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Turn: Washington's Spies (2014 - 2017)

Turn: Washington's Spies (2014 - 2017)





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A drama based on the true lives of America's earliest spies, the Revolutionary War-era Culper Ring.

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Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.

2017, AMC, 10 episodes

Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.

2016, AMC, 10 episodes

Critics 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.

2015, AMC, 10 episodes

Critics Consensus: Turn's uneven treatment of the American Revolution is more frustrating than exciting and memorable.

2014, AMC, 10 episodes


Jamie Bell
as Abraham Woodhull
Seth Numrich
as Ben Tallmadge
Heather Lind
as Anna Strong
Daniel Henshall
as Caleb Brewster
Kevin McNally
as Richard Woodhull
Burn Gorman
as Major Hewlett
Samuel Roukin
as John Graves Simcoe
J.J. Feild
as Major John Andre
Meegan Warner
as Mary Woodhull
Angus Macfadyen
as Robert Rogers
Owain Yeoman
as Benedict Arnold
Nick Westrate
as Robert Townsend
Ksenia Solo
as Peggy Shippen
Amy Gumenick
as Philomena
Ian Kahn
as Gen. George Washingon
Thomas Keegan
as Ensign Baker
Jamie Harris
as Jon Robeson
Michael Gaston
as Gen. Charles Scott
Robert Beitzel
as Selah Strong
Idara Victor
as Abigail
Brian T. Finney
as Gen. Charles Lee
Nick Basta
as Corporal Eastin
Stephen Root
as Nathaniel Sackett
Taylor Roberts
as Rachel Clark
Christian Clemenson
as Maarten Dejong
L. Derek Leonidoff
as Captain Joyce
Boris McGiver
as Rev. Nathaniel Tallmadge
Thomas Kopache
as Lucas Brewster
Tim Holt
as Moses Paine
Jon Cobb
as Delivery Man
Jonathan Coyne
as Col. Jonathan Cook
Logan Bennett
as British Guard
Jessejames Locorriere
as Gen. Cornwallis
Adam Brock
as Ensign Clayton
Alex Whittington
as Adjutant (Ben's)
Kevin O'Donnell
as Deadpan Ranger
Shane Callahan
as Andre's Guard
Ryan Ladue
as Lt. Terrence
Matt Boliek
as Ezra Conroy
Tim Parati
as Gideon
Pete Burris
as Old Ranger
Ashley Duggan Smith
as Lt. Wakefield
Ashley Smith
as Lt. Wakefield
Alex Miller (II)
as Aide-de-Camp
Alex Miller
as Aide-de-Camp
Lowrey Brown
as Captain Blake
Jeff Allin
as Joshua Loring
Alexander McPherson
as Scots Ranger
Melissa Charles
as Lydia Ketcham
Arthur Bridgers
as Captain Henry
Johnny Day
as Redcoat
Alan Sader
as Minister
King Hoey
as Cicero
John Curran (IV)
as Daniel Weir
Paul Huber
as Checkpoint Redcoat
Mark Irvingsen
as British Soldier
Zachary Browne
as Driver (Abigail's)
Estes Tarver
as Captain
Michael Blumenstock
as Man in Black
Craig Trow
as Wellings
Johnny Coyne
as Col. Jonathan Cook
Regen Wilson
as Colonel Floyd
Dennis Delamar
as Samuel Ludlow
Chan Creswell
as Tom Blaine
Lars Gerhard
as First Hessian
Robin Reck
as First Prostitute
Randy Spence
as William Blaine
David Furr
as Walter Havens
Mark Halpern
as Lt. Appleton
Keith Tyree
as Provost Marshal
Todd Fletcher
as Continental #2
David Lee Nelson
as Officer #1
Myra Turley
as Lucy Scudder
Eva DeVirgilis
as Second Prostitute
Talmadge Ragan
as Woman in Crowd
Keith Flippen
as Officer #2
David Meadows
as Sergeant
Aaron Logan Mauck
as Sick Soldier
Tavis L. Baker
as Redcoat Guard
Todd Minobe
as Bucephalus Puppeteer #1
Ryan Homchick
as Wounded Soldier
Ryan Homchick
as Wounded Soldier
Johan Zimmerberg-Helms
as Bucephalus Puppeteer #2
Ken Arnold
as Merchant
Torsten Kellar
as Second Hessian
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