprecedented deal to take over the troubled 13th District - and reboot it as a private police force: better, faster and smarter than anything seen before. With cutting-edge technology created by Gideon himself, this eccentric yet brilliant outsider challenges the city's police force to rethink everything about the way they fight crime. But the near-overnight transition to the city's most advanced police district doesn't sit well with all of its members. Gideon knows if he's going to change anything, he needs an ally, whom he finds in Officer Theresa Murphy, an ambitious, street-smart cop who is ready to embrace Gideon's technological changes. With the help of Gideon's gifted tech officer, Ada Hamilton, he and Murphy embark on a mission to turn the 13th District - including a skeptical Sgt. Ned Conrad, and determined Officers Nicholas Brandt and Tasha Goss - into a dedicated crime-fighting force of the 21st century.
Runtime: 60 minutes
APB - Caitlin Stasey - Netflix
Caitlin Jean Stasey (born 1 May 1990) is an Australian actress. She is known for her role as Rachel Kinski in Neighbours. Previously she played Francesca Thomas in The Sleepover Club, although her breakthrough movie role came in Tomorrow, When the War Began, a 2010 movie adaption of the teen novel of the same name in which she played lead protagonist Ellie Linton. She also played Lady Kenna in the American series Reign from 2013 to 2015 and had a recurring role in the ABC2 series Please Like Me from 2013 to 2016. In 2017 Stasey starred as Ada on the Fox television drama APB, which was cancelled after one season in May 2017.
APB - Early life - Netflix
Caitlin was born in Melbourne, Victoria, where she was raised with her younger sister Victoria. Her parents are David and Sally. Stasey attended Star of the Sea College. In 2000, at the age of 10, she travelled the world as a member of the Australian Girls Choir, and took part in a re-recording of Peter Allen's “I Still Call Australia Home”, for a Qantas commercial.
APB - References - Netflix