Next Episode Mobile App
The best
TV tracker on mobile!
Get it now free for:
iPhone or Android

Golden Boy
+ add to watchlist

Golden Boy

The one-hour drama chronicles one cop's meteoric rise from officer to detective to Police Commissioner.

Show Info

Genre:
Aired on:
CBS, US
Runtime:
60 min.
Status:
Canceled/Ended
Created by:
Rating:
3.75/5 (4 ratings)
More Info:
Forum | IMDb | TheTVDB
Tools:
Subtitles

Trailer

Play Trailer Button

Stats

Premiered:
2013
Ended:
2013
Episodes:
13
Watchlists:
534

Episodes Guide and Summaries

Cast

as Detective Don Owen
as Det. Deb McKenzie
as Walter William Clark Jr.
as Christian Arroyo
as Detective Joe Diaco
as Agnes Clark

Popularity

Please login to access advanced features like popularity charts. Takes 10 seconds to register - join now.


If you like Golden Boy you may also like

Latest comments

Post New
by posted
Quinlan said:
Watched first episode a few months ago but it never lift me up enough to bother about watching the rest.


Same here, i have too much other piled up stuff.
by posted
Watched first episode a few months ago but it never lift me up enough to bother about watching the rest.
by posted
Thanks! I'll check it out when I have the time, then :)
by posted
Yes, it does play out like a miniseries, with lots of enticing hints about plot lines that would have played out had there been more seasons. But it was done in such a way that the one season has a beginning, middle and end (thanks to flashback and flashforwards.)
by posted
I think it is worth watching, even when knowing that it is cancelled.

The season ends with giving some answers and a couple more questions.
Not questions as in hearing a shot and not knowing if somebody is killed more like you see the Golden Boy in the future but wonder what happened to his dead stuffed dog in his office. (Not a spoiler, he doesn't have a dog! :))
by posted
I'm not sure I haven't brought myself to watch the last two episodes knowing it's cancelled. It's a really decent show I think.
by posted
Does it have a cliffhanger-ending? Or an unsatisfying ending? Is it worth watching even though it's cancelled?
by posted
Because anything that breaks the mold never gets enough time to find an audience. People tune in expecting same old thing and when they see a show doing something different they turn away. The people who thought it was the same old thing don't tune in at first and by the time they would give it a shot, its already to late.

I think if USA Network aired this show or another cable show it would have been better. The Audience would have been 4mil half of what it's getting, but that would be good for cable. It would get renewed and with time grow increasing it's viewing audience.
by posted
Quality doesn't matter. Ratings are all there is.
by posted
Cannot understand why it is always the good shows get canceled.... :( :(