Luckily, Cinema Blend has combed through last year’s premieres. We’ve watched and rewatched some of our favorite episodes, and we’ve cultivated a list of the Season 2 shows we feel pretty confident about. If you’ve been wondering what the various networks have to offer this is the best of the best, at least when it comes to second year shows. Pick ‘em up. It’s not too late to get on board and you haven’t missed too much with each of these shows.
In a somewhat surprising move, AMC has renewed Turn this week. The Revolutionary War drama has a killer premise and an excellent cast, but it failed to gain a ton of traction during its first season at the cable network. Still, it looks like AMC saw enough promise in Turn to sign on for a second season of the drama, which stars Jamie Bell, Heather Lind and Kevin McNally.
AMC’s drama Turn has declared itself to be the story of America’s first spy ring, a story filled with careful information gathering and plenty of double crossing. The tale begins smack dab in the middle of the Revolutionary War, which should offer plenty of fodder for fighting and intrigue. However, three episodes in, the show’s gunpowder hasn’t really sparked, giving only diehard fans of the period reasons to tune in.
If the trailers and teasers for AMC's Revolutionary War spy drama Turn have grabbed your attention, the latest video is well worth the five minutes time it takes to watch, as it digs a bit deeper into the story and character history.
Will AMC's Turn be the next great period drama on television? We can only hope. In the meantime, AMC continues to release new teasers and trailers for the series, the latest of which focuses on the element of allegiance and defiance related to the lead character, Jamie Bell's Abraham Woodhull.
When you're operating within a secret spy ring, given the danger involved, it's probably a good idea to define some of the crucial roles. The latest trailer for AMC's Revolutionary War spy drama Turn identifies them, singling out The Handler, The Signal, The Courier and of course, The Agent. The first is presumably the guy who guides the Agent, who's the man behind enemy lines.
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Jamie Bell and Seth Tumrich are looking ready for a revolution in the above promotional photo for AMC’s promising looking upcoming spy thriller Turn. And that’s just one of numerous tidbits the cable channel shared in anticipation of their 2014 programming slate. AMC also announced a number of release dates — or release timeframes — for their new and returning shows, including the return of Mad Men...
Following up on the first trailer for AMC’s revolutionary new drama Turn is another 30-second spot, which teases the spy story set to unfold in this promising new drama starring Jamie Bell, who plays Abraham Woodhull, a farmer living behind enemy lines in British-occupied Long Island. He and his childhood friends join together to form “The Culper Ring, an unlikely team of secret agents who would help turn the tide of the war in favor of the Rebels.”
It seems Sleepy Hollow isn’t the only current series delving into the subject of spies, redcoats and Revolution. AMC released the trailer for their upcoming series Turn, which they describe as "the untold story of America’s first spy ring.” Turn will premiere on AMC in Spring of 2014. Official date has yet to be announced.
This week, AMC finally put together a first look at Turn, the Revolutionary War era drama that is expected to air on the network in the Spring of 2014. From what the trailer illuminates, the drama will be full of mystery and intrigue, as well as plenty of fighting.
AMC’s Revolutionary War-era drama pilot Turn has added two more to the cast today. On board for the project are Pirates of the Caribbean’s Kevin McNally and Chuck’s Angus Macfadyen. They’ll join previously cast Jamie Bell who is in the lead role.
British actor Jamie Bell has boarded the AMC period drama pilot Turn, which marks the first time the actor has made a move towards a starring role on TV. Bell started his career in the movie Billy Elliot and has since appeared in a number of films. He’ll take on the lead role in the American Revolution-centered project.
AMC is ramping up its original programming with two more scripted pilot orders, bringing the total to four this season. Both period dramas, Turn and Halt & Catch Fire are part of AMC’s goal of increasing their presence in the original programming market.