I love finding new shows to watch. I was able to watch Season 1 of Vindication on PureFlix last week. Actually, I binge watched the whole season, 10 episodes, in 2 days. lol And then I wished there had been more episodes in season 1!
Vindication is an original crime drama series on PureFlix. Started in 2005 by Michael Scott, David A.R. White, and Russell Wolfe, PureFlix leading faith & family friendly streaming video service.
Vindication is not one of the usual crime drama shows you usually see. It’s a faith based show that follows Detective Travis (Todd Terry, Breaking Bad), a 15 year police veteran in a small town in Texas. He faces a big adjustment when he is assigned a new trainee, that he doesn’t really want. His family is also featured in the episodes. His devoutly religious wife, and his estranged daughter that returns home. Other than a couple of higher ups in the police department that are shown occasionally, the episodes feature a new story line, and new characters in each .
I’m not seeing an official age rating, but Vindication is suitable for teenagers and adults.
One of the unique features to Vindication, is that while they are investigating the cases, there is always a faith based lesson that one of the characters learns by the end of each episode.
Vindication Season 1 Trailer
Check out the Vindication Season 1 trailer. (Sorry about the cookie warning on the video. There is nothing I can do about it, as it’s not on my end. If you don’t want to accept the cookies, you can still watch the video, just hit play, it just won’t be full screen.)
Here’s a sampling of some of the themes in Vindication Season 1 include, and there are many more.
- relinquishing control
- Stressed parent/child relationships
- Repaired parent/child relationship
- Making decisions to turn your life around
- Telling the truth about hard things
- Relying on prayer
- Marriage challenges
- Drug addiction/relapse/recovery
- Misunderstood odd behavior
- Assuming the best in people
- Keeping up with the Joneses/wealth/income
- Parenting teenagers
- Unanticipated consequences of sin
- Self control and self mastery
- Grass isn’t always greener
I wasn’t sure what to expect when I first started watching Vindication. I didn’t realize that each episode was separate, and the story didn’t continue for the whole season. But after episode 1, I was hooked. I loved Vindication. I highly recommend it for teens and adults. For more information, visit the Vindication website.
I’m really looking forward to watching season 2. Which I will start doing very soon! lol
Keep your eye open for my review of an episode from Season 2 of Vindication. And an awesome giveaway that you won’t want to miss!
Disclosure: Many thanks to PureFlix for providing this product/product information for review. Opinions are 100% my own and NOT influenced by monetary compensation. I did receive a sample of the product in exchange for this review and post.