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Stan Lee's Lucky Man TV Series
"Stan Lee's Lucky Man"
The concept for the series began as Stan Lee's answer to fans' questions about what super power he would like to have: luck. After starting up POW!, he and his team considered making a TV series based on such a super power. Neil Biswas then took Lee's original idea and wrote the pilot episode, developing the central character and the world around him. With the help of his writing team, Biswas developed the mythology for the first series: Stan Lee's original idea of a lucky charm that is given to a compulsive gambler became an ancient bracelet that Harry Clayton wakes up with on his wrist after a night spent with the mysterious Eve. With his gambling addiction having cost him his wife and daughter, and being in debt for thousands of pounds to a casino owner, Clayton soon begins to use the bracelet to his own advantage.
Episode #1: "More Yang Than Yin"
#1: "Luck Be a Lady" - February 24, 2017
Six months on from the escape of Golding, Harry and Suri are on the trail of a serial poisoner who has been randomly attacking victims across London. None of the victims appear to be connected, until Suri discovers that all either lived or worked in the Brick Lane area in the past five years. As Harry presses the locals for information, he finds himself on the trail of a suspect who leads him into one of his old gambling haunts. Although he fails to catch his man, one woman catches his eye - a woman wearing an identical bracelet to his. Meanwhile, Winter returns to work following the shooting, and an IPCC investigation into Orwell's conduct leads him to be demoted to a DC. His day goes from bad to worse when a sting operation to catch the suspected poisoner goes horribly wrong, and seven police officers - including himself - are poisoned by the killer.
#2 "Playing with Fire" - March 3, 2017
Harry and Suri investigate the murder of the fiancè of one of their fellow officers in a suspected hate crime. After discovering the victim was a prominent member of a local church congregation, Harry's suspicions are drawn towards the reverend Anthony Huxley, a former doctor whom he discovers was struck off for the mistreatment of gay and lesbian patients. As Huxley begins to get underneath his skin, Harry is forced to turn to the bracelet for help. When a second victim, also a member of Huxley's congregation, is later stabbed in similar circumstances, Harry decides to gamble against Winter's orders. However, CCTV footage, initially viewed by Orwell, suggests an alternative link between the two victims. As the alluring Isabella continues to test Harry's willpower, Anna and Daisy are given police protection after a suspected sighting of Golding in London.
#3 "Double Bluff" - March 10, 2017
The autopsy of a man who died from heart failure reveals that he ate human flesh before he died. Harry and Suri are led to a pie stall, where the proprietor claims that she purchased the meat from a butcher at Smithfield Market. Harry is alarmed when CCTV footage shows Golding kidnapping Eve. Golding's threat to Harry's family means Winter must take Harry off the case, and assigns him to investigate the murderous butcher. When he discovers the two cases are linked, Harry realises that the net around Golding's operation is tightening. Isabella tells Harry that Eve is the source of her bracelet and that her two little girls are dead because of Eve. Golding asks Isabella for her help tracking down Harry. She agrees but later shows that she had no intention of allowing him to kill Harry, instead allowing Eve to beat up Golding and Harry to arrest the criminal.
#4 "The Trojan Horse" - March 17, 2017
The suspicious death of a victim inside a driverless car leads Harry and Suri to investigate her less than ambiguous husband, and the operators of the technology company responsible for the creation of the vehicle. When the victim's husband later dies after falling through a top floor window, Harry and the team are drawn back to Rachel Spikes, chief technological expert and creator, and once again, he takes a gamble to secure her arrest. Meanwhile, Eve tries to convince Harry of Isabella's deception, but surprised by the beauty of his brother's new beau, Rich encourages Harry to pursue the relationship. Orwell asks Winter for a transfer after being constantly belittled by Harry.
#5 "What Lies Beneath" - March 24, 2017
Victims are being anaesthetized and dumped in London's canals to drown. When the victims are linked through the transplant register and the theft of an anaesthetic from a local private clinic, Harry suspects that the killer could be a clinic nurse fired for being a drug addict. The nurse is found dead in her flat, from a self-inflicted overdose weeks earlier. When Harry notifies her sister, she anaesthetizes him - having murdered the others for wasting their organ transplants by continuing their own food/smoke/drink addictions. She dumps Harry into a canal, causing Isabella to "luck" Orwell into finding and saving him. Eve threatens Isabella's driver into admitting she uses her bracelet to kill many people, sending a video of the confession to Harry. Daisy sees an online video of her father running through high-speed traffic, so he finally admits his bracelet is magic.
#6 "The Point of No Return" - March 31, 2017
Harry's crew investigates when a hitman kills nine people at London City Airport. They focus on a victim who just returned from Macau. Looking for one of his two travelling companions leads to a stolen panel from Triptych, May–June 1973, a €30 million tri-panel. Harry learns that the hitman is Jurgen Bloch, a prolific killer with many collateral victims—including Isabella's children. Bloch kills a second thief, so Harry's crew rushes to find the third, arriving too late, though Bloch shoots Orwell (in the vest) and escapes. Isabella guides Harry to Bloch, where he convinces her to not murder Bloch "again" (she thought she had 8 years before). She relents, but her bracelet results in Bloch accidentally killing himself. Harry finally agrees with Eve that her former childhood friend uses her bracelet to kill. Daisy decides to be her father's superhero helper.
#7 "Second Chance" - April 7, 2017
Harry tells Isabella that her ongoing murder-by-bracelet campaign has finished their relationship. Evidence links casino owner Lily-Anne Lau to a murder, but Orwell comes under suspicion when the forensic evidence vanishes. Harry finds an eyewitness to the murder, but Lau has the witness killed. When Anna visits Isabella with questions about the two bracelets, Isabella proves her powers by repeatedly playing Russian Roulette, adding a bullet each time. When Orwell convinces Harry that he is being framed, Harry figures out that the lead crime scene investigator (SOCO) is being blackmailed by Lau. The SOCO helps Harry, and they get Lau on tape ordering the SOCO's murder. Harry sees Isabella dating Winter.
#8 "The Fallen Angel" - April 14, 2017
Isabella is using her relationship with Winter to secretly access his files, then bracelet-murders various police suspects. Harry is arresting a killer, who is explaining how he had acted in self-defence, when Isabella causes a deadly accident. Harry and Eve stage the scene to look like murder and plant blood in Isabella's flat. Isabella is arrested but lucky evidence proves her innocence. When Rich takes Harry's place at a dinner with Suri, the two end up in bed. Anna now fully accepts Harry's bracelet and they reunite. They are driving to dinner when Isabella makes it rain, causes his brakes to fail so that he hits a power line, then electrocutes him when he steps out. Eve "feels" the incident and arrives to find Harry Clayton is dead.
#9 "Lamb to the Slaughter" - April 21, 2017
Eve takes the bracelet from Harry's body, but is soon attacked by a brutal mugger, who ends up with the bracelet on his wrist. The mugger is Jay Tate, a low rate MMA fighter who now finds success. Harry is revived in hospital, soon joining Eve to deal with Jay. Jay is a jerk who won't listen to their warnings about the bracelet balancing luck, until his younger brother dies from a brain aneurysm. When Eve explains that the bracelet is his for life, Jay kills himself. Winter grows suspicious of Isabella regarding Harry's incident (she does not know Harry is alive) and lays a trap to test her. When she falls for it, Winter warns her that she can face punishment, so she bracelet-murders him. His body is found by Harry, Suri and Orwell.
#10 "A Hero of Our Time" - April 28, 2017
Isabella continues lashing out. She kidnaps Rich and ties him to a pier in the Thames, where the incoming tide can drown him. She is arrested by Suri, but she "allowed" this so her cellphone could be confiscated, which causes a massive explosion meant to kill Harry. Harry, after separate discussions with Anna and Eve, has re-donned the bracelet, which leads him to Rich and thereby miss the explosion. Harry sends Rich, Anna and Daisy out of London and out of his life—to protect them from his bracelet. He accepts a gun from Eve and attracts Isabella to the roof of his damaged and vacated police station. She tearfully admits the bracelet has ruined her life, fears that his life will be ruined too, and pulls the trigger of the gun that he can't bring himself to fire. She proclaims "I love you" with her final breath. Eve throws Isabella's bracelet into the Thames.
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