She Spies

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  • 2002
  • 2 Seasons
  • 6.0  (1,434)

She Spies is an action-comedy television series that ran from 2002 to 2004. Produced by MGM Television and distributed by NBCUniversal Television Distribution, She Spies follows the adventures of three beautiful ex-cons who are recruited by a secret government agency to work as undercover spies. The show starred Natasha Henstridge, Kristen Miller, and Natashia Williams.

The premise of the show is simple- three former convicts, Cassie (Natasha Henstridge), D.D. (Kristen Miller), and Shane (Natashia Williams), are given a chance to redeem themselves by working for the government agency, S.H.E. (Strategic Hazard Intervention Espionage), as spies. The three women are very different from one another: Cassie is a former thief, D.D. is a wacky tomboy, and Shane is a former cop. However, they are united by their desire to start a new life and do some good in the world.

Once they are recruited by S.H.E., the women undergo intense training to become spy agents. They are given gadgets, weapons, and access to high-tech equipment to carry out their missions. The women are assigned various missions, ranging from tracking down stolen nuclear weapons to foiling terrorist plots.

At the center of the show is the relationship between the three main characters. Cassie, D.D., and Shane are initially suspicious of each other, but they eventually learn to trust and rely on one another. The women have a great sense of humor and are always teasing each other. Their chemistry is one of the show's strong points, and they often save each other's lives in tough situations.

In addition to their missions, the women also deal with personal issues. Cassie is haunted by her criminal past, while D.D. struggles with her family's expectations of her. Shane is dealing with the aftermath of a failed marriage. These personal storylines add depth to the characters and make them more relatable to the audience.

The show's dynamic mix of action, comedy, and drama makes it a fun and entertaining watch. The action sequences are well choreographed and fast-paced, and the comedy is genuinely funny. The show's aesthetic is somewhat reminiscent of Charlie's Angels, but She Spies has its own unique vibe. The show is also notable for its use of meta-humor, as the three spies are often aware that they are in a TV show.

One of the standout aspects of the show is the guest stars. The series featured appearances from a wide variety of actors, including Tony Curtis, Richard Lewis, Joe Lando, and Mark Derwin. These guest stars added an extra level of excitement to the show, and they often played over-the-top characters.

Overall, She Spies is a fun and entertaining show that is perfect for fans of action-comedy. The strong, witty female leads are a refreshing change from typical male-dominated spy shows. While the show only ran for two seasons, it has remained a cult favorite over the years. If you're looking for a show that combines action, humor, and heart, She Spies is definitely worth a watch.

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Remember When
20. Remember When
May 17, 2004
Shane is slipped a memory-loss drug, so the rest of the team recruit a replacement while she recovers - but are surprised by the newcomer's unorthodox methods of working.
Wedding of the Century
19. Wedding of the Century
May 10, 2004
DD saves a man from being assassinated and develops a crush on him - but is disappointed to learn he is engaged to be married later that day.
Witness Protection
18. Witness Protection
May 3, 2004
The team protects witnesses, a father and his unruly son, who stay at the She Spies beach house.
17. Stranded
April 26, 2004
The team's plane crashes with a fugitive aboard and strands them on a desert island with few provisions and an escaped prisoner.
London Calling
16. London Calling
February 23, 2004
DD works undercover with a MI-5 agent that she finds both annoying and charming.
The Gift
15. The Gift
February 16, 2004
The team works with a psychic, in order to prevent stealth technology from going astray.
Family Reunion
14. Family Reunion
February 9, 2004
The team gets involved with soccer when asked to reunite a Cuban-exiled scientist with his daughter.
Leotards and Lies
13. Leotards and Lies
February 2, 2004
The team seeks a gymnast, who's being held hostage in exchange for classified information hidden by her father.
The White Chollima
12. The White Chollima
January 26, 2004
The team's assigned to capture an assassin, who turns out to be a relative of Cassie and was believed to have died 20 years before.
Spies Gone Wild
11. Spies Gone Wild
January 19, 2004
The team goes undercover during spring break to find Duncan's new girlfriend, a princess who's been abducted.
Message from Kassar
10. Message from Kassar
November 24, 2003
The team tries to reunite a mathematician with a long-lost love.
Off With Her Head
9. Off With Her Head
November 17, 2003
On Cassie's birthday, former KGB agents place a bomb necklace on her; Shane and D.D. must figure out how to save their friend.
Love Kills
8. Love Kills
November 10, 2003
Cassie and Cross pose as a married couple at an exclusive workshop, in order to find husband-and-wife assassins.
Cover Me
7. Cover Me
November 3, 2003
Casie learns she has a double who has been killed and goes undercover to learn why.
Crossed Out
6. Crossed Out
October 27, 2003
Cross is accused of murdering the Chairman and the team tries to prove he is innocent.
Date to Mate
5. Date to Mate
October 20, 2003
Terrorists hold a studio audience hostage; included are D.D., Shane and Duncan. Mr. Cross and Cassie work to free them.
Gone Bad
4. Gone Bad
October 13, 2003
Cassie and D.D. suspect that Shane has gone back to being a thief, thereby jeopardizing the team.
3. Manhunt
October 6, 2003
The team works at a dating agency to check out the kidnapping of a female tech.
Last Man Standing
2. Last Man Standing
September 29, 2003
Mr. Cross (Cameron Daddo) finds himself a target for revenge after his last mission in the field.
Rane of Terror
1. Rane of Terror
September 22, 2003
The team gets a new boss in Mr. Cross (Cameron Daddo), and goes undercover as music executives in order to protect an obnoxious teen pop star.
  • Premiere Date
    July 20, 2002
  • IMDB Rating
    6.0  (1,434)