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Cobie Smulders to Star as a Private Eye in ABC Drama Pilot Stumptown
By Dave Nemetz, TVLine.com - Feb. 25, 2019

Get ready to meet Cobie Smulders, P.I.: The How I Met Your Mother alum has signed to star as a private eye in the ABC drama pilot Stumptown, according to our sister site Variety.

Smulders will play Dex Parios, a whip-smart Army veteran who works as a private investigator in her hometown of Portland, Oregon. “With a complicated personal history and only herself to rely on, she solves other people’s messes with a blind eye toward her own,” per the network’s official description. Based on the graphic novels of the same name, Stumptown is created by Jason Richman (Mercy Street, Detroit 1-8-7), who also serves as an executive producer. (The drama earned a pilot order at the Alphabet network last month.)

If Stumptown gets picked up to series, it’d be Smulders’ first network TV role since playing newscaster/Canadian Robin Scherbatsky on the CBS sitcom How I Met Your Mother, a role she played for all nine seasons. After HIMYM ended in 2014, Smulders joined Keegan-Michael Key, Fred Savage and Billy Eichner in the ensemble cast of Netflix’s Friends From College, which just got cancelled after a two-season run. She also plays Maria Hill in Marvel’s Avengers movies, a role she has reprised on ABC’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

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A military vet that becomes a private investigator? I've never seen that before.
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A military vet that becomes a private investigator? I've never seen that before.
Better yet, a PI with a "complicated history".

Personally, I'm having trouble with the title. It's as a bad a title as "Beverly Hills Buntz" or "Terriers". I know it refers to a name once given to Portland, Oregon, but it's still a terrible title.
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Better yet, a PI with a "complicated history".

Personally, I'm having trouble with the title. It's as a bad a title as "Beverly Hills Buntz" or "Terriers". I know it refers to a name once given to Portland, Oregon, but it's still a terrible title.

I thought it was down the M6 from Speed Bump City...

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Yeah, this really sounds like a cutting-edge show...for 1997. But I'm gonna watch it because...Cobie Smulders.
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One of the few new shows I'll give a try. I like Cobie.

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A military vet that becomes a private investigator? I've never seen that before.
Mannix was one of my favorites....

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I was just watching the trailer for for this earlier. Looks decent, I’ll check out the pilot.

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‘Stumptown’: Portland-set series is one of Fall TV’s best, with a sizzling star turn from Cobie Smulders
By Kristi Turnquist, The Oregonian - Sep. 19, 2019

It’s never easy to tell from just one episode whether a TV series will be worth sticking with. But ABC’s new “Stumptown” starts off strong, quickly introducing us to characters we want to get to know better, avoiding the usual private investigator clichés, and giving us a setting that’s fresh and brimming with story possibilities.

OK, so we’re a little biased. “Stumptown” is set in Portland, and it’s inspired by graphic novels written by Portland-based author Greg Rucka. But “Stumptown” looks like it will be good enough on its own to make us forgive the fact that the show – despite some scenes filmed locally – will be produced in Los Angeles.

Cobie Smulders, best known for “How I Met Your Mother” and Marvel movies, is a perfect fit for Dex Parios, a military intelligence veteran who’s not exactly keeping it together in Portland.

After the first episodes gets off to a literally flying start with a stunt involving Dex, two thugs, and a car we see soaring in the sky with the Broadway Bridge in the background, we come crashing down to earth. Dex is gambling at a Native American-operated casino, and though she’s enthusiastic, she’s not particularly lucky.

Dex is shrewd enough to instantly spot a fishy come-on from a guy hitting on her with a made-up story, but she’s also gotten herself in deep debt to the Whispering Winds casino. Which is why she reluctantly agrees to do a job for the cool, tough-minded boss of the casino, Sue Lynn Blackbird (played with steely charisma by Tantoo Cardinal).

Dex hadn’t really thought of turning her military skills into a career as a private investigator, but when Sue Lynn’s granddaughter goes missing, Dex might just be the right person to find the young woman.

Cobie Smulders delivers a sharp, sexy performance as Dex Parios in “Stumptown,” based on comics-turned-graphic novels by Portland-based author Greg Rucka. (Photo: Kailey Schwerman/ABC)

As Dex pursues leads, we meet the other people in her life. She takes care of her younger brother, Ansel (played by Cole Sibus), who wears a Portland Timbers shirt to display his loyalty, and who has Down syndrome. Dex’s friend, Grey McConnell (a winning turn by Jake Johnson, of “New Girl”), also pitches in when it comes to looking after Ansel, even as Grey is opening his own bar.

Once Dex starts tangling with bad guys – like the ones who lock her in that car trunk we see in that opening action sequence – she gets beaten up, lied to, and meets members of the Portland police force, including Detective Miles Hoffman (Michael Ealy) and Lieutenant Cosgrove (Camryn Manheim).

Along the way, we learn that Dex has enough demons to populate a Halloween haunted house, and that her self-destructive impulses are at war with her yearning to make things right, even after she messes them up.

For Portlanders, there’s fun in seeing the scenes filmed on location (the pilot also includes scenes filmed in Vancouver, B.C.); meeting Dex’s friend, Tookie (Adrian Martinez), who owns a taco food cart (how Portland can you get?); hearing references to Old Town, Bend, and more Oregon spots; and, once again, seeing the “Portland, Oregon” neon sign in Old Town, letting viewers know where this is supposedly taking place.

Even better is how executive producer and showrunner Jason Richman’s script mixes suspense with Dex’s self-deprecating jokes, and the expert performances from everyone in the cast.

It’s particularly satisfying to see Smulders flex muscles we maybe didn’t know she had. She makes Dex both a deeply human, self-sabotaging mess, and a brave, gutsy heroine we’re willing to follow down dark alleys, in Portland, or anywhere else.

“Stumptown” premieres at 10 p.m., Wednesday, Sept. 25, on ABC.

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Has Cobie and Jake Johnson and EW recommended it as one of the few new shows it recommends.

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Well this one does qualify as one of the best new shows. Enjoyed the ride. Plot-wise nothing really new, but as with pretty much every show today the plot is secondary to the characters. Pretty much every plot line has been done in one form or another but you can create interesting takes on characters. I'm in for the season unless it goes really bad a few episodes in.
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I am hearing tons of high praise for this show. I am definitely going to check it out this weekend.

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Loved the opener; the series takes place in the present, but has such an overwhelming '80's vibe that it's obvious who the showrunners are after as an audience--male boomers who've been around long enough to see tons of violent action and car chases! And mixtapes!!! Wow, remember them? Classic rock plays a big part in establishing the mood in this show.

Smulders is AMAZING in this, playing Dex, a veteran of the Afghanistan conflict suffering from PTSD aspiring to get her license to be a private investigator, and a "very cool chick" who is still able to fight like a modern-day Wonder Woman without any superpowers--but with a wicked nut-kick! It's derived from a graphic novel, and she happens to be perfect as the lead. This show may quickly get the rep as most violent show on a U.S. network, but there's enough humor mixed in with the drama to keep the plots from turning Grimm (see what I did there?). Anyway, Smulders true co-star here is the city of Portland, which has featured plenty of times in TV series in the last several years--but never quite as down-and-dirty gritty as we see in Stumptown.

There has not been a network TV action drama as fun to watch as this one for a long time. Great banter, and occasional one-liners (Tookie: "What happened to your face?" … Dex: "What happened to YOUR face???) Watch it and you'll see why this one has been getting such buzz; the previews for upcoming episodes definitely left me with the impression that this is going to get even better as the season progresses. Definitely make this a must-see!
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My feelings almost exactly mirror this. Not terribly original, but the characters, their chemistry, and the banter are all great. If the show can maintain that without going south quickly the way Whiskey Cavalier did last year, I'm in.

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A little to much family stuff for my taste.
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It's okay. The only significant appeal so far is Cobie Smoldering. Probably not enough to keep me watching.
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I like good PI shows and enjoyed the pilot. DVR set for the season.
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I enjoyed show 1 but this looks exactly like the kind of show that becomes formulaic and repeats over and over again. I usually watch these shows for about 8 or so eps and then quit.
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I enjoyed the premiere. Nothing really original, but as others said, the cast carries the show. Hopefully Colby Smulders can dial in her character to give Dex a true personality. Right now, she’s broody, sarcastic, PTSD soldier lady.
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The opening was tremendous but then again you saw that in the trailers. I just worry that every show that they hype in commercial after commercial turns outs to be a dud. Hope not but we will see.
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The Bar Owner adds nothing and the family stuff can get distracting.

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Exactly my thought as well.
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I actually liked the second episode better than the first. A lot more like "real life" than any "PI" show that network television has churned out for such a long time. Almost like a second pilot, episode 2 had more of the great action that seems to be destined to be a series trademark. And it spanned several years with plenty of compelling "origin story" stuff (how Dex first met Hoffman, how she met Grey, how she got that car, etc., her run-in with Portland's stupidest hold-up man in a convenience store, etc.) And it featured a shocking end for Grey's guilty-looking old prison buddy, who I really thought we were being set up to see a series regular. This show is full of surprises with no shortage of "losers," both regular characters and guest stars. I have the feeling that Stumptown is bound to attract a solid fan base in short order and will likely be around for a while, and not just because of all the great demos and critical praise it has been drawing.
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I actually liked the second episode better than the first. A lot more like "real life" than any "PI" show that network television has churned out for such a long time. Almost like a second pilot, episode 2 had more of the great action that seems to be destined to be a series trademark. And it spanned several years with plenty of compelling "origin story" stuff (how Dex first met Hoffman, how she met Grey, how she got that car, etc., her run-in with Portland's stupidest hold-up man in a convenience store, etc.) And it featured a shocking end for Grey's guilty-looking old prison buddy, who I really thought we were being set up to see a series regular. This show is full of surprises with no shortage of "losers," both regular characters and guest stars. I have the feeling that Stumptown is bound to attract a solid fan base in short order and will likely be around for a while, and not just because of all the great demos and critical praise it has been drawing.

+1 on everything you said, couldn't agree more. I enjoyed this 2nd episode.
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etc.) And it featured a shocking end for Grey's guilty-looking old prison buddy, who I really thought we were being set up to see a series regular. .
During the episode, I was wondering a bit if he is being "killed off" on Fear The Walking Dead / Walking Dead" , & moving to this series, but it was apparently a 1 off guest role, unless he shows up occasionally in flashbacks .. ....
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I wonder if the convenience store stick up guy is going to be a recurring character that Dex keeps thwarting? Kind of like the gun dealer in the Netflix Marvel series. That would be funny.
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First ep/pilot left me unsure if I wanted to continue. This 2nd ep was far better and makes the show an easy choice.
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And it featured a shocking end for Grey's guilty-looking old prison buddy, who I really thought we were being set up to see a series regular.
I was ready to ditch the show until I saw that ending. Credit for subverting expectations.
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This reminds me a bit of the series In The Dark which for the most part I enjoyed. However unless the characters and cases get more depth I'll probably be out by the end of the season.

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