A woman assumes her twin sister's identity.
Pam Veasey (Executive Producer), Peter Traugott (Executive Producer), Richard Shepard (Executive Producer), Janice Cooke (Director), Scott Nimerfro (Writer), Roger Kumble (Director), Cathryn Humphris (Writer), Jerry Levine (Director), Jay Faerber (Writer), Robert Berens (Writer), Eriq La salle (Director), Eric Charmelo (Writer), Nicole Snyder (Writer), Scott White (Director), Hank Chilton (Writer), Howie Deutch (Director), Joshua Butler (Director), Allan Arkush (Director), Robert Doherty (Writer), Guy Bee (Director), Shintaro Shimosawa (Writer), Jeff Thomas (Director), Stuart Gillard (Director), Nathan Hope (Director), Pam Veasey (Writer), Shinichi Fushima (Writer), Jean De segonzac (Director), Hank Chilton (Director), Rob Bailey (Director), Richard Shepard (Director)
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Six months after deciding to pull herself together and get sober, Bridget (Sarah Michelle Gellar) witnesses a murder. Realizing her life is in danger and not trusting the FBI to protect her, she runs to her wealthy twin sister, Siobhan (Gellar in a dual role), in New York. Things start out well -- with the two patching up a fractured relationship -- when Siobhan suddenly goes missing. Bridget assumes her sister's identity, but soon learns that Siobhan's life is not as perfect as it looks and she is no safer than she was before.
Sarah Gellar as Siobhan Martin/Bridget Kelly
Kristoffer Polaha as Henry Butler
Ioan Gruffudd as Andrew Martin
Nestor Carbonell as Agent Victor Machado
Tara Summers as Gemma Butler
Mike Colter as Malcolm Ward
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