Actor Adrian Holmes on the human drama behind the uniform on his cop drama 19-2

In the final season of CTV's cop drama, 19-2, actor Adrian Holmes talks about his character Nick Barron's efforts to navigate police corruption.
Adrian Holmes arrives at at Grauman's Chinese Theatre on March 7, 2011 in Hollywood, California. (Getty Images)

19-2, the cop show adapted from the French-language series of the same name, takes a non-sensationalized look at what it means to be a police officer today. It follows two beat officers, on and off duty, and addresses everything from the realities of foot patrol to corruption within the force.

Canadian actor Adrian Holmes stars in 19-2 as the strong-willed Nick Barron, who is often trying to navigate corruption in an effort to do the right thing.

Holmes talks to q host Tom Power about how 19-2 is different from the average cop show and what to expect as it enters its final season.

19-2 airs Sunday nights on Crave and Monday nights on CTV. 

— Produced by Vanessa Nigro 


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