Tricia Helfer was chosen for 'Killer Women' because she can pull off a sexy, tough, action-loving, gutsy Texas Ranger.

Somewhere in the exurbs beyond Albuquerque, N.M., the cast and crew of ABC's Tuesday crime drama"Killer Women" have set up camp for the day in a house.Actually, it's one of two houses on the same property, sporting a sort of mullet theme -- party house in front, house for family living and work in back.Shooting is taking place inside the house and outside at the pool that lies between the two houses (next to another outdoor party space and a lawn beyond decked out for more child-sized play - plus a putting green).Among those on hand are series creator Hannah Shakespeare; star Tricia Helfer, who plays trailblazing Texas Ranger Molly Parker; and Michael Trucco, who plays Molly's rancher brother, Billy.It's a far cry from the interior sets and deep-forest locations in Vancouver, Canada, where Helfer and Trucco used to film "Battlestar Galactica."  And hey, the first episode for the show even featured a deadly woman in a red dress - similar to...


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