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"Deception" review by Suzanne
Mondays 10/9pm et/pt on NBC

This show will no doubt remind you of "Revenge" on ABC. However, it's not quite as good, not quite as tightly written and exciting as that show, but it's still good and worth watching. It's a good murder mystery where a young woman, Joanna (Meagan Good), is investigating her best friend Vivian's murder. Vivian was a wealthy socialite, and Joanna's mother was her family's maid. Joanna is a cop, investigating the murder, but the family just thinks she is the old family friend and invite her to stay with them.

A lot of great stuff happened in the first episode. We learn a lot about the characters, and more about the mystery. I enjoyed. I hope it gets a good audience.  It's got a great cast that includes Victor Garber and Tate Donovan, two of my favorites. Not sure I really believe that they are father and son, though, since they are only 13 years apart! LOL! But they are actors, so they can pull it off.

I plan to keep watching, and I hope you do, too!

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