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The Deep State universe expands with season 2 trailer

Fox has released a trailer for the second season of its espionage thriller series Deep State which promises to delve deeper into the murky and political world of the deep state, introducing a number of new characters whilst exploring the origins of several familiar faces from the first season; watch the trailer here…

As Season Two opens, we find Harry Clarke (Joe Dempsie) and Leyla Toumi (Karima McAdams) still reeling from the fall out of Season One’s debacle in Tehran. Harry has taken himself out of active duty completely and it is only at the insistence of Leyla, that he is dragged back into the deeply secretive and deadly dangerous world of the deep state.

The deep state is on the threshold of reaping enormous rewards from a Us Government deal that is being brokered with Mali, a sub-Saharan country replete in vast natural resources hugely valuable to the
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First look trailer and synopsis details revealed for Season 2 of ‘Deep State’

  • HeyUGuys
Fox Networks has revealed the first look trailer along with synopsis details for the 2nd season of ‘Deep State’.

The new season will expand the deep state universe and introduces a range of new characters, led by Critics’ Choice Winner and Emmy-nominated actor, Walton Goggins.

It will delve deeper into the murky and political world of the deep state. Having failed in the Middle East, those powers are now turning their attention to sub-Saharan Africa and the scramble to plunder its natural resources. This is the first dirty war over clean energy. The series will also explore the origin stories of some of our favourite characters from season one alongside witnessing the fall of a hero and orchestrating the making of a terrorist in the eyes of the West.

As Season Two opens, Harry Clarke (Dempsie) and Leyla Toumi (McAdams) are still reeling from the fall out of Season One’s debacle in Tehran.
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‘Deep State’ Returns With Walton Goggins; First-Look At Second Season Of Fox Networks & Epix’s Political Drama

  • Deadline
Deep State is back and this time it’s even more political. The drama, which was Fox Networks Group Europe & Africa’s first original drama, returns this spring with Justified and Vice Principals star Walton Goggins and you can see the first clip from the show above.

The series, which is produced by Endor Productions, will air on Epix in the U.S. on April 28 and will air on Fox in the UK and across 50 countries in Europe and Africa in early May.

The second season of the show, which was commissioned by Fng and acquired by Epix, will delve deeper into the murky and political world of the deep state.

Having failed in the Middle East, those powers are now turning their attention to sub-Saharan Africa and the scramble to plunder its natural resources. This is the first dirty war over clean energy. The series will also explore the
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Deep State Season 2 Trailer, Release Date and More

Joseph Baxter Feb 25, 2019

Deep State, the Epix action/spy series, returns for Season 2, this time with Walton Goggins as its star.

Deep State made its U.S. debut back in June 2018 on cable channel Epix, showcasing a slick small screen spy thriller headlined by the ever-capable (Shazam! villain) Mark Strong, who played Max Eaton, an ex-spy who becomes thrust into a covert intelligence war. The series, an internationally distributed product of Fox Networks Group, received a quick Season 2 renewal, but the status of its domestic deal was left uncertain for months until Epix's renewal announcement arrived that August.

Not only would fears over the show's status prove unwarranted, but the renewal would come with the reveal of a brand-new star in Walton Goggins. Moreover, it appears that Season 2 will see the show live up to its titular term, “deep state,” which has become a potent concept in the increasingly partisan political arena,
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TV Review: ‘Deep State’ on Epix

  • Variety
TV Review: ‘Deep State’ on Epix
Is there a hit from the past decade more widely imitated than “Homeland”? Perhaps that’s because the spy serial’s action-packed appeal seems easily replicable, even without a character as indelible as Carrie Mathison. Building relatable characters is hard, but ratcheting up tension is easy. Right?

Epix’s new series “Deep State” creates tense situations that don’t quite hit home — because, artfully directed and grimace-inducingly violent as those situations may be, they’re happening to people from whom we feel a strange remove. On “Deep State,” Mark Strong’s Max Easton is called back into the field as an MI6 agent to course-correct a failing mission in the Middle East. In so doing, he’s called away from his bucolic family life in France — including a wife who knows less than she might and who takes it upon herself to learn what her husband’s been up to.
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Fox renews spy series Deep State for second season

Ahead of its premiere tonight, Fox has announced that it has renewed the Mark Strong-fronted spy series Deep State for a second season of eight episodes.

The show, created by Matthew Parkhill (Rogue), is described as “a grounded, visceral thriller, moving between the deeply personal story of a family man fighting to escape his past and the violent, dark excesses of government and global corporate power.”

Deep State sees Mark Strong as Max Easton, an ex-spy brought back into the game to avenge the death of his son, only to find himself at the heart of a covert intelligence war and a conspiracy to profit from the spread of chaos throughout the Middle East.

Also featuring in the cast of the series are Alistair Petrie (The Night Manager), Karima McAdams (Fearless), Joe Dempsie (Game of Thrones) and Lyne Renee (Split), Anastasia Griffith (Damages), Amelia Bullmore (Happy Valley), Kingsley Ben-Adir
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Fox Networks Group Renews Spy Thriller ‘Deep State’ For Second Season Ahead Of Debut

Fox Networks Group Renews Spy Thriller ‘Deep State’ For Second Season Ahead Of Debut
Deep State, the Mark Strong-fronted spy thriller, has been renewed for a second season ahead of its debut bow. Fox Networks Group (Fng) Europe & Africa has ordered a second run of eight episodes as the show kicks off this evening, April 5 in 50 markets across the region.

Co-created, directed and written by Matthew Parkhill (Rogue) Deep State is described as a grounded, visceral thriller, moving between the deeply personal story of a family man fighting to escape his past and the violent, dark excesses of government and global corporate power. Game of ThronesJoe Dempsie also stars.

It centers around Max Easton (Strong), an ex-spy whose past comes back to haunt him when he’s summoned away from his new life in the Pyrenees by George White (Alistair Petrie), head of covert MI6/CIA team “The Section.” White convinces Max to return to the field to avenge the death of
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Deep State: Gritty Thriller Series to Star Mark Strong, Coming to Epix in June

Epix has announced its upcoming Deep State TV show will premiere on Sunday, June 17, 2018 at 9:00pm Et/Pt. Back in January, Fox Networks Group was shopping the project, and Epix eventually sealed the deal. An espionage drama, Deep State stars Mark Strong, Joe Dempsie, Alistair Petrie, Karima McAdams, Anastasia Griffith, Lyne Renée, Amelia Bullmore, Kingsley Ben-Adir, Pip Torrens, and Fares Fares. The series centers on former spy Maxon Easton (Strong), whose past returns to haunt him. Learn more about the first season of Deep State from this Epix press release. Read More…
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"Deep State"

Sneak Peek new footage, plus images from the upcoming episodic crime series "Deep State", starring Anastasia Griffith, Simone Ashley and Yves Aubert, airing in 2018 on Fox:

"...'Deep State' follows a man who believes he has retired from Britain's 'MI6', only to be called back for one more 'job', only to discover this new assignment may mean he has no life to go back to..."

Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "Deep State"...
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Mark Strong is feeling the tension in first look trailer and images from espionage drama series Deep State

  • HeyUGuys
Author: Zehra Phelan

Fox have released the first look trailer and a number of images for their edge of your seat espionage thriller series, Deep State, starring Mark Strong.

The show focuses on Max Easton (Mark Strong, Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, Zero Dark Thirty, Kingsman-The Golden Circle), an ex-spy whose past comes back to haunt him when he’s summoned away from his new life in the Pyrenees by George White (Alistair Petrie, The Night Manager, Rogue One), head of covert MI6/CIA team “The Section”. White convinces Max to return to the field to avenge the death of his estranged son Harry (Joe Dempsie, Game of Thrones, Skins).

The stakes are soon raised when Max finds himself at the heart of a covert intelligence war, immersed in a widespread conspiracy to profit from the spread of chaos in the Middle East. Max enters into a dangerous game as powerful
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First image of Mark Strong in Deep State, supporting cast revealed

Back in March it was announced that Mark Strong is set to lead the upcoming Fox spy series Deep State, and now we have the first official look at the actor as Max Easton, who Deadline describes as “an ex-spy brought back into the game to avenge the death of his son, only to find himself at the heart of a covert intelligence war and a conspiracy to profit from the spread of chaos throughout the Middle East.”

In addition to the first look photo, we also have details on the supporting cast, with Strong set to be joined by Alistair Petrie (The Night Manager), Anastasia Griffith (Damages), Amelia Bullmore (Happy Valley), Kingsley Ben-Adir (King Arthur: Legend Of The Sword), Pip Torrens (The Crown) and Fares Fares (Tyrant) in addition to the previously announced Karima McAdams (Fearless), Joe Dempsie (Game of Thrones) and Lyne Renee (Split).

Deep State has been
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Fox’s ‘Deep State’ Spy Thriller Adds Cast To Join Mark Strong: First-Look Photo

Deep State, Fox Networks Group's first regional scripted commission for Europe and Africa, has added new cast and released a first-look photo as production moves to London. Mark Strong is starring in the eight-part series created by Matthew Parkhill and Simon Maxwell. It will air in more than 50 countries on Fox. Joining the cast are Alistair Petrie (Genius, The Night Manager), Anastasia Griffith (Royal Pains, Damages), Amelia Bullmore (Happy Valley), Kingsley Ben-Adir (Ki…
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Royal Pains

Network: USA Network

Episodes: 104 (hour)

Seasons: Eight

TV show dates: July 4, 2009 -- present

Series status: Cancelled/ending

Performers include: Mark Feuerstein, Paulo Costanzo, Jill Flint, Reshma Shetty, Campbell Scott, Anastasia Griffith, Dieter Riesle, Ezra Miller, Henry Winkler, James P. Anderson, Meredith Hagner, Christine Ebersole, Rupak Ginn, Bruno Campos, Marcia Gay Harden, Anna George, and Paul Weaver.

TV show description:      

This medical drama is about a doctor who was kicked out of his hospital job because he chose to save the life of a "nobody" instead of a hospital benefactor. He reluctantly goes on vacation to the Hamptons with his brother the accountant. He then falls in to being a concierge doctor. He helps rich people that have too much money to go to the hospital, and also aids those less fortunate.

Hank Lawson (Mark
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New Elementary Season 3,Episode 18 Not Airing Tonight,Delayed Until April 2015

Hey, "Elementary" peeps. Yes, it's true guys. We regrettably have to inform you that CBS thinks the big Ncaa College Basketball playoffs aka March Madness is way more important than your favorite show, so it will be gone tonight and for a couple more nights until Thursday night, April 2nd at 9pm central time. So, Be sure to jot that date down on your TV calendars. The new episode 18 is labeled, "The View From Olympus," and CBS did cough up the official description for it. It reads like this: Holmes And Watson Work A Case In Which A Driver For A Ridesharing Company Is Killed After He's Intentionally Run Over By A City Cab. Description number 2: When a driver for a ridesharing company is intentionally run over by a city cab, Holmes and Watson wonder if it's a case of professional jealousy. Meanwhile, a casual romance Holmes has with
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New Elementary Season 3,Episode 18 Official Spoilers,Description Revealed By CBS

Recently,CBS delivered the new,official synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "Elementary" episode 18 of season 3. The episode is entitled, "The View From Olympus," and it turns out that we're going to see some very intriguing stuff go down as Holmes and Watson look into a case where somebody is purposefully ran over. Holmes has to deal with some ex-lover drama, and more. In the new, 18th episode press release: Holmes And Watson Work A Case In Which A Driver For A Ridesharing Company Is Killed After He's Intentionally Run Over By A City Cab. Press release number 2: When a driver for a ridesharing company is intentionally run over by a city cab, Holmes and Watson will wonder if it's a case of professional jealousy. In the meantime, a casual romance Holmes has with one of his longtime "Irregular" consultants (Anastasia Griffith), is going to become complicated when the woman makes a shocking request.
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James Corden, Mathew Baynton start filming The Wrong Mans series 2

Filming has commenced on The Wrong Mans series two.

Creators and co-stars James Corden and Mathew Baynton, who play Phil and Sam, are currently filming new episodes in the Us.

The new series sees the pair on an "international quest" to prove once again they are 'The Wrong Mans', and they will encounter "deeper, darker danger than ever before".

Corden and Baynton said of the new series: "We're thrilled to be bringing The Wrong Mans back to the BBC, who along with Hulu have supported the show so passionately.

"This new series is bigger and bolder, and presumably a total nightmare for our director. If series one was the frying pan, this is the fire."

Dawn French returns as Phil's mum Linda, while Rebecca Front will appear as Cox, the head of MI5.

Meanwhile, Anastasia Griffith (Damages), Raoul Trujillo (Apocalypto), John Ross Bowie (Big Bang Theory) and Bertie Carvel
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Photo Flash: In Rehearsal with Chapter Two's Joey Slotnick, Anastasia Griffith and More at Bucks County Playhouse

Bucks County Playhouse has announced that Joey Slotnick Niptuck, The Secret Life Of Walter Mitty, Anastasia Griffith Damages, Once Upon A Time, Michael Nathanson Side Effects, HBO's Upcoming, The Knick and Nadia Bowers The Farnsworth Invention, Metamorphoses will star in its season opener, Neil Simon's Chapter Two directed by Marsha Mason. Performances begin Thursday, May 22 for this comedy about love the second time around. BroadwayWorld has a sneak peek at the cast in rehearsal below
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New Once Upon A Time Season 3,Finale Episodes 21,22 Official Spoilers,Plotline Revealed By ABC

Recently,ABC released the new,official,synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "Once Upon A Time" season finale episodes 21 and 22 of season 3. Episode 21 is entitled, "Snow Drifts," and episode 22 is titled, "There's No Place Like Home." They sound very interesting as Emma and Hook get sucked into another world, and more! In the new 21st and 22nd episodes press release: While Mary Margaret and David celebrate the naming of their son at a coronation in Granny's Diner, Emma and Hook will get pulled into Zelena's time portal and find themselves in the Enchanted Forest of the past. But in their quest to discover a way back, they will have to be careful not to change Anything or risk altering the lives of their friends and family -- as well as their very own existence. Guest stars for "Snow Drifts" will feature: Lee Arenberg as Leroy/Grumpy, Anastasia Griffith as Abigail/Kathryn,
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Copper Will Air Its Final Episode This Sunday On BBC America

  • Boomtron
It seems there was a casualty as a result of Orphan Black’s success on BBC America. While Tatiana Maslany was dazzling audiences with her ability to play five different characters at once, another drama was quietly burning out. Copper was the big, bright star on BBC America once upon a time. But everyone seems to have forgotten about it and as a result it has received an almost unjust cancellation. I say almost unjust because, while it sucks that a good series is being taken off the air because of a silly thing as low ratings, it’s important to acknowledge that something about the show pushed viewers away rather than attracting more.

I referred to Copper as a casualty of Orphan Black’s success, but that’s not a fair statement. Orphan Black didn’t murder this show, but it certainly provided an alternative. And, let’s face it,
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Copper

Network: BBC America

Episodes: 23 (hour)

Seasons: Two

TV show dates: August 19, 2012 -- September 22, 2013

Series status: Cancelled

Performers include: Tom Weston-Jones, Kyle Schmid, Ato Essandoh, Tessa Thompson, Kevin Ryan, Tanya Fischer, Dylan Taylor, Ron White, David Keeley, Franka Potente, Anastasia Griffith, and Kiara Glasco.

TV show description:

This crime drama TV series is set in 1864 in New York City and is filled with intrigue, corruption, mystery and murder.

Kevin Corcoran (Tom Weston-Jones) is an Irish-American former boxer who became a police detective. He returns from the Civil War to find that his wife is missing and his daughter is dead. Corcoran struggles to walk a straight line in New York City's notoriously crooked Five Points neighborhood. Desperate to learn the truth about what happened to his family, he dedicates himself to seeking
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