Kings (2009)
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Chapter One 

In retaliation for his indiscretions King Silas sends David on a dangerous mission to recover a stolen national treasure. But the experience become a turning point for David. Prince Jack's ... See full summary »

Director:

Adam Kane

Writers:

Michael Green (creator), Bradford Winters

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Ian McShane ... King Silas Benjamin
Christopher Egan ... David Shepherd (as Chris Egan)
Susanna Thompson ... Queen Rose Benjamin
Allison Miller ... Michelle Benjamin
Eamonn Walker ... Reverend Ephram Samuels
Sebastian Stan ... Jack Benjamin
Dylan Baker ... William Cross
Leslie Bibb ... Katrina Ghent
Titus Welliver ... Bartender
Marlyne Barrett ... Thomasina (as Marlyne Afflack)
John Nielsen ... Judah Shepherd
Jason Antoon ... Boyden
Becky Ann Baker ... Jessie Shepherd
Joel Marsh Garland ... Klotz
Kathleen Mealia ... Lucinda Wolfson
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Storyline

In retaliation for his indiscretions King Silas sends David on a dangerous mission to recover a stolen national treasure. But the experience become a turning point for David. Prince Jack's wedding plans change suddenly and drastically as Queen Rose intervenes. Written by David Foss

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Genres:

Drama | Sci-Fi

Certificate:

TV-14
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

4 July 2009 (USA) See more »

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Thomasina: Two weeks, and no news from Captain Shepherd.
King Silas Benjamin: Dangerous country, our southern border; perhaps he doesn't return at all.
Thomasina: You don't sound concerned... Your faith was misplaced?
King Silas Benjamin: All faith is misplaced; his lie belies his ambition, whether he knows it or not - but I see it.
Thomasina: What of the Charter?
King Silas Benjamin: To hell with the Charter; today we start a new one. It's time for *me* to be the hero of my country again.
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