Condor: Season 1 (2018)


Season 1
Condor

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Condor never aspires to be a realistic depiction of spy games -- instead, it excels at evoking a uniquely 21st century brand of paranoia with its slick concept and propulsive pacing.

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Critic Ratings: 15

88%

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User Ratings: 191

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Air date: Jun 6, 2018

Based on the 1975 film Three Days of the Condor. Young analyst Joe Turner learns that the CIA has been using an algorithm he developed to spy on American citizens, leading the organization to a terrorist plot that threatens the lives of millions.

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Air date: Jun 13, 2018

Joe escapes from IEP but his safety remains in question. Unsure who to trust, Joe turns to Bob Partridge. Meanwhile, a task force is assembled to investigate the massacre. With his best friend's life now in danger, Sam struggles with his next move.

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Air date: Jun 20, 2018

News of the massacre at IEP spreads. Bob seeks an ally after learning that he must remove himself from the operation to find Joe. Reuel questions Mae's knowledge of Sam's recent behavior.

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Air date: Jun 27, 2018

With the task force closing in, Joe is forced to flee with Kathy. Marty suspects there may be a mole on her team. Reuel grows increasingly concerned about Bob's loyalty. Joe's search for answers leads him to two important people from his past.

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Air date: Jul 11, 2018

Reuel and Marty hope that Caleb Woolf will be the key to Joe's capture. Bob attempts to extract information from Joubert. In Riyadh, a plan is put into motion.

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Air date: Jul 18, 2018

Mae is tortured by lingering questions surrounding her husband's death; Caleb tells Joe about his CIA source; Joubert and Boyd cross paths at Kathy's house and make a critical discovery.

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Air date: Jul 25, 2018

Another person close to Joe is found dead; Bob shares his theory about the IEP attack with Sharla; Iris gives Mae information that puts both of their lives in jeopardy.

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Air date: Aug 1, 2018

Joe continues piecing evidence together. Bob deploys a capture mission without Reuel's approval. Mae receives intel from Iris about Sam and Elden. Nathan confronts Gareth.

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Air date: Aug 8, 2018

Deacon's traumatic past comes into focus. Sharla pursues Joubert. Mae makes a terrifying discovery. After the location of the plot is uncovered, Bob considers his options and Joe compels Janice and Caleb to help him.

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Air date: Aug 15, 2018

Joe's morality is put to the ultimate test as he attempts to stop the plague from being released.

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Cast & Crew

Max Irons
Joe Turner

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Mira Sorvino
Marty Frost

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Brendan Fraser
Nathan Fowler

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Critic Reviews for Condor: Season 1

Audience Reviews for Condor: Season 1

  • May 10, 2021
    This is airtight and a masterpiece of direction, timing, pace, and intrigue. Gripping and absorbing in its twists and turns. Unravels well. Max Irons carries it with a superb cast to keep it ticking.
  • Apr 06, 2021
    Good script, fine acting. Just enough of a change to the movie to make it interesting.
  • Dec 12, 2020
    I saw more believable shit on cartoons, who in charge of this crap
  • Aug 27, 2020
    I know it sounds strange, I love the fact they're not afraid to kill main characters in this tv series. It is sooooooo good would highly recommend :)
  • Aug 06, 2020
    Slow paced thriller with hard to believe hero (Max Irons) whose character is hard to believe would ever exist. Overall, of you are able to strategically fast forward most scenes it kind of enjoyable.
  • Jul 29, 2020
    Great show! keep it coming
  • Jul 26, 2020
    It's poorly cast lead and shocking but unwanted changes from the original story sink what should have been a fun show.
  • Jul 21, 2020
    Here's an idea, let's turn a 2 hour, 70's classic into hours of uneventful guff. My interest was waning, when the strapping 6'2", 250 lb lead, sprinted like Usain Bolt. Beyond that incredulity, we have Brendan Fraser as a pouting bad guy ? My pet hate in any drama formula is "padding". Plot thin, let's add irrelevant nonsense. There's a lot of that here. Not worth the investment I'm afraid.
  • May 03, 2020
    If you're looking for an excellent TV version of '3 Days of the Condor' keep looking....this isn't it. In this TV version Robert Redford's character [Joe Turner] is played by Max Irons. He's neither bright nor likable. Yes, the writers try and pass him off as 'off the charts' intelligent in numerous flashback scenes as a child, but instead he comes off looking arrogant and obnoxious. In present time, as a CIA analyst, he can't seem to do anything other than make one stupid decision after another....and he's still not likable. In this TV version the incomparable Max Von Sydow character [the assassin Joubert] is now a 90 lb woman/sociopath played by Leem Lubany. She actually sleep's with Joe the night before the hit on the CIA building where Joe works. Why this supposedly elite assassin doesn't just kill him that night and kill the rest of his team the next morning is anyone's guess, but I'm going to put it down to writer's who think their audience is stupid. And based on the rave reviews of this show so far, it appears they may be right. It just goes downhill from there. By the time you hit episode 8, all credulity is thrown out the window with the writer's now scrambling to try and make sense of the mess they themselves have created. It's too bad really, this show had tremendous potential. Esp. in light of the deep state coup attempt we've recently witnessed in Washington by un-elected officials of the CIA, DOJ, and FBI. There's no doubt the movie was political, with the underlying message being we can never fully trust our government. But the movie didn't take sides, there was no good political party/bad political party. Unfortunately, the writer's of this garbage just couldn't help themselves. In this version, it's not the Islamist's who are the terrorists, it's America. It's the CIA. Or more accurately Republican's within the CIA that are part of a group mockingly referred to as "Christians In Action"[C.I.A.]. And it's these Christian/conservative Republican CIA officials who decide it's time to end the war with Muslims by unleashing the plague on them in Mecca during Hajj and killing 200 million+ Muslims. At the end of the day this show is nothing more than not so subtly wrapped leftist propaganda. It's like putting wrapping paper on a turd. Sure it looks nice on the outside, but when you unwrap it, it's still a turd. And this is one giant turd.
  • Jun 13, 2019
    Found this show by accident. GREAT GREAT SHOW!!

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