Stan Lee's Lucky Man
Based on an original idea from comic book legend Stan Lee, "Lucky Man" tells the story of Harry Clayton (James Nesbitt), a cop from Central London’s notorious Murder Squad. Harry is down on his luck; his wife (Eve Best) and child have left him due to his gambling habit, his boss thinks he’s in league with the devil, and he has a huge debt to an infamous underworld crime boss who is threatening his life. A chance meeting with a mysterious woman who gives him an ancient bracelet changes everything. It appears to give Harry control over luck itself, but at what cost? What is luck anyway, and is one man’s luck always another’s misfortune? Harry Clayton is about to find out. A SHUDDER EXCLUSIVE SERIES.
1. More Yang than Yin
When Detective Harry Clayton has a chance encounter with a mysterious woman, his fortunes start to change.
2. Win Some, Lose Some
After a lucky escape, Harry and Suri are in hot pursuit of murder suspect Kevin Grey.
4. A Higher Power
There’s a whiff of conspiracy when a woman is mysteriously kidnapped from her office in London’s financial district.
6. A Twist of Fate
A mutilated body is found at City Hall’s newest development site and there are whispers of a ritual sacrifice.
7. The Charm Offensive
When a young man dies fleeing for his life, Harry and Suri find themselves in a world of wealthy foreign students with powerful connections.
9. The House Always Wins
As Harry gets dangerously close to Golding, a shocking turn of events will see him right in the dragon’s lair.
2. Playing With Fire
A club reveller is found wandering the streets of Vauxhall with a screwdriver buried deep in his head.
3. Double Bluff
A mince pie containing human flesh is discovered after a man collapses in the middle of a busy London street.
4. The Trojan Horse
London's Silicone Roundabout is under scrutiny after entrepreneur Davey Wells' driverless car is hacked, crashes, and fatally kills its passenger at a launch event.
5. What Lies Beneath
Harry and the team investigate a spate of drownings along London’s eerie canals.
6. The Point of No Return
A ruthless hit-man takes out an entire charter plane, but for Harry and the team his motivation is a mystery.
7. Second Chance
After a Soho property developer is found brutally murdered, key evidence disappears from the crime scene.
8. The Fallen Angel
Someone is wreaking revenge on London’s most wanted criminals, one murder at a time.
9. Lamb to the Slaughter
Down-and-out boxer Jay Tate revels in his newly found good fortune, he finds himself victorious in the boxing ring.
1. Facing Your Demons
Following the explosion at MIS, DI Harry Clayton and the team are just getting back on track when his ‘informer’ Eve is accused of murder.
2. Run Rabbit Run
Having survived Blake’s attack in Hong Kong, Harry returns to London a wanted man.
3. The Zero Option
After Suri turns her back on Harry, he’s more desperate than ever to bring down Blake.
4. Missing Persons
After Harry saves Suri’s life, she helps Harry reveal the dark truth about Blake to DSI Gray.
5. The Sins of the Father
Harry’s run of bad luck, the loss of Eve and failure to defeat Blake, cause Harry’s gambling addiction to take hold.
6. The Art of War
Rich and Harry come to blows when Rich learns that Harry has gambled away his flat.
7. Blind by the Light
Harry’s grief turns to anger and his desire for revenge on Blake coupled with his diminishing luck sets Harry on a dark, deadly course.
Loved the first two seasons. The third I give a meh. Not in any way a horror show, but really entertaining.
I found this addicting and it got better as it went on. Didn’t hurt that the star is quite a bit of eye candy.
I Gave it the benefit of a doubt with Stan Lees name on it. But had to stop midway through the second episode. Disappointing at best.
The 1st season started out interesting and intriguing but the last few episodes were totally preposterous and idiotic. I will not be watching season 2 or 3 and would not recommend season one to my worst enemy unless you want to laugh at the preposterousness of the last 4 or 5 episode.