Ride with the Devil (TV series)

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Ride with the Devil
Created by Alex Mack
Directed by John Svendson
Starring Alex Mack, John Svendson
Country of origin New Zealand
Original languagesEnglish, Maori and Putonghua
No. of episodes6
Production
Production locationblack
Release
Original network TVNZ
First shown in4 August 2007
External links
Website

Ride with the Devil was a New Zealand drama which aired at 11pm on Tuesdays night on TVNZ's TV2.

The story was about two great racing fans - Alex Mack(Xavier Horan) and Lin Jin (Andy Wong). Williams was a local kiwi while Lin was a rich exchange student from Beijing, China. Jin is introduced to the Auckland street racing scene, but things go horribly wrong and someone is killed.

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