Tyrant: Season 3 (2016)

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Air date: Jul 6, 2016

Barry steps in as interim president and sets the stage for the democratic elections; army leaders take measures too far in an attempt to secure peace; an American General, who has a history with Leila, arrives in Abuddin.

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Air date: Jul 13, 2016

Barry discovers that he only has a tenuous hold over Abuddin; Sammy embarks on a risky relationship; Ihab seeks revenge; Fauzi returns and gets thrust into a political role; Molly's visit to a military hospital goes awry.

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Air date: Jul 20, 2016

Barry and Molly try desperately to prevent a personal tragedy; Fauzi and Daliyah grow close through work; Ahmed learns something about Nusrat's past.

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Air date: Jul 27, 2016

A catastrophe threatens to rock the country to its core and Barry and Molly respond in vastly different ways; protests break out in Abuddin; Al-Qadi struggles with his position between Islamic faction; Fauzi and Leila launch their campaigns.

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Air date: Aug 3, 2016

Following thwarted terrorist attacks, Barry bans open prayer at the University and causes a huge backlash; Al-Qadi stands up against the restriction on religious freedom; Daliyah and Barry comfort each other; Leila's relationship with Cogswell heats up, as does her campaign.

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Air date: Aug 10, 2016

Barry's policies put Daliyah in danger; Al-Qadi offers a risky plan in an effort to move toward peace; Fauzi puts his heart on the line but Daliyah feels conflicted; Barry cracks down on the political process as the election spirals out of control.

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Air date: Aug 17, 2016

Emma's death haunts Barry, as does his failure to kill Ihab; Leila leaves the government and forms an unexpected partnership; the Caliphate speeds up plans to invade Abuddin while Ihab connects with Mahdiya.

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Air date: Aug 24, 2016

Molly returns to Abuddin to pursue her daughter's killer; Leila and Cogswell hope for a brief escape from the world only to find that its impossible; Barry take a hard line with the country in the wake of his daughter's death.

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Air date: Aug 31, 2016

When Abuddin falls into chaos, Daliyah takes a public stand against Barry and convinces Fauzi to leave; Barry gives Maloof authority to shut down Leila's opposition to regain control; Ahmed pressures his mother to surrender.

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Air date: Sep 7, 2016

Barry and Molly are on the brink of war with the Caliphate; Leila makes a bold political move; Barry and Daliyah come to a crossroads in their relationship; the conflict in Abuddin threatens to turn into a bloody civil war.

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Cast & Crew

Adam Rayner
Barry Al-Fayeed

Actor
Jennifer Finnigan
Molly Al-Fayeed

Actor
Moran Atias
Leila Al-Fayeed

Actor
Noah Silver
Sammy Al-Fayeed

Actor
Alexander Karim
Ihab Rashid

Actor
Cameron Gharaee
Ahmed Al-Fayeed

Actor
Melia Kreiling
Daliyah Al-Yazbek

Actor
Chris Noth
General William Cogswell

Actor
Fares Fares
Fauzi Nadal

Actor
Olivia Popica
Halima

Guest Star
Adam El Hagar
Siddiq

Guest Star
Ashraf Farah
Sheik Abdullah

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Raphael Acloque
Professor Haitham El-Amin

Guest Star
Joseph Long
Abd Aziz

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Adam Sina
Colonel Maloof

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Annet Mahendru
Nafisa Al-Qadi

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Jamie Ward
Nabil

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James El-Sharawy
Hanif Kattan

Guest Star
Kal Naga
Hussein Al-Qadi

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Tom Byam Shaw
Wafiq

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Howard Gordon
Executive Producer
Gideon Raff
Executive Producer
Avi Nir
Executive Producer
Christopher Keyser
Executive Producer
Emmy Grinwis
Screenwriter
Addison McQuigg
Screenwriter
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Audience Reviews for Tyrant: Season 3

  • Mar 30, 2019
    The idea of this show had so much potential. Probably not the best cast but many of the performers were pretty good. The B and C storylines made me want to pull my hair out (Molly's depression/over the top drug use and the constant in-your-face reminder that Sammy is gay, man sex included). But I think a major issue with Tyrant is that it was shown to an audience (USA) that knows nothing of life in the Middle East. So it was hard for viewers to relate in any way. That said, Tyrant producers clearly knew ahead of time the show wasn't going anywhere so the story line moves very fast in seasons 2 and 3. A lot of the base ideas for episodes were very spot on in terms of what happens in the Middle East with violence, politics, etc but they didn't have the time or resources to properly execute them. If Tyrant was made and premiered 10 years from now with better producers (not being cancelled before the last season aired would help) this show could have done a lot better
  • Sep 13, 2016
    This season is TERRIBLE. I watch and then am mad at myself for not doing laundry instead.
  • Sep 11, 2016
    The series finale of Tyrant was a total copout for the fans. The producers dropped the show in the middle of a war intended to kill Emma’s murderer, Daliyah in jail getting weaker from her hunger strike, Sammy critically ill in hospital, no resolution as to which woman ends up with Barry, and Leila sworn in as “president” although Barry is still in power. Thx for no closure FX. You couldn’t even bother with a 20 minute extension to wrap it up. There was some talk that this was done to open the door to some other producer like Netflix to pick it up, weak. I suggest as punishment, the producers be assigned to 10 years running “Keeping up with the Kardashians”, or some other shallow crap.
  • Sep 10, 2016
    This season was full of twists, we lost more than a few of the main characters, but I really love the show! I look forward to more. I heard it's supposed to be cancelled after the 3rd season, but I truly hope not!
  • Aug 25, 2016
    Is anyone buying this sudden transformation from Khalil to Jamal 2.0?
  • Aug 24, 2016
    The lead who was a moralistic champion of human rights is now the tyrant, while his sister in law who was a power hungry murderer is now the champion of poetry and peace because they believe you are stupid enough to accept that. Why did I ever watch this LOL!
  • Aug 19, 2016
    They killed his daughter and he continues to act like a complete wus. Screw this show. I'm out.
  • Aug 16, 2016
    not sure why this show is on tv , bad acting and no story lines
  • Aug 11, 2016
    This season is excellent
  • Aug 10, 2016
    Great TV with lots of parallels to America's responses to Islam. Good characters and great performances. Critics are insane.

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