Two (TV series)

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Created by Charles Grant Craig
Starring Michael Easton
Barbara Tyson
Lochlyn Munro
Country of origin Canada
No. of episodes 22
Running time 1 hour
Original network CTV Television Network
Original release September 12, 1996 – June 7, 1997

Two is a Canadian drama series which aired from September 1996 to June 1997. It featured Michael Easton as Gus McClain, a college professor from Seattle who is framed for the murder of his wife by his twin brother Booth Hubbard (Easton in a dual role). Hubbard, whose existence had previously been unknown to McClain, committed several murders while assuming McClain's identity, leaving Gus on the run from the FBI. Complicating matters more was that Booth had a brain tumor that could kill him at any moment and leave Gus without a way to clear himself. The primary FBI investigator in the case was Theresa "Terry" Carter (Barbara Tyson), whose partner was a victim of Hubbard and does not believe his claims of a twin brother. It featured Andrew Sikes as a recurring character trying to help McClain.

Due to low ratings, the show was canceled after one year.

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