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ENTER TO WIN A PRIZE PACK FROM THE A&E HIT DRAMA THE CLEANER, STARRING BENJAMIN BRATT.


SEASON 2 AIRS TUESDAYS AT 10PM ET/PT ON A&E NETWORK


Season two of the hit A&E original scripted drama series "The Cleaner," starring Benjamin Bratt, Grace Park, Amy Price-Francis and Esteban Powell airs Tuesdays at 10PM ET/PT on A&E


Inspired by the true story of real life "extreme interventionist" Warren Boyd, "The Cleaner" stars Bratt as William Banks, a recovering addict who must balance his unwavering dedication to helping others get clean with an increasingly rocky personal life and the ghosts of his addictions. Banks and his teammates Akani Cuesta (Park) and Arnie Swenton (Powell) employ an unconventional - and often by any means necessary - approach to getting addicts and those who surround them to realize they've reached rock-bottom and help them begin the process of recovery. With every success and failure, William wrestles with his commitment to his work and his love for his wife Melissa (Price-Francis) and their children through an unusual relationship with God.


To celebrate the premiere of season 2 of The Cleaner, enter to win a great prize package that includes:


* A&E T-shirt, hat and pen

* The Cleaner candle set, moleskin journal and set of eco-friendly shopping bags


To enter to win, comment on this post telling us why you love The Cleaner! The winner will be selected and notified via e-mail on Tuesday, August 4th. Sorry, but U.S. entrants only can be selected as the winner.


THE CLEANER, airs Tuesdays at 10:00PM ET/PT only on A&E Network.


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Jul 9, 2009 12:59AM EDT

i'm a ben fan and he's a great fit for this series, thought he was really good in e-ring too, too bad it didn't survive

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Jul 9, 2009 2:41AM EDT

I love the way the characters interact. William Banks and Akani; Akani and Swenton. The way the stories include the main cast's story as well as the person that they're helping. It's a fantastic series and I completely love the cast, they are perfect for their roles.

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Jul 10, 2009 10:46AM EDT

i admit seeing grace park in human rather than cylon form was bizarre at first, but after a few episodes i was able to see her not as cyborg#Eight / Boomer, but as akani, recovering addict and interventionist. it's interesting to watch her help people battle addiction...i guess in some ways her task is the same as it was on battlestar: keep the bad guys away from the good people. this premise is always a home run!

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Jul 16, 2009 9:38AM EDT

The way that this show is set up is absolutely enthralling. Every time I watch an episode of the amazing show, I get filled with adrenaline and excitement that does not stop flowing until the show is over.
Literally every single person in the show is recovering from some kind of addiction that makes them as real as you or me. This reality isn't like that of "reality television" but the reality of human experiences that everyone in the world has felt: anger, depression, desire, and willpower.
Nearly all of the movies/tv shows that I have seen Benjamin Bratt in, he plays a side character, nearly unnoticed. But this show really brings out his acting talents as he plays the "recovering addict & extreme interventionist."
The other actors as well, Park and Powell, also play their roles well with such unprecedented passion and drive--enthusiasm that television has not seen in a long time.
Finally, I look forward to more and more episodes and seasons (I won't be surprised to see this show last 5+ seasons)!

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Jul 25, 2009 3:01AM EDT

I have been a huge fan of Benjamin Bratt for some time. As well, it is "high" time that the issue of addiction and all the insanity that goes along with this disease is somewhat accurately portrayed. Thanks again to A&E for being the first to stick it's neck out and talk about the tough issues.

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