Turn: Washington's Spies: Season 4 (2017)


Season 4
Turn: Washington's Spies

Critics Consensus

No consensus yet.



Critic Ratings: 5


Audience Score

User Ratings: 80

You might also like

Rate And Review

User image


  • User image

    Super Reviewer

    Rate this season

    Oof, that was Rotten.

    Meh, it passed the time.

    It’s good – I’d recommend it.


    So Fresh: Absolute Must See!

    What did you think of this tv season? (optional)

  • User image

    Super Reviewer

    Step 2 of 2

    How did you buy your ticket?

    Let's get your review verified.

    You're almost there! Just confirm how you got your ticket.

  • User image

    Super Reviewer

    Rate this season

    Oof, that was Rotten.

    Meh, it passed the time.

    It’s good – I’d recommend it.


    So Fresh: Absolute Must See!

    What did you think of this tv season? (optional)

  • How did you buy your ticket?


Air date: Jun 17, 2017

Benedict Arnold rounds up spies in New York; and Abe plots to destroy essential British supplies, but he will need his father's help.

View Details
Air date: Jun 17, 2017

When one of the Culper Ring members is captured, Arnold seeks to interrogate him with the help of a ruthless Col. Simcoe.

View Details
Air date: Jun 24, 2017

Abe's scheme to rescue Caleb turns deadly; Anna faces a difficult decision; and Arnold suspects Peggy is keeping a secret from him.

View Details
Air date: Jul 1, 2017

Amidst a growing rebellion in camp, the Culper Ring must chart a new course; Arnold finds an unlikely ally; and Rivington teaches Townsend a lesson.

View Details
Air date: Jul 8, 2017

Seeking revenge against Simcoe, Abe travels to New York and meets Benedict Arnold. Meanwhile, a visitor from Anna's past comes to the continental camp.

View Details
Air date: Jul 15, 2017

The plot to kidnap Benedict Arnold is hatched; Peggy learns Cicero's secret; and Washington and the French clash over strategy.

View Details
Air date: Jul 22, 2017

Ben's plan to kidnap Benedict Arnold conflicts with Abe's plot to kill Simcoe; and shifting loyalties turn old enemies into allies.

View Details
Air date: Jul 29, 2017

As Abe is thrust into battle, Ben appeals to Gen. Washington. Townsend risks everything, while Caleb seeks redemption.

View Details
Air date: Aug 5, 2017

After receiving Abe's intel, Washington heads south to lay siege on Yorktown; Abe volunteers for the Continental Army; and Peggy goes into labor.

View Details
Air date: Aug 12, 2017

In the series finale, the American War of Independence comes to an end, as America struggles to begin; and there's a settling of accounts between shadows and spies.

View Details

Turn: Washington's Spies: Season 4 Videos

Turn: Washington's Spies: Season 4 Photos

Tv Season Info

Cast & Crew

Jamie Bell
Abraham Woodhull
Seth Numrich
Ben Tallmadge
Daniel Henshall
Caleb Brewster
Heather Lind
Anna Strong
Meegan Warner
Mary Woodhull
Samuel Roukin
Lt. John Simcoe
Kevin R. McNally
Judge Richard Woodhull
Ksenia Solo
Peggy Shippen
Ian Kahn
Gen. George Washington
Owain Yeoman
Benedict Arnold
Nick Westrate
Robert Townsend
Tina Benko
Mrs. Barnes
James Donadio
Major Dundas
Sean Haggerty
Col. Alexander Hamilton
Trevor Hoover
Continental Soldier
Aaron Angus
Rick Ford
Royal British Officer
Darby O'Donnell
Redcoat Officer
Ted Williams
Craig Silverstein
Executive Producer
Barry Josephson
Executive Producer
Michael Taylor
Co-Executive Producer
LaToya Morgan
Alexander Rose
Libby Friz
Scott Gunnison Miller
Show all Cast & Crew

Critic Reviews for Turn: Washington's Spies Season 4

Audience Reviews for Turn: Washington's Spies: Season 4

  • Apr 12, 2021
    A.MAZING. I never would have imagined how a film series could trigger in me such an intense interest and respect of that historical time. Brilliant. Also, the incredibly well written and strong female characters were what got me ..and kept me. Loved every minute of it!!
  • Jan 13, 2021
    My master's thesis was a 120 page paper on "The Civil War of New York State during the American Revolution: son against father, brother against brother" I am sorry but there was so much BS in this I was laughing. Look a lot of this stuff was reality but it was far more numerous than just Abe Woodhull. When he went for Arnold that was a joke as that was Light Horse Harry Lee's Sergeant Major Champee; Woodhull was nowhere near. I must say it was good in one department that it gave Major Ben Tallmadge his due. I laughed at Rogers helping get Major Andre whose hubris got him caught, he was probably in the UK at the time. The 3 Pauling Van Wart & Williams were yes robbers but legit as land pirates with authority from NY State to patrol and take from British as roving gangs of Cowboys (UK) & Skinners (US) roamed the area depleting it of livestock & grains but they were mostly thugs & NY Militia went out to halt these thieves & were allowed to take from them for a fee given back to state. Ok why didn't Jamie Bell do Billy Eliot and dance on Simcoe's face to save the day. Most of the accounts of the the spying was true but it was many different people as the Culpeper crew was more than these few individuals.
  • Aug 04, 2020
    Spoiler alert..I gave it three stars for it being watchable , however as a "true story" I'd give it 1 star. I don't understand why the producers had to fictionalize so much .The story is so compelling they didn't need to make things up. 1..anna strong was in her mid forties, married with 6 children.There was no affair between her and woodhull. 2. nathan sackett and judge woodhull lived until the early 1800's..they were not killed.3.Andrew woodhull was unmarried at the time.4. washington never considered general Lee a traitor.5.Simcoe was a discipline officer not a psycho. And I could go on!!!!
  • Feb 09, 2019
    Villains are still nearly indestructible. Any time someone touches a musket it sounds as if they're kicking a tin can down the road. Excess of the "gun noise" I know I rated this show very low but I did like the story at least. It was just everything else that irked me.
  • Apr 24, 2018
    Happy the war ended! Sad to see turn go!
  • Mar 15, 2018
    The ending was beautifully crafted. Tied everything together so nicely. Plenty of great suspense in season 4 and breking of the mold to see so many enemies turned out good in the end.
  • Dec 04, 2017
    Outstanding! Although fictionalized history, the story follows the military careers of real people and real spies durnig the Revolutionary War. In addition to being a compelling TV series it provides a vivid reminder of the sacrifices made by the early founders of our country and the debt we owe them.
  • Sep 20, 2017
    We've enjoyed the run of this series, but I had to dock it a star for a few instances of incredibly lazy writing where strange leaps of logic are made. The latest was when Simco suddenly "figured out" that Woodhall was the spy. Given the quality of writing in the series this was shocking, and ruined the immersion for me.
  • Sep 19, 2017
    The best season of the show, in my opinion. The most action in the series by far, and the sequences of said action tend to hold more weight than prior seasons. In the past, I felt various battles were shown more as a break from the cloak-and-dagger spy story than anything it. They never seemed to add a ton to the story, but I guess that might have been to preserve some semblance of historical accuracy. The reason my review is 4.5 and not 5.0 is because I think this season takes one too many historical liberties with the subject matter. I will not go into detail since it involved spoilers, but after finishing the series I felt a bit cheated by the way the show "invented history". In closing, a very well-made but not masterful season.
  • Aug 07, 2017
    Season 1 started out a bit slow, but hang in there. By season 4, you will be binging!!

News & Features