Last night's Season 5 Christmas finale was the series finale for TNT's hit show LEVERAGE. As the series end was one of Yahoo's Top 10 trending topics
over the holidays, the finale has hit fans hard.
Executive producer for the fan-favorite heist and con series, Dean Devlin:
The Long Goodbye is our final goodbye.
It has been decided today that this Tuesday's episode of Leverage "The
Long Goodbye Job" will be the series finale as TNT has decided not to
renew the show for a sixth season.
I want to take the opportunity to thank TNT for five amazing seasons and
77 episodes of a show that has been so good to me. I'm incredibly proud
of the show and what we've accomplished. Throughout this journey TNT have
been the most amazing partners. Their support and collaboration I will
I also want to thank everyone involved in making the show. Tim, Gina,
Beth, Christian and Aldis are the finest ensemble of actors I've ever
worked with. They've become our partners, our friends and our family.
The amazing crew who pulled off miracles every day on our show. Thank you
for everything you've contributed. Your blood and sweat is in every frame
of our series and I'm eternally in your debt.
And, of course, on behalf of everyone involved in the show, thank you to
all the fans who've supported us and the show. You have amazed us all.
We love you and thank you all.
I'm so happy we were able to film the series finale we had always
envisioned and I'm happy we're able to present it on Christmas as our gift
to you. It's a bittersweet goodbye.
Executive Producer/Director LEVERAGE
LEVERAGE, the recently Nominated TV Series from TNT, is airing its Season
Five Finale on Tuesday, December 25th, marking the possible end to the
series. America has tuned in every week for five seasons to catch their
favorite heist and con drama, earning the show with a People's Choice
Award Nomination this year for "Best Cable Drama Category." "The Low Low
Price Job" - Tuesday, Nov. 27, 10 p.m. (ET/PT)
The crew sabotages a new big-box mega-store in
order to prevent it from destroying a small
town. Brigid Brannagh (Army Wives) and Willa
Ford (Magic City) guest-star. "The White
Rabbit Job" - Tuesday, Dec. 4, 10 p.m. (ET/PT)
To stop a businessman from destroying his
company and the town it supports, the team must
run the hardest con in grifter history, The
White Rabbit. Andrew Bowen (MADtv) guest-stars.
"The Corkscrew" - Tuesday, Dec. 11, 10 p.m. (ET/PT) The team cons a corrupt
winery owner out of a priceless bottle of wine.
"The Toy Job" - Tuesday, Dec. 18, 10 p.m. (ET/PT) The Leverage team creates
a global toy craze to take on an unscrupulous
CEO who is about to unleash a dangerous toy onto
the market. Gregg Henry (Bunheads) guest-stars.
"The Long Goodbye Job" - Tuesday, Dec. 25, 10
p.m. (ET/PT) When Nate takes a case linked to
his son's death, he leads the team into their
riskiest and deadliest con. Catherine Dent (The
Shield) and Mark Sheppard (Supernatural)
TV's Favorite Con Artists Prepare to Steal Christmas and More
In Five All-New Episodes of TNT's Leverage Winter Episodes Possibly Marking Series End Begin Tuesday, Nov. 27, at 10
For five years, television's coolest gang of con artists have used their
unique skills to help level the playing field for people whose lives have
been destroyed by the rich and powerful. This winter, things are going to
get personal as TNT's hit series Leverage returns with five brand new
episodes. Academy Award* winner Timothy Hutton stars in this clever and
compelling drama, along with Gina Bellman, Christian Kane, Beth Riesgraf
and Aldis Hodge. Leverage is set to begin its winter run Tuesday, Nov. 27,
at 10 p.m. (ET/PT), following an all-new episode of Rizzoli & Isles.
Leverage focuses on a team of five top-notch specialists out to give
everyday people a helping hand against the machinations of corrupt
bigwigs. Leading the crew is mastermind Nate Ford (Hutton), a former
insurance investigator whose son died when his employer refused to pay for
life-saving surgery. Sophie Devereaux (Bellman) is the team's resident
grifter, a brilliant con artist who shares a long and complicated history
with Nate - both professionally and romantically. Eliot Spencer (Kane)
provides muscle as the team's bone-crunching retrieval specialist with a
passion for gourmet cooking and a soft spot for the underdog. Gadget and
technology wizard Alec Hardison (Hodge) provides the team with everything
from communications and video surveillance to target dossiers and virtual
environments, rarely getting the credit he feels he deserves. And Parker
(Riesgraf) is the team's thief, a slightly off-center charmer who gets
giddy at the thought of rappelling off a building or cracking an
unbreakable safe. With the rallying cry, "Let's go steal a...," Nate and his team set out
each week to tackle corrupt executives, politicians and other big shots by
taking something they hold dear. The team has since "stolen" everything
from an airplane to a baseball stadium. They've even stolen a country. And
this winter, they're going to steal something they've never gone after
before: a man's dreams. Winter will also pit the Leverage crew against the ruthless manager of a
discount store whose tactics threaten not only her employees but also the
town itself. They'll target a corrupt winery owner whose workers are
collapsing. And in a special holiday episode, the team will try to steal
Christmas in order to prevent an unscrupulous toy company CEO from
unleashing a dangerous product into the market. In addition, the team will
once again face their nemesis,
insurance-investigator-turned-InterPOL-agent Jim Sterling (guest star Mark
With each and every case they handle, Nate, Sophie, Elliott, Hardison and
Parker prove themselves to be more than just a league of extraordinary con
artists. They are a family. But in Leverage's gripping season finale, the
bond that holds this family together could be torn apart permanently with
an extremely risky case involving the death of Nate's son.
Since premiering in 2008, Leverage has been a solid hit, averaging more
than 3.8 million viewers in its fifth season, with 1.4 million adults
18-49 and 1.7 million adults 25-54. Leverage is executive-produced by Dean
Devlin (Independence Day, TNT's The Librarian movie series) and creators
John Rogers (Transformers) and Chris Downey (The King of Queens). The
series is produced for TNT by Devlin's Electric Entertainment.
About Electric Entertainment
Electric Entertainment is a full service film, television, and new media
production company and studio headed by veteran producer Dean Devlin along
with Marc Roskin and Rachel Olschan. Electric's television credits include
TNT's The Librarian: Quest for the Spear, starring Noah Wyle, which was
the highest rated cable movie of 2004; its sequel, The Librarian: Return
to King Solomon's Mine; and the third installment of the franchise, The
Librarian: Curse of the Judas Chalice. Along with Bryan Singer's Bad Hat
Harry production company, Electric produced Syfy's The Triangle, which won
an Emmy* for its visual effects and was the highest-rated miniseries on
the cable channel since Steven Spielberg Presents TAKEN (2002).
About TNT TNT, one of cable's top-rated networks, is television's destination for
drama. Seen in 99 million households, TNT is home to such original drama
series as Rizzoli & Isles, Falling Skies, Dallas, Perception, Major
Crimes, Franklin & Bash, Leverage, Southland and the upcoming Monday
Mornings. The network also features dramatic unscripted originals like the
upcoming Boston's Finest (working title), 72 Hours (working title) and The
Hero (working title). In addition, TNT is the cable home to popular dramas
like The Mentalist, Bones, Supernatural, Las Vegas, Law & Order and
Castle, which starts this year; primetime specials, such as the Screen
Actors Guild Awards*; blockbuster movies; and championship sports
coverage, including NASCAR, the NBA and the NCAA Division I Men's
Turner Broadcasting System, Inc., a Time Warner company, creates and
programs branded news; entertainment; animation and young adult; and
sports media environments on television and other platforms for consumers
around the world.
Vote for your favorites in the People's
Choice awards, including "Leverage"! You can
vote as often as you'd like until December 13th.
The show airs January 9th on ABC.
TNT Announces Winter 2012-13 Premiere Dates Lineup Includes Returning Hits Rizzoli & Isles, Dallas and
Leverage; Launch of New Medical Drama Monday Mornings; And
Fifth Season of Acclaimed Cop Drama Southland As part of its strategic expansion to year-round original
programming, TNT is set to burn brightly this winter with a
slate of six original series. The lineup includes the return
of three hit dramas, a new season of one of the most
acclaimed series on television and the premiere of a brand
new medical drama from David E. Kelley and Dr. Sanjay Gupta. Among TNT's winter highlights, hit dramas Rizzoli & Isles
and Leverage will return for a run of episodes beginning
Nov. 27. LEVERAGE Winter Premiere: Tuesday, Nov. 27, at 10 p.m. (ET/PT) Television's coolest gang of thieves, grifters and con
artists are back to close out the fifth season of this
fast-paced, light-hearted caper series from blockbuster
executive producer Dean Devlin's Electric Entertainment.
Academy Award® winner Timothy Hutton stars, along with Gina
Bellman, Christian Kane, Beth Riesgraf and Aldis Hodge.
Together, they attempt to take down those who would use
wealth and power to take advantage of others.
You may recognize Matthew Lillard from his roles in 90s
classics like: Scream, SLC Punk!, She's All That, Hackers
and Scooby-Doo!, but on Sunday, September 2nd, you can see a
different side of the tall actor as he plays Gabe Erickson
on TNT's LEVERAGE. For More information on LEVERAGE, click here:
http://www.tntdrama.com/series/leverage/ TNT's Action-Packed Hit Leverage Returns Sunday, July 15,
With New Headquarters and the Most Thrilling Twists and
Turns Yet Television's most adventurous gang of thieves, grifters and
con artists shake things up this summer with new
headquarters and some of their toughest cases yet. TNT's hit
series Leverage returns for its fifth season, which is set
to launch Sunday, July 15, at 8 p.m. (ET/PT). The show will
move to its regular Sunday 9 p.m. (ET/PT) timeslot beginning
August 26. Academy Award* winner Timothy Hutton stars in
this clever and compelling drama, along with Gina Bellman,
Christian Kane, Beth Riesgraf and Aldis Hodge. Leverage focuses on a team led by former insurance
investigator turned thief, Nate Ford (Hutton). His cohorts
include Sophie Devereaux (Bellman), a brilliant grifter;
Eliot Spencer (Kane), a retrieval specialist; Alec Hardison
(Hodge), a gadget and technology wizard; and Parker (Riesgraf),
a slightly off-center thief adept at rappelling off
buildings. Together, they try to level the playing field for
people whose lives have been destroyed by the rich and
powerful. The fifth season of Leverage opens to the promise of new
adventure and uncharted territory in "The Very Big Bird
Job". Without even having time to settle into their new
Portland, Ore., base of operations, the team is immediately
swept into the path of a conniving shipping executive (guest
star Carey Elwes) whose cheap techniques result in a tragic
plane crash. Determined to put him behind bars before
another merger is completed, the Leverage team formulates
their most daring con ever involving theft of the actual
Spruce Goose. This season on Leverage, the team will be forced to face
changing personal dynamics as the relationship between
Parker and Hardison heats up, and Nate continues to struggle
with inner demons. Among their upcoming jobs, they will
target a wealthy scientist who stole his former research
partner's discovery and ruined his reputation; an
ex-hockey-player-turned-team-owner (guest star Treat
Williams) who trades his love of the game for his love of
money at the expense of his players' health; a corrupt
restaurateur who destroys lives in his pursuit of fame and
money; and a corrupt businessman whose stock scams and
money-laundering have him living a life of secrecy (guest
star Matthew Lillard). In addition, the team will once again
face their nemesis, insurance-investigator-turned-InterPOL-agent
Jim Sterling (guest star Mark Sheppard). Since premiering in 2008, Leverage has become a solid hit,
averaging 4 million viewers in its fourth season. Leverage
is executive-produced by Dean Devlin (Independence Day,
TNT's The Librarian movie series) and creators John Rogers
(Transformers) and Chris Downey (The King of Queens). The
series is produced for TNT by Devlin's Electric
Entertainment. About Electric Entertainment Electric Entertainment is a full service film, television,
and new media production company and studio headed by
veteran producer Dean Devlin along with Marc Roskin and
Rachel Olschan. Electric is currently in production on the
fifth season of TNT's action-packed drama "Leverage." Electric's other television credits include TNT's "The
Librarian" starring Noah Wyle which was the highest rated
movie on cable that year (2004), its sequel, "The Librarian:
Return to King Solomon's Mines" and the third installment of
the franchise, "The Librarian: Curse of the Judas Chalice."
Along with Bryan Singer's Bad Hat Harry production company,
Electric produced SyFy Channel's "The Triangle," which won
an Emmy for its Visual Effects, and was the highest-rated
miniseries on the cable channel since "Steven Spielberg
Presents TAKEN" (2002). About TNT TNT, one of cable's top-rated networks, is television's
destination for drama. Seen in 99 million households, TNT is
home to such original drama series as The Closer, Rizzoli &
Isles, Falling Skies, Franklin & Bash, Leverage, Southland
and the upcoming Major Crimes, Dallas, Perception and Monday
Mornings. The network also features dramatic unscripted
originals like this summer's The Great Escape and the
upcoming Boston Blue (w.t.) and 72 Hours (w.t.). In
addition, TNT is the cable home to popular dramas like The
Mentalist, Bones, Supernatural, Las Vegas, Law & Order and
Castle, which starts this year; primetime specials, such as
the Screen Actors Guild Awards*; blockbuster movies; and
championship sports coverage, including NASCAR, the NBA and
the NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Championship.
ION Television Acquires Off-Network Rights to TNT's Top-Rated
Acquisition Marks ION's First Deal With Successful
Independent Producer Dean Devlin and Electric Entertainment NEW YORK, Sept. 7, 2011 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- ION Television continues to
expand its programming line-up with high-quality content with the
acquisition of the popular TNT drama series, "Leverage" from Electric
Entertainment. The announcement was made today by Brandon Burgess, CEO,
ION Media Networks. ION Television, a top-10 rated network, has licensed
the off-network rights to all seasons of "Leverage." The series will begin
airing on ION Television in summer 2012.
"We're pleased to team up with Dean Devlin's Electric Entertainment,
which has distinguished itself by providing high caliber theatrical
production standards for TV audiences," says Burgess. "Collaborating
with both Electric and Turner to support the longevity of a popular
original drama, such as 'Leverage,' furthers our strategic goal to be a
viable partner for cable network productions."
"We are thrilled to join forces with ION Television, one of the largest
broadcast television station groups in the country. ION's reach of over 99
million homes in the U.S. will ensure the continuation of the show's
legacy," says Electric Entertainment Founder Dean Devlin. "We're looking
forward to working with such a pioneering and innovative company."
"Leverage" follows a five-person team: a thief, a grifter, a hacker, a
retrieval specialist, and their leader, former insurance investigator
Nathan Ford (Academy Award Winner(R) Timothy Hutton), who use their skills
to right corporate and governmental injustices inflicted on ordinary
citizens. "Leverage," recently picked-up for its fifth season, is
executive-produced by Dean Devlin (Independence Day, TNT's The Librarian
movie series) and creators John Rogers (Transformers) and Chris Downey
(The King of Queens). The series is produced for TNT by Devlin's Electric
Entertainment. This season, Leverage has averaged more than 4.8 million
viewers, up 10% over season three, with 1.9 million adults 18-49 (+6%) and
2.3 million adults 25-54 (+9%).
The "Leverage" deal comes on the heels of ION's recent acquisition of
cable's other hit series "Psych," "Monk" and "House," signifying ION as a
viable after-market platform for cable net productions. The hit series
also joins ION Television's primetime schedule of the popular off-net
series "Without a Trace," "Criminal Minds," "Ghost Whisperer" and ION's
first original police drama "Flashpoint."
TNT Adds More Leverage as Hit Caper Series
Enjoys Best Season Yet TNT has renewed its fast-paced, light-hearted
caper drama Leverage for a fifth season, just as
the fourth season is shaping up to score the
show’s biggest ratings yet. TNT has ordered 15
episodes of Leverage, with the fifth season
slated to launch in summer 2012. The series –
which centers on a gang of grifters, hackers and
thieves out to settle scores against the rich
and powerful – currently airs Sunday nights at 9
p.m. (ET/PT). After the show’s Aug. 28 summer
finale, Leverage will return to wrap up its
fourth season with new episodes in November and
December. Leverage is the latest high-profile
series renewal from TNT following new season
orders for Rizzoli & Isles, which is running
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Stars of TNT's Hit Series LEVERAGE to
Video Chat Live Before All New Episode on July
17 Before catching a brand new episode of TNT¹s hit
series LEVERAGE, fans of the show will have a
chance to chat with two of the stars through a
live video web chat. Series stars Beth Riesgraf, who plays thief
Parker, and Aldis Hodge, who plays hacker
Hardison will answer questions submitted by
fans. Live Chat: Sunday, July 17 at 8:30 p.m.
(ET)/5:30 p.m. (PT) The live online video chat
with Aldis Hodge and Beth Riesgraf will stream
on TNT¹s website at http://tnt.tv/chat; TNT¹s
mobile site at http://m.tnt.tv ; and the LEVERAGE Facebook
http://www.facebook.com/LeverageOnTNT . Fans
can submit questions live on TNT.tv, the
Leverage Facebook page or on Twitter via the
hashtag #LEVCHAT. Immediately after the web chat, Beth and Aldis
will continue the online experience with fans
through live tweets via the hashtag #LEVCHAT
during the episode. New Episode on TNT: "The Van Gogh Job" Sunday,
July 17, at 9 p.m. (ET/PT) The LEVERAGE team
searches for a lost Van Gogh painting at the
center of a World War II love story between a
black soldier and the white heiress he was
forced to leave behind. Hollywood legend Danny
Glover (Lethal Weapon, The Color Purple) plays
the former soldier, who now stands accused of
stealing the priceless work of art. The job hits
home for Hardison and Parker, who identify with
the two people at the center.
The cast of TNT's hit LEVERAGE visited the NASDAQ MarketSite in New York
City's Times Square
Today, May 17th, 2011
To celebrate the series' fourth season premiering on TNT Sunday, June 26th
at 9:00 PM (ET/PT)
In honor of the occasion the cast (pictured here (l-r) Gina Bellman,
Timothy Hutton, David Wicks, Vice President, NASDAQ OMX MarketSite,
Christian Kane, Beth Riesgraf, and Aldis Hodge) rang the Closing Bell.
Very cool photos! TNT's hit series LEVERAGE, will return on Sunday, June 26th at 9 p.m.
For more information, please visit:
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hit caper series with the cast and creative minds behind the series at the
show's one and only official fan convention.
This year's event will take place Friday, June 3 - Sunday, June 5th at the
historic Governor Hotel in downtown Portland. To secure a spot at Con-Con
2011, be sure to buy your tickets by Friday, May 6th, 2011 at
http://www.leveragefans.com/concon-2011/tickets . Con-Con boasts a series
of events, including Q&As with some of the cast of "Leverage"; autograph
and photo sessions; an evening reception hosted by TNT and an official
banquet, to name a few.
Cast members - including Academy Award(r) winner Timothy Hutton (Nathan
Ford), Beth Riesgraf (Parker), Gina Bellman (Sophie Deveraux), Aldis Hodge
(Alec Hardison) and Marc Sheppard (James Sterling) - are scheduled to
attend. In addition, executive producer Dean Devlin (producer of
Independence Day, The Patriot and The Librarian trilogy) and
creators/executive producers John Rogers (Transformers) and Chris Downey
(The King of Queens), the creative minds behind the series, are set to be
on hand to take part in the festivities.
The fourth season of "Leverage" is currently in production in the
Portland area and will premiere on TNT Sunday, June 26.
Tickets are available at a variety of levels for all fans.
the latest updates and news about guests, event schedule and location, and
also to purchase tickets, please visit www.leveragefans.com
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Dean Devlin and his team at Electric Entertainment, along with the cast of
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WINTER PREMIERE: "The Low Low Price Job" -
Tuesday, Nov. 27, 10 p.m. (ET/PT) TV-PG-L
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The crew sabotages a new big-box mega-store in order to prevent
it from destroying a small town. Brigid Brannagh (Army Wives)
and Willa Ford (Magic Town) guest-star.
Directed by Tawnia McKiernan Written by Rebecca Kirsch Created
by John Rogers & Chris Downey
"The Real Fake Car Job" - Sunday, Sept. 2, at 9
p.m. (ET/PT) The Leverage team fakes the
discovery of a legendary antique car in order to
convince a Wall Street fraud to break the
immunity deal that protects him from
Matthew Lillard plays Gabe Erickson on TNT's
LEVERAGE Sunday, September 2nd at 9PM.
"The Gimme a K Street Job"
– Sunday, Aug. 19, at 8 p.m. (ET/PT)
To take down a competitive cheerleading company that profits by
putting teenage girls at risk, the team must tackle its most
corrupt foe yet: Congress.
Directed by Jonathan Frakes
Written by Jeremy Bernstein
Created by John Rogers & Chris Downey
LEVERAGE: "The French Connection Job"
– Sunday, Aug. 12, at 8 p.m. (ET/PT)
The Leverage team goes inside the world of culinary schools and
celebrity chefs to bring down a corrupt restaurateur who
destroys lives in his pursuit of fame and money.
Directed by Tawnia McKiernan
Written by Paul Guyot
Created by John Rogers & Chris Downey
LEVERAGE Season 4 Finale: "The Last Dam Job" -
Sunday, Jan. 15, at 9 p.m. (ET/PT)
The LEVERAGE team must recruit old friends and
rivals in order to take down Latimer and a foe
from their past.
Directed by Dead Devlin
Written by John Rogers
Created by John Rogers & Chris Downey
Leverage will return for its fifth season in
Michael Gladis will guest star in the July 10th episode of LEVERAGE,
"The 15 Minute Job".
In the episode, "The 15 Minutes Job," the LEVERAGE crew goes after Reed
Rockwell (Gladis) a public relations and crisis management expert who does
more than defend his clients; he attacks their enemies. And now he has his
sights on one of Nate¹s childhood friends.
"The 15 Minutes Job" premieres Sunday, July 10, at 9 p.m. (ET/PT).
More spoilers about the season premiere: The
gang is helping out the widow of this
businessman who has been missing on a mountain
for a while. She suspects foul play by his
associates. During the episode, Nate and
Sophie agree not to tell anyone they had sex.
They all go to the mountain to look for the guy,
and a lot of his business associates and rivals
are there as well. There is some kind of major
takeover going on. Parker and Eliot go looking
for the missing business guy (played by Daniel
Stoltz) in the snow, and they fall through some
snow and get stranded for a bit. They find the
man, who is dead, and his journal, and a video
of his last moments. Eliot wants to get just out
of there, but Parker convinces him to move the
man's body as well. Sophie and Nate work
on the businessmen to find out the truth.
Hardison performs his usual magic with computers
and gets worried when some of his team go
missing. Nate almost dies but is rescued. It's a
very exciting episode!
TNT's hit series LEVERAGE, will return on Sunday, June 26th at 9 p.m.
The fourth season of LEVERAGE opens in epic fashion with "The Long Way
Down Job" as the team heads to the rugged mountains of Alaska to help a
woman whose husband has disappeared, possibly as a victim of foul play.
More than any previous job, this one will push the LEVERAGE team to the
edge of endurance in one of the world's harshest terrains, where a single
wrong step could send them plunging into an almost certain death.
The new Leverage episode June 26
is great! Erica Stolz (of "Caprica") has a
guest-starring role. The team is in Alaska to
find a dead body, but also they need to find a
crucial journal that will bring down a big bad
corporation that he worked for. There's great
stuff between Parker and Eliot, and some between
Sophie and Nathan. It's a fun episode, but of
course it has the usual drama as well. Never a
Premier episode TNT Description:
The fourth season of LEVERAGE opens in epic
fashion with “The Long Way Down Job” as the team
heads to the rugged mountains of Alaska to help
a woman whose husband has disappeared, possibly
as a victim of foul play. More than any previous
job, this one will push the LEVERAGE team to the
edge of endurance in one of the world’s harshest
terrains, where a single wrong step could send
them plunging into an almost certain death.
Prior to the Alaska job, the team was laying low
after finally fulfilling their obligation to a
mysterious Italian agent who blackmailed Nate
into hunting down a nefarious financier.
The ordeal seems to have opened up a new side of
Nate, who is more determined than ever to focus
on bringing down bad guys. He is also reluctant
to deal with the uncomfortable dynamic between
him and Sophie after the two wound up in bed
This season on Leverage, the team will face
bigger challenges than ever before. They
will be forced to face the moral ambiguity of
what they do as Nate continues to struggle with
his inner demons. Among their upcoming
jobs, they will target a public relation expert
(guest star Michael Gladis) who protects his
clients by destroying the lives of anyone who
gets to people's grief through a funeral scam; a
big corporation out to bury potato farmers; and
a group trying to kill a World War II veteran
(guest star Danny Glover) who allegedly has a
very rare Van Gogh painting. In addition,
the team will once again face their nemesis,
Sterlin (guest star Mark Sheppard). They
will also discover that someone has been spying
on their activities, although the nature of the
culprit's agenda is a myster.
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