Mike Hammer, Private Eye
Mickey Spillane's hard-boiled sleuth cracks cases in the chaotic streets of 1990s New York, teeming with danger, deception and dames.
S01:E01 - Prodigal Son
Mike Hammer is on the beat after the untimely death of former policeman Chic Farrell's death. After Mike finds Chic's son dead in a heroin house, the former cop is burning for revenge. Chic's own murder leaves Mike Hammer alone to find the killers, and the only witness is a strung out hooker who's on the run. The Russians and their steady supply of heroin to the city put them high up on Hammer's list of suspects.
S01:E02 - Beat Street
Mike Hammer is hired to investigate a toxic chemical dump in the Hudson River by Patrick Dean, the man accused of the crime. Hammer is no fan of tabloids, but his sleuthing uncovers new headlines of his own. While looking to clear his name, the journalist who broke the story and incriminated Patrick is found dead. Now, Hammer starts to suspect that his client might not be as clean as he claimed to be.
S01:E03 - www.murder
The virtual world has real consequences in Mike Hammer's latest case. Mike Hammer is offered a case by the worried grandmother of a missing young woman. Tamara had been working as a model for a racy website before her disappearance, and when Hammer's team discovers a snuff film posted online, he worries that she may have been victimized by something much more serious. Mike Hammer is on the case to either find Tamara, or bring her murderers to justice.
S01:E04 - Hoop Nightmares
Mayron Hughes may be one of the most sought after basketball players in the country, but the mysterious death of his former agents could threaten everything. The star athlete hires New York's most valuable private eye in order to prove his own innocence. The case becomes increasingly complicated, and the Hammer must look at an entire roster of suspects in order to find the real killer. From Mayron father to his new agent to Mayron himself, anyone could be the culprit.
S01:E05 - False Truths
A Hollywood actress with hometown ties to Hammer becomes the primary suspect in the gruesome murder of her own producer and boyfriend. In order to clear her name, she asks Mike to finds the real killer. The East Coast's best private eye must head West to get to the truth behind the lies. But as Hammer conducts his investigation, the situation in Malibu turns sticky, and he discovers that nothing is as it seems.
S01:E06 - Halloween
It's Devil's Night in New York, and this year's Halloween festivities prove especially deadly. Before their date, Mike Hammer's love interest is murdered in her own apartment. With his heart broken and his own life on the line, Hammer must track down the heinous murderer. With Hammer's friends being targeted, he discovers a pattern that points to a cultist killer that he had locked up before. Mike must solve the case quickly, or he could be next.
S01:E07 - Body Odor
An operating room with dead nurses, doctors, and patient draws serious questions, but something doesn't smell quite right. The daughter of the patient, whose body odor was believed to be the source of the deadly fumes, brings the case to Mike along with some suspicious questions about the nature of the hospital's treatment plan for her father. Something's just not right, and Hammer is determined to find out what.
S01:E08 - Sins of the Fathers
After a prostitute is murdered, Father Dressler is worried about the women who work nights in his neighborhood. The holy man asks Mike Hammer, a former parishioner, for help protecting the local ladies of the night but the rules of the confessional forbid him from giving Hammer too many details. When Dressler ends up dead, Mike Hammer is on the case, and he takes a position that is not so forgiving.
S01:E09 - A Penny Saved
A successful stock broker on Wall Street is murdered in cold blood, and Andy the janitor is the first one to find his body. But when the simple man gets blood on his hands and accidentally incriminates himself, he turns to Mike Hammer to help him clear his good name. Hammer sees that Andy is innocent, but his attempt to find the real culprit is nearly foiled by a series of traps and pitfalls that evade the private eye's keen intuitions and continue to make the janitor look guilty.