When Bill Hixon (Rob Lowe) lands in Boston, Lincolnshire, with his 14-year-old daughter Kelsey (Aloreia Spencer) in tow, he's hoping they can flee their painful recent past. Whip-smart, acerbic and unstoppable, Bill is very good at what he does. America's Top Metropolitan Police Chief three years running is the ideal candidate to make his mark on the Force as its new Chief Constable. From the outset, Bill isn't about making friends. He's here to get the job done and get the hell out as quick as his spin-class-toned legs will carry him. Bill soon discovers that the people of this unfamiliar community are just as smart-mouthed, cynical and dificult to impress as he is. They don't suffer fools, authority or algorithms gladly. And as Bill, a man who's spent his life keeping the messiness of human intimacy at arm's length, is reluctantly propelled into front-line policing, the result will be as funny as it is dangerous.