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A gritty 1960s cop drama about LAPD detective Sam Hodiak and his trainee, who must deal with gangs, brutal crimes, changing times, family crises and unhinged manipulative small-time crook Charles Manson, who's slowly building his cult.
The events of Aquarius tv show take place in 1967, in Los Angeles. Police Sergeant Sam Hodiak helps to investigate a missing person. He was assisted by his partner Brian Shafe â€“ undercover officer. Brian is embedded in a hippie commune, where a missing person spent a lot of time. Brian is hanging around and asks different questions of other members of commune to somehow clarify the situation with the disappearance. They are investigating a crime, and soon they will have to meet with Charles Manson.Read more »
Detective series Aquarius continues. Through your activity viewing the first season of the series was decided to continue the events in the second season. The first season ended the fact that the police officer Sam Khodyak together with his partner named Sheyf find out the reasons of disappearance of the little daughter of well-known lawyer. And to them managed to learn that to this involved Charles Manson which headed hisself as a hippie. This man turned up very dangerous for the society. He created a special sect called "Family"and revealed sectarians the world of hippies, drugs and group sex. This all was the beginning of that he turned into a brutal killer. And such events forced to wince all of America. But it not could go on. Someone should put an end these crimes and to protect people from this killer. Therefore, the second season for Sam and Sheyf will of hot. They will go in his footsteps, trying to catch the criminal. And to do this will altogether not easy. Everything was much more difficult than they expected. Charles very carefully thought out his actions and tried to mask crimes. Him managed to tangle the situations and to deliver even more problems for investigation.Read more »