Kings (2009)
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The New King: Part Two 

Silas, miraculously recovering from his wounds, challenges the coup backed up by David. Silas finally reconciles with God but doesn't like what God has to say and the conflicts continue.

Director:

Tucker Gates

Writers:

Michael Green (creator), Michael Green (teleplay) | 3 more credits »
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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
Macaulay Culkin ... Andrew Cross
Marlyne Barrett ... Thomasina (as Marlyne Afflack)
Peter Francis James ... Lieutenant General
Jason Antoon ... Boyden
Reed Birney ... Minister Forsythe
Joel Marsh Garland ... Klotz
Kathleen Mealia ... Lucinda Wolfson
Howard W. Overshown Howard W. Overshown ... Minister of Energy (as Howard Overshown)
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Silas, miraculously recovering from his wounds, challenges the coup backed up by David. Silas finally reconciles with God but doesn't like what God has to say and the conflicts continue.

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Drama | Sci-Fi

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TV-14
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

25 July 2009 (USA) See more »

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Goofs

As Jack's coronation is beginning, there is a drummer coming down the steps; the sound of the drum does not match his movements. See more »

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King Silas Benjamin: [addressing the nation in a pirate broadcast] People of Gilboa - a few days ago, our nation was the victim of a coup d'état. Your king was shot, and the reins of our country seized by corrupt and evil men. My people, you have been deceived. I address you today to say that I, Silas Benjamin, king of Gilboa am alive - very much alive. I am still sovereign of this nation. I send a message to the traitors who would depose me, who would subvert God's will and the freedom of my people: I am the ...
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Another Superb Show Cancelled by NBC
10 December 2009 | by mypcforumsSee all my reviews

Kings, one of the best shows in recent television history, was canceled by NBC, replaced by another 'reality' show. It is a testimony to the programmers at NBC of their poor judgment, one in a long line of intellectual mistakes. It is apparent that NBC considers its viewers to have an IQ equal to the product of in-breeding. Rather than being force-fed the mind-numbing dishes that NBC has chosen to offer, I've switched channels.

The performances of the actors were worthy of Emmy awards. The direction was flawless. The scripts were well written and intellectually stimulating. The sets were movie-quality. The cast was wisely chosen. Each and every episode offered stimulating drama without the need to resort to luring viewers with sexual encounters and extreme violence.

I'll miss this show very much.


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