- 08/02 - Episode 1.01 - Pilot [Airing October 4]: The episode starts with a glimpse of the nine going about their day: Jeremy (Scott Wolf) is a surgeon; Lizzie (Jessica Collins) is his girlfriend and she has something to tell him; Egan (John Billingsley) wants a boat loan, but doesn't think his wife will approve--he plans to kill himself; Malcolm (Chi McBride) is the bank manager; Felicia (Dana Davis) is his daughter; Eva (Lourdes Benedicto) and Franny (Camille Guaty) are sisters and work at the bank; Nick (Tom Daly) is a cop with a gambling problem and a crush on Eva; Kathryn (Kim Raver) is an assistant district attorney sleeping with her boss (Tom Verica). We see the robbers, Lucas (Owain Yeoman) and Randall (Jeffrey Pierce) in the car making the final arrangements as each of the nine make their way inside the bank. The robbery begins and then the episode skips to 52 hours later, when they are finally rescued. The rest of the episode shows us how the nine bonded during the ordeal, and we see how they changed from the glimpse we got at the beginning of the episode.
- 08/11 - Episode 1.02 - Hero's Welcome: This episode introduces new recurring characters: Rachel Kim (Kathryn's secretary) and Ricky (Eva's son). Sean McDermott, a high-profile lawyer, takes on a high-profile case pro bono to get attention. An L.A. morning talk show reports speculation that the hostage situation may have been mismanaged and compares it to Waco. Kathryn meets with Monica Tice, a reporter for the L.A Times investigating the robbery. Nick visits Kathryn at work and leaves after waiting around for 30 minutes. A man undergoes a risky heart operation. Malcolm interviews a new banker.
- 08/22 - Episode 1.03 - What's Your Emergency: Nick asks Mario, a coroner, to look at Randall's medical chart for signs of foul play. Egan quit his job and is at the employment office looking for something creative and not in a cubicle. He runs into Franny there, who is now taking care of Ricky, Eva's son. Kathryn is back at work trying to show everyone she has not gone soft and can still handle the same load as before, but squeezing witnesses seems to be getting harder.
Sounds pretty interesting.