Banshee (2013–2016)
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A Mixture of Madness 

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Rabbit sends a hit squad after Lucas. He is saved by an unlikely ally. Lucas makes a decision that will have dramatic consequences on many people in Banshee. Job, Carrie, Sugar and the three deputies go after Lucas.

Director:

Miguel Sapochnik

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Jonathan Tropper (created by), David Schickler (created by) | 3 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Antony Starr ... Lucas Hood
Ivana Milicevic ... Anastasia / Carrie Hopewell
Ulrich Thomsen ... Kai Proctor
Frankie Faison ... Sugar Bates
Hoon Lee ... Job
Rus Blackwell ... Gordon Hopewell
Matt Servitto ... Deputy Brock Lotus
Demetrius Grosse ... Deputy Emmett Yawners
Trieste Kelly Dunn ... Deputy Siobhan Kelly
Ryann Shane ... Deva Hopewell
Daniel Ross Owens ... Mayor Dan Kendall
Lili Simmons ... Rebecca Bowman
Ben Cross ... Mr. Rabbit
Matthew Rauch ... Clay Burton
Derek Cecil ... Dean Xavier
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Rabbit sends a hit squad after Lucas. He is saved by an unlikely ally. Lucas makes a decision that will have dramatic consequences on many people in Banshee. Job, Carrie, Sugar and the three deputies go after Lucas.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

15 March 2013 (USA) See more »

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Dolby Digital

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16:9 HD
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When Deputy Lotus pulls over Ana/Carrie, Sugar and Job, he tells the other responding officers that Ana/Carrie was strapped with "two Springfield DX-9s". There is no such thing. The pistols are called XD-9s. See more »

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Madonna
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Performed by Jude Christodal
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29 September 2014 | by A_Different_DrummerSee all my reviews

Concludes one of the most spectacular first seasons of any show ... ever.

And pretty much sets the bar for future series which (as was the case with the pioneering Buffy, two decades earlier) will no doubt try to riff off some of the more unique aspects.

And this series, make no mistake, was very unique.

Set aside for a moment the excellent writing, casting, and directing.

Set aside the Emmy winning special effects.

Set aside the fact that this story literally explodes into action from episode to episode, without warning.

And set aside for a moment the beautiful women. (It is almost as if the casting team is genetically incapable of NOT casting stunning women even for the most mundane roles -- the female deputy, the prison shrink, not one is hard on the eyes).

What is really impressive, in this writer's view, is the way the entire story arc deconstructs the traditional notions of law and order (the best cop in town, the one with the best results, the one with the most loyal team, is in fact a criminal) and True Love (the hero continually risks everything just to be with the one he loves, yet she continually responds by putting him in harm's way).

Amazing series.


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