Forever Knight

The Games Vampires Play - S3-E15

Factual error: At the end, Nick recites the "you have the right to remain silent" spiel to Rita as he arrests her. Suspects in Canada, where this show is set, are not "read their rights." That's a U.S. law (the Miranda Act) and it isn't observed north of the border.

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