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Hack (2002 - 2004)

Hack (2002 - 2004)

AVERAGE TOMATOMETER

21%
25%

AVERAGE AUDIENCE SCORE

Critic Consensus: No consensus yet.

Series Info

Dark, somber drama about a Philadelphia cop-turned-cabdriver who continues to fight crime after losing his badge in a police scandal that disgraced him and his family. The series was created by `Spider-Man' screenwriter David Koepp.

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Seasons

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2003, CBS, 18 episodes

21%
Critics Consensus: Hack's downtrodden mood and underdeveloped characters make its contrived premise seem like the least of its problems.

2002, CBS, 22 episodes

Cast

David Morse
as Mike Olshansky
Andre Braugher
as Marcellus Washington
Matthew Borish
as Michael Olshansky Jr.
Matt Czuchry
as Jamie Farrel
Joanna Rhinehart
as Janelle Washington
Paul Adelstein
as Sgt. Aldo Rossi
Mark Margolis
as Nicolai Zosimov
Cindy Katz
as Bettina Corwin
Lindsay Crouse
as Beth Kulvicki
Cameron Ball
as Ashton Washington
Gregg Edelman
as Dr. Ryan Ambrose
J.D. Jackson
as Skeeter D
Ukee Washington
as News Anchor
John Dossett
as Jack Shannon
Adam LaFevre
as Chuck Bynum
Brian Smiar
as Bill Olshansky
Anthony Chisholm
as Big Elwood
James Rebhorn
as Richard Farrel
David Wolos Fonteno
as Dr. Terrence Giles
Ken Jennings
as Little Harry
Viola Davis
as Stephanie `Stevie' Morgan
Fisher Stevens
as Donnie Franco
Meghan Wolf
as Jody Lincoln
Tawny Cypress
as Anna Rowe
Matt Servitto
as Marty Glavin
Christina Chang
as Cate Tann
Joseph Siravo
as Capt. Bruce Dutton
David Vadim
as Orderly
Sonja Robson
as Brenda MacGowan
Kelli Williams
as Charlotte Weston
Patrick Garner
as Money Man
James Badge Dale
as Billy Ryan
Robert Pastorelli
as Lewis Bernard
Shane McRae
as Chris Olshansky
David Patrick Kelly
as Eddie O'Daniel
Austin Lysy
as Wilson Thayer
Kelly Hutchinson
as Helen Olshansky
Jason Antoon
as Henry Nibs
Michael Hayden
as Nick Bennett
Langdon Bensing
as Ken MacGowan
Marissa Ryan
as Melissa
James Eckhouse
as Anthony Lewis Sparks
Gary Cole
as John Scanlon
Sterling K. Brown
as Rasheed Morgan
Christopher Orr
as Brian Lowe
Michelle Monaghan
as Stacy Kumble
Peter Rini
as Alec Carey
Anne Twomey
as Mrs. Farrel
Jess Weixler
as Martha Skullnick
Eric Thal
as Danny Jannik
Colleen Clinton
as Jeanine Adams
Moira Kelly
as Vanessa Griffin
John Heard
as Paul `Webster' Ballinger/Peter Ballinger
Robert Clohessy
as Jack Tully
Jeffrey DeMunn
as Vasily Yurchenko
Donna Ryan
as Amanda
Jeremy Roenick
as Desk Sergeant
Clayton Prince
as Det. Dowd
Jeb Kreager
as Police Officer No. 2
Thomas Ryan
as Det. Sean Reilly
Trudy Wilson
as Waitress
Cullen Clancy
as Sam Olshansky
Daniel McDonald
as Dr. Brad Maynard
Jamie Goodwin
as Doug Fulton
Jason Rush
as Chris Lewis Hudson
Leslie Elliard
as Lucious `Luc' Hayes
Jerry Lyden
as Det. Pittman
Jason Ritter
as Teddy Griffin
Chad Lowe
as Jimmy Scanlon
Anika Noni Rose
as Vickie Morgan
Matthew Morrison
as Sam Wagner
Barry Bostwick
as Andrew Thayer
Hayden Saunier
as Mrs. Kumble
Abigail Breslin
as Kayla Adams
Idris Elba
as Mac Boone
Kali Rocha
as Pregnant Joyce
John Benjamin Hickey
as Dr. Martin Shane
Lee Matthews
as Security Guard
Rebecca Lisak
as Allissa Lincoln
Jennifer Westfeldt
as Emily Carson
Ritchie Coster
as Nick Trepov
Billy Lush
as Lucas Atherton
Brady Beyer
as Daren Adams
Nick Mancuso
as Vahan Badakian
Diane Neal
as Charlene Bennet
Brian Anthony Wilson
as Raymond Henley
Natacha Roi
as Patty Fulton
Allison Daugherty
as Marcia Novak
Michael Mastro
as Mark Loring
Jay O. Sanders
as Mitchell Olshansky
Bruce Norris
as Ted Smith
Martha Plimpton
as Louise O'Connor
Al Twanmo
as Mr. Kim
Harry O'Reilly
as U.S. Marshal Tim Wyatt
Malcolm-Ali Davis
as Todd Morgan
Caroline Kava
as Wanda Skullnick
Robert McKay
as Manning
Vince Mancini
as Detective
Kevin O'Rourke
as Terry Kulvicki
Ethan Cadoff
as A.D.A. Katz
Franklin Ojeda Smith
as Judge Hopkins
Andy Balasia
as Bobby Fulton
Jessica Alexander
as Cate Rawlings
Stephen Sable
as Mr. Leung
Oksana Lada
as Katrina Nibs
Robert Petkoff
as Dr. Bill Burke
Jonathan Walker
as Phil Thompson
Kevin Corrigan
as Brad Pierson
Yusuf Gatewood
as Antoine Truby
Dean Malissa
as Businessman
David Harbour
as Christopher Clark
James Pyduck
as Employee
Patrick F. McDade
as Lonny Hawthorn
Rick Domeier
as Dr. Bob Robbins
Lisa Asher
as Lindsey
Clara Bryant
as Jessica
Amy Yaagisawa
as Waitress
Laura Ekstrand
as Renee Anderson
Sharon Swainson
as Secretary
Nadia Axakowsky
as Nancy Campbell
Matte Osian
as Duke Badakian
Nancy Glass
as Anchor No. 2
Al Sachs
as Guest
Brittany Brooks
as Lucy Rowe
Ryan Sands
as Wendell Edison
Francie Swift
as Jennifer Holt
Damion Clarke
as Police Officer
Kevin Wit
as Bobby Bright
Karin Gustafson
as Case Worker
Marcos Muniz
as DeAngelo
Deirdre Lewis
as Dr. Marilyn Baines
Will Bozarth
as Frederick Morton
Louis Lippa
as Elderly Security Guard
Amanda Danielle
as Susan Goodman
Derik Frymire
as Skinhead No. 1
Peg French
as Mrs. Silverman
Greg Wood
as Dickson Kiley
David King
as Wayne Gondry
John Ignarri
as Freddie
Adam Grupper
as Paul Jenkins
Heather Mazur
as Rina Lowe
John Emanuel
as Uniformed Cop
Mark Joy
as Daniel Crawford
Mike Creo
as Myles
Roderick Slocum
as Uniformed Cop
Michael McKenzie
as Pastor Frank
Yvonne Erikson
as Mrs. Stoddard
Brea Bee
as Young Woman
Mark Indelicato
as Berge Badakian
Amy Capels
as TV Reporter
Cecelia Ann Birt
as E.R. Doctor
Michael Lamanna
as Messenger
Dominick Cicco
as Bartender
David Bailey
as Dr. Bellamy
Jonah Wanicur
as Skinhead No. 2
Gary Wheeler
as The Man
Robert Kelly
as Jim Cooper
Ayoka Dorsey
as Joyce Kinkade
Cliff Weldon
as Bailiff
John Seidman
as Marty Handler
Jerold Goldstein
as Mark Prior
Matthew Arkin
as Kramalnik
Damon Gupton
as Mark Simmons
Alexandra Lydon
as Julie Reed
D. Sabela Grimes
as Strung Out Dealer
Ted Koch
as Erik Lincoln
H. Michael Walls
as Counter Man
Jason Loftus
as Sergeant Macky Taylor
Ralph Edmonds
as Buick Driver
Michael Oberlander
as U.S. Marshal Keith
Johnnie Hobbs Jr.
as Judge Gregory Newburg
Sophina Brown
as Tammi Anderson
Al Mohrmann
as Mr. Stoddard
Gene Foschini
as Homeless Man
Rebecca Kimball
as Bar Waitress
Peter Hermann
as Mark Vincenzo
Joey Perillo
as Larry Noble
Derrick Simmons
as Stunt Mugger
Jeremy Shamos
as Mark Redding
Mae Capanna
as Mrs. Sugalski
Jennifer Mudge
as Eva Beallo
Tim Moyer
as Ethan Morris
Jason Kolotouros
as Detective Madrid
Matthew Higgins
as Uri Rasprovitch
Adam Way
as Police Officer No. 1
Ric Stoneback
as Large Man
Jennifer Massey
as Suburban Woman
Ken Harris
as Bouncer No. 1
Cheryl Puente
as Jeanette
Christopher K. Long
as Security Guard
William R. Johnson
as Detective Dennison
Leon
as Ulysses Mims
Joseph Lane
as Security Guard
Joe Chevere
as Dominican Guy
Alex Rivera
as Tattoo Man
Morgan Baker
as Andrew Taylor
Kevin DiPasquale
as Andy Bianchi
Lynda Gravatt
as Mrs. Woodman
Tim Bensch
as Bellman
Henry Strozier
as Bishop Long
Opal Alladin
as Shelly Gallagher
Rayna Favinger
as Tense Woman
Buck Schirner
as George Crawford
Richard Sarselli
as Sharpshooter
Jeff Farber
as Paul Dockerty
Susan Pellegrino
as Mrs. Morton
Steve Cell
as Guy in Black
Russ Widdall
as Businessman
Jay M. Boryea
as Bouncer No. 2
Christopher Mann
as Concerned Man
Mary Skinner
as Julie Scanlon
Shannon Burkett
as Jody Veitch
John Lumia
as Beetle
Nina Hodoruk
as Liza Friedman
Timothy Ruiz
as Mitch Portuges
Ginny Graham
as Constance Conroy
Rhonda Overby
as Reporter No. 1
Charlie Fersko
as Lou Casey
Anthony Bosco
as Reporter No. 2
Tony Woods
as Skeeter Davis
Matt Witten
as Businessman No. 1
Dennis John Cahill
as Drunken Guy
Jim McBride
as Police Officer
Darren Bevill
as Security Guard
Suzanne Dawson
as Mrs. Wilmer
Joe Catalano
as Officer Allicotti
Angel Oquendo
as Security Guard No. 1
Rick Foster
as Bartender
Matt Saunders
as Freddie Trout
Walt McPherson
as Dispatcher
Charles Techman
as William Conroy
Tracey Held
as Reporter No. 2
Stevie Ray Dallimore
as Businessman No. 2
Brian T. Delaney
as Troy Pappas
Walt MacPherson
as Dispatcher
Susan Wilder
as Dr. Alpern
Alex Emanuel
as Womanizer
Ken Arnold
as Shane Newhart
Scott Brooks
as Bartender
Marvina Vinique
as Officer Mendlow
Jarvis W. George
as Off. McClure
Melvin Cauthern
as Team Leader
Lou Sumrall
as Zeke Shepard
Lindsay Smiling
as Security Guard No. 2
Linda Axelrod
as Lorraine
Sylvia Kauders
as Owner's Wife
Jeffrey Frost
as Lowlife No. 2
Shannan Wilson
as Young Woman
Larry Sharp
as Mr. Van Gelder
Betsy Aidem
as Mrs. Morrison
Dion Graham
as Ray Slavitt
Candy Aston-Dennis
as Mrs. Van Gelder
Kim Thomas
as Secretary
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Series Details

TV Network: CBS
Premiere Date: Jan 10, 2002
Genre: Drama
Executive Producers: Gavin Polone, Robert Singer, Thomas Carter, David Koepp
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