1 August 2003
| 6.4/10 |
16 July 2005
| ''Zoe Busiek: Wild Card''|
Lynn Marie Latham
Lifetime, Global Television Network
Joely Fisher, Chris Potter, Jennifer Finnigan, Loretta Devine, Rae Dawn Chong
Wild Card (also known as Zoe Busiek: Wild Card) is an American comedy-drama series starring Joely Fisher. It was broadcast in the United States on Lifetime, and on the Global Television Network in Canada from August 2003 to July 2005.
Wild Card (TV series) Wikipedia
Zoe Busiek is a former Las Vegas blackjack dealer whose life takes an unexpected turn when her sister dies in a car accident and she has to take care of her sister's three children, teenaged Taylor, preteen Cliff, and little kid Hannah. When the insurance company denies the family a financial settlement Zoe takes matters into her own hands, which leads her to a new career as an insurance fraud investigator with handsome former criminal Dan Lennox and serious but sweet Sophia Mason becoming her partners.
Each episode is centered on a particular case as well as Zoe's family life.
Sophia later becomes the boss. She leaves the show in the second season, along with Marcos, and is replaced by M. Pearl McGuire, who becomes Zoe's and Dan's sassy new boss.Joely Fisher - Zoe Busiek
Chris Potter - Dan Lennox
Rae Dawn Chong - Sophia Mason (season 1)
Bronson Picket - Marcos Morales (season 1)
Loretta Devine - M. (Matilda) Pearl McGuire (season 2)
Jamie Johnston - Clifford "Cliff" Woodall
Vikki Krinsky - Taylor Woodall
Aislinn Paul - Hannah Woodall
Corey Sevier - Julian (10 episodes)
Yani Gellman - Ryder (8 episodes)
Joe Pingue - Leo Lombardi (13 episodes)
The series was aired in syndication on the Lifetime Real Women network.