Published On: Fri, Mar 9th, 2018

Cory Hardrict predicts ‘The Oath’ will be ‘one of the big shows of 2018’

In a world where lawyers, doctors and police officers have taken a large chunk of the TV market for years, how does one make law enforcement interesting again?
The answer: “The Oath.” said Cory Hardrict.

The new drama, which premieres on Crackle’s streaming service Thursday, takes viewers on the carousel that is family, love, betrayal, lies and corruption within the brotherhood of the thin blue line. The 10-episode series, executive produced by Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson, centers on the Ravens, a gang of cops who rob banks, launder money, bribe and basically run roughshod over anyone who doesn’t fall into their realm of control. Chicago-Southland native Cory Hardrict stars with “Game of Thrones” alum Sean Bean, Ryan Kwanten (HBO’s “True Blood”) and Elisabeth Rohm (TNT’s “The Last Ship”).

Each cop comes with his own baggage as to why he is a part of this secret society, but family is at the core of the show: The Hammonds, a family of cops, keeps the Ravens together when outside forces, from the streets to the feds, try to break them up. The Hammonds are Tom (Bean), the leader of the Ravens, and his two sons, Steve (Kwanten) and Cole (Hardrict), who was adopted by Tom and his now ex-wife Gwenn. Tom is in prison awaiting trial on federal bribery charges and has handed command of the Ravens to Steve, his oldest son. Steve’s extended family is the members of the Ravens and his closest allies, besides his brother Cole, are his partner, Pete Ramos (J.J. Soria), and Karen Beach (Katrina Law).

“The Oath” Premiers on Crackle 

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