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A widowed father returns to Austin after two years, attempting to reconnect with his children, navigate clashes with his family, and find common ground with his new partner, while growing increasingly suspicious of his wife's death.
The moral grayness of Walker will give the show's writers no end of material, especially since the series seems positioned to be family friendly, moralistic, vaguely Christian and averse to the kind of mayhem [of its predecessor].
Gone is Norris and his single emotional on-screen note, primal bloodlust. This time around the role is filled by the hunky and charismatic Jared Padalecki... And his presence alone keeps Walker interesting while it sorts out what it wants to be.