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In this drama series, a group of Arcadia residents live in true peace where they live the same conditions and daily paths. In a short period of time, these conditions have changed, as the lives of Arcadia, Missouri, have changed forever because of the return of their deceased loved ones. Things turn upside down when these people face different paths of life in front of these new returnees.
Resurrection shouldn't need to pad out episodes with implications of buried affairs and a possible murder. That they're likely not going to be is disappointing, but not surprising in the tradition of network television trying to take on ambitious ideas.
Part sappy drama, part supernatural whodunnit, Resurrection suffers greatly from following on the heels of Sundance's airing of the far superior French series The Returned, which bore an almost identical plot.
Resurrection is similar in premise to Sundance Channel's The Returned. The ABC show is more blandly cast and written, but it's still capable on occasion of hitting you in the gut emotionally, if not scrambling your brains.