“The Inspectors” Debuts Tomorrow


“The Inspectors,” a new CBS dramatic series about the Postal Inspection Service’s efforts to fight crime and protect the mail, will debut Saturday, Oct. 3. Most stations will air it at 10:30 a.m., although times may vary.

The half-hour show aims to educate viewers on how to guard themselves from identity theft, email scams and other mail crimes.

The series stars Jessica Lundy and Terry Serpico as Inspectors Amanda Wainwright and Mitch Ohlmeyer. Other characters include Amanda’s teenage son Preston (Bret Green), an intern in the crime lab, and Georgia Darby (Charmin Lee), a forensics expert.

Each episode will conclude with a crime-prevention message from Chief Postal Inspector Guy Cottrell, similar to the messages Efrem Zimbalist Jr. delivered on the 1960s series “The F.B.I.”

Preview videos from “The Inspectors” are available on the show’s Twitter feed.



  1. Anonymous

     /  October 3, 2015

    I watched The Inspectors and thought it was well done and had a great message.

  2. Jonn

     /  October 5, 2015

    I did too. I’m looking forward to new episodes.

    I wonder if will be available for streaming on Netflix when the season is over? I sometimes sleep in on Saturdays and might miss one, and I don’t have a DVR.

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