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Turn: Washington's Spies: Season 2 (2015)
Critic Consensus: The revolution gains steam in an improved second season that delivers on the series' promise of espionage thrills along with an expanded historical grandeur.
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as Abraham Woodhull
as Ben Tallmadge
as Anna Strong
as Caleb Brewster
as Richard Woodhull
as Major Hewlett
as John Graves Simcoe
as Major John Andre
as Mary Woodhull
as Robert Rogers
as Benedict Arnold
as Peggy Shippen
as Gen. George Washingon
News & Interviews for Turn: Washington's Spies: Season 2
This remains an intelligent, well-made drama that wants to get most of the history right, or at least not adulterate it too much.
I appreciate the care Turn is taking to show how a war is made up of people with varying degrees of heroism and evilness.
Season 2 is leaps and bounds better. The main reason is an expansion of scope.
The production design is even more handsome. The CGI-enhanced scenes of New York and its harbor are particularly striking... And most of the performances remain entertaining in their arch way.
Turn is back with a new subtitle, a generally quicker pace, and a greater sense of mission.
Audience Reviews for Turn: Washington's Spies: Season 2
The second season continues to impress, with storylines that are intricately woven with real historical facts and inventive drama. It's a season of compelling characters, fantastically rendered episodes, and an enthralling sense of entertainment. The best new series of the last two years.
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